July 11, 2025 - July 20, 2025
10 Days / 9 Nights / 9 Rounds
$6,870.00 USD pp / $925.00 USD Single Supplement
9 rounds of golf with prepaid greens fees
Tralee Golf Club, Waterville Golf Club, Old Head Golf Links, Ballybunion Old Course, Dooks Golf Club, Rosslare Golf Links, Portmarnock Golf Club, County Louth Golf Club and The Island Golf Club
3 nights at the Killarney Plaza Hotel in downtown Killarney, 2 nights at the Trident Hotel in downtown Kinsale and 4 nights at the Trinity City Hotel in center city Dublin
9 nights accommodations
Your confirmed daily itinerary is as follows:
July 11th: Arrive Shannon Airport, Ireland / Play Ballybunion GC / Check-in to the Killarney Plaza Hotel in Killarney for 3 nights
July 12th: Play Waterville Golf Club
July 13th: Play Dooks Golf Club
July 14th: Play Tralee Golf Club / Transfer to Kinsale / Check-in to The Trident Hotel for 2 nights
July 15th: Play Old Head Golf Links
July 16th: Transfer to County Wexford / Play Rosslare Golf Links / Transfer to Dublin / Check-in to the Trinity City Hotel for 4 nights
July 17th: Play Portmarnock Golf Club
July 18th: Play County Louth Golf Club
July 19th: Play The Island Golf Club
July 20th: Depart Dublin Airport for home
Chauffeured luxury Coach & Driver for the entirety of your trip
November 16, 2023
Many thanks for your inquiry! We would love to be the resource for all your golf travel needs and look forward to making this trip as memorable as possible for you.
Epic Golf Travel was founded 25 years ago and our company partners are PGA Professionals who have well over 100 years of golf industry and travel experience. We are members of the International Association of Golf Tour Operators (IAGTO), the leading international golf tourism organization, as well as the American Society of Travel Agents (ASTA) and numerous other travel industry associations.
At Epic Golf Travel, our motto, “The Best Golf Vacations on the Planet”, is our sincere promise to you to deliver an exceptional golf travel experience... every trip you take and every time you take one.
To this end, we spend more hours planning and executing your trip than any other golf tour company in the industry. For those who seek genuine interest in their golf experience and fanatical attention to detail, we believe you’ll appreciate our absolute commitment to you and your golf travel plans.
The attached schedule is based on traveling and includes , (see courses below), a full Irish breakfast each morning, a chauffeured coach and driver and numerous other inclusions listed below.
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Your transportation is a fully chauffeured Coach & Driver for the entirety of your trip. Your driver will take you to and from all airports, golf courses and lodging. He will have full knowledge of the best restaurants and pubs in the country, as well as amazing things to see and do. From local Irish cuisine and traditional music to finding the best pint of Guinness, your driver will point you in the right direction.
More information on your lodging, golf courses and transportation may be found below.
Your suggested daily itinerary would be as follows:
Day 1: Arrive Dublin, Ireland / Check-in to The Green Hotel
Day 2: Play Royal Dublin Golf Club
Day 3: Play Portmarnock Golf Club
Day 4: Off day to sightsee
Day 5: Play The Island Club
Day 6: Play County Louth Golf Club
Day 7: Depart Ireland for home
Our prices INCLUDE ALL TAXES AND ANY RESORT OR LODGING FEES, there are no hidden costs of any kind.
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YOUR GOLF COURSES
YOUR GOLF COURSES
TRALEE GOLF CLUB
Ranked #16 in Top 100 Golf Courses in Ireland
Tralee Golf Club is a rugged and exhilarating creation and a must play.
Tralee stimulate the senses every bit as much as the enchanting and breathtaking scenery. According to folklore, Arnold Palmer, the architect, created the front nine and Mother Nature did the rest.
The front nine at Tralee Golf Club plays across fairly level links land, but the majority of the holes hug the coastline and the ground is elevated, affording magnificent views from the cliff top across Tralee Bay to the Atlantic Ocean beyond.
The back nine plays through mountainous dunes with fearsome carries across ravines to plateau greens.
WATERVILLE GOLF LINKS
18 holes, 72 par, 7,378/6,810 yards
Waterville plays on a promontory surrounded by the sea. It’s a stunning, remote location with views to the northeast of the Macgillycuddy’s Reeks mountain range and to the southwest across the Ballinskelligs Bay and the Atlantic Ocean. The fairways are gently undulating, the front nine plays across relatively flat ground while the back nine weaves its way through avenues of tall dunes.
