Dublin and Northern Ireland Golf Tour

Signpost Tours has combined the best of Dublin with the charms of Northern Ireland to create a tour to remember. As well as great golf, you will experience some of Ireland's most spectacular scenery and favourite tourist hot spots. See where the black stuff (guiness) is brewed or where Jameson Whiskey is distilled. Why not stop and see the Giant's Causeway or stop in for a pint at the Old Crown in Belfast.

Dublin, Ireland’s capital city and the surrounding area have a variety of superior links courses, inland jewels and outstanding new creations. In addition, all are within easy reach from what has become one of Europe’s most distinguished and cosmopolitan cities.

Northern Ireland is blessed with some of Ireland's most famous and highly ranked links courses. This region has experienced a major renaissance as a result of the recent peace initiatives. Now that life has returned to normal, many golfers are experiencing these superb layouts for the first time. One other reason to go - Northern Ireland was also recognized by the International Association of Golf Tour Operators as the 'Established Golf Destination of The Year' for 2001.

At a Glance

  • Eight Day and Seven Night Tour.
  • 5 Championship Courses including Portmarnock, Druid's Glen, Royal County Down, Castlerock and Portstewart Golf Club.
  • Guiness and Whiskey Tour.
  • Car Hire - Inclusive of Unlimited Miles/CDW/Theft Insurace/VAT TAX
  • Hotel Accomodation.
  • Price from 2100 Euros pps.

Tour Highlights

Portstewart Golf Club

Located on Ulster's picturesque Causeway Coast, Port Stewart Golf Club offers up three outstanding championship golf courses: the Old Course, Strand, and Riverside. The club celebrates a century old golfing heritage.

Druids Glen

Druids Glen Golf Club lies in County Wicklow 20 miles south of Dublin in the tiny village of Newtown Mt. Kennedy. It is less than one mile from the Irish Sea and within shouting distance of the towering Wicklow Mountains.

Portmarnock Golf Club

The world famous Portmarnock GC was established in 1894 and has hosted numerous Major championships including the British Amateur Championship and Carrolls Irish Open throughout its long and illustrious history. The course is generally regarded as being one of the top 10 links courses in the British Isles.