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Adare Golf Club, Adare, Co. Limerick
Designed by Robert Trent Jones Sr., Adare is one of Ireland’s finest inland golf courses. Host to the 2003 Irish Senior Open Golf Championships, Adare offers welcome respite from the different demands of links golf.

Ballybunion Golf Club, Ballybunion, Co. Kerry
Ranked among the very best courses in the world and rightly so, if you only get to play it once in a lifetime and spend a lifetime waiting to play it, be assured it’s worth the wait. The Cashen Course is a worthy younger sibling.

Ballyliffin Golf Club, Ballyliffin, Co. Donegal
Offering two world-class links courses: the Old Course and the Glashedy Course, Ballyliffin is a haven for the links enthusiast. If it were located in the southwest, both courses would be known and revered worldwide. Brilliant!

Baltray (County Louth) Golf Club, Baltray, Co. Louth
Situated on the east coast just north of Dublin, though you may not have heard Baltray mentioned as often as the likes of Portmarnock or Ballybunion, rest assured that this is a magnificent golf course.

Carne Golf Links, Belmullet, Co. Mayo
Probably the most remote of Ireland’s great links courses, this only adds to the experience of playing here. Designed by the legendary Eddie Hackett, Carne Golf Links is one of the reasons you should consider Helicopter Golf.

Carton House Golf Club, Maynooth, Co. Kildare
Boasting two magnificent championship golf courses – the Mark O’ Meara Course and the Colin Montgomerie Course, Carton House opened for play in 2002 and is the newest addition to Ireland list of great inland golf courses.

Ceann Sibeal (Dingle) Golf Links, Ballyferriter, Co. Kerry
The closest Irish golf links course to the distant shores of America is steeped in Gaelic tradition. Set on the picturesque Dingle Peninsula, Ceann Sibeal represents a unique links test and is a course that should not be overlooked.

Connemara Golf Club, Ballyconneely, Co. Galway
Located on one of Ireland’s most westerly points, Connemara Golf Links is not so much hewn from the dunes but from rock. Like Carne, it relative remoteness adds to the already tremendous experience of playing a tremendous links.

Donegal (Murvagh) Golf Club, Murvagh, Co. Donegal
Another exceptional, yet relatively little-known links course in the northwest of Ireland, Donegal is probably best summarised by Peter Dobereiner, who described it as being “hauntingly beautiful and an excellent test of golf”.

Doonbeg Golf Club, Doonbeg, Co. Clare
Designed by Greg Norman on land that was originally identified by the founding fathers of Lahinch, though Doonbeg only opened for general play in 2002, it is already recognised as one of Ireland’s finest links.

Dromoland Golf Club, Newmarket-on-Fergus, Co. Clare
Set in the stunning grounds of Dromoland Castle, the course is currently undergoing a major redesign, spearheaded by Ron Kirby. When open for play in 2004, Dromoland will rank as one of the finest parkland layouts in Ireland.

Druids Glen Golf Club, Newtownmountkennedy, Co. Wicklow
Opened for play in 1995, Druids Glen deserves its reputation as one of Ireland’s finest parkland golf courses. Host to the Irish Open on three occasions, Druids Glen now has a younger sibling in the recently opened Druids Heath.

Carr Golf, P.O. Box 6385, Dublin 15, Ireland
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