There are few courses that can boast such a fine collection of unique and great golf holes. Waterville has three outstanding par threes and three excellent par fives, the par fours are pretty good, too. The 11th is a short par five with a rippling fairway protected on both flanks by towering dunes. The 366-yard par four 16th was once called “Round the Bend” because it follows the natural curvature of the Atlantic coastline. .
OLD HEAD GOLF LINKS
18 holes, 72 par, 6,793 yards
Old Head Golf Links has to be one of the world’s most exhilarating sites upon which golf is played. You feel as though you are on the edge of the world there and if you suffer from vertigo, some of the tees definitely present a problem. You’re constantly three hundred feet above the Atlantic as you play the course. As your gaze goes over the edge of the cliffs to the rocks and water below, it literally takes your breath away.
The course opened for play in 1997 and it's laid out on a narrow headland, jutting out for two miles into the Atlantic Ocean.
Old Head is a very special place indeed. There are many memorable holes, none more so than the 17th, called “Lighthouse”. It's a long par five requiring a bold second shot to the right-hand side of the fairway as anything left will leave a blind approach to a green nestled in a punchbowl on the edge of the cliffs. The 18th is a dramatic closing hole that should be played from the high back tee for maximum drama. It’s unlikely you will play a more dramatic golf course anywhere in the world.
BALLYBUNION GOLF CLUB OLD COURSE
18 holes, 71 par, 6,802 yards
Originally founded in 1893 as a 12-hole course, Ballybunion was extended to 18 holes in 1926. The Old Ballybunion course remained relatively anonymous until it hosted the Irish Championship in 1937. Little has changed since.
Ballybunion is a thrilling challenge and a supreme test of golf. Tom Watson fell in love with Ballybunion and agreed to write an introduction for the course guide. He writes: "After playing Ballybunion for the first time, a man would think that the game of golf originated here. There is a wild look to the place, the long grass covering the dunes that pitch and roll throughout the course making it very intimidating... in short, it is a course on which many golf architects should live and play before they build golf courses. I consider it a true test of golf."
ROSSLARE GOLF LINKS
Ranked #48 in Top 100 Golf Courses in Ireland
Rosslare Golf Links is one of only 50 Irish links courses and is the only true ‘links’ golf course in the south east of Ireland. Situated on the narrow, sandy peninsula at Rosslare overlooking Wexford Harbour to the west and the Irish sea to the east, the club is home to two unique and challenging golf courses.
A traditional links which uses the lands natural contours and coastal sand dunes to shape each hole as you play out the Burrow Peninsula and turn back for home. Quirky in places, pure championship golf in others, always fun and a great example of true links golf...
Founded in 1905 and initially designed by J H. Taylor, the club began as a 9 hole course. In 1926 the course was extended to 18 holes by the famous firm of Hawtree and Taylor.
The 12 Hole ‘Burrow Links’ course is a Christy O’Connor Jr designed short course, ideal for a fun and relaxing post-round links experience.
PORTMARNOCK GOLF CLUB
Ranked #3 in Ireland and #47 in Top 100 Golf Courses in the World
Portmarnock Golf Club is situated on its own sandy peninsula, approximately two miles long and covering some 500 acres. The land belonged to the famous distiller, John Jameson, and from around 1850, the links was used as the Jameson’s private golf course. Nine “proper” holes opened for play in October 1894 and, two years later, the course was extended to eighteen holes.
There is nothing man-made about Portmarnock; it’s a natural links, and considered to be a very fair golf course. With water on three sides, the course is at the mercy of the wind. Laid out broadly in two loops of nine holes, you are invariably playing in different directions. Measuring just less than 7,500 yards from the back tees, it is a formidable test of golf.
Portmarnock has hosted a number of important tournaments, including 19 Irish Opens, the Canada Cup and the Walker Cup. The closing five holes are especially brutal. Bernard Darwin once commented: ”I know of no greater finish in the world than that of the last five holes at Portmarnock”.
COUNTY LOUTH GOLF CLUB (BALTRAY)
Ranked #11 in Top 100 Golf Courses in Ireland
Founded in 1892, County Louth Golf Club, or Baltray as it is more commonly known, has established itself as one of Ireland’s finest links courses. Winner of the 2017 IAGTO Links course of the year and host of two Irish Opens, the course stands as a par 72 and measures 7,031 yards from the Championship tees.
Baltray is one of Ireland's great secrets, this is a course that has remained relatively anonymous, except to those in the know. County Louth Golf Club was established in 1892 but Tom Simpson and Molly Gourlay designed the present course in 1938. Baltray has no weak holes. The course is laid out in two loops, and most holes run in different directions. However, the greens are County Louth’s hallmark – they are among the very best in the whole of Ireland. If you can avoid three putting for 18 holes, then you have the right to claim you’re a great putter.The back nine is especially entertaining with a number of holes running close to the shore with distant views towards the Mountains of Mourne.
