When Should I Book My 2020 Ireland Golf Trip?
There is a saying in a nearby cafe: “When is the best time to plant a tree? 20 years ago. When is the next best time? Today”.
Ditto, Today is a good time to get cracking on your 2020 Ireland Golf Vacation planning. With demand for Irish golf vacations growing every year, time sheets are filling up earlier and earlier. Booking your Irish golf tour in advance is very important to avoid disappointment. With the 2019 British Open being held in Royal Portrush, we expect demand for Ireland golf vacations in 2020 to increase further when the beauty of Irish links golf flashes across TV screens worldwide. Royal Portrush will especially pique interest for trips to Northern Ireland, with quality links courses such as Royal County Down, Royal Portrush and Portstewart all on offer.
Royal County Down
Royal County Down is the most sought after tee time in Ireland. Why? Because Golf Digest rates is as the number one course in the world . So, can Real Irish Golf get me on the time sheet? Absolutely, but you need to move fairly fast. Royal County Down’s 2020 timesheet opened today – May 21, 2019. They take bookings/requests strictly in the order they are received, so if the number one golf course in the world is on your bucket list, contact us today so that we can secure this coveted tee time for your party.
Southwest Ireland for Golf
While Royal County Down might be the most requested Irish Links course, the most popular region for an Ireland golf trip remains the Southwest of Ireland. This is home to some of the finest links golf courses in Ireland such as the Old Head, Tralee Golf Club, Waterville Golf Links and Ballybunion Golf Club. Again, booking early is important especially for larger groups, if you want to golf on the most popular courses in Ireland’s southwest. Click here to learn more about our “Southern Belles” tour.
Too Late for a 2019 Ireland Golf Trip?
No, not at all. The West/Northwest of Ireland and Donegal are home to some of the finest hidden gems in Ireland and is the last great undiscovered Irish golfing region. Brilliant Irish golf links courses like Portsalon, Rosapenna (36 holes) and Ballyliffin (36 holes) which hosted the 2018 Irish Open are just waiting for you. In ten years time, this region will be much more popular, trust us, the locals! Click on these links ~ “Go West” and “Rory Recommends” to learn more about these great Irish links.