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Castle Pl
Co Down, , BT30 7TP GB
Par 70, yardage 6,065. Ardglass is a spectacular 18-hole seaside course with championship standard greens. The first five holes meander along cliff tops, with spectacular views across the Irish sea from every hole. With the first five holes along the Irish Sea and cliffs tight to the left, the holes should be treated with respect. Anything resembling a hook will meet disaster. The second hole is a daunting par-three where the tee shot must carry a cliff and a canyon, and that's the easy part of the hole. While on this tee box, a superb view of the mountains of Mourne should not be missed.
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Ballycastle Golf Club

2 Cushendall Rd
Ballycastle, , BT54 6QP Ireland
If you're searching for a golf club that will have great services and facilities for visitors, you'll be glad to know that Ballycastle Golf Club is assured for excellence and quality by the Northern Ireland Tourist Board. The course is a unique golfing challenge in that it covers both parkland and links holes. The first five holes are flanked by the Rivers Margy and Carey with various trees and natural hills as the main landscape with the 12th century Bon-a-Margy abbey ruins providing an historical out of bounds. From hole six onwards you are presented with some outstanding links golf holes running alongside the strand and between gorse and sand dunes encompassing impressive views of the famous North Antrim Coastline, Scotland and the hills of Donegal.
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Carne Golf Links

Par 72, yardage 6,669. The towering sand dunes of the Atlantic coast of Mayo are the unique setting for this championship links course. Carne Links (Belmullet) was featured in the Top Ten of new developments in the British Isles by Golf World in November 1994. The ubiquitous Atlantic wind makes the second nine a real challenge on the 11th, 14th and 17th in particular - a gem of a links well worthy of a visit despite its geographical isolation. Carne was the last links course to be designed by the late Eddie Hackett and is now believed by many who have played here to be his greatest challenge. Carne lies in the splendid sand dunes overlooking Blacksod Bay, the legendary Inis Geidhe and Inis Gluaire islands and dramatic Achill.
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65 Circular Rd
County Londonderry, , BT51 4TJ GB
Par 73, yardage 6,747. Castlerock Golf Club is situated in the seaside village of Castlerock, which lies approx. 5 miles due west of the town of Coleraine on the North Coast of Northern Ireland. Castlerock is a fabulous links course set among rolling sand dunes. Its scenic qualities embrace the river Bann flowing out to the Atlantic, and also eye-catching views of Donegal and on a clear day towards Scotland and the Isle of Islay. The best-known hole is the fourth, called the 'leg o'Mutton', a 200-yard par-3 which has been described as "one of the scenic holes in Irish golf". Graced with the natural beauty of its peaceful setting and the views that surround it, it is the Club's underlying pursuit of excellence that keeps this place a sacred retreat for the truly ardent follower of golf.
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Par 72, yardage 7,229. The par 72 is rarely achieved on this most challenging Atlantic links. This could be influenced by the invigorating air and breathtaking scenery, but more probably due to the vastness of the last six holes. Greens set high in the hillside on the 14th and 15th can be unnerving, particularly after playing the most testing short 13th! Take time, however, to marvel at the splendid scenic backdrop of the Twelve Bens, etched against the skyline, or Ballyconneely Bay, dusted with pure, white sand. James W. Finnegan wrote: "The Course is a perfect reflection of the austere beauty that is the world of Connemara".
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Enniscrone Golf Club

Enniscrone, Co. Sligo, Ireland
Par 72, yardage 6,720. Designed by Eddie Hackett, Enniscrone is a traditional championship links course on the shores of Killala Bay, with inspiring views in almost every direction. It is as traditional a links course as they come, featuring tight fairways, high dunes, deep bunkers and superb greens. As with any great links course, you will need the use of all the clubs in the bag, so don't think you'll get it easy - there are no shortcuts round here. The course was founded back in 1918 and was extended to 18 holes in 1974 by Hackett. As you walk on the fast draining fairway turf, where you never get less than a perfect lie, you experience a feeling of lightness that makes two rounds seem more like one.
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Lough Erne - Faldo Course

Belleek Road
Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh, BT93 7ED Ireland
Par 72, yardage 7,167. The Faldo Championship Course at Lough Erne Resort is an exciting challenge for golfers of all abilities, featuring 18 spectacular golf holes. Situated between Castle Hume Lough and Lower Lough Erne, 14 of the holes have water in play, highlighted by the iconic 10th Hole, "Emerald Isle"; where the green is surrounded on three sides by water. The routing of The Faldo Championship Course takes full advantage of the natural topography and provides golfers with superb all year round playing conditions as well as breathtaking views of the Fermanagh Lakelands.
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Strand Rd
Coleraine, , GB
Combining 54 magnificent, awe-inspiring holes of golf over three courses in perhaps Ireland's finest setting: the world-famous Causeway Coast. This is one of Ireland's most distinguished golf clubs and was used as a qualifying venue when the Open Championship came to Royal Portrush. The Old course is situated at the eastern end of Portstewart. Your round begins and ends at the site of the original Portstewart course, where golf was first played as far back as 1889. The Old Course, The Riverside Course and The Strand Course make up the highly popular Portstewart Golf Club in county Londonderry.
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Rosses Point (County Sligo)

