Popular Irish Golf Tours 2018

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Irish Golf Tours 2018

East of Ireland 2018

Everything starts with a search and the following list of courses has been the most requested golf tour locations for 2018. The main reasons are that the golfers are starting and fishing in Dublin. Also, there are simply more flights scheduled to and from Dublin airport to various destinations. Other factors are that golfers identify clearly what courses to play and the fun towns in Ireland. Such as Galway, Dublin, Cork and so on. Finally, Concierge Golf works on the 40 hours or more to create another Popular Irish Golf Tours 2018.

The top requested A-list courses to play on an Irish Golf Tour using Dublin Airport. 

Day  Golf Courses
Mon Day 1 Druids Glen Golf Resort or The European Club
Tue Day 2 Portmarnock Golf Club
Wed Day 3 Portstewart Golf Club & Castlerock Golf Club
Thur Day 4 Royal Portrush Golf Club
Fri Day 5 36 Holes at Royal County Down Golf Club
Sat Day 6 County Louth Golf Club
Sun Day 7 Depart

Where to Stay

I would suggest that the group would use possible three hotels. Starting in Dublin, moving to Belfast and back to Dublin.

Location  ***  Hotel
Dublin  5* The Merrion | Fitzwilliam Hotels
Belfast  5* The Merchant Hotel
Dublin  4* The Gibson | Portmarnock Links Hotel
Where to Dine?

Notably, there great restaurants all over town to choose from to suit your tastes and group size. Such as Jame Street South or Michael Deans Meet Le Fish in Belfast. Whereas Dublin Pichet Restaurant, Chapter One, Patrick Guilbaud, Dax Restaurant & etc…

Travelling around & What to See?

Certainly, you can self-drive a car rental which helps with sightseeing and driving to see specific places. However, the favourite mode of transport is travelling in a luxury chauffeured bus.  We ensure that each group bus sizes are available to suit all numbers of golfers. However, Concierge Golf recommends that you go for always a larger bus as extra space means extra comfort.

Belfast:

Enjoy a Game of Thrones tours, the Titanic museum experience, Belfast’s Botanic Gardens. Perhaps Head up to Bushmills and enjoy whiskey tasting. But before the whiskey tasting, why not visit the Giant Causeway, along with Dunluce Castle and more, more!

Dublin:

I am a big fan of the Walking tours and yes the feedback that I received from CGI clients is that a walking tour is a great way to get to know a city. The notables are visiting the Guinness Store House, Dublin Castle Tour, Jameson Factory, View the book of Kells at Trinity.

However, there is much more to do and see just outside of Dublin. Circa 40 minutes from Dublin City centre, there is Glendalough the ancient east Monastic settlement that once was. Also, you could consider visiting Newgrange, Trim Castle, Hill of Slane, Bective Abbey all located around the Boyne Valley in neighbouring county Meath.

 South of Ireland 2018
Popular Irish Golf Tours 2018
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Where to play the South of Ireland

Certainly, Hogs Head is one of the new Irish courses to play. A lot of work has been completed to the course previously known as Skellig Bay, located next to Waterville House, Waterville Co. Kerry. It’s more or less a brand new course layout with more holes overlooking the Atlantic Ocean and boy they keep that course in good shape. Notably, for the coming golfing season 2018, Hogs Head have two tee times a day available for non-members. Is Hogs Head worth playing? Yes, I say!

Day    Golf Courses 
Sun Day 1 Trump Doonbeg
Mon Day 2 Lahinch Golf Club
Tue Day 3 Tralee Golf Club
Wed Day 4 Waterville Golf Links or Hogs Head Golf Club
Thur Day 5 Ballybunion Golf Club
Fri Day 6 Old Head Golf Links or Adare Golf Resort
Sat Day 7 Depart
Where to Stay

Partner Hotels that we frequently whilst building our clients golf tours.

Location   *** Hotels
Clare 5* Trump Doonbeg
Limerick 5* The Savoy Hotel
Killarney 5* The Europe Hotel
Killarney 5* Muckross Park Hotel
Clare 4* The Lahinch Golf & Leisure  | Wild Honey Inn
Killarney 4* The Plaza Hotel
Travelling around & What to See:

Where to begin! Clearly, should you be starting off the trip at Lahinch Golf Club? Then, up the road, there are the Cliffs Of Moher, across the road, there is the beauty of the Burren. Finally, a whole host of restored Irish Heritage buildings to enjoy at the Irish Heritage centre in Bunratty. Furthermore, not unlike Killarney, there are ancestry centres dotted around Co. Clare that people can visit and research their Irish Heritage. Other parts of West Clare to visit are the Loop Head Light House and why not take a trip to Scattery Island.

Where to Dine?

Whilst based in Co. Clare, take a look at Morrissey in Doonbeg, Wildhoney Inn in Lisdoonvarna and the tasting menu at Gregans Castle (Formal Dining).

In Killarney, there is Gabys Fish Restaurant, Nick Seafood restaurant in Killorglin, Dooleys in Waterville, The Point at Portmagee and more…

Of course, should you make a trip to Kinsale? Well, then you are in for a culinary treat. There are a lot of restaurants to choose from and its not fair just mentioning Fishy Fishy, Bastion, Finns Table and The Bulman… Visit Kinsale and enjoy the seaside town with all its history and food.

Dooley Noted

Good golf experiences become great golfing expeditions by the method of detailed planning with good customer services. Almost everything that you wish for will go according to plan. However, the weather tends to be the biggest factor that upsets all great plans. Therefore, ensure that part of your services purchases contains a responsive tour operator that can problem solve effectively. Also, for one night or two, add Galway to the itinerary. Galway is a great town, young, vibrant nightlife and just good fun! Consider the following best Irish Golf Courses, click here to read on.

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