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Golf Tours of Ireland
Our golf tours of Ireland give you the chance to experience the greatest golf courses in Europe. Forged by man and mother nature, Irish golf courses enjoy idyllic landscapes and scenery so perfect and unspoiled that once you have played golf in Ireland it will not be long before you are planning your next Irish golf vacation. With so many championship golf courses such as Ballybunion, Royal County Down, The K-Club and Portmarnock all on one island it is easy to see why Ireland has gained its reputation for golfing excellence.
Each golf tour offers you the chance to play some of the most famous courses ever created during your golfing vacation. We pride ourselves in having golf tour specialists that are avid golfers and understand what goes into making a great golf vacation. Adding the renowned warmth of Irish hospitality to the equation only tops off an unforgettable golf vacations in Ireland.
Browse through our sample itineraries or simply call or e-mail us here in Ireland and let us know what you are looking for. We will create a customized itinerary for Ireland golf trips that can be modified until it suits your exact requirements.
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Most Popular Golf Tours of Ireland
Representing the first European design of Arnold Palmer, Tralee Golf Club in southwestern Ireland is one of the most spectacularly beautiful golf courses you will ever encounter. And while beauty often masks certain deficiencies in a golf course, that is certainly not the case with Tralee. Having completed his masterpiece, Palmer commented: "I have never come across a piece of land so ideally suited for the building of a golf course. I am happy that we have one of the world's great links here". While it always boasted a magnificent setting, with the course settling down and the greens thriving over time, Tralee has now joined the elite group of Irish links. With views of the Atlantic and white sandy beaches from almost every hole, Tralee earns rave reviews from all who play it. ...read more
8 days/7 nights/13 meals - Play some of Ireland’s historic golf courses and visit many of its favourite attractions, whilst enjoying the scenery & hospitality of the South West of Ireland. You will soon find out why County Kerry is known as “The Kingdom”! Some of the highlights of this tour include Ballybunion, Adare Manor, Bantry House & Gardens and The Ring of Kerry. ...read more
4 days/3 nights/5 meals - Combine your own club tournament with some fascinating sightseeing, championship standard golf course and of course, Irish hospitality. Island Golf Club, Royal Dublin Golf Club, Guinness Storehouse and Book of Kells are some of the highlights of this competition tour....read more
4 days/3 nights/5 meals - Combine your own club tournament with some fascinating sightseeing, championship standard golf course and of course, Irish hospitality. Tralee Golf Club, Killarney Golf Club, Killarney National Park and Gap of Dunloe are some of the highlights of this competition tour....read more
7 nights & 6 rounds from € 1,695 p.p. sharing - Our most popular golf tour offers 6 rounds of golf in Ireland's premier golf region. Play the world renowned links at Ballybunion, Tralee, Waterville, Lahinch, Doonbeg and the superb lakeside Killeen Course at Killarney Golf Club. Each course offers the visiting golfer a truly unforgettable experience....read more
7 nights & 6 rounds from €1,125 p.p. sharing - The West & North West region is not as well know as the South West, but this has nothing to do with the standard of the golf courses. Some of the worlds's greatest links courses are to be found here. Our 7 night tour offers you the chance to play Connemara, Carne, Enniscrone, Rosses Point, Donegal and Lahinch, and to enjoy some of the most unspoilt scenery in Ireland. A must for the returning golfer....read more
We are back home (well almost; we are waiting for our connection from Vancouver to Victoria). We enjoyed our trip to Ireland, especially the west coast. The first night was unfortunate but it didn't spoil our trip. Staying at Loch Lein and driving round the Dingle peninsula was probably our favourite. We found everyone very friendly. We love Ireland.
Ann Kumar, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada