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The Castle Golf Tour, Ireland

The Castle Golf Tour, Ireland

Holiday Type
Holiday \ Tour
Country
Ireland
Number of Nights
6
Tour Price
From £2,475 inc.taxes
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A trip to Ireland is a must for any golfer, but when you divide your accommodation between the old capital of Dublin and and three nights at Dromoland Castle, the trip takes on a whole new meaning.

On this 6 day tour you will play some of the best hidden gems to be found on the Emerald Isle.

Day 1
Arrival in Ireland. Met by tour manager and transfer to the Berkeley Hotel in Dublin for 3 nights. Welcome drinks and tour briefing. Dinner.

Day 2
Golfers play Portmarnock, the venue for the 1991 Walker Cup and listed as one of the world's top golf courses. Non-golfers can visit Trinity College and Grafton Street for shopping in Ireland's capital city.

Day 3
Golf at Royal Dublin, one of the great old Irish golf clubs. Non-golfers visit St. Patrick's Cathedral, museums and world famous art galleries.

Day 4
Travel to Dromoland Castle, one of Ireland's legendary castles with memorable reminders of the Royal O'Brian clan's ancestral background. Stay for three nights and experience the Dromoland way of life.

Day 5
Golf at Lahinch, the "St. Andrews of Ireland" a typical Irish links course situated around the sand dunes of the Atlantic Ocean. Non-golfers tour the Burren and the cliffs of Moher.

Day 6
Golf at Ballybunion Old Course, described by Tom Watson as "a true test of golf". Non-golfers take in the scenery and try some local shopping.

Day 7
Depart Ireland 

The Castle Tour includes.

  • Information and support of tour manager
  • 6 nights bed and full Irish breakfast double occupancy
  • Rental car with unlimited mileage and insurance based on four persons sharing a Ford Mondeo Estate
  • Luxury motorcoach transfers for larger groups with driver guide
  • 4 rounds of golf and sightseeing as above
  • Prepaid green fees and bookings
  • VAT at 17.5%
  • Golf Buggies Available
  • Caddies Available
  • Golf Club Hire
  • Close to town
  • Hotel accommodation
  • Spa

The Royal Dublin Golf Club

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The Royal Dublin Golf Club celebrated its 125th Anniversary in 2010 which makes it the second oldest Golf Club in Ireland. The Club was instituted at a meeting held at No. 19 Grafton Street in May 1885, pioneered by a Scottish banker - John Lumsden. The famous golf architect Harry Colt was brought in to design the course following its destruction by the military during the First World War. His work brought a measure of fame to the Club and the course has been sought out for prestigious golfing events ever since.

Lahinch -Castel Course & Old Course

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Lahinch has had outstanding designers from its inception through to modern times; Old Tom Morris, Alister MacKenzie and Martin Hawtree. In 1894 Old Tom Morris was commissioned to make full use of the natural terrain, especially the giant sand dunes at Lahinch. Old Tom believed that Lahinch was the finest natural course that he had seen. Two of Morris’s creations were the famous Klondyke (4th) & Dell (5th) holes, these still remain today. They continue to be the most memorable talking points for first time visitors to Lahinch and are seen locally as fitting tributes to the great Scotsman.

Ballybunion Old Course & Cashen Course

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Ballybunion Golf Club, Co. Kerry, Ireland, is a Private Members Golf Club founded in 1893. Home to two wonderfully unique and challenging links courses – The Old Course and The Cashen Course, visitors from around the world have been visiting the Club for many decades. - See more at: http://www.ballybuniongolfclub.com/the-club/#sthash.JJXVAx4m.dpuf
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