Ireland, Scotland and the UK are blessed with most of the worlds links golf courses. Natural, god-made courses that hug the wild coastlines. It’s a true golfers heaven. Bucket list stuff and we are the experts…
Contact us today and let’s discuss your dream itinerary. Whether it’s the dunes of Doonbeg, Links in Lahinch, the wonder of Royal County Down or teeing off on the Old course at Saint Andrews, we will work within your budget to deliver a links golf experience you will never forget.
Here are some of our favourites….

A true Godmade links course


Tralee is most well known for its spectacular back nine. Of it, course designer Arnold Palmer said: “I may have designed the first nine, but surely God designed the back nine.”

The East coast Gem

County Louth

A true hidden gem on Ireland’s east coast. Baltray is a magnificent example of the truly spectacular links courses in Ireland. If Dublin is on your list, you must include Baltray…

Once in a lifetime

Old Head of Kinsale

To play golf at Old Head of Kinsale has become the dream of so many. With 12 holes hugging the Wild Atlantic coastline, this golf course is simply breathtaking. You will pledge to return…

What is a links? It is the oldest style of golf course, first developed in Scotland. The word “links” comes via the Scots language from the Old English word hlinc, meaning “rising ground, ridge”[1] and refers to an area of coastal sand dunes.

Links on the North Coast

Royal Portrush

Hosts to the 148th Open Championship, the Dunluce at Royal Portrush is a masterclass in how a links course should play. An unforgettable golf experience

The World number 1

Royal County Down

Royal County Down is simply magnificent. At the foot of Slieve Donard lies a world number one. From the moment you arrive at RCD you can feel the experience.

The North East Gem


Enniscrone is a spectacular links course that hugs the shore in County Sligo. It’s one of our favourite links courses. A beautiful golf course and always so welcoming.

So what makes a true links? A true links course will be located along the coast. Links golf courses are made up of sandy soil and will generally have little vegetation other than tall sea grassses like marin; and gorse bushes.
The natural terrain is used to develop the golf holes. The back nine in Tralee is a wonderful example where Arnold Palmer actually credits God as the real designer. One reason why the game of golf originated on this type of land was because it suited play in the day. Course designers were limited by their resources for moving earth to shape the course and many of the bunkers were once natural, windswept dunes.

Links on the North Coast

Narin & Portnoo

Recently upgraded, this links gem is situated on the Donegal coast and is a true test of links golf. A magnificent course set in one of the most unspoiled and beautiful parts of Ireland…

The Home of Golf

Saint Andrews

The Old Course at Saint Andrews (the orignal home of golf) offers a golf experience unlike anywhere else on Earth. Teeing off on the 1st hole, overlooked by the R&A is a true bucket list moment…

The South East Gem

The European Club

Designed by the legendary Pat Ruddy, The European Club is an incredible links golf course. With sleepers lining the deep bunkers and the longest green in the world at 127 yards, this is a golf course you’ll never forget…

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Talk to us about your dream golf experience. A vacation with the family or a golf trip for the ladies…