THE ISLAND CLUB
Ranked #8 in Top 100 Golf Courses in Ireland
The Island Club in Ireland was once on an island. It’s now attached to the mainland but it’s still an isolated peninsula-like spur of links land, sandwiched between the Irish Sea, the beach of Donabate and the Broadmeadow estuary.
Few people know about The Island Golf Club, despite the fact that the course is over 100 years old and has featured in numerous ranking tables over the years. One leading golf magazine once commented: “The best course in Ireland you have never heard of. Play it and tell no-one.”
This is a no-frills golf course. There is nothing artificial, it’s simply harmonious and in tune with its surroundings. Some of the most shaggy, rugged and looming sand dunes imaginable provide natural and distinct amphitheaters for many of the holes. In the summer, if you are unfortunate and wayward enough to find the dunes, be careful to avoid trampling on the wild dune flowers.
KILLARNEY PLAZA HOTEL
The 4 Star Killarney Plaza Hotel reigns over Killarney Town with grace and glamour. It is located adjacent to Killarney National Park and the gateway to the Ring of Kerry and in the heart of Killarney town center. The hotel offers stylish bedrooms, superb restaurants, bars, conference and banquet facilities and an exclusive and luxurious Spa and private Leisure Center.
This flagship hotel for the family-owned O'Donoghue Ring Hotel Group certainly impresses on many levels. Although opened in 2002, the property's traditional-style architecture exudes a old-fashioned quality. Stepping inside, early 20th-century elegance prevails, awash with ochre marble, polished brass, and Art Deco accents.
The hotel has almost 200 rooms, all of which are decorated in traditional furnishings with navy carpeted floors, antique-style furnishings and brass lamps. Rooms are spacious and clean, with desks and seating areas, while amenities include safes, free Wi-Fi, and flat-screen TVs. Bathrooms are clean and topped with Italian marble and provide high-end Comfort Zone toiletries, robes and slippers.
THE TRIDENT HOTEL
Perched on the edge of Kinsale Harbor and positioned at the gateway to the famous Wild Atlantic Way, the Trident is 4-star luxury surrounded by the beauty of a unique location.
Originally a medieval fishing port, historic Kinsale is one of the most picturesque and popular towns on the southwest coast of Ireland.
The hotel offers 75 modern guestrooms, including an executive wing comprising 30 rooms and penthouse floor of 11 luxury suites. Best of all, every room provides breath-taking views of Kinsale’s harbour.
Pier One Restaurant overlooks the harbour and serves award-winning cuisine, specializing in locally caught seafood. It is a winner of an AA Rosette & proud recipient of 2 RAC Dining Awards. The Wharf Tavern is a traditional style bar which has a cosy, warm feel and is popular with locals as well as visitors. Regular Live music can be heard in the bar - from Traditional to Jazz.
THE TRINITY CITY HOTEL
The 4-Star Trinity City Hotel is a 262 room, stylish hotel in the heart of Dublin City with the world-famous Trinity College, Grafton Street, Temple Bar, St Stephens Green, the Dublin Convention Centre, and Dublin Castle all just a short stroll away.
The Trinity City Hotel offers hints of heritage as its buildings are steeped in history and feature elements of original Georgian buildings and a Victorian fire station.
The guestrooms offer complimentary Wi-Fi, luxurious cotton bed linens with fluffy duvets flat-screen TVs, an electronic laptop safe, tea and coffee making facilities, en-suite bathrooms with luxurious toiletries, a hairdryer, ironing facilities and a work desk.
Savor a variety of Dublin restaurants with local and international cuisine nearby, soak up the infamous buzz of the city’s pubs or choose from The Trinity City Hotel’s range of indoor and outdoor dining. Enjoy al fresco dining in their beautiful, heated Courtyard Garden; a breath of fresh air in the city; or wind down in the relaxing Courtyard Restaurant.
CHAUFFEURED COACH & DRIVER
Kerry Coaches is Ireland’s leading chauffeured golf transport provider. They provide local and experienced drivers who specialize in golf tours and have proven to be an invaluable asset to any golf vacation.
The drivers have full knowledge of the best restaurants and pubs in the country. From local Irish cuisine, traditional music to finding the best pint of Guinness, these drivers will point you in the right direction.
Kerry Coach's Class F vehicles are ideal for group’s seeking special VIP treatment. Each leather seat is hand crafted to provide superior comfort. There is ample leg room and the luxurious interior provides the perfect setting to travel in comfort and style.
