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Ireland

"Legends of the Emerald Isle"

Ireland

Fully Escorted Golf Tour

20 June – 3 July 2020

14 Days | 6 Rounds of Golf

Free Call: 1300 55 28 55

Office: +61 7 5508 2250

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Early Bird Reward: Save EUR 400pp when you book before 25 November 2019

YOUR JOURNEY

When it comes to golf, Ireland delivers. This fully escorted golf tour will see you tee off at the ‘must-play’ stars of Irish links golf, which combined, deliver one of the finest golfing experiences. Once you have experienced these great layouts, you won’t be able to stop smiling. Beyond golf, Ireland is a land of unsurpassed beauty and fascination. While it is rugged along its jagged coastline, it is also idyllically serene in the hills and on the grassy plains that seem to stretch forever. No wonder this land has inspired poets and mystics alike.

You’ll begin your golfing journey in Limerick, where you’ll find absolute luxury at Adare Manor, charming and warm with an immaculate golf course which recently won the bid to host the Ryder Cup in 2026!

From Limerick to Killarney, you’ll see the magnificent Cliffs of Moher, Bunratty Castle, and Dingle Peninsula, and experience falconry up close. Play Ireland’s #1 course, Ballybunion Golf Club, and the iconic Old Head Golf Links for a surreal golf experience.

Finish in Dublin with the windsept links of The European Club. Go behindthe-scenes at the Guinness Storehouse, truly unique and fascinating
experience.

You’ll stay in the centre of Ireland’s best cities, soak up Irish culture and hospitality in popular pubs, go back to the ancestral roots of many Australians, take in the breathtaking rural landscape sprinkled with quaint villages, AND have the time of your life playing golf. While golfers play, non-golfers will be whisked off to explore the local treasures. This is a bucket list tour and “your cup will runneth over.”

 

 

DAY 1 | Saturday 20 June | DUBLIN

Welcome to the Emerald Isle! On arrival you will be met at Dublin airport and check into the Maldron Dublin Airport Hotel for a night at leisure.

Hotel: Maldron Dublin Airport Hotel, Dublin

DAY 2 | Sunday 21 June | LIMERICK

After breakfast, we bid farewell to Dublin and make our way out to Limerick. En route, we visit the Ballykilcavan Brewery and stop in for lunch at French Table. In the afternoon, you can opt in to tour King John’s Castle and St Mary’s Cathedral before we check in to the charming yet illustrious Adare Manor.

Bordering the peaceful waters of the River Maigue and surrounded by parkland Adare Manor is a true vision of beauty. Inside, the manor’s warm, cozy features will have you feeling warm and welcome.

This evening, we come together in the luxurious comfort of the manor’s Carriage House for an intimate welcome dinner with drinks.

(B, D) Hotel: Adare Manor, Limerick

DAY 3 | Monday 22 June | LIMERICK

Following a hearty breakfast, we step outside the manor to tee off our first round of the tour at the 2026 Ryder Cup venue.

Adare Manor is a uniquely scenic course offers a spectacular golfing experience amid the breathtaking surroundings of parkland estate. Planted throughout with mature trees, gorgeously landscaped, and bounded by the peaceful waters of the River Maigue, the course offers ever-changing vistas and thrilling approaches to each hole.

Non-golfers have the day at leisure to relax in the comforts of Adare Manor. Watch a movie in the Cinema or indulge in a treatment at the Spa.

Enjoy an evening at leisure.

(B) Hotel: Adare Manor, Limerick

DAY 4 | Tuesday 23 June | KILLARNEY

Enjoy a morning at leisure before saying farewell to the manor as we depart for Killarney. On the way, we’ll witness the magnificent Cliffs of Moher and explore the Burren Region. We’ll continue on to Bunratty, and enjoy a spot of lunch before visiting its star attraction, Bunratty Castle. The castle is accessed via Folk Park, a reconstructed traditional Irish village with smoke coiling from thatched-cottage chimneys, a forge and working blacksmith, weavers,
post office and more. There you’ll also find the Walled Garden with a beautiful array of flora.

