“My Irish golf adventure was thrilling! I got to play a lot of golf this time. Unlike my previous and only visit 15 years ago with my wife and daughter.”

Golf Courses

With nearly 400 courses to choose from, and more under construction all the time, we’re continually adding new courses to our trip roster.

Scheduled rounds of golf are arranged for you at these and other world class courses (often in the company of Irish club members).

Mount Juliet

Mount Juliet is a 72 par challenge course designed by Jack Nicklaus, with a 3-hole golfing academy and 18-hole putting course (site of the 2002 WGC American Express Championship).

K-Club

The exquisite K Club course at Kildare--designed by Arnold Palmer, it is the scheduled site of the 2006 Ryder Cup.

Old Head

Old Head Golf Links--rated one of the great golf courses in the world by Joe Carr (3-time British amateur champion & one of its designers), with terrain more spectacular than Cypress Pointe or Pebble Beach.

Ballybunion

World-renowned Ballybunion Golf Club (Old Course)--Tom Watson’s favorite course offers both a tremendous challenge and spectacular water views.

Ring of Kerry

Ring of Kerry courses including the Waterville Golf Links, known for its impressive length, intelligent bunkering and famous 12th hole.

Druid’s Glen--home to the Murphy’s Irish Open since 1995, this course easily rivals the pure beauty of Augusta.

Lahinch

Lahinch--a must play course, steeped in history, one of the best classic links courses in Ireland, spectacular tall dunes, wonderful bunkering and views of the Atlantic Ocean and Liscannor Bay.

Rathsallagh

Rathsallagh--not for the faint of heart, this course was designed by Irish professional Christy O’Connor Jnr. on undulating terrain with a variety of tricky hazards.

Killarney

--these three rigorous championship courses, rated among the top in Europe by Golf World Magazine, are set against remarkable visual splendor to provide an unforgettable golf experience.

Adare Manor

Adare--with a 14 acre lake anchoring the front nine, and the Maigue River meandering through the back nine, this parkland course is as famous for its beauty as its challenge (especially on the exacting 11th and 18th holes).

Tralee

--designed by Arnold Palmer with panoramic seascape views, Tralee is a true paradise for anyone willing to challenge this exceptional links course.