Ireland – ‘Golfing The Wild Atlantic Way’

Ireland – ‘Golfing The Wild Atlantic Way’

‘Golfing The Wild Atlantic Way’


The Marshall brothers take a wild ride in a magical corner of the Emerald Isle to play six classic links …

It’s the end of April in Ireland’s north-west and the start of our week-long golf trip from Donegal to Galway along a 550 km section of the Wild Atlantic Way – a scenic coastal touring route (with a total length of 2,500 km), dotted with beaches, harbours, headlands, stunning viewing points and some of the world’s best golf courses. In addition to unspoilt coastal and moorland landscapes, other highlights along the journey include Sieve League (the highest accessible sea cliffs in Europe), salmon fishing on the River Moy, enjoying a pint of Guinness by a turf fire, staying in splendid accommodation and meeting the locals who have a tremendous gift of making you feel welcome…

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Photography by Paul Marshall
Text by Andrew Marshall