Dornan fever hits Donegal again!

Hollywood heartthrob Jamie Dornan has been spotted on a golfing holiday in North Donegal today.

The Northern Irish actor made an appearance at Portsalon Golf Club with his golfing buddies and added a touch of star quality to the beachside course.

Portsalon Captain Martin Blaney with Jamie Dornan. Image via Portsalon Golf Club Facebook 

The Fifty Shades star is no stranger to Donegal. He is a talented golfer and is known to enjoy the best of our golf courses and bars. He often talks of his love of one particular place – The Olde Glen Bar and Restaurant in the village of Glen.

As expected, the star visited his favourite haunt this evening again for dinner after the golf, much to the staff and locals’ excitement.

Jamie Dornan, Portsalon Captain Martin Blaney and Ryder Cup-winning Captain Paul McGinley. Image via Portsalon Golf Club Facebook

Portsalon Captain Martin Blaney with Jamie Dornan. Image via Portsalon Golf Club Facebook

Dornan has said before that the Glen Bar is ‘maybe the best bar in the world’, so it’s no surprise he’d revisit it on this Bank Holiday weekend in Northern Ireland.

The 35 year old, who has been awarded the title of World’s Sexiest Man, set hearts aflutter today again in Donegal, and is said to be sticking around for more golfing in the World’s Coolest Place.

Ronan Curran, Jamie Dornan and Joe Coyle at Portsalon Golf Club

Local golfers Ronan Curran and Joe Coyle met Jamie at Portsalon today and took the opportunity to have a photo with the celebrity.

Ronan tells Donegal Woman that Jamie chatted about all things golf and heaped praise on Donegal, saying how much he loves to come to the county for the sport.

Jamie also had photos taken with staff at the golf club, who were more than happy to meet the world-famous screen star.

No doubt fans will be keeping a close eye out for Dornan across the county over the next few days.

Jamie was last spotted in Portstewart, Northern Ireland in July at the Golf Pro-Am at the Irish Open. Donegal will be hosting the next Irish Open at Ballyliffin in 2018, so perhaps he’s practicing on local ground for the next big competition.