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Courses & Travel

New mixed pairs event launched at Gleneagles

As the only venue in Europe to have welcomed both iconic team events, the 850-acre Perthshire estate will be staging this new pairs tournament on the PGA Centenary Course

A house is Estoril offers golf groups a great escape

If you're looking for something a little more exclusive and private then A House in Estoril could be ideal for your golf group

10th Anniversary at Las Colinas sees major enhancements

Las Colinas is set to celebrate its 10th anniversary with a calendar of commemorative events from now until the autumn, with property owners, golf members and resort guests all invited to take part

World’s first Olympic Academy Golf Course launched

In an exciting and ground-breaking new initiative, the International Olympic Academy (IOA), the Hellenic Olympic Committee (HOC) and Costa Navarino in Greece, have announced the world’s first International Olympic Academy Golf Course

New owner. New ideas. New moves. Welcome to The K Club

'Open arms, open doors… all are welcome. That is the new attitude here. Come and enjoy, bring the family, relax, have fun. This is key to the resort’s rebranding and new raison d’etre'


Palmerstown House Estate steps it up with a new island green and a reminder of the golf experience it offers

First Resort

For the one stop shop enthusiasts, it’s hard to beat a golf resort when it comes to the ultimate in rest and relaxation. Northern Ireland boasts just four golf resorts across the six counties, but they're all worth a visit

A year in progress for NI golf

For many clubs in Northern Ireland, the past 12 months have been a time to tighten the purse strings and hope for survival. For others, opportunity has arisen to invest in the future

Bang for your buck

Here are eight courses in Northern Ireland you may not have heard of which will keep you thoroughly entertained. Rack rate green fees for Golf Ireland members start at £25 or below. Ever played them?

Rich pickings to the North

Golf resumed play in Northern Ireland on April 1 and given the quality of courses to the north of the Border, players would’ve known exactly what they were missing

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