South West Golf Tour
South West Golf Tour
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Your journey at a glance
Day 1: Waterville
Enjoy a luxury chauffer pickup from your chosen location, before setting out for day one of your world-class golfing experience. Our first course is Waterville – one of Ireland's oldest and one which has been structured in such a way as to make the most of its beautiful surrounds – the perfect location to start your golfing tour!
Day 2: Dooks
Your second day of golfing will take you as far as Dooks - located very close to the McGillycuddy Reeks (tallest mountain range in Ireland). Views of the mountains, and the coast at Dingle Bay will make your day on the game here especially picturesque.
Day 3: Tralee Golf Club
Tralee Golf Club is the location of today's golfing. An especially challenging course, located in a town that is famous for Irish food, music and hospitality – your time here will be unforgettable – both on and off the course.
Day 4: Ballybunion
We move on to Ballybunion today – a world famous course and one that is well known for being a challenge to golfers of all capabilities. Located on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean, the fresh ocean air and stunning coastal views will keep you inspired as you play your way through the course.
Day 5: Lahinch, Co. Clare
Day five takes you as far as Lahinch, Co. Clare – a beautiful Atlantic town, which as well as this fantastic course – offers surfing comparable to that of the Californian and Australian coasts. The renown Tom Morris was responsible for the course's development, as far back as 1894 – and it has been challenging and exciting golfers ever since. Golfers often consider the terrain here to be a challenge – but one that is exhilarating and unforgettable.
Your South-West golfing journey concludes today – as you take on the course at Doonbeg. The course here was opened in 2002, and was originally laid out by Greg Norman – better known for twice being titled British Open Champion. A newer course – Doonbeg has established itself as one of Ireland's most popular in the short time since its establishment.