Golf Breaks in the UK and Ireland


Holidaying in Britain is a dream come true for golf fans all over the globe, so before you book a trip to the continent consider the reasons to holiday here.



With nearly 2,000 golf courses to choose from in England, take a trip around the country and discover a new course on your next golf break in the UK. Browse our listings of the Top 100 Golf Courses, read our reviews of various golf regions in England, and decide where to go for your next staycation in England. We have guides to the East of England and Midlands, the North, North West, South East, and South West, as well as info about Marriott Golf and St Mellion.  


Scotland has a population of just over five million and 580 golf courses to serve her people. There is certainly no lack of ‘supply’ in the Home of Golf. Read our guides to Perthshire, Central and South, and Macrihanish Dunes, as well as our Top 100 golf courses listsings. 


No matter whether you play on an ancient links or a new parkland, or whether you play in North, Mid or South Wales, there are some very welcome common denominators to playing golf in this magical country: truly amazing value for money; a feeling of playing at ‘proper’ golf clubs; and the warmest of welcomes. Read our Guide to Wales for advice on golfing in the area. 


Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland is home to some of the UK's finest courses, carved out in the grounds of country estrates and medieval castles. Renowned for its top links courses, it's easy to see why visitors flock here over and over again. Check out some of the best courses here in our Top 100 listing


Republic Of Ireland

Golf in Ireland is an unforgettable experience. The country is littered with some of the worlds best courses, and the fantastic landscape is also home to many first class resorts and hotels. A golf break to Ireland will ensure you experience the warm welcome and brilliant hospitality that the country is known for. Browse through our ranking of the Top 100 Golf Courses in Ireland