Supply on demand can unfortunately at times never be met. Irelands many
revered links and parkland courses are a honey pot to the world’s
golfers and deciding to book too late can prove to be a big disappointment.
Advice is to book early, especially for the more sought after courses.
It is also worth noting that courses may be closed for
members only at certain times of the week and in some cases all weekend. Once booked – “don’t be late”.
There might not be another slot for you.
Club Rulings & Conducts
Many courses throughout Ireland require handicap cards as proof of same.
It is recommended that all members in possession of certificates should
pack them in the golf bag. Dress code is of standard, with casual smart
appearance expected however it is worth noting that some clubs require
jacket and tie for evening dining.
Soft spiked shoes are generally par for the course throughout
the country. Whereby most clubs have spike changing facilities it is probably
best to leave the steels at home. Slow play is to be avoided at all times.
Caddies and Carts
All Golf Clubs will try to provide caddies if requested but their services
cannot be guaranteed. The cost for a caddy varies from club to club but
generally ranges between €25 to €40 per bag with gratuity dependant
on your satisfaction.
Motorised buggies are generally restricted to the parkland
courses of which are advised to be booked in advance.Most courses will
provide pull trolleys to hire at a price of around 2/4 euro each.
For the non-golfers who are interested in filling their day, Ireland offers
an endless wealth of attractions and places to visit. From surfing and quad-bikes to castles and scenic walks
there are a thousand and one things on offer to replenish the senses or
cure the hangover!
Wellplayed Ltd is happy to cater for non-golfers by providing
a complete listing of what’s on offer during your stay as well as
providing advanced bookings of anything they desire.
Irelands restaurants and bars form an integral part to its tourism industry
along with also playing an important role within its local communities.
Typifying the Irish culture of drink, music, talk and a having great time
the “craic” is always to be found.
Standards are high from service to quality and Wellplayed
Ltd is happy to provide recommended establishments for evening entertainment.
To whatever town you visit we can recommend who serves up the “best
catch of the day” as well as where to find the “meanest fiddler”