One round of golf at Royal Belfast Golf Club. Founded in 1881, this is your opportunity to play at Ireland's oldest golf club. This will be the perfect warm-up for the courses to follow. While on the greens you'll enjoy the most scenic settings of any in the British Isles with its unrivaled views of Belfast Lough and the Antrim plateau.
One round of golf at Royal County Down. Ranked #1 in the world by Golf Digest. On a clear spring day, with Dundrum Bay to the east, the Mountains of Mourne to the south and gorse-covered dunes in golden bloom, there is no lovelier place in golf. The design is attributed to Old Tom Morris but was refined by half a dozen architects in the past 120 years, most recently by Donald Steel. Though the greens are surprisingly flat, as if to compensate for the rugged terrain and numerous blind shots, bunkers are a definite highlight, most with arched eyebrows of dense marram grasses and impenetrable clumps of heather. - Golf Digest
One round of golf at Royal Portrush. Host of The Open Championship in 2019, here's what Tom Coyne has to say about playing this course: "If you told me that I was going to play one course in Ireland that had hosted the British Open but not told me which, I would have fingered Portrush by the fourth hole. The course had a major championship largesse to it, no tricks and few blind shots, mostly straight-ahead golf played over a vast, tumultuous stretch of seaside. Unlike its 19th century peers, Portrush was a course where we indeed needed driver and where the unscratched greens looked like they'd been rolled out of the sod truck yesterday."
One round of golf at Ardglass. Anchored by a 14th century castle turned clubhouse, the cliffside tee shots at Ardglass are wonderfully preposterous as you navigate turf and rock and abandoned cottages left over from Ireland’s leaner days. Dramatic yet playable, Ardglass is the rare chance to awe and score. You won’t find a friendlier golf setting in Ireland.