The 153rd Open in 2025 on the Dunluce Links at Royal Portrush Golf Club in County Antrim, Northern Ireland shall be a memorable and much-anticipated championship.Read more “Royal Portrush Golf Club to Host The 153rd Open in 2025”
The 150th Open on the Old Course, St Andrews in 2022 shall be a memorable and much-anticipated championship.
The R&A has announced dates for the two subsequent championships. Both venues had been previously declared before the pandemic struck, but the new dates were still unknown.Read more “2023, 2024 Dates Confirmed For The 151st Open & The 152nd Open”
The right place at the right time. Never a truer word was spoken if you are a Fighting Illini (University of Illinois) or Cornhuskers (University of Nebraska) fan. Their 2021 College Football Week Zero game has been announced for Saturday, August 28, 2021 at Aviva Stadium in Dublin, Ireland…the same day our Irish Links Golf Cruise embarks in Dublin. The 700-guest Azamara Quest overnights in Dublin before commencing an almost complete circumnavigation of the Emerald Isle visiting nine ports and playing 6 world-class courses during a twelve-night cruise.
Ports include Warrenpoint, Belfast, Londonderry, Donegal, Galway, Foynes, Cork, Waterford and finally, disembark in Southampton. The golf is exceptional with six of Ireland’s most treasured clubs including Royal County Down, Royal Portrush, Portmarnock Links, Ballyliffin, Adare Manor and Old Head.
If you are looking for a truly memorable way to experience the very best of Irish golf, combined with legendary college football, now is the time to book your space.
Please note: College Football Tickets sold separately by third parties. PerryGolf is not affiliated with the event.
The Open will for its 13th occasion return to Royal Liverpool (Hoylake) from July 10-17, 2022.
By Cameron Reid
Vice President, Sales & Operations
The Machrie on the Island of Islay, off the west coast of Scotland, had always been a favorite of mine having visited it many times since the 1990’s. Islay is famous as the source of world class malt whisky due to its heavily peat soil which creates a very distinctive flavor of whisky. The golf course was as traditional a Scottish links as you could find with as many as 8 blind tee shots and 8 blind approaches, a throwback to a different era. You had to play it on several occasions to learn the correct lines and how to play in the different conditions that face you. It wasn’t a long course but it didn’t need to be, however you had to find the fairway and that is where the difficulty lay. It was a special place to play golf, the feeling of isolation, just you versus the course and the elements. It was however not for everyone, you could say the course was too hard even for the average player, the blind shots combined with rough so thick you rarely found a ball that missed the fairway. Read more “Recent Visit to The Machrie, Isle of Islay, Scotland [Thru Our Eyes]”