Dating back to 1889, Waterville Golf Club has since been redesigned by Tom Fazio.
Designed by Arnold Palmer, Tralee Golf Club's 16th hole, named "Shipwreck," is one of Ireland's most famous par 3s.
No trip to County Clare is complete without teeing it up at Doonbeg Golf Club, one of Ireland's newest links.
Many call County Louth Golf Club, also known as "Baltray" one of the better unknown golf links of Ireland.
One of the shining stars of the rural northwest side of Ireland is Rosapenna Golf Club, a 36-hole club home to the Sandy Hills links.
As Ireland's northernmost golf club, Ballyliffin is worth the trek to play raw, natural links golf. Luckily, there are 36 holes to enjoy here before heading back to civilization.
Located on Bull Island in the heart of Dublin, Royal Dublin has been a city escape for Dubliners since 1885.
The Island Golf Club is a convenient and historic links play minutes from Dublin.
Designed by Irish writer-turned-architect Pat Ruddy, The European Club features 20 holes to enjoy just south of Dublin.
Ballybunion's raw and rugged links have been beloved by Americans for decades, including Tom Watson and President Bill Clinton.
Undeniably one of the toughest links in the world, Royal County Down in Northern Ireland is a host to the Walker Cup.
The name says it all: "Calamity." This par 3 at Royal Portrush is one of the most intimidating in all of links golf.
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