Two Rounds of Golf For Two With Breakfast for €59 at Rathsallagh Golf Country Club (Up to 68% Off)
- Course designed by Christy O'Connor Jnr and Peter McEvoy
- Club house overlooks 9th, 10th and 18th holes
- Officially listed in the top 30 of Ireland's Finest Golf Courses
- Round of golf for two people valid seven days a week
- Full Irish breakfast on one day
- Second round of golf valid Monday to Friday
Limit 1 per 2 people. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required. 48 hour cancellation policy. First round of golf valid 7 days a week; from midday on Sunday. Breakfast valid with first game only, must be consumed before game. Second round of golf valid Mon-Fri only. Two ball may be paired with another two ball at normal rates. Redemption of Groupon on an Open Day incurs €10 per person surcharge. Original value based on 7 day and weekday green fee rates, and breakfast.
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Golf is considered a gentleman’s game due to its emphasis on etiquette, twee outfits, and the mandatory removal of all brass knuckle dusters prior to games. Rejoice in refinement with today’s Groupon: €59 for a round of golf for two people with breakfast on one day and a second round of weekday golf at Rathsallagh Golf Country Club.
Named country house of the year in 2008 by Hotel and Catering Review and listed among Ireland's Finest golf courses, Rathsallagh Golf Country Club is a four star Grade A 18th century country house surrounded by 530 acres of delicious greenery. This prestigious destination is listed in the famed Blue Book and boasts an immaculate 18 holer listed in the isle's top 30 by John Redmond Gill and H MacMillan. Whether a relaxing weekend stay in the elegant hotel, a golf lesson from one of the PGA professionals, or 18 holes with a good friend, Rathsallagh has diversions aplenty.
A pair of friends armed with five irons and sand wedges can enjoy a day of golfing on Rathsallagh Golf Club's Championship Course, designed by Christy O'Connor Jnr and Peter McEvoy. Rathsallagh House will provide golfers with a hearty full Irish breakfast each of sausages, rashers, eggs, mushrooms, grilled tomato, black and white pudding, plus tea and toast, to keep them ticking over for their first 18 holes, available on any day of the week. Golfing pairs can then return for a rematch and second attempt to lower their handicap, this time on a weekday.