The coach can serve up to 20 golfers and features full leather reclining seats, 2 tables, 24" TV monitors, air conditioning, coolers and DVD player.
Vehicle appearance and amenities may be different than the information provided herein. Vehicle size, amenities and style will depend on the time of year the trip is confirmed and deposits are paid and availability of vehicles with transportation companies.
THINGS TO SEE & DO
THINGS TO SEE & DO
THE GUINNESS STOREHOUSE FACTORY
Located in the heart of St. James’ Gate Brewery, the Guinness Storehouse is one of the most popular tourist attractions in all of Ireland. In fact, the interior is designed to look exactly like a pint of Guinness itself and is known to be the largest pint in the world.
A ticket to the Guinness factory (roughly €18) will take you on a tour through seven floors of Irish brewing history, where you will learn all about the Guinness family, as well as how the beloved stout beer is meticulously crafted to perfection. At the end of the tour, you will be dropped off at the Gravity Bar on the 7th floor, where you can enjoy a refreshing pint of Guinness with a 360 degree view of the Dublin skyline.
THE OLD JAMESON DISTILLERY
Another historical gem is the Old Jameson Distillery, located just off Smithfield Square. This location previously used to be the original site where Jameson whiskey was manufactured and distilled until it stopped production in the early 1970s.
Learn the story of John Jameson and his adventures in whiskey making on a guided tour of the Jameson Distillery. Since his brave first steps into the brewery building in 1780, the Jameson brand has been focused on its founder's ambition to create unforgettable experiences.
A tour of the old distillery will take you through the history and process of creating the refined whiskey, along with the unique opportunity to take part in a comparative whiskey-tasting experience. At the end of the tour, you will be given an exclusive Whiskey Taster Certificate to officially certify your knowledge in traditional Irish whiskey.
ST PATRICK'S CATHEDRAL
Ireland's largest church and the final resting place of Jonathan Swift, St Patrick's stands on the spot where St Patrick himself reputedly baptized the local Celtic chieftains in the 5th century. Fiction or not, it's a sacred bit of turf upon which this cathedral was built between 1191 and 1270.
As the largest cathedral and one of the most important pilgrimage sites in Ireland, Saint Patrick’s has been at the heart of Dublin and Ireland’s history and culture for over 800 years.
Built in honour of Ireland’s patron saint, Saint Patricks Cathedral stands adjacent to the famous well where tradition has it Saint Patrick baptized converts on his visit to Dublin. The Cathedral is today the National Cathedral of the Church of Ireland and is the largest church in Ireland. The adjacent park is a nice respite in the city if you fancy a coffee or picnic break.
One of the most famous pubs in Dublin is the Temple Bar, first opened in 1840. Part of its fame is because it offers over 450 different kinds of rare whiskies (Ireland's largest collection).
You can’t miss this red building, it looks typically Irish and it is always buzzing. The inside is pretty quirky, with a lot of hanging lamps, the huge whiskey collection and a weird bronze statue of James Joyce. And the crazy atmosphere here makes you want to come in. The only problem comes from its fame, the place is always full and it’s usually a challenge to find a place to sit.
Erected in the early thirteenth century on the site of a Viking settlement, Dublin Castle served for centuries as the headquarters of English, and later British, administration in Ireland. In 1922, following Ireland’s independence, Dublin Castle was handed over to the new Irish government.
With over 800 years of Irish memories encapsulated within its walls, this incredible structure has borne witness to some of the most pivotal events in all of the country’s history.
Spanning an area of over 11 acres, the Castle stands proudly on the highest ridge in the locality and offers self-guided and guided tours of the grounds, including the Castle’s many rooms, gardens and museums such as the Chapel Royal, the Chester Beatty Library, the Garda Museum and the Revenue Museum.
GRAFTON STREET, DUBLIN
A bit like Dublin city itself, Grafton Street presents something of an enigma to visitors. In other major capitals, people gather along grand boulevards to shop, lunch, drink and eat. In Dublin, locals head to Grafton Street, a narrow winding road that’s been at the heart of the city’s social life for more than a century.
Grafton Street is home to all varieties of shops, both locally owned and national brands. It's also home to countless restaurants, cafes and pubs. And, most famously, Grafton Street is home to the many buskers that entertain visitors with a variety of music, magic and street performances.
Entering from Stephen’s Green in the south, Grafton Street meanders by a series of street-level shops, twisting and turning, before sloping down to the broad sweep of College Green and the grand entrance to Trinity College.