After our sightseeing, we check in to Randles Hotel. Ideally located just a five-minute walk from the town centre, this elegant hotel is the perfect base to explore Killarney.

Evening is at leisure.

(B) Hotel: Randles Hotel, Killarney 

DAY 5 | Wednesday 24 June | KILLARNEY

After breakfast, we head off to play our second round at Waterville Golf Links.

This stunning links layout utilises a spectacular coastal location to captivate at every turn. There are few courses that can boast such a collection of unique and great golf holes. The view from the 17th, named Mulcahy Peak after its founder, is simply breathtaking.

Non-golfers explore the Ring of Kerry. Evening is at leisure.

(B) Hotel: Randles Hotel, Killarney

DAY 6 | Thursday 25 June | KILLARNEY

Today we explore the Dingle Peninsula, a highlight of the Wild Atlantic Way. First we visit Ross Castle, dating back to the 15th century. We then go to the township of Dingle where we’ll enjoy lunch before continuing towards Dunmore Head, the westernmost point of Ireland and all of Europe. We’ll drive through a landscape of prehistoric ring forts and beehive huts, early Christian chapels, crosses and holy wells, picturesque hamlets and abandoned villages.

Evening at leisure.

(B,L) Hotel: Randles Hotel, Killarney 

DAY 7 | Friday 26 June | KILLARNEY

After breakfast, we play Ireland’s #1 course, currently ranked in the top 20 courses worldwide.

Ballybunion Golf Club is a truly mesmerising links layout. Surrounded by Ireland’s largest sand dunes, it is almost as if this pocket of land has been sculpted purely for links golf. While its beauty seduces every golfer, Ballybunion provides a thrilling challenge. Its coastal setting often brings onshore winds to contend with and many holes call for strong and accurate drives.

Non-golfers head to Listowel for a morning at leisure. Explore Listowel Castle, Kerry’s Writers Museum and the Lartique Monorail.

Enjoy your evening at leisure.

(B) Hotel: Randles Hotel, Killarney

DAY 8 | Saturday 27 June | KILLARNEY

Today, golfers can expect yet another special round at Tralee Golf Club.

The first Arnold Palmer design in Ireland. According to folklore, Palmer created the front nine and mother nature did the rest. His design will stimulate your senses right from the first tee and promises to keep your attention right until the last putt drops.

Non-golfers will journey to the Burren Region to explore at leisure. Wander through the Kerry Museum and see the picturesque Blennerville Windmill.

Evening is at leisure.

(B) Hotel: Randles Hotel, Killarney

DAY 9 | Sunday 28 June | KINSALE

Today we make our way to quirky Kinsale, known for its historic streetscape and brightly coloured shopfronts. On the way, we stop at Killarney Falconry where we’ll set off with a falconer to see the magnificent birds up close performing amazing aerial acrobatics. In Kinsale, we check in to Trident Hotel, right on the harbour on River Bandon.

Enjoy the rest of your day at leisure.

(B) Hotel: Trident Hotel, Kinsale


DAY 10 | Monday 29 June | KINSALE

Ladies and gentlemen, the links you’ve all been waiting for… Old Head Golf Links.

One of the most picturesque golfing experiences imaginable, you’ll be playing on a golf course extending nearly 2 miles out into the Atlantic Ocean. With a network of caves and tunnels running beneath your feet, it will be a surreal experience.

Whilst the golfers tee it up, non-golfers will tour the Old Head Signal Tower, a beautifully restored viewing point of the Wild Atlantic Way. After lunch in Kinsale, we’ll jump aboard a 1-hour harbour cruise before meeting up with the golfers for dinner at Old Head.

(B) Hotel: Trident Hotel, Kinsale

DAY 11 | Tuesday 30 June | DUBLIN

This morning as we make our way to Dublin, we stop in at the Waterford Crystal Factory. See the exquisitely crafted vases, ornaments and glassware and discover how they are made.

After lunch, we continue on to Dublin and check in to The Alex Hotel, a luxurious boutique hotel in the heart of the city. Enjoy your evening at leisure to explore Dublin.

