Golf in Ireland’s Midwest
From links golf to parkland golf, our Golf in Ireland’s Midwest tour will satisfy your every golfing need.
- A round of Golf on 3 of Ireland’s best links golf course
- A round of Golf at the 2026 Ryder Cup venue
- Exclusive Yacht Tour along Ireland’s longest river.
Claire, Adare, Lahinch
Stay in some of the best of hotels in Ireland
Upgrade your golf journey with an extension of some of the greatest golf courses in Scotland
Playing golf in Ireland the first thing you think of is all of the links golf courses. With the ‘Golf in Ireland’s Midwest’ itinerary we not only highlight the best of links golf courses in this area, but also highlight sme of the best parkland golf courses this country has to offer. This tour will take you from Lahinch to Ballybunion, from Doonbeg to Adare, with a visit to Dromoland Castle thrown in there.
You will be met in the arrivals hall of the airport where you will enjoy a comfortable private transfer to your hotel. Enjoy the day at your leisure, relaxing and acclimatizing to your surroundings.
Meet your driver in the lobby of the hotel this morning. The Old Course at Lahinch awaits for your first round of golf of the trip. With the golf course running in and out of the town, comparisons can be drawn to the world famous Old Course of St. Andrews. Following this make your way to the Cliffs of Moher, a sheer precipice, soaring some 700 feet above the Atlantic Ocean and running for 8km’s along Ireland’s west coast. Enjoy the evening at your leisure back.
Your first experience of parkland golf in Ireland takes you to Dromoland Castle. One of Ireland’s hidden gems, Dromoland Castle brings you the highest quality of parkland golf. With many other activities available onsite, such as archery, falconry, fishing and horse riding to name but a few. Perhaps you will take the opportunity to also enjoy the famous Afternoon Tea at Dromoland Castle. Enjoy the evening at your leisure.
Back to links golf today, as you head to Trump International Doonbeg for your third round of golf. Originally designed by Greg Norman, the course was redesigned in 2014 and has since become one of the must play courses in Ireland. The afternoon is yours to enjoy at your leisure, perhaps venture down to Loop Head Lighthouse and the Bridges of Ross.
Get to see the parts of Ireland many rarely do and enjoy a diverse range of experiences combined with a burst of genuine Irish hospitality as you travel along Ireland’s longest river via motor yacht, meeting local people. A true taste of Ireland like never before. You will spend your final few evenings in the glorious Adare Manor Resort
Back to parkland golf today, as you set your sights across the pristine grounds of the Golf Course at Adare Manor. Not a blade of grass out of place this may be the best conditioned golf course in the world and will host the 2026 Ryder Cup. The afternoon is yours to enjoy at your leisure. The resort can host you for many activities, including falconry, clay pigeon shooting, a gundog experience and much more.
Your final round of golf on this trip will take you to the “Grandfather!” of Irish golf, Ballybunion Old Course. Famous for being Tom Watson’s favourite golf course