Ireland and Britain have array of world renowned golf courses. From seaside to highlands, there is great variety in landscape, atmosphere, and challenge for all golfers. We will create for you a perfect itinerary that will take you to some of the finest golf courses. Below you can find an example of what your golfing trip might look like.
Transfer to the K Club is rural Kildare only 35 miles from Dublin.
Guests at the K Club, home of the 2006 Ryder Cup have 2 championship courses to choose from. Both were designed by Arnold Palmer.
Play both courses whilst you are here.
Overnight K Club.
K Club Golf and Spa are the order of the day, with an optional tour into Dublin to explore the city. Dublin has long been a Centre of art & culture. Stroll through the elegant Georgian streets of Merrion & Fitzwilliam Squares, shop in the elegant emporiums of Grafton Street & Powerscourt Townhouse, and explore the collections of the National Museum & National Gallery, the Irish Museum of Modern Art & many fine small private collections. The range of art & artefacts is enormous & you will have no problem spending many hours enthralled. The city is over a thousand years old. Successive centuries have left their distinctive overlays of character & architecture which means that Dublin has a wealth of historically significant & fascinating sights to explore such as Dublin Castle, where the Normans ruled from the 12th Century, St Patrick’s Cathedral, of which Jonathan Swift was Dean & Trinity College, famous for The Book of Kells & for its alumni who include Oscar Wilde & Oliver Goldsmith.
Overnight K Club.
On to Cork to stay in the heart of Kinsale, Ireland’s Gourmet Capital. Play The Old Head Course at Kinsale. One of the finest and most spectacular in Ireland and the world for that matter.
Overnight in Kinsale Perryville.
The coastal route to Kerry is through rainbow coloured villages, past tiny harbours and prehistoric standing stones, luxuriant gardens, and quaint shops. Overnight in Killarney, a busy town with lots of shopping. South and west of the town of Killarney are the world famous Lakes of Killarney. Killarney National Park, 10,236 hectares in extent, comprises the mountains and woodlands surrounding the Lakes as well as the three Lakes themselves. The Park includes the peaks of Mangerton, Torc, Sheehy and the Purple Mountains while just to the west of the Park rises MacGillycuddys Reeks, the highest mountain range in Ireland. Hiking, walking, horse-riding and fishing can be arranged for our guests in the National Park.
Stunning scenery and golf go hand in hand at the Wild Atlantic links at Waterville on the Ring of Kerry. It is challenging, with velvet greens. After your round of golf check out a local pub for lunch and continue on along Ireland’s scenic highlight back to Killarney.
Kerry is the home of golf – apart from Waterville there’s Tralee, Killarney, The Dooks, The Ring of Kerry and Beaufort – truly a golfing paradise! Today play one of the other local courses before heading up through the thatched village of Adare to Limerick, with its castle, cathedral and Angela’s Ashes museum. Overnight North of the Shannon, to Dromoland Castle for a true castle experience. Not only are falconry experiences available here, but there is also a state of the art golfing academy.
Overnight Dromoland Castle.