Getting to Ireland
Ireland is accessible by air or sea but by far the easiest way to travel is by air. We will recommend which airport
is best for your trip but we do not arrange flights.
Main Airports: Dublin Airport / Shannon Airport / Belfast Airport / Cork Airport
Ireland isn’t green because it’s sunny all the time so pack accordingly. Average temperatures in summer months will be 57-68 Fahrenheit (14-20 degrees Celcius) and it is advisable to bring rain and wind protection, particularly when playing on links courses.
Usually the handicap limits at Irish golf courses are 24 for men and 36 for women. Handicap certificates may be
requested on arrival so please ensure you have them with you.
For your enjoyment we recommend caddies wherever possible. Caddies can be requested at most clubs but are
not guaranteed. There are also usually different grades of caddy from bag carriers to senior caddies,
the rate varies from club to club and all caddy requests should be made when booking.
Electric buggies / carts
Electric buggies / carts are available at most courses, although some courses do not permit them without medical certificate
and some do not permit them at all. If you have a medical certificate or require an electric cart please advise us when
booking and we will make the request.
Club / Equipment hire
Most golf clubs will offer equipment rental at the professional shop. If you require this we can arrange club rental
in advance for you which travels with you for the duration of your trip and you can request specific equipment from
the majority of the top brands such as TaylorMade & Callaway.
Neat dress is essential on all golf courses and in all clubhouses in Ireland. Denims are not permitted in the majority
so please dress accordingly. Spiked shoes are also not permitted in the majority of golf clubs so please adjust
before your arrival if required.
Golf House, 50 Buckleys Lane, Leixlip, Co. Kildare, Ireland
+353 (0)1 503 6090
+353 (0)1 503 6099