(B) Hotel: The Alex Hotel, Dublin

DAY 12 | Wednesday 1 July | DUBLIN

After a classic Irish breakfast, we visit the Kilmainham Gaol, one of the most significant monuments in Irish history.

We then continue on to the Guinness Storehouse, home of the black stuff, the heart of Dublin and an unforgettable finish to your Irish adventure. We’ll start with lunch before embarking on a tour of the Guinness factory.

After time to refresh and rejuvenate at our hotel, we will make our way out for an unmissable Irish experience: dinner, drinks and a show at the famous Merry Ploughboy Irish Pub. You’ll be entertained by traditional river dance and live music in Ireland’s only pub to be owned by traditional musicians and its history dates back to the early 1800s.

(B,L,D with drinks) Hotel: The Alex Hotel, Dublin

DAY 13 | Thursday 2 July | DUBLIN

Following breakfast, we step outside the hotel to tee off our final round.

This magnificent links on windswept Brittas Bay is Pat Ruddy’s home and his masterpiece. Eccentric and brilliant, it’s a fitting reflection of the man himself. The scorecard has a huge oversized box simply labeled “What My Score Should Have Been”, Pat Ruddy’s testimony to the delusional nature of golfers who love to tell bigfish stories over a Guinness after the round.

Non-golfers venture to Glendalough, a glacial valley, for a day at leisure. Explore the Monastic Settlement dating back to the 6th century, it’s a fascinating sight with stone churches and a 30-metre high cylindrical tower. We’ll then meet the golfers for drinks at The European Club clubhouse.
(B) Hotel: The Alex Hotel, Dublin

DAY 14 | Friday 3 July | DUBLIN

Time to farewell our fellow travellers and transfer to Dublin airport. We recommend you book flights departing after 3 pm. For guests continuing on to the England tour, you will be transferred to Shannon airport for your onward flight.

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Inclusions

Accommodation, including breakfast:

  • 1 night at Maldron Dublin Airport Hotel, Dublin
  • 2 nights at Adare Manor, Limerick
  • 5 nights at Randles Hotel, Killarney
  • 2 nights at Trident Hotel, Kinsale
  • 3 nights at The Alex Hotel, Dublin

6 rounds of golf:

  1. Adare Manor, Caddy inc.*
  2. Waterville Golf Links, Cart inc.
  3. Ballybunion Golf Club, Walking course**
  4. Tralee Golf Club, Walking course**
  5. Old Head Links, Walking course**
  6. The European Club, Cart inc.

*Carts available: Additional cost applies.

**Trolley inc.

3 lunches

2 dinners, inc:
Welcome dinner at Adare Manor
Farewell dinner at The Merry Ploughboy

Sightseeing / Experiences:

  • Ballykilcavan Brewery tour
  • Limerick to Killarney sightseeing: Cliffs of Moher, Bunratty Castle and Folk Park and Walled Garden
  • Full day sightseeing in Dingle Peninsula
  • Killarney Falconry experience
  • Kinsale to Dublin sightseeing: Waterford Crystal Factory and Kilmainham Gaol
  • Guinness Storehouse tour

Non-golfer inclusions:

  • Ring of Kerry tour
  • Kinsale sightseeing: Old Head Signal Tower
  • Harbour Cruise

Other inclusions:

  • Luxury air-conditioned coach
  • Return airport transfers
  • Individual and team competitions with prizes
  • Fully escorted: Go Golfing’s experienced host & local guides
Tour Package Price

Early Bird Reward: Save EUR 400pp when you book before 25 November 2019

Early Bird Pricing

Golfer Twin Share – EUR 7,028 pp

Non-golfer Twin Share – EUR 5,275 pp

Golfer Single – EUR 9,509 pp

Retail Pricing

Golfer Twin Share – EUR 7,428 pp

Non-Golfer Twin Share – EUR 5,675 pp

Golfer Single – EUR 9,909 pp

Deposits and Final Payments

  • A deposit of AUD 2,000 per person per tour must accompany your booking form.
  • A second deposit of AUD 3,000 per person due on or before 4 December 2019.
  • Tour package to be converted from EUR to AUD on 24 March 2020.
  • Final payment (including optional extras) is due and payable before 2 April 2020.
2007 England Brochure

