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IRELAND, Land of the Leprechauns

Ireland is the land of Leprechauns, the Blarney Stone, winding lanes bright with fuchsia, gorse and jaunting carts and much more.  Like most visitors, you will spend a long time admiring the scenery and wondering how a small island can change its appearance so completely in such a short space of time.  You’ll have the best of all worlds – superb scenery, first-class golf and friendly people.

IRELAND on top of everything else is a golfer’s paradise!  A selection of tours is available featuring some of the Ireland’s jewels! The SHAMROCK ADVENTURE concentrates on the southwest with favorites including Lahinch, Ballybunion, Killarney, Tralee and Waterville.

Extensions include DUBLIN TOWN with Portmarnock and Royal Dublin or CONNEMARA COAST with Galway and Connemara courses.  CORK CITY with Old Head GL and more.

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Southwest Ireland

Day 1 — Arrive in Shannon where you will have your first views of this lush, green country. Take the rest of the day to relax and unwind in this peaceful setting.

Day 2 — Today test your skills on the famous seaside course — Lahinch GC. Lahinch is a fine natural and traditional links, laid out with full use of great sandhills and springy turf.

Day 3 — This morning depart for Killarney, one of the most beautiful areas of Ireland. This afternoon play either Mahoney’s Point or Killeen — the two championship courses in Killarney. Your game is enhanced by the vistas all around.

Day 4 — A short drive takes you to Ballybunion GC where you will tackle your next Irish course. Definitely a challenging course you’ll not soon forget!

Day 5 — An early departure for one of the scenic delights of Ireland, the Ring of Kerry — wind along the narrow roads with one breathtaking scene after another. About halfway along you will play on the famous Waterville GC, almost every hole a feature hole! This afternoon complete your ring around Kerry, arriving back “home” to relax and relive your day’s excitement.

Day 6 — Today play on the very challenging course of Tralee GC. Created by Arnold Palmer and built on land overlooking the famed Barna Strand, where the movie ‘Ryan’s Daughter’ was filmed. Avery dramatic links course.

Day 7 — Depart this golfer’s heaven!


(3 Nights)

Day 1 — Arrive in the capital of Ireland—Dublin, where you will have a chance to see the historic and world-famous O’Connell Street, Trinity College, and a host of other places of interest.

Day 2 — Golf is at Portmarnock GC, one of the world’s supreme courses. Always intriguing, occasionally exasperating, it’s a favorite with all golfers.

Day 3 — Another round on an Irish Course — play Royal Dublin GC, a formidable challenge. Here the wind changes the entire personality of the course from one day to the next.

Day 4 — Time to depart!


(2 Nights)

Day 1 — Arrive in the city of Cork, on the south coast of Ireland. Here you have Blarney Castle and it’s infamous “Blarney Stone”, delightful fishing towns and much more to discover. Golfers and non golfers will find plenty to do!

Day 2 — Golfers will delight at one of the newer offerings to the Irish golf world – Old Head GL. This spectacular course is near the harbor town of Kinsale, and sits on a promontory overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. Here you will find a view of unrivaled beauty – not to mention winds that will provide fresh challenges daily!

Day 3 — Time to continue on to…


(3 Nights)

Day 1 — Arrive in Galway. Take time to wander around the shops selling antiques and other interesting items.  You can visit a crystal factory and see how crystal is made or choose an item to have made for you.  If really bold you can make your own piece!

Day 2 — A chance to play the Galway GC, a fine example of the design skills of Alister MacKenzie. The course is inland by nature but some of the fairways run close to the ocean, making some interesting golfing problems!

Day 3 — Head westward to the stunning countryside of Connemara. This rugged terrain makes a stark contrast to the gentler countryside you will have seen. Play one of the great links courses — Connemara GC .So vast and rugged you will feel a little insignificant! This long course is on a dramatic stretch of the Atlantic coastline, scoring will not be easy!

Day 4 — Depart the Connemara area!

Ireland has many excellent courses. If your “must play” course is not shown we can add or substitute.


REMEMBER – this is just a taste to whet your appetite for the possibilities available to you

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