Home to the world’s oldest clubhouse and some of the most spectacular coastal views in all of Northern Ireland.
Stretched along the shores of Dundrum Bay in Northern Ireland lies one of the world’s oldest and most naturally beautiful links courses.
The Percy French Inn
Enjoy an evening of Irish music, food, and entertainment at one of Newcastle, County Down’s finest bars and restaurants located at the foot of the Mourne Mountains on the grounds of the Slieve Donard Resort and Spa.
The oldest golf club in Ireland boasts unrivaled views of Belfast Lough. Founded in 1881, the course remains much the same today as it was then, a tribute to the excellence of H.S. Colt’s design.
Whiskey Tasting and Titanic Dinner
Swirl and sip premium Irish whiskey followed by a Titanic Dinner at the Grand Central, recreating one of the actual menus from the Titanic.
Widely regarded as the “hidden gem” of Ireland, Castlerock is a classic links course set amid the towering dunes of Northern Ireland.
The Giants Causeway
On the way to Royal Portrush, an optional stop (dependent on timing) along your trek will take you to Ireland’s only UNESCO World Heritage Site to see one of the UK’s greatest natural wonders formed as the result of an ancient volcanic eruption.
The only club in all of Ireland to host the Open Championship, including countless other championships such as the Irish Open.
The Skerries Links
Enhance your golf experience at Royal Portrush on the new 6-hole par 3 course. It is a great option for those waiting on the group before or after playing the main course.
Ireland’s second oldest club is situated on a breathtaking island reserve in the heart of Dublin City. This true links design is steeped in golfing history.