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Ireland is world-renowned for its golf and as the place Shane Lowry, Pádraig Harrington, Maria Dunne and many more call home, its champion golfers too. The scale and variety of courses along the Wild Atlantic Way allows golfers of all levels to tee off among the famed Irish scenery and experience bunker shots, birdies or a hole-in-one on courses with unique character.
Golf holidays and tours here are so popular that international pros like Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson often take to Old Head Golf Links, Kinsale and Clare’s Lahinch course for a relaxing round, while former US president Bill Clinton declared Ballybunion golf course in County Kerry his absolute favourite. The town itself even has a statue of him - club in hand.
There are over 30 links courses on the Wild Atlantic Way.
From corporate trips to short golf breaks, find the right golf operator for your stay.
Enjoy one of the west coast’s many parkland courses.
Find plenty to do between golf courses during your trip.
Islands, beaches and national parks - there's plenty to do off the golf course on Mayo and Galway's Bay Coast.
Golfing in Galway, Clare or Kerry? Be sure to visit these beauty spots, castles and nature reserves too.
After a day spent on the course, here are the places to visit, eat in and enjoy on a West Cork golf break.
Historic, admired and challenging too, here are just some of the well-known golf holes enjoyed along the route.
The Wild Atlantic Way’s links courses have challenged many a golfing great. Find out what the professionals think of them.
Part of the Wild Atlantic Way’s appeal is its variety of uniquely placed and characterful golf courses.