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Known for more than just Guinness and fine whiskey, Ireland is an enriched country full of history, culture, scenic landscapes and warm hospitality waiting to be enjoyed.

From the top ranked courses of Royal County Down, Royal Portrush, Waterville and Portmarnock to the hidden treasures like Dooks, County Louth (Baltray) and Ardglass, the links golf in Ireland (and Northern Ireland) is second to none. And after you’ve holed your putt on the 18th green, you can enjoy the historic sights, tour the scenic countryside, embark on a fishing excursion or sample some of the finest whiskey Ireland has to offer.

The possibilities are endless for when it comes to planning your journey to Ireland.


“The Home of Golf”. No better words can describe Scotland and yet the mere statement doesn’t fully encapsulate everything that Scotland embodies.

A journey to the birthplace of the modern game is not only an opportunity to play one of their five Open Championship venues but to also sample the finest offerings on the Malt Whisky Trail, explore some of the most historic sights, towns & cities, and gain a greater appreciation for true links golf.

From the ultimate Bucket List course: the Old Course, to Muirfield, Royal Dornoch, Kingsbarns and Carnoustie to the lesser known treasures of North Berwick, Panmure, Dundonald Links and the new Dumbarnie Golf Links, the problem golfers will face when visiting Scotland is how to fit all of the rounds in during their visit!


Home to four Open Championship venues, one of the most vibrant cities in the world and historic charm that includes both a royal monarchy and rock royalty, a journey to England can really have it all.

Bucket List chasers will be at home in Southport where you have access to three Open rota courses: Royal Birkdale, Royal Liverpool (Hoylake) and Royal Lytham & St Annes, not to mention visiting the birthplace of the Beatles. Or perhaps you’d prefer to spend your mornings playing the top ranked courses of Sunningdale (Old & New), Swinley Forest and St George’s Hill before taking in London’s top sights in the afternoon followed by dinner and a show in the city’s West End theatre district.

Whatever your pleasure, England is a destination that can’t be missed.


Often associated more with its fantastical landmarks, sightseeing, wildlife, surfing & scuba diving, Australia has also solidified itself as one of the top golf destinations, with the famed Melbourne Sandbelt leading the way being home to 6 of Australia’s 12 courses ranked in the world top 100.

From the exquisite bunkering and sandy soil in Melbourne, which makes for firm & fast course conditions reminiscent to traditional links courses, to the rugged coastlines views in Tasmania, King Island and Sydney, the environment for golf is exceptional beyond belief. Whether playing Royal Melbourne, Kingston Heath, Victoria, Barnbougle Dunes, New South Wales or any of the countless championship courses, your golfing experience in Australia will be unlike any other.

And when your round is complete, don’t forget to enjoy the sights, take in a show or simply relive your round while enjoying some of Australia’s finest wine.

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