Dublin & East Ireland Tour

Known for being the birthplace of Guinness, as well as hosting the 2006 Ryder Cup, Dublin has steadily been making its way up the golfing and tourist ranks. With over 100 golf courses within the County Dublin area, the East Coast of Ireland is definitely a golfing goldmine. Dublin’s nightlife is also the best in Ireland, with busy and popular places such as Temple Bar, and local pubs offering not only Guinness but traditional Irish delicacies such as colcannon and beef stew. Visit the Irish Whiskey Museum or Jameson Distillery for a chance to sample some authentic Guinness in its birthplace.

There are many links golf courses on the East Coast of Ireland. Dublin is adjacent to County Kildare, the home of the K Club 5-star hotel and the Palmer Ryder Cup Course, designed by famed golfer Arnold Palmer. K Club has hosted the Ryder Cup, European Open and the Irish Open. The Baltray course in County Louth has also hosted the Irish Open in 2004 and 2009. County Wicklow, a region south of Dublin, is home to the European Golf Club, which boasts a 20-hole course and one of the largest green’s in the world. Also in Kildare we find the Carton House hotel, which is another 5-star hotel in this area.

Dublin and East Ireland are filled with things to do and see, from museums, distilleries, golf courses and pubs and bars. You certainly won’t be stuck wondering what to do on a golf vacation to East Ireland. Our representatives in Ireland can help to recommend the best places to visit to make your trip worthwhile and fulfilling.

Recommended Dublin & East Ireland Tour

Key Features:

Ireland’s capital is worth a trip in itself, beyond the welcoming hospitality, creamy dark stout and musical talents of this great city, you’ll find a metropolitan hub of fine dining, architecture and commerce. Within easy reach of Dublin are some of the country’s best golf courses, making it an easy place to stay and explore a wide variety of golf from one central location.

Sample Itinerary:

Day 1

  • Arrive at Dublin International Airport, transfer into the city, and after check-in, enjoy the capital’s world-famous hospitality firsthand.

Day 2

  • After breakfast in the hotel travel out to Portmarnock Links, this Bernard langer design, while modern, has a very natural and understated layout and allows the terrain to speak for Itself. Return to Dublin for dinner and an evening tour of the Jameson’s distillery.

Day 3

  • Your second round of golf will be at The Island, this quaint, old-fashioned links course has one of the best back nines in the country. Dine at Michelin-starred Chapter One restaurant, for a culinary experience to rival anywhere in the world.

Day 4

  • Play the K Club, setting of the famous 2006 Ryder Cup, and home to one of the best spa facilities in Ireland. For equestrian enthusiasts, visit Ireland’s National Stud & Gardens, a thoroughbred horse breeding facility that is a true gem of the emerald isle.

Day 5

  • Designed and run by a legend of golf in Ireland, Pat Ruddy, the European Club will be the next majestic course on your tour. To unwind after the challenge, take a trip to Glenderloch, a glacial valley hosting an early Medieval Monastery from the 6th Century. On your return to Dublin, dine at the award-winning FX Buckley’s steakhouse.

Day 6

  • The stunning Royal Dublin Golf Club is a classic Scottish ‘out and back’ links, unusual in Ireland. Set on an exposed barrier island in Dublin bay, you’ll need to be wary of conditions. Finish your trip the right way, with a visit to the unmissable Guinness Storehouse, enjoy tales of Ireland’s world-famous beer, and share a glass on a rooftop bar with views of the city.

Day 7

  • Drive/Transfer to Dublin International Airport

Tour Summary:

6 nights’ accommodation in a 5-star hotel, based on twin/double share, including daily breakfast 

6 rounds of golf

Self-drive automatic rental car or transfers or chauffeur driven van 

On site assistance of a Premier Golf representative 

All taxes and fees included


From  $3,700

Based on travel in mid-season (Spring & Fall), group of 8 golfers sharing twin/double, 4-star hotels, transport in a luxury coach with driver.

Allan’s Tip

Be sure to check out the Brazen Head on Dublin North Quays, reputedly the oldest pub in Ireland, dating back to 1198. It offers live music, food and, of course, a great pint of Guinness.

This Tour does not include Flights, Dinner reservations (these can be arranged by our concierge team) Caddies or Carts unless stated (these can be arranged by your sales agent)

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