The on-going covid-19 pandemic has caused change and disruption to all our lives. Various short to medium term travel restrictions across the world mean that discerning golfers will not have the opportunity to experience our beautiful golf courses and surrounding sites of the South West of Ireland for the coming months. Despite this setback South West Ireland Golf are working with our many service providers and valued customers each day to come to arrangements that guarantee satisfaction for all concerned. With the help of our member courses we have already been able to move or reschedule tours over the next couple of months to later this year or onto to 2021 while always putting the safety and happiness of our customers first. We are committed to maintaining this same approach which has seen us enjoy 33 distinguished years in business before this pandemic and will hopefully continue to do so long after this testing time has passed.
It may be difficult to look too far forward at this stage, but we are sure there will pent up desires to travel once this episode ends. If you would like the opportunity to take your mind off everything currently taking place and look at planning a trip in 2021 or later while getting immersed in one of the world’s greatest golf destinations, please feel free to contact info@Swinggolfireland.com today and we would be delighted to assist you .
Stay safe and healthy and together we will beat this virus and get back to normality hopefully sooner rather than later.
The SWING Golf Ireland Team
Throughout the four main Irish golf regions are some of the world’s top links and parkland golf courses including Ballybunion, Royal County Down & Old Head.
The south-west is widely regarded as the best region for golfers to visit. With an array of golf courses all located within a reasonable distance from each other, the south-west is perfectly designed for golf tours. Some of the best courses are to be found here including Ballybunion, Tralee & Waterville. Many golfers who visit the south-west base themselves in Killarney during their trip. They also move to Lahinch, Dingle & Kinsale to play some of the other courses that the south-west has to offer.
Over the last number of years, Northern Irish golf has grown immensely, along with the success of its golfers such as Rory Mcilroy & Graeme McDowell. With Royal County Down & Royal Portrush among its arsenal, the quality of courses in Norther Ireland is up there with the best in the world. There is also plenty to do besides golf, with the Titanic Museum & the Game Of Thrones experience among favourites, and notably, Giants Causeway is ever-popular. This year’s Irish Open will be staged at the picturesque Portstewart and is sure to impress the golfing world.
The West & North West is really the hidden Gem of golf in Ireland. It might not have the big names like that of Royal County Down & Ballybunion, but it has some of the best links courses that you can experience in Ireland. Most notably, Rosapenna & Enniscrone provide golfers with unique golf challenges along the Wild Atlantic way which you will be sure to never forget. The rugged landscape and remote locations are something to behold.
Ireland’s capital, Dublin, is located on the east coast and host some fantastic courses within easy reach of the city centre. From Portmarnock to Royal Dublin, to the Island & St. Anne’s, there are some fantastic courses to enjoy. If you fancy parkland golf, Carton House & The K Club are within an hours drive while Royal County Down is 2 hours up the motorway. Once you have completed your golf, you can enjoy the everything Dublin has to offer from the Guinness Storehouse to the tourist district of Temple Bar during your stay.