2020 Royal England Golf Tour – Fully Escorted

3 – 16 July 2020

14 days | 6 rounds of golf

Join both Ireland and Enlgand tours 

How would you like to play the “Crown Jewels” of English golf? Basking in the prestige of golf’s most illustrious tournament, the Open venues you’ll tee off on tour read like a who’s who of England’s best links courses. The British line-up features the “Royal” clubs of Liverpool (Hoylake), Birkdale, and Lytham and St Annes. Add to this England’s most prestigious and revered inland golfing venue, Sunningdale Golf Club, and you have a tour that will make any golfer go weak at the knees.

On this fully escorted golf tour, we follow the “Old Blithy” golfing hotspots and make our way from Southport, England’s Golf Coast, to Liverpool, home of the Beatles, through to Oxford, a medieval university town with modern charm, to end in London – where the tower of London, Westminster Abbey and Big Ben await.

British delights abound: Sip a pint of ale in a centuries-old pub, hum along the Beatles’ hit “All you need is love”, cruise down the river in Oxford in a punt and flirt with the Royals at Madam Tussaud’s.

Non-golfers are well-looked after with a schedule of activities while the golfers indulge in their passion.

Stay on and experience the magic that happens first-hand at the British Open. In association with Authorised Provider, Scotland For Golf, we will take you to The Open at Royal St Georges. For something totally decadent, why not arrive in a helicopter to Royal St George!

GOLF

  • Hillside Golf Club, Manchester
  • Royal Lytham & St Annes Golf Club, Manchester OPEN ROTA, England’s #5
  • Royal Birkdale Golf Club, Manchester OPEN ROTA, England’s #3
  • Royal Liverpool Golf Club, Liverpool OPEN ROTA
  • The Berkshire Golf Club – Red Course, Surrey
  • Sunningdale Golf Club – Old Course, Surrey England’s #2

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SIGHTSEEING / HIGHLIGHTS

  • Manchester sightseeing
  • Lake District sightseeing
  • The Beatles Story visit
  • Mersey Ferry River Explorer Cruise
  • Oxford punting experience
  • London sightseeing
  • Madame Tussauds visit
  • Plus more for non-golfers

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PACKAGE PRICING (Early Bird Pricing)

Golfer Twin Share – GBP 6,488 pp

Non-Golfer Twin Share – GBP 4,764 pp

Golfer Single – GBP 8,988 pp

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The courses were absolutely spectacular, especially Old Head and the glorious Adare Manor. The Adare Manor accommodation was beyond comparisons and a great way to finish the tour. Being able to see the Cliffs of Moher was an added bonus. Graeme was a great host and very accommodating. 

James, 2019

Fantastic trip with truly wonderful golf courses. All the golf courses were excellent, but the stand out day was at Old Head, where we were blessed with a deep blue sky and the contrast of the green against the sea. The falconry excursion was amazing, as one got up close with these birds. Adare Manor was amazing and a real treat. 

Di and Stephen, 2019

So many wow moments for me, very hard to explain this to my friends and family who are all non golfers!!!!!! I love the history of golf and the pure links courses, they are all wow to me.

Rosalie, 2019

Put this tour on your bucket list as the golf courses we played are absolutely awesome. Great links courses mostly played on the British Open rotation.

Jaysen, 2017

Ireland is a wonderful place to golf! We were blessed with spectacular weather. The accommodations and golf courses were outstanding! Old Head was my favorite because of the challenge and the beauty. Everything was very organised and we thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. The team competition was an excellent way to meet others on the tour. 

Ann Margaret, 2017

I’ve done a lot of tours with Go Golfing but Old Head is a standout. Magnificent, stunning, challenging. We had great weather and all four of us played well. My most memorable day ever on a golf course.

Elaine, 2017
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