Where You Can and Can’t Get Golf Carts in Ireland and Northern Ireland

As is the case in neighboring Scotland, most Irish and Northern Irish golf courses were designed with the walking golfer in mind. This is especially true for the courses where the views are as much a part of the experience as the golf. But sometimes walking the course isn’t a possibility, and many of our clients need to know beforehand whether or not they’ll be able to get a golf cart.

We’ve put together this handy list of where you can and can’t get golf carts in Ireland and Northern Ireland. Of course, this information changes from time to time, so it’s best to let us know in advance what kind of needs your group has so we can help you make adequate plans and get the most out of your golf adventure.

Because of the restrictions on golf courses, we recommend that all able bodied golfers plan to walk the course. Caddies are often available to help, as well.

We’ve separated the list into those courses where you can get a buggy (as they’re known in the British Isles), those that make exception for medical issues, and those that won’t rent one out to you or let one on the course.

Yes, You Can Rent a Buggy

The following courses in Ireland and Northern Ireland will let you rent a golf cart:

Only For Those with a Medical Disability

The following golf courses in Ireland and Northern Ireland will allow players to rent a buggy in the case of a medical disability:

No, You Can’t Rent a Buggy

The following golf courses in Ireland and Northern Ireland do not allow golf carts:

There are some fees associated with renting golf carts, and availability is dependent on the season. Also, some of the smaller golf courts have varying buggy availability.

We are happy to design the very best golf trip for you and your group, and can help accommodate your travel needs, including recommending which courses are best suited to your situation. Contact us today to get your free quote!