Golf Vacations

Old School Golf—Ireland and Scotland

Competition, history, challenge, culture, classic pubs

Tags : golf historical
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For every golf enthusiast, a trip to Scotland and Ireland is the ultimate golf adventure. Take in the majesty and delve into the history of the sport while battling some of the most challenging and famous courses in the world.

The birthplace of golf, Scotland, offers opportunities to play such classics as The Old Course at St. Andrews, Gleneagles King's, Royal Troon, and Carnoustie. Then, just a short hop away, you can play on the more laid back Emerald Isle of Ireland.

Don't miss the opportunity to play such gems as Royal Dublin, Old Head Golf Links, Ballybunion Golf Club, and Tralee. You'll have a truly unforgetable time discovering Ireland and Scotland with your friends!

Country houses, B&B's, and inns provide welcoming accommodation for you and your group between rounds. The Piersland House Hotel, built in 1899, is a historical Scottish building with all the original features, including paneling, stone fireplaces and woodcarvings. In Ireland, the luxury resort of Adare Manor is a masterpiece of stonework, turrets, and towers set in incredible gardens, stately trees and ruins dating back over eight hundred years.

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