7 Day Golf Tour Southern Ireland
- Elegant Hotel Accommodation for 6 Nights
- Private driver guide for 6 days
- Services of Professional Driver Guide on those days
- Associated Expenses of Driver Guide & Vehicle
- Private departure airport transfer
- Full Irish breakfast daily
- Local Taxes
- Journey Through Ireland booking assistance
- Emergency contact available while in Ireland if required
- AA Roadmap of Ireland
- Muckross House
- Cliffs of Moher
- Round of Golf at:
o Waterville Links
o Killarney Golf Course
o Ballybunion Golf Course
o Lahinch Golf Course
o Doonbeg Golf Course
Welcome to Ireland!
On arrival at Shannon Airport you will meet your private driver guide or collect your car rental. Depart Shannon for County Kerry.
You have the option today to relax and enjoy all that there is to see and do in Killarney. Perhaps head to Killarney National Park and take in the stunning scenery of mountains, lakes and woodlands.
You have entrance tickets to visit the historic Muckross House and Gardens. This 19th century mansion depicts what life was like in Ireland during this period. You might enjoy a visit to the stunning Torc Waterfall which is well worth a look. If you enjoy walking, there are walking trails mapped out beside the Waterfall which are most enjoyable.
Enjoy Killarney this evening at your leisure. There are numerous restaurants and pubs if you fancy a bite to eat or to enjoy some live traditional music.
Accommodation: Killarney Hotel – 3 Nights
This morning travel along the ‘Short ring of Kerry’ to take in the stunning sights along the way before traveling to Waterville Golf Links, which is one of Ireland’s top ranked golf courses. The course can be stretched to over 7,300 yards but players should not be intimidated as several tees come in to play on every hole so all standards of golfers can enjoy a game here. Everything about Waterville is truly spectacular and the setting is one of the best in the world.
Return to Killarney to enjoy your evening.
Today you will travel from your hotel to Killarney Golf Course for your day of golf.
Killeen course is what they like to call the pièce de resistance at Killarney Golf Club, and there is very good reason for such a grand statement. The backdrop to Killeen is something very special indeed and provides golfers with a spectacle that cannot be seen anywhere else in the world. The wonderful lake and mountain views make for a spectacular backdrop to one of the world’s most renowned golf courses.
This evening, perhaps enjoy food and drinks at one of Killarney’s famous pubs. Please don’t hesitate to ask us for recommendations.
It’s an early start this morning as you depart Killarney for Ballybunion.
Located on the North West coast of County Kerry, on a beautiful stretch of sand dunes overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, you’ll find two wonderfully challenging and unique links golf courses at Ballybunion – the Old Course and the Trent Jones Cashen Course. The Old Course exudes a majestic feel that simply cannot be compared to any other course on earth. With beautifully contoured fairways that tumble down through a blanket of grassy dunes, it’s no wonder these challenging holes have been consistently rated among the top courses in the world.
Afterwards continue to Limerick City for your overnight stay.
Accommodation: Limerick City Centre Hotel – 1 Night
Depart Limerick this morning and travel to County Clare.
Cliffs of Moher
This morning you will visit The Cliffs of Moher which are one of Ireland’s top visitor attractions and are a designated UNESCO Geo Park. The Cliffs are 695 ft high at the highest point and range for 5 miles over the Atlantic Ocean on the western seaboard of County Clare.
Lahinch Golf Course
Lahinch has often been described as the “St. Andrew’s” of Ireland. The original links was laid out by Old Tom Morris; Alister MacKenzie who co-designed Augusta National Golf Club and re-designed the Old Course and extended the links in 1927. Lahinch is actually two 18 hole courses. The Old Course is between the road and the sea, and situated at the opposite side of the road from the Old Course is the Castle Course. The Castle Course is a flatter links named after the ruins of a nearby castle tower that stands to the north of the course.
After your round of golfing, continue to your overnight accommodation in Clare.
Accommodation: Clare Hotel – 2 Nights
This morning travel south west to Doonbeg Golf Course.
Spanning 1.5 miles of crescent shaped beach and sand dunes, the golf course at Trump International Golf Links Ireland is a stunning sight to behold and offers views of the Atlantic from 16 of 18 holes. In line with Norman’s philosophy of ‘least disturbance’, the most natural route was taken in laying the course out through the sand dunes. As a result, the course has a unique combination of five par 3s and five par 5s.
This morning you will travel to Shannon Airport and prepare for your departing flight. Fly home with memories that will last a life time.
Slan go Fhoill (Goodbye For Now!)