The measuring stick for modern links in Ireland, Scotland and the rest of the world.
A little-known links with fine grass over many humps and hollows.
It's not the Alister MacKenzie some come looking for but there is golf worth playing.
A recent addition to the Irish links landscape and yet to be discovered by many.
The views of Ireland's highest mountain range alone are worth coming for!
A sneaky MacKenzie overshadowed by some of the bigger name courses locally.
From 2007, a Martin Hawtree Irish parkland Curtis Cup venue.
Paul McGinley's home course. Modestly tame for the Wild Atlantic Way.
Pure, authentic Eddie Hackett links with variety in contrasting nines.
A recent Hawtree revitalized Alister MacKenzie parkland in Ireland.
9 hole links don't come much more authentic than this!
It's natural, rugged, minimal and you cannot go any further West to play golf than here.
Wide fairways make for fun golf. In the dunes nearby is a 36-hole, unbuilt Doak & Coore golf course.
Found on the same linksland as its legendary neighbour it is a proper, modern, links course.
A rare inland, Irish Simpson-Gourlay design.
The new Irish links golf destination with three 18 hole courses all worth the journey.
Perhaps overlooked by some due to its close proximity to Portmarnock, it is top drawer in every respect.
Arnold Palmer's links masterpiece is a must-play on the Wild Atlantic Way.