Northern Ireland Trip Golfer’s Itinerary

Day 1 – Ballyliffin Golf Club (Glashedy)

Host of the 2018 Dubai Duty Free Irish Open (Winner – Russell Knox)
One of Ireland’s most northerly golf courses
Opened in 1992
“ Anyone planning a golf trip to the north of Ireland, the two courses at Ballyliffin are must play championship links”
-Rory McIlroy

Day 2 – Portstewart Golf Club (Strand Course)

Host of the 2017 Dubai Duty Free Irish Open (Winner – Jon Rahm)
“The Strand is an incredibly challenging and thoroughly enjoyable golf course, with one of the best opening nine holes of golf.” –

Day 3 – Royal Portrush (Dunluce)

Host of the 1951 (Max Faulkner) & 2019 (Shane Lowry)The Open Championship
Future Host – 2025 The Open Championship

Day 4 – Off Day/Golfer’s Option

Free Day to sightsee in Belfast City
Visit Titanic Experience (Entry Included in Attendees Fees)
*If a golfer would like to play a round of golf this day, the Sullivan Golf Travel team can help set up a booking for them at a golf course near the Galgorm Hotel & Spa or in Belfast City.

Day 5 – Royal County Down (Championship)

Multiple times ranked the #1 Golf Course in the World by Golf Digest
Host to three (3) Senior British Open Championship, two (2) The Amateur Championship, 1968 Curtis Cup, 2007 Walker Cup, and 2012 Palmer Cup

Day 6 – Ardglass Golf Club

Home to one of the world’s oldest clubhouses dating back to 1405 A.D.
“Ardglass is the perfect combination of subtlety, severity and consummate golfing experience.” – Matt Adams, Golf Channel
“With the almost ever-present wind capable of wreaking havoc from any quarter; the hard fairways and the small firm greens, it is just about impossible to play “yardage based” golf on this links. 
The Irish Sea, which can be seen from all 18 tees and greens, comes into play on no fewer than 8 holes.  This is just one of the memorable and unique features of the links at Ardglass Golf Club.” – Ardglass Golf Club Website