Are you an avid golfer, hate to miss your weekend tee time, but your better half is dying to travel to Europe? Then we have your solution, leave for Ireland tomorrow and take your clubs with you. An Ireland Golf Tour allows you to visit sights and views that are unbelievable. Ireland is arguably one of the world's most beautiful vacation destinations. Rolling hills, Mountain streams, buildings and Townships that are centuries old. Imagine the sight of dew filled fairways glistening in the morning sun and your there with your friends and your golf clubs. Take your time and research which golf courses you would want to play.
All have different amenities so you can pick exactly what you are looking for. The Balbriggan Golf Course is located 20 miles north of Dublin. It was originally a 9-hole golf course but has been expanded to 18 holes now. It offers scenic views and even though there is not to much water to contend with it still offers the challenge most golfers are looking for. The social calendar, club, and restaurant are beyond compare.
Beech Park Golf Club is another fine destination with great reviews on their 18-hole golf course and amenities. Eddie Hackett the designer of Enniscrone, Malahide and the Links at Waterville & Killarney designed it. The golf course offers a 18 hole Parkland Course with a newly renovated club house for that 19th hole. If you are looking for a smaller city than Dublin, try Cork. Cork is located in the Southwest Region of Ireland. With its picturesque coastlines and surrounding Townships, Cork is truly one spectacular place.
The Cork Golf Club is known as one of the finest inland courses. Playable year round it has hosted many Professional as well as Amateur Championships. The Golf Club and Course was founded in 1888 so it has a lot of history behind it.
Located only 5 miles from Cork City, this golf course is one of the more beautiful courses in all of Ireland and is challenging for players of all skill levels. East Cork Golf Club is not as old as the Cork Golf Club but it offers more of the World Famous beauty that is Ireland. It is located three miles north of Middleton.
It was converted into a golf course from what used to be a dairy farm and is located between to rivers making for a spectacular Parkland setting. It is another 18-hole golf course that provides a challenge for players of all skill levels. Harbor Point Golf Club is another example of the quality of the golf courses in Ireland.
Located on Little Island six miles from Cork City. The 9th and 18th holes overlook Lough Maher. The large undulating greens and densely tree-lined fairway on this 18-hole golf course make for a challenging afternoon. Mallow Golf Club is the prefect choice for those who want the rural look of a course and the view of majestic mountain ranges.
The course is a tree lined Parkland course that was redesigned to make a more challenging course without making it unplayable for the non-professional player. There are hundreds of Golf Courses located throughout Ireland. Many are built on rolling foothills making for the most of a relaxing vacation. Strolling through one of the World oldest civilizations, walking upon the land that Legends fought for and songs were written about would make for the perfect Golf vacation. The courses that were designed by Eddie Hackett have been described as being cut out of the ground with Gods own sword. There are other famous course designers that have spent the time to make Ireland one great place to golf.
When you think about land like Ireland its not hard to envision spectacular courses built to up your game. Give it a try and enjoy your vacation.
Reed Langdon is an avid golfer now living in Northern Thailand with his family. He has traveled the world and enjoyed many Golfing experiences. Visit his website for more information on Golfing news and adventures http://www.golfvactiononline.info