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GolfBirdie is the first tee to green flyover guide of the world’s top golf courses. “It’s the modern course guide”. 

1) Users simply download the free app.
2) Search their favourite course.
3) Watch a drone video of every hole.

“No more buying a course guide at each course”

GolfBirdie helps you plan a golf trip anywhere in the world. No more looking at still images to decide where you would like to play. Each course has a 4k promotional video giving you the ability to see a course like never before.

What do we do for your Club?

We film a 4K tee to green flyover of your course, all of which will be included on our global app.

The promotional video captures the true beauty of your course and its main features, providing great advertising material for your website, social media and TV advertisements. Being a part of GolfBirdie not only connects you but opens up a whole new market of potential customers planning golf trips to Ireland and puts your club in the spot light. 

Our app presents golf courses in a whole new light, making it easy for golf clubs to promote their courses and facilities and for players to get a real understanding of what each course has to offer them.

Contact us today to arrange a date for filming,

What you will receive?

  1. Full HD drone video of your course, facilities and full 1-18 hole tee to green video guide.
  2. 20+ High quality still images.
  3. Global exposure across our App, Facebook and Instagram, with some of our videos reaching over 250K people.
  4. Ultimate support marketing your club in a modern way.
Waterville golf links

5-Day Irish Golf Trip Guide: Courses, Food, Accommodation

Plan your golf trip to Ireland and discover some of the best links courses in the world. With a surprise NEW COURSE that is surely going to be in the Top 10 best golf courses in Ireland 2019.

First stop…. Old Head Kinsale.

Originally a medieval fishing port, historic Kinsale (from the Irish, Ceann tSaile – ‘Head of the Sea’) is one of the most picturesque, popular and historic towns on the south west coast of Ireland.

Kinsale is one of the best food destinations in the world with a wide range of seafood restaurants and some great pubs for a pint and a chowder.

Day 1-

Head out for one of the best rounds of golf you are ever going to have. Even if you play bad!

Old Head Golf Links is a special place even according to Tiger! Nine holes play along the cliff tops, and all eighteen holes provide stunning ocean views. With the ever-changing sea breezes, the course provides a stern test to the touring pro and the high handicapper alike.

After your round head to the club house terrace for and amazing view and some really good food.

old head

There is accommodation available in Old Head, or plenty of great locations in kindle itself.

Out for dinner-


Fishy Fishy Restaurant Kinsale, is an award-winning restaurant run by husband and wife team Martin & Marie Shanahan who are totally passionate about what they do.

Day 2

Next stop is a hidden gem that most people miss out on…Cork Golf Club.

After your round be sure to head into Cork for another experience you won’t forget.

The Oyster Tavern,

History of The Oyster Tavern

The Oyster Tavern has been a part of the Cork landscape for hundreds of years.

The earliest trace of the house being a tavern is dated to 1800. In 1828, Widow Stokes held the premises under lease from Edward Barrett, a Publican, and Richard Fitzgerald, a brewer, the property then being described as ‘a plot of ground in Cenderberry’s lane’ (now Market Lane).

Day 3/4- Waterville Golf Links & a surprise course!

Waterville is a club steeped in history, and one of the best links courses in the world!

” Waterville is a small coastal village located between the Atlantic Ocean and Lough Currane on the scenic and famous Ring of Kerry and the Wild Atlantic Way. Renowned for its game angling and its 18 hole championship golf links, There is also many restaurants, bars & café’s serving food throughout the year as well as a huge selection of accommodation.

Waterville links has a new neighbour….. Hogs Head!

The golf course architecture firm of Robert Trent Jones II (RTJ II) is nearing completion of Hogs Head Golf Club, an original design adjacent to the scenic shoreline cliffs south of Waterville, Ireland. The unique layout will be unveiled in August 2017. But we have got some exclusive pictures just for you!

Day 5- Take a day to drive the Wild Atlantic Way!

Leaving Waterville and heading for your last stop Doonbeg! Along the way are some of the most spectacular locations in the world.

Finish your once in a life time trip with a stay in luxurious Doonbeg Resort!

Book your stay here


“The PGA EuroPro Tour season draws to a close next week with the Sky Sports Tour Championship at Amendoeira Golf Resort in Portugal, as the year’s top 60 golfers go toe-to-toe to land one of five coveted Challenge Tour cards for 2018.” Euro Pro Tour

The top five players on the Race To Amendoeira Order of Merit at the end of the tournament will earn progression to the second-tier Challenge Tour, but with £22,500 going to the Sky Sports Tour Championship winner, any one of the players could earn promotion.

Tricky opening hole!

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A lot of ground to cover with your tee shot on the third.


Other holes to note.

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Irish Open Quiz


Irish Open Quiz | How well do you know your golf?

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The Irish Open Golf Quiz

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Epic Shane Lowry Best Shots Video

Take a look back at some of the best moments of Lowry’s career. Let’s hope he can take his good form in previous Irish Open’s and go on to win this year.

Want to view the full course? Download the GolfBirdie App now! Use the app to watch the full Erin Hills flyover and to an insight to each hole while watching live coverage on TV.

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Heroin courier got into €837k drugs deal to ‘pay golf fees’

“A man who was caught up in an €837,000 heroin deal told gardaí he got involved to make money to pay his golf fees.”


Now that’s commitment to the game haha



According to the “Michael Smallhorn (57) was to get paid €200 to act as a courier, Dublin Circuit Criminal Court heard.

A search of a Citroen car parked on the lane around the corner recovered 5.9 kilos of heroin.

After his arrest Smallhorn told gardaí that he was paid by an unidentified man to leave the keys for the Citroen on the wheel.

The man told him to go and have a cup of tea and in the meantime someone was going to come to the car, pop the boot and take something from it. He was told he would be paid €200 for this but he never got this money.

He said he wanted the money to pay his golf fees. Judge Pauline Codd said: “I’m having difficulty assessing his motivation in getting involved”.” – Irish Independent

Hidden Gem Of The Month | Charlesland Golf Club


Set in the shadow of the famous Wicklow Mountains, Charlesland Golf Club was designed by one of Ireland’s most celebrated and prolific course designers, Eddie Hackett, whose masterpieces include the legendary links courses Waterville, Connemara, Murvagh and Enniscrone.

Course Guide 

Charlesland has always been known as a challenging but fair test of golf, in a beautiful setting. Take a look at some of the feature holes below.

Hackett’s trademark was to keep his layouts sensitive to the natural terrain. He didn’t talk so much about designing golf holes as finding them, and he liked to say of his creations “it’s just as nature intended.”

Hackett’s courses tend to be long from the back tees, with clearly visible landing areas, large greens and spectacular elevated tees, and they have a maturity and grace. Such is the case with the par-72, 6,169-metre Charlesland course.

So why not test yourself from the back tees and see if you can come out on top. Charlesland

Charlesland have an amazing offer at the moment, Two green fees & a buggy for just €60. Buy the voucher now and use it anytime until August 2017.

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More info

While the front nine hugs the Irish Sea and is links-like, the back nine is beautiful parkland with several outstanding holes including the par-3 13th from a lofty elevated tee 229 metres down to the green – and at the back of the short 17th there are birdies of another kind with a family of swans in residence.

The 18th is typical of Hackett’s vision – a double dogleg and a massive 562 metres from the championship tees with a sting in the tail. The green is well guarded and you have to negotiate water on both sides of the fairway before you reach the haven of the welcoming clubhouse.