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Royal County Down Golf Club – No.1 in the World

Congratulations to the Royal County Down Golf Club which has been voted the best golf course on the planet by top golf magazine, Golf Digest. The Royal County Down club is located in Newcastle, Co Down in Northern Ireland. It lies at the foot of the magnificent Mourne Mountains in a stunning coastal location and the scenic beauty that envelopes this championship golf course is truly breathtaking.

Tremendous Achievement

Royal County Down Golf ClubIreland’s premier golf club also hosted last years Irish Open and is one of the oldest golf clubs in Ireland. To be voted the number one golf course in the world is a tremendous achievement and a great accolade. Impressively, Royal Portrush Golf Club, in County Antrim, came in at a respectable number 27 on the same list of “The World’s 100 Greatest Golf Courses”.  With two Northern Ireland golf courses making the list, it just goes to prove that Ireland is the perfect destination for a golfing holiday. With over 300 excellent courses to choose from across the Emerald Isle, golfers will be spoilt for choice.

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Golfing enthusiast also have the option of staying in a Golfers Welcome bed and breakfast. These B&Bs cater specifically for golfers’ needs. With hosts having a personal interest in the sport, they can provide golfing information for their region, storage facilities for all equipment, arrange tee times, equipment hire and anything else that is needed to enhance your golfing holiday experience. With Golfers Welcome B&Bs located close to all the top Irish golf courses, you can easily drive from one course to the next, enjoying great golf and accommodation! 

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Posted: 11 Jan 2016 by Claire Regan | with 0 comments

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