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"Legends of the Emerald Isle"


Fully Escorted Golf Tour

29 June – 11 July 2019

13 Days | 6 Rounds of Golf

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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 Dublin at The European Club (links golf at its best), and wind your way through the very best the south-west has to offer with Old Head (which sits on one of the most spectacular landforms on the planet), Waterville (co-owned by golfaholic American hedge-fund zillionaire), Tralee (it convinces you that Arnold Palmer knows something about golf), Ballybunion (Ireland’s #1 course) and, last but not least, Adare Manor. Owned by another multi-millionaire with ambitions to bring back the Ryder Cup to Ireland for the second time, Adare Manor is set to reopen this year after a full Tom Fazio re-design and Ireland’s most expensive green fees!

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 area. This is a bucket list tour and “your cup will runneth over.”

Want more bucket list golf? Join the Scotland tour (11 – 23 July) and get a FREE flight from Dublin to Edinburgh.



DAY 1: Saturday 29 June DUBLIN

On arrival you will be met at Dublin airport and transferred to The Alex Hotel. Located in the heart of the city, this striking hotel is the perfect base to explore vibrant Dublin, with Trinity College, Merrion Square, and the National Gallery of Ireland all within walking distance.

Tonight you are invited to meet the crew and your Go Golfing host for a welcome drink.

Hotel: The Alex Hotel, Dublin

DAY 2: Sunday 30 June DUBLIN

After a true Irish breakfast, we visit the Guinness Storehouse, home of the black stuff, the heart of Dublin and an unforgettable start to your Irish adventure. We then continue on to the Temple Bar for lunch, before making our way to the Kilmainham jail, one of the most significant monuments in Irish history.

After time to refresh and rejuvenate at our hotel, we will make our way out for a true Irish welcome with a dinner show at the famous Merry Ploughboy Irish Pub. The evening includes beverages.

Hotel: The Alex Hotel, Dublin (B,D)

DAY 3: Monday 1 July DUBLIN

This morning you wake with anticipation as we prepare for our rst taste of links golf at The European Club. 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. We’ll toast our first round with a drink in the clubhouse.

Non-golfers: You’ll make your way to the Avoca mill, the oldest working handweaving mill, where we stop for lunch, before visiting the prize-winning Knockanree Garden.

Evening at leisure.

Hotel: The Alex Hotel, Dublin (B)

DAY 4: Tuesday 2 July KILLARNEY

After breakfast, we bid farewell to Dublin and make our way out to Kinsale. En route, we visit the Ballykilcavan Brewery and stop in Limerick for lunch. In the afternoon, we visit King John’s Castle and St Mary’s Cathedral before our transfer to Killarney where we check into the Randles Hotel. Ideally located just five minutes’ walk from the town centre, this elegant hotel is the perfect base to explore Killarney.

Evening is at leisure.

Hotel: Randles Hotel Killarney (B,L)

DAY 5: Wednesday 3 July KILLARNEY

After breakfast, we transfer to the Old Head Golf Links for one of the most picturesque golfing experiences imaginable. Imagine 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.

Non-golfers: After the golfers are dropped off at golf, we visit Charles Fort and after lunch, we cruise the Kinsale harbour before returning to Old Head.

Evening is at leisure.

Hotel: Randles Hotel Killarney (B)

DAY 6: Thursday 4 July KILLARNEY

Today we explore the local area and its attractions. First up, is Killarney Falconry where we’ll set off with a falconer to see these magnificent birds up close and personal performing amazing aerial acrobatics. Then, we are off to visit the Irish Whiskey Experience for an introduction to Irish whiskey before lunch in Killarney.

Afternoon at leisure.

Hotel: Randles Hotel Killarney (B)

DAY 7: Friday 5 July KILLARNEY

After breakfast, we transfer to 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 par three 17th, named Mulcahy Peak after founder Jack Mulcahy, is simply breathtaking.

Non-golfers: Unwind at the hotel spa. Enjoy an invigorating dip in the 20m indoor pool or relax in the steam room or sauna. There are also a wide range of treatments available.

Evening is at leisure.

Hotel: Randles Hotel Killarney (B)

DAY 8: Saturday 6 July KILLARNEY

After breakfast, we head off to discover the Dingle Peninsula, one of the highlights of the Wild Atlantic Way. First we visit Ross Castle, which dates 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.

Hotel: Randles Hotel Killarney (B,L)

DAY 9: Sunday 7 July KILLARNEY

Today we transfer to Tralee Golf Club for yet another special round. Tralee was 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: Enjoy a tour of the Burren region.

Evening is at leisure.

Hotel: Randles Hotel Killarney (B)

DAY 10: Monday 8 July LIMERICK

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.

Non-golfers: Sightseeing in the local area including the Bromore Cliffs, Nuns Beach and Rattoo Round Tower.

Evening at leisure.

