7 Day Private Irish Golf Tour Itinerary
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Your Private 7 Day Irish Golf Tour starts off in Dublin, where your driver-guide will be waiting at the airport for you to arrive. Your personal driver-guide will show you to your luxury vehicle, pack up your clubs and start your adventure - just sit back, relax and enjoy your custom golf trip!
From the airport, you’re driver-guide will give you a quick tour of Dublin City Centre, you may see Dublin Castle, The Custom House, and Trinity College Library (where you can see the world-famous Book of Kells - before continuing our journey in time tee-off at your first course of the trip: Druids Glen.
Druids Glen is a simply beautiful high-end golf resort, just south of Dublin, offering two championship 18-hole courses, a stunning clubhouse, and a 5-star hotel to boot!
After 18-hole and a fascinating first day in Ireland, you’ll stay at the Druids Glen Resort, enjoying some of the hotel’s fine dining options and perhaps even tasting some Irish whiskey!
On day two tour of your Irish golf tour, we wake up early and drive from Druids Glen to your second course: The K Club.
Established back in 1991, The K Club offers two 18-hole courses designed by the esteemed Arnold Palmer. Renowned for its lush greens and resemblance to American Parkland courses, the resort also offers a Michelin Star restaurant - where we’ll have a relaxing lunch before driving to your second course of the day: The Mount Wolseley.
The Mount Wolseley is an incredible golf resort that features an 18-hole Championship Course. The resorts 5-star hotel - which is your accommodation for day 2 - offers 145 contemporary rooms, a luxury spa, and some fantastic dining options.
Today we’ll drive to the south-west of Ireland in order to play one of Ireland’s oldest courses: Dooks Club.
Stopping along the way for a spot of lunch and to take in the spectacular views of the Irish countryside, we’ll arrive at Dooks Club in the afternoon, in time to play its 18-hole links course. The clubhouse and course still retains much of its old-fashion charm and offers players stunning views and challenging holes.
Your accommodation for the night will be Aghadoe Heights Hotel and Spa in Killarney.
On day four of your tour of Ireland, we travel the length of the island - stopping along the way at some tourist attractions such as the Tullamore Dew Distillery to taste some Irish whiskey.
We’ll arrive in Belfast later in the afternoon where you will spend the night - giving you a chance to visit the city’s fantastic selection of bars and restaurants and a perfect location to travel to the following day’s golf course: Royal County Down.
Today, we travel from Belfast to Royal County Down. One of the oldest courses in the country (opening over 130 years ago), Royal County Down offers two beautiful 18-hole links courses and has hosted numerous significant events such as The Irish Open (1928, 1935, 2015), The Walker Cup (2007), and The Palmer Cup (2012), in it’s long and distinguished history.
In the afternoon, you and your driver-guide will travel back to Belfast and go on a city tour of your choosing; Belfast offers a wide range of tourist attractions and activities to suit all needs and wants - if your trip to Tullamore has given you a taste for Irish Whiskey, Belfast has a fantastic selections of whiskey tasting options.
On the morning of day six, we travel to the renowned Royal Portrush Golf Club.
Royal Portrush comprises of two 18-hole links courses: The Dunluce Links (which is a championship course), and the Valley Links.
We’ll have a spot of lunch at the golf club after your round before traveling to Carrick-a-Rede and the Giants Causeway in the afternoon before returning to Belfast in the evening.
On the final day of your Irish golf tour, you’ll spend the morning playing Portstewart - where it is said that golf was played as far back as 1889!
In the afternoon, you and your driver-guide will travel from Portstewart to Dublin in time for your flight. Your driver-guide will help you with your bags and drop you off at the check-in desk to make sure there are no last-minute problems before wishing you a safe journey; leaving you both with fantastic memories from your time in Ireland.