On a busy Saturday afternoon it can be hard work negotiating a path from one end of the street to the other, so dense are the crowds strolling about or gathered around the multiple street entertainers.
THE BLARNEY CASTLE & STONE
Built nearly six hundred years ago by one of Ireland's greatest chieftains, Cormac MacCarthy, and has been attracting attention ever since. Over the last few hundred years, millions have flocked to Blarney making it a world landmark and one of Ireland's greatest treasures.
Now that might have something to do with the Blarney Stone, the legendary Stone of Eloquence, found at the top of the tower. For over 200 years, world statesmen, literary giants, and legends of the silver screen have joined the millions of pilgrims climbing the steps to kiss the Blarney Stone and gain the gift of eloquence. Its powers are unquestioned but its story still creates debate.
Blarney Castle's gardens are one of the most visited in Ireland and the 60 acres are a joy to explore. Visit the prehistoric Fern Garden, a deadly Poison Garden, and the magical Rock Close with its ancient Yew trees and druidic stones. Stroll by the lake, river side and woodlands or in the dazzlingly beautiful arboretums.
DINGLE & THE DINGLE PENINSULA
The Dingle Peninsula stretches 30 miles into the Atlantic Ocean on the south-west coast on Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way. The peninsula is dominated by the range of mountains that form its spine, running from the Slieve Mish range to the Conor Pass and Mount Brandon, Ireland’s second highest peak. The magnificent coastline consists of steep sea-cliffs such as Slea Head , dramatic headlands broken by sandy beaches, with the award-winning beach at Inch in the south and the tombolo of Maharees to the north.
The peninsula has something to offer to everyone... ancient walking trails, cycling delights, links golf, horse riding trails, surfing, kayaking, eco boat tours, windsurfing, diving, rowing, sailing, angling, swimming at Blue Flag beaches, an aquarium, pet farms, climbing wall, educational holidays, immersive sports events, heritage landmarks and shopping.
The small port town of Dingle sits directly on the Atlantic Coast and boasts a wealth of pubs, restaurants, shopping and wonderful views of he sea and the mountains.
Flanked by the wild North Atlantic Ocean and a landscape of dramatic cliffs, for centuries the Giant’s Causeway has inspired artists, stirred scientific debate and captured the imagination of all who see it.
The location is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and was voted one of the Top 5 Greatest Natural Wonders of the UK. It is located in Northern Ireland close to Bushmills and Portrush.
Climb the Shepherd's Steps and hike along the clifftop trail to get a bird's eye view of the beautiful causeway coast. Or enjoy the road less travelled capturing the World Heritage Site on an active five-mile hike along the stunning cliff-top path with the guided Clifftop Experience.
You can also unlock the mystery and stories of the landscape in the exhibition area of the Visitor Center.
THE RING OF KERRY
Ireland's longest circular route covers some staggeringly beautiful scenery, including lakes, beaches, glens, castle ruins, off-shore islands, mountains and, of course, the Atlantic Ocean to the west. A journey around the Ring of Kerry is a must for any first-time visitor to Ireland.
In a car or bus, the Ring of Kerry's 180 km can provide distractions enough to fill a day, but there is no shortage of places to stay overnight and, depending on your interests, you can certainly find plenty of interesting diversions to make it a trip of two or more days.
THE CITY OF CORK
Cork is the second largest city in Ireland behind Dublin, with a population of over 200,000. City center is an island positioned between two channels of the River Lee and Cork Harbor, one of the largest natural harbors in the world.
Despite being a city, Cork has a decidedly towny feel to it, it's laidback with plenty of coffee shops, art galleries, museums and seriously good pubs.
Check out The English Market, Blarney Castle & Stone, Cork City Gaol (prison museum), the Crawford Art Gallery, Elizabeth Fort, St Fin Barre's Cathedral, St Anne's Church, Glenview Gardens and much more. It's a city worth exploring and it's compact size makes it easy to do so.
THE ENGLISH MARKET, CORK
The English Market has been a part of Cork’s city center since the 1780s. At the time, Ireland was a part of the British Empire and the English corporation which was in power in Cork was responsible for building the market, which officially opened on August 1, 1788.
The English Market has a reputation for showcasing the best in local produce, artisanal bakeries, speciality butchers and the market holds tight to its traditions to provide a fantastic place to meet foodies with tons of events throughout the year. There is also your pick of foods to grab and go or check out the cafe on the second floor. You can also pick up some fantastic boutique items from vintage shoes and clothes to lovely jewellery and much more.
The two-story covered market, officially made up of the Princes Street Market and Grand Parade Market, dishes out fresh produce, hot meals, and gourmet ingredients, Monday through Saturday.
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