Hotel: Randles Hotel Killarney (B)

DAY 11: Tuesday 9 July LIMERICK

This morning, we check out of the hotel to make our way to Limerick via Bunratty, where we explore its star attraction, Bunratty Castle. The castle is accessed via the folk park, a reconstructed traditional Irish village with smoke coiling from thatched-cottage chimneys, a forge and working blacksmith, weavers, post office and more. This evening, we partake in a fun medieval banquet and show at the castle before we check into the luxurious Adare Manor.

Hotel: Adare Manor, Limerick (B,D)

DAY 12: Wednesday 10 July LIMERICK

Following breakfast, we step outside the hotel to tee off at Adare Manor Golf Club. This 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.

This evening, we celebrate our victors and new friendships over a 3-course celebratory dinner at Adare Manor. The evening includes beverages.

Hotel: Adare Manor Hotel, Limerick (B, D)

DAY 13: Thursday 11 July

Time to farewell our fellow travellers. For guests continuing on to the Scotland tour, you will be transferred to Shannon airport for your complimentary flight to Edinburgh. A group transfer will also be arranged to Dublin airport. We recommend you book flights departing after 3 pm.


12 nights accommodation, including breakfast:

  • 3 nights @ The Alex Hotel, Dublin
  • 7 nights @ Randles Court Hotel, Killarney
  • 2 nights @ Adare Manor, Limerick

6 rounds of magnificent golf:

  • The European Club, inc. carts
  • Old Head Golf Links*
  • Waterville Golf Links, inc. carts
  • Tralee Golf Club*
  • Ballybunion Golf Club*
  • Adare Manor Golf Club, inc. caddy

* Caddies can be arranged on request (additional fee applies)

Tuition from a PGA tour professional available at the driving range prior to golf every day.

Welcome drink

2 x lunches

3 x dinners:

  • Dinner & show at the Merry Ploughboy Pub, inc beverages
  • Dinner & show at Bunratty Castle
  • 3-course dinner, inc. beverages

Sightseeing / highlights

  • Dublin city tour, includes Guinness Storehouse and Kilmainham Jail
  • Ballykilcavan Brewery, King John’s Castle and St Mary’s Cathedral
  • Killarney Falconry and Irish Whiskey Experience,
  • Killarney Ross Castle and Dingle Peninsula, County Kerry
  • Bunratty Castle tour, Limerick

Non-golfer inclusions:

  • Sightseeing in Dublin, Kinsale, Blarney, Burren & Limerick
  • Complimentary access to Randles Court Hotel spa (excluding treatments)

Other inclusions:

  • Return transfers from airport to hotel
  • Luxury air-conditioned coach throughout
  • Individual and team competition with prizes
  • Fully escorted by a PGA professional and Go Golfing’s experienced host
Tour Package Price
Retail Pricing


Golfer- Twin Share GBP 5767 pp*

Non-Golfer- Twin Share GBP 4400 pp*

Golfer Single- GBP 7847 pp*


  • Pricing in GBP (Greater British Pound). The package price will be converted to AUD on 1 March 2019 for final payment 11 March 2019.
Deposits and Final Payments


  • Initial deposit of AUD 2000 per person must accompany your booking form
  • A second deposit of AUD 3000 is due on or before 31 October 2018
  • Tour package to be converted from GBP to AUD on 1st March 2019
  • Final Payment (inc. optional extras) is due and payable on or before 11 March 2019
  • Refer to booking form’s Terms and Conditions for Cancellation and Refunds policy
  • Prices calculated as at 04 May 2018 tariffs
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2019 Scotland Golf Tour – Pilgrimage to the Home of Golf

Fully Escorted by a PGA Professional and an experienced Go Golfing Host

11 – 23 July 2019

13 days | 6 rounds of golf

Join both Ireland and Scotland tours and receive a FREE flight from Dublin to Edinburgh

Scotland is a destination that resonates with every golfer. With over 600 years of golfing heritage gracing its ancient dunes scattered along rugged coastlines, it is hard not to be overcome as you stand on that first tee. As you prepare to hit that first drive, looking out over the famous links land before you, you just know it will be a golfing memory to be cherished.

You begin your Scotland golf odyssey in vibrant Edinburgh. North Berwick will provide a delicious introduction to true Scottish links golf, packed with charm and history dating back to the 17th century. You’ll play Prestwick, the birthplace of THE Open. Following the greats before us, you’ll continue along the Atlantic coastline where Royal Troon, the Open Championship course, calls your name.

Our last stop is the Home of Golf, St Andrews. Our previous rounds will have prepared us for Carnoustie Golf Links, a fearsome championship course that has tested the greats for decades. We’ll play the coastline Kingsbarns Golf Links and the New Course at St Andrews. We can also play as much or as little golf with unlimited golf at The Torrance and Kittocks while we stay at the Fairmont St Andrews.

But what about the Old Course I hear you say? We’ll arrange for all golfers to go into the daily ballot – there is no guarantee but more than 70% of our clients had a great success getting drawn in the past. For those of you looking for a GUARANTEED play on the Old Course, we’ve got you covered. It is strictly limited to 8 golfers, so be quick to secure your spot early!

This is Scotland. This is the Home of Golf, and this is your chance to follow in the footsteps of the greats. While golfers play, non-golfers will be whisked off to sightsee.

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