The dial on your watch just clipped midnight and your cheeks are sore from all the smiling that has occurred attempting to sing along with the locals to their favorite pub songs. You give yourself a moment to take it all in as you contemplate retiring to your room for the evening.
Logic says that you should be getting ready for bed and tomorrow’s early round on yet another one of the best Ireland golf courses but you’re riding the fun out. The six hours of sleep won’t feel as bad since the previous nights festivities will be forever etched into your memory for this morning and years to come. Sacrifices like this are taken because how many times in your life do you experience the best Ireland Golf Holiday?
Have you always wanted to go to Ireland?
Have you pictured yourself sharing a Guiness in an Irish pub with close and new friends?
Have you always wanted to play the best Ireland golf courses?
If you’ve answered yes to one are all of those questions then we can make that happen for you!
When players think of the best links designs many automatically consider Scotland but we believe Ireland has more variety and value. They’re many fantastic lesser known courses which can be the deciding factor when choosing between the two destinations. We’re not discounting the fact that it’s nice to play Scottish courses who’ve hosted professionals for the Open Championship but it can be very pleasing to play a hidden gem that you haven’t heard or seen before.
Through our research of finding those hidden gems and the designs you have heard of before, your tour of the Emerald Isle will depend on how much travel you want to do.
The southwest corner has the best layouts for the least amount of travel time. Located in the counties of Clarke, Kerry and Cork you will meander through the rugged dunes of Lahinch, Ballybunion, Tralee, Dooks, Waterville and Old Head.
Outside of these six fantastic courses, the southwest corner offers a jaw dropping coast line that will have lush rolling green hills one moment and rugged mountainous peninsulas the next. Being so close to the water allows you to enjoy water sports, seafood and deserted beaches if you’re into those things. If you want to be pampered with a spa treatment, enjoy fine cuisine, sign along to Irish pub songs that you don’t know the words to, the southwest of Ireland has got you covered there!
As good as the southwest of Ireland is for their links designs and activities, a tour that visits Ireland’s capital and most recognized city in Dublin shouldn’t be missed. You’ll play Portmarnock in Dublin and from there it’s suggested that you also head to north to play Royal County Down, Royal Portrush and Portstewart. Northern Ireland can be a hostile environment but we pay extra close attention to the events that are occurring in this part of the world for your safety and well being.
Much like the southwest Dublin and Northern Ireland have an abundance of beaches, water sports, pubs, castles and other adventure activities that will give you something to do off the course. No matter what region you choose, you will enjoy the vast fairways, large greens, unforeseen hazards and quirky bounces that are links golf. Ireland surely is a destination to cross off your bucket list so why not make it happen and take advantage of the Peerless Coaching Experience in the process. You’ll return home with a clear mind and a personal lifetime coach to help your game if you begin to struggle.
With or without the Peerless Coaching Experience, take the first step to booking your luxury package by emailing us for a consultation.
We look forward to making this the best Ireland Golf Holiday you can ever imagine.