Discover Ireland’s Inland Courses

Adare Manor Ireland (Image: Adare Manor)

You’ve played the famous seaside links of the Emerald Isle. Now it’s time to discover the brilliant inland courses built by top architects such as Sir Nick Faldo and Pat Ruddy during the Celtic Tiger boom years.

Play the Old Course Before The Open

St. Andrews The Old Course (Image: St. Andrews Links Trust)

There’s still time to play the Old Course before this summer’s Open Championship with this package from the five-star Fairmont St. Andrews.

Follow Rory McIlroy to England’s Golf Coast

Brian Kendall, Editor, Canadian Golf Traveller (Image: Sharon McAuley)

Break the habit of Scotland and Ireland with a long-overdue visit to England’s Golf Coast. Legendary links Royal Liverpool, Royal Birkdale and Royal Lytham & St. Annes headline a roster of more than 200 courses.

One Time Only at The Renaissance Club

The Renaissance Club Scotland (Image: The Renaissance Club)

Like most exclusive courses, The Renaissance Club in Scotland is fussy about who it allows on its fairways. But a new one-time-only offer unlocks the doors to the Firth of Forth beauty.

Plan Your Dream Golf Vacation in Scotland

Fairmont St Andrews

The Old Course, Carnoustie, Muirfield—the northeast coast of Scotland offers the world’s most outstanding selection of links courses. Pack the sticks for the golf vacation of a lifetime.