The Royals Golf Tour

Ireland is a pure golfing delight, with over fifty top courses to choose from, including two of the top ten in the world, just one hour away from Belfast. Why not let us escort you on your golfing tour of Ireland?

[accordion_section title=”Day 1″]Northern Ireland GolfersFly into Dublin and meet your Golf Guide/ Driver.

Transfer to the Slieve Donard Hotel in Newcastle

Enjoy dinner in the Percy French + Restaurant[/accordion_section]

[accordion_section title=”Day 2″]Royal County Down Golf ClubPlay the world famous Royal County Down Golf Club

Enjoy Dinner in the quaint Harbour Inn[/accordion_section]

[accordion_section title=”Day 3″]Royal Belfast Golf ClubTransfer to the Culloden Hotel and play Royal Belfast Golf Club

Enjoy a pint of Guinness in the Maypole Bar in Holywood and dinner in the Dirty Duck[/accordion_section]

[accordion_section title=”Day 4″]Royal Dublin Golf ClubTransfer to The Gresham Hotel in Dublin and enjoy a round of golf at Royal Dublin Golf Club

That evening visit Temple Bar and dine at the Irish restaurant Gallagher’s Boxty House[/accordion_section]

[accordion_section title=”Day 5″]Fly home from Dublin Airport[/accordion_section]

The tour above is a mere taster of the golfing heaven that awaits you here in Ireland, and we have the vehicles at our disposal to make your golfing ‘pilgrimage’ the most comfortable experience possible”. As part of our dedicated concierge services and in conjunction with our partners we will ensure that your caddies, buggies and rental clubs are all in place, precisely when you need them.

Please contact us for further details or for a transportation quote for your trip. With plenty of experience amongst our drivers in terms of both social and competitive golf here in Ireland we will do whatever we can to enhance your or your guests golfing experience here in Ireland. And, when the golf is all over, we will be delighted to take you to the best local pubs and restaurants where you can re-live the day’s highlights and enjoy the world famous Irish “craic.”