From internationally renowned courses to welcoming local clubs in every corner of the country, Ireland is a golfer’s paradise. From green parkland to rugged coastal links and everything in between, there is a course to suit every skill level from beginner to pro and, now more than ever before, every budget. The choice for golfers is simply staggering. Golf superstar and winner of the 2012 PGA Champions Rory McIlroy hails from Northern Ireland and if you’re lucky, you may just run into him on the green!
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  • Day 1: Belfast

    Golf Belfast City Tour: Explore the magnificent city of Belfast on an exciting Open Bus tour. The city tour provides you with a comprehensive look of several iconic landmarks such as the Parliament Buildings and Stormont Estate, St George’s Market, the old Cathedral Quarter and the Belfast Peace Wall among others.
    Overnight in Belfast.

  • Day 2: County Antrim

    Golf Royal Portrush Golf Course: Royal Portrush Golf Club is home to one of the best and most challenging links golf courses in the world, the Dunluce Links, and the hidden gem, the Valley Links. The only club in Ireland to have hosted The Open Championship, Royal Portrush is a members club which welcomes visitors all year round to face the challenges of its courses and to brave the testing conditions. This course was named by Rory McIlroy as one of his favourite golf courses in Ireland.
    Overnight in Antrim.

  • Day 3: County Down

    Golf Royal County Down: Opened in 1889, Royal County Down Golf Club is one of the oldest and well known golf clubs in Ireland. Royal County Down is located in one of the world’s most naturally beautiful links settings in the Murlough Nature Reserve. Against the magnificent backdrop of the Mountains of Mourne, the links stretches along the shores of Dundrum Bay, zigzagging back and forth to provide a different vista from virtually every hole.
    Overnight in Belfast.

  • Day 4: Belfast-Dublin

    golf Island Golf Club: Located in Dublin, this is a classic link course set in rugged terrain and located between the highest sand dunes of any links course in Ireland. This beautiful links course, in splendid isolation, is surrounded by the Irish Sea, Donabate beach and Broadmeadow Estuary. Its rugged beauty cannot fail to impress. For sheer awe-inspiring, 25ft-high dunes, vaguely lunar crevasses running through terrain and challenging greens, the best choice is the The Island Golf Club. It was ranked number 26 in Golf World’s top 100 must-play courses in the world.
    Overnight in Dublin.

  • Day 5: Dublin-Kerry

    golf Ring of Kerry: Drive through Killorglin along the famous Ring of Kerry route to Waterville Golf Club. Play Waterville. Return to Killarney via the southern section of the route, across Moll’s Gap with tremendous views of the famous lakes into Killarney.
    Overnight in Kerry.

  • Day 6: Kerry

    golf Ballybunion Golf Club: 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 at Ballybunion is one of the most famous golf links in the world. Many golfers rate the Cashen course as a better golf course, but like St. Andrews, the history and aura of the Old Course cannot be surpassed.
    Overnight in Kerry.

  • Day 7: Killarney

    golf Killarney Golf Club: Nestled amongst the splendour of the famous Lakes of Killarney and with the spectacular backdrop of the MacGillycuddy Reeks, Ireland’s highest mountain range, lies three unique Championship Courses to challenge you. Of these, the Killeen Course is the most challenging.
    Overnight in Killarney.

  • Day 8: Killarney-Clare

    golf Lahinch Golf Club: Lahinch Golf Club in County Clare, Ireland is one of the finest links golf courses in the world. As a measure of its status as a top class links course, Lahinch is regularly visited by players prior to The Open Championship. Stewart Cink practiced at Lahinch prior to his win at the British Open Championships in 2009 and stated that his time at Lahinch formed the basis for his victory.
    Overnight in Clare.

  • Day 9: Clare-Dublin

    golf Dublin City Tour: Experience the Hop on and Hop off tour of Dublin. Stops along the tour route include: Trinity College, the Guinness Storehouse, Dublin Castle, St. Patrick’s Cathedral and Old Jameson Distillery.
    Temple Bar: In the evening, a stroll through Temple Bar, a teeming nightspot, is a must. This is the area where, young or old, you’ll find a reason to celebrate, and a place in which to do it!
    Overnight in Dublin.

  • Day 10: Dublin