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” and refers to an area of coastal sand dunes.
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 of on the Old course at Saint Andrews, we can work within your budget to deliver a links golf experience you will never forget.
Waterville Golf Links
Play Waterville in the South West. A Stunning links golf course
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You could do both in one trip, if you’re feeling brave…
A member of our team will get back in touch straight away. Let’s set up a call at your leisure so we can discuss your dream golf vacation. We always build bespoke itineraries that suit each client’s every need and that is why we’re the best. From the best 5-star hotels and castle experiences to the best in VIP transport, not forgetting some of the most famous links golf courses in the world; nothing will compare to a golf holiday in Ireland, Scotland or Europe with G Golf Ireland.
Tell us yourpreferences and travelling numbers, include yourbucket list courses and any special requirements in your message. G Golf can cater for large groups and small, and also have the ability to host or run tournaments and corporate events. See ourCorporate pagefor more details. With decades of experience in the golf industry, our ambassadors are all elite amateur golfers and have represented their country. G Golf has worked with the best in the business, includingRory McIlroy , Butch Harmon and Paul McGinley.
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