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Royal County Down Golf Club
28 -31 May
The Irish Open will return to Northern Ireland in 2015, with Royal County Down Golf Club hosting this year's event from 28 - 31 May. More than 90,000 spectators are expected to attend.
Getting to the Irish Open
Use our interactive map to plan your journey by special coach service to the Irish Open. For all other scheduled bus and rail services visit our Journey Planner
Translink has a range of hassle-free travel options for visitors travelling to the Irish Open including a free Park & Ride shuttle bus service in Newcastle running to and from the event; extra bus services from both Newry and Belfast to Newcastle, a special bus transfer from Newry Train Station for Enterprise passengers at selected times and special coaches running from towns and cities right across the Province. A range of good value travel tickets are available for these services.
Translink also plan to maintain existing normal services in the area but there will inevitably be increased traffic congestion so customers are reminded to leave extra time for journeys. View Discover Northern Irelands 'How To Get There' guide.
The Irish Open Returns
The Irish Open will return to Northern Ireland in 2015, with Royal County Down Golf Club hosting this year's event from 28 - 31 May.
It will be the first time in 76 years that the Irish Open has been played at the world famous links in Newcastle, County Down, while Northern Ireland hosts the event for only the second time in the last 60 years, following the hugely successful 2012 Irish Open at Royal Portrush.
This is a Land Made For Golf
A county that is home to one of the world's greatest courses. A county that is home to Rory McIlroy, the world's number one golfer. See them and golfing's elite come together at the Unmissable Irish Open 2015.
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