Ultimate Southwest Golf Tour

The Southwest of Ireland has arguably the greatest concentration of championship links courses for golfers to experience. The choices range from such established favorites as Ballybunion, Lahinch and Waterville, to the newest treasure of Ireland - the Greg Norman designed Doonbeg.

This tour gives you seven rounds at the most exclusive links courses in the Southwest of Ireland. It is a golfer's dream week.

At a Glance

  • 7 Championship Links Courses.
  • 8 Days and 7 Nights.
  • Hotel/B&B Accommodation.
  • Car Hire - Inclusive of Unlimited Miles/CDW Insurance/Theft Insurance/Vat/Sales Tax.
  • Price from 2300 Euros.

Tour Highlights

Doonbeg Golf Club

Doonbeg Golf Club is an 18 hole Championship Links course designed by golfing legend Greg Norman, set along 1.5 miles of beach and dunes in County Clare. With several spectacular seaside holes set amid undulating dune land, Doonbeg lives up to its hype.

Lahinch Golf Club

More than a 100 years old and the handiwork of Alistar McKenzie and Old Tom Morris, Lahinch is steeped in Irish Golfing tradition, a classic links experience in a stunning location just two miles from the Cliffs of Moher.

Ballybunion Golf Course

One of the most famous links golf courses in Ireland, indeed the world, Ballybunion is comprised of two championship courses: the Old Course and the Cashen Course.

Waterville Golf Course

Designed by the legendary Eddie Hackett, Waterville Golf Club provides the quintessential links experience, in an ideal location along the famed Ring of Kerry.

Old Head Golf Links

The Old Head is a remarkably dramatic piece of Ireland, protruding over two miles into the Atlantic Ocean. It is one of the most impressive locations for a golf course. The experience of a lifetime for intrepid, well-heeled golfers.

Westin Dublin Hotel

Behind the historic 19th century façade and situated in the heart of Ireland’s capital city, The Westin Dublin is the perfect retreat for any occasion. Walking distance from most major attractions including the shops of Grafton Street and the pubs and restaurants of Temple Bar.