Ben Hogan Flight



Fota Island

Prestwick Golf Club

Portmarnock Golf Club

Castle Stuart Golf Links

Royal Portrush Golf Club



Gary Player Flight



Cork Golf Club

The Ailsa Course Trump Turnberry

The K Club

Castle Stuart Golf Links

Royal County Down Golf Club

The PGA Centenary Course of Gleneagles Hotel


K Club - Ryder Cup Course

The familiar host of the 2006 Ryder Cup sits amid 550 acres of mature woodland west of Dublin City. There are 14 lakes on the property and water hazards abound on this well-manicured design, considered one of the finest parkland courses in Ireland. It features large greens with severe slopes and it’s only fitting that Palmer’s favorite hole was No. 4, a risk-reward par 5 where overhanging trees guard the right side and the green entices golfers to take a swing.


Consistently ranked as one of the top five courses in Ireland, Portmarnock stands out from other links because most of the trouble along the fairways and greens is visible from the tee. The greens are relatively flat, however, stiff, chilly winds whip off the Irish Sea and across Dublin Bay to wreak havoc on club selection and challenge a golfer's acumen. The course has played host to Irish Opens and Walker Cups and legends such as Snead and Ballesteros.


Located on Langness Peninsula in Isle of Man, the links at Castletown is surrounded on three sides by the Irish Sea. Set high above sea level, the course offers breathtaking views of the rocky coast and water - sharks, seals and dolphins below. The greens are smooth and slick, bentgrass and fescues, provide a true roll. The 17th is a 421-yard par-4 named “Gully.” Through the decades the elements have eroded a chunk of the land and a 200-yard carry is required to reach the fairway.

Royal County Down

Situated in the shadows of the Mourne mountains. A spectacular location and an outstanding links golf course. It's charm lies in the old fashioned flavour of both the terrain and the layout. A mix of rugged dunes, coloured by a blend of purple heather and yellow flowering gorse combine to a dramatic effect on what is one of the toughest courses in the British Isles. Venue for the Walker Cup in 2007 and consistently ranked in the top 10 courses in the world.

Royal Portrush - Dunluce

An outstanding course in a dramatic setting. It holds the distinction of being theonly course in Ireland to have hosted the British Open, doing so in 1951. The Dunluce Course is as fine a links as you will find anywhere, with the 5th being a particularly memorable hole to a green hanging on the edge of a cliff. Consistently ranked in the top 20 of the world's best courses, nearly every legend of golf has taken on the challenge of Royal Portrush.

Trump Turnberry -

Ailsa Course

The course underwent a significant renovation and opened as a new layout in June 2016. Lying on a spectacular curve of rockbound coast in the southern reaches of Ayrshire. The course now makes the most of the coastal scenery especially from the 4th through the 11th passing the famous landmark lighthouse at the turn, which is now a stunning halfway house. This is a demanding links course, and an ever present wind will make for a tough examination of your golfing skills.


It was here in 1860 that the very first Open Championship was played with just a handful of participants. This links can produce some awkward stances on undulating fairways. Typical of the original golfing terrain, Prestwick provides a taste of golf as it was played long ago. The 11th Hole “Carrick” is a fierce par-3, measuring 213 yards from the championship tees with the Firth of Clyde to the golfer’s right and a strong crosswind often howling across a well-bunkered green.

Castle Stuart

An outstanding addition to the links courses of Scotland. Set along the shores of the Moray Firth to east of Inverness with wonderful views over to the Black Isle, Kessock Bridge and Chanonry Lighthouse. Six holes hug the shoreline while the remaining holes are played over a terraced slope, delivering ever present views out to the rolling seas. A true links course in every sense with revetted natural bunkers and rumpled fairways. A regular host course for the Scottish Open.

Gleneagles - PGA Centenary Course

This highly acclaimed Jack Nicklaus design is a fine test of championship golf. A modern layout featuring many strategic bunkers and vast putting surfaces with severe undulations from front-to-back and side-to-side. The course can stretch to over 7,088 yards from the tips and affords wonderful views of the Grampian Mountains and the Perthshire countryshire. The course was the host site for the 2014 Ryder Cup, as it returned to Scotland.


Its historical origins date back to 1793. Its sandy, linksland soils are the basis for this heritage, and produce the fine-bladed fescues which are the cornerstone of fast-and-firm playing surfaces that characterise links golf. Designed by Kyle Phillips and opened anew in 2000, its rebirth has been shared with golfers from near and far with outstanding reviews. The links features spacious rolling fairways, large greens, and exceptional sea views on every hole. A challenging yet enjoyable champion-standard traditional Scottish links course.