Sligo, County Sligo, IE
Par 71, yardage 6,611. Located on the Rosses Point peninsula, some four miles from Sligo, this is one of Ireland's greatest championship links courses. Founded in 1894 and remodelled by the great Harry Colt in 1929, it is considered one of the very best links courses in the country by all those who have played, including Christy O'Connor Jr. who claimed its penultimate hole to be one of the finest holes in Irish golf. The course is set above three large beaches on the Atlantic coast in the shadow of Ben Bulben, Ireland's version of Table Mountain. There are plenty of highlights and plenty of surprises.
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Royal Belfast

Station Rd
North Down, , BT18 0BP GB
Par 70, yardage 6,306. Residing on the shores of the Belfast Lough, Royal Belfast has hosted a number of championship events, including the Ulster Professional Championship (won by Darren Clarke), the Irish Cup Finals, the Irish Close Championship, the Ulster Ladies Championship and the Irish Ladies Championship. It is one of only four Irish golf clubs with a 'Royal' prefix and was founded in November 1881, making it Ireland's oldest club. Harry Colt's original design has barely been touched, although Donald Steel did make some slight renovations in 1988. Both nines provide for an exhilarating round, with the short par-three 4th hole the most memorable.
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Royal County Down

36 Golf Links Rd
Co Down, , BT33 0AN GB
Par 71, yardage 7,037. Old Tom Morris, the man who sculpted the original outline of the Old Course at St. Andrews, was paid just four guineas to produce this links masterpiece in 1889. It was improved upon in 1908 by Harry Vardon, though it was not altered dramatically. This is one of the world's greatest links courses. It has all the classic elements: imposing sand dunes; tight, rolling fairways; small undulating greens and countless blind shots. An American golf magazine was so enamored by the experience of a round at Royal County Down, that it rated it third best in the world behind Muirfield and Pebble Beach. This course is not available to play Wednesday or Saturday.
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Royal Portrush - Dunluce Links

Dunluce Rd
Coleraine, , GB
Par 72, yardage 6,818. Royal Portrush has a special place in the history of Irish golf, since it is the only golf course outside Great Britain to host the Open Championship (in 1951 when Max Faulkner was victorious). In 2003, it hosted the Ladies' British Open Amateur Stroke Play Championship and in July each year it hosts the North of Ireland Amateur Open Championship. Its Dunluce Links is a wonderful test of links golf but can also be extremely ferocious. It was once famously described as a "spectacular monster". If you don't believe it, just look at some of the hole names: 'Purgatory', 'Giant's Cave', 'Himalayas' and 'Calamity Corner'.
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Ashford Castle Hotel Cong Mayo Ireland

Cong, Co. Mayo, Ireland
Ashford Castle has an unsurpassed reputation for providing guests with the very finest rooms and suites. Each guest room is individually designed to provide stylish personal comforts, from the marble fittings of bathrooms to sumptuous coordinated fabrics and furnishings. Many of the rooms retain their original features and all are equipped with modern amenities. Whether you choose a standard room or opt for the grandeur of the Presidential Suite, you will find yourself revelling in luxury and comfort. Following a tradition passed down through the centuries, enjoy a leisurely brunch or candlelight dinner in the comfort of your own accommodation.
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Ballyliffin Lodge Hotel & Spa

Inishowen, Donegal, Ireland
Ballyliffin Lodge & Spa has the spectacular panoramic view of Malin Head and the Inish coastline taking in the world famous Ballyliffin Golf Club, the golden sands of Pollan Bay and the Atlantic Ocean. The hotel offers 40 superior bedrooms, 14 of which are executive suites with sea views. Designed and built to 4-star standard, The Lodge with its fabulous spa and leisure facilities brings an unrivalled blend of attributes at competitive prices.
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Ballynahinch Castle

Connemara, Galway, Ireland
Ballynahinch Castle Hotel is an intimate 4-star hotel set in 450 acres of woodlands, rivers and walks in the heart of Connemara. It stands proud and majestic overlooking the famous Ballynahinch Salmon River, while being surrounded by the splendor of the Twelve Bens Mountain Range. Ballynahinch Castle is steeped in a wealth of tradition and has been intertwined in the history of Connemara and its people for many centuries. Ballynahinch has a charm and aura, which can best be described as "casual country elegance", which few forget and most return for. From the luxurious riverside rooms with 4-poster beds, to the elegant restaurant and the informal and intimate Fisherman's Pub, savor the rich ambience that makes Ballynahinch Castle a jewel.
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Downhill House Hotel

Downhill Rd
Ballina, Mayo, Ireland
The Downhill House Hotel is located on the banks of the Brosna River, tributary of the famous River Moy, on the outskirts of the bustling town of Ballina, County Mayo. Downhill House, as it was known, was purchased by Frances & Michael Moylett in 1936. Over the years it has evolved into a hotel of excellent repute through a sensitive and tasteful expansion plan under the careful eye of the family. It is situated on its own magnificent maincured lawns shaded by copper beech and cherry blossom. The Downhill House is synonymous with the highest quality of excellent cuisine, friendly & efficient service and attention to detail. The Moylett family looks forward to welcoming you to Downhill House in the near future!
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Glenlo Hotel

Galway, Ireland
Glenlo Abbey Hotel, situated in Galway in the west of Ireland, is one of the most exclusive 5-star hotels in Ireland. Glenlo Abbey Hotel offers unrivaled facilities for a luxury hotel in Ireland providing deluxe accommodation, award-winning restaurants, and leisure activities such as shooting and fishing. Situated overlooking Lough Corrib, the hotel is a converted 18th century abbey set in a 138-acre estate, originally home to Galway's tribal leaders. The 46 guestrooms, some with lakeside views, feature traditional decor with warm fabrics and dark wood furnishings. Modern amenities include cable television, direct-dial phones, clothes presses and safes. All have marble bathrooms with bathrobes, designer toiletries, telephones, makeup mirrors, bidets and hair dryers.
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Lough Erne Resort

Belleek Road
Enniskillen, County Fermanagh, United Kingdom
Lough Erne Resort, Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh, is the first AA and NITB Five Star Hotel in Northern Ireland, awarded "Best Hotel" at the 2011 Northern Ireland Tourism Awards and "Golf Resort of The Year" by the Irish Golf Tour Operators Association (2010). The Resort is the ultimate expression in old world heritage and new world luxury, set on its very own 600 acre peninsula, between Castle Hume Lough and Lower Lough Erne, just outside Enniskillen, with stunning panoramic views from almost every vantage point.
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Sandhouse Hotel

Donegal, Donegal, Ireland
The Sandhouse Hotel is a delightful seaside setting overlooking the Atlantic Ocean on Donegal Bay. Whether your idea of relaxation is tennis, golf, fishing, sand, watersports, miles of walks on cliffs or sheer indulgence and relaxation, you will find it all at the Sandhouse Hotel. This 4-Star Luxury hotel is a haven of comfort and tranquility on a golden sandy beach, and it has been described as "one of Ireland's treasures". The Sandhouse Hotel combines elegant accommodation, open log fires and an award winning restaurant.
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Slieve Donard

Downs Road
Newcastle, County Down, , United Kingdom
Following an unrivalled refurbishment and extension, the Slieve Donard Resort & Spa is arguably the finest hotel of its kind on the island. Whilst you can still enjoy the unique Victorian features that this over one hundred year old property has to offer including the magnificent chandeliers and aged oak panelling, it now boasts one of the most luxurious Spa facilities in the country. The "Active Floor" of the Spa incorporates a 20m swimming pool, vitality pools, lifestyle showers and extensive exercise facilities as well as the Lighthouse Lounge for contemporary healthy dining and the Horizon Juice Bar for those looking for that necessary energy boost. The rooms are the epitome of luxury, no detail has been spared in finish and quality and they are an absolute must for any golfer wishing to experience the pinnacle of comfort.
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The Bushmills Inn

9 Dunluce Road
Bushmills, County Antrim, United Kingdom
In the village that is home to the world's oldest distillery, between the Giant's Causeway and Royal Portrush Golf Club, this multi-award-winning hotel & restaurant has been outstandingly successful in recreating its origins as an old Coaching Inn and Mill House. This hotel is perfectly located for playing Royal Portrush and Portstewart golf courses.
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The North West's landscape has been remarkably unaffected by the passage of time and is a striking mixture of coastal beauty, rambling hills, mountains and lovely lakes, all which provide an extremely interesting location for any visitor. If you are interested in poetry, the North West is a must, as it contains Sligo - the birthplace of one of Ireland's greatest poets, W.B. Yeats. You can visit the Yeats building and also visit his grave at Drumcliff churchyard. There is a fabulous choice of top class accommodation and restaurants in the North West, with evening entertainment freely available in a range of high quality venues. The area boasts splendid facilities for golfing, angling, equestrian, hiking, biking, cruising and watersports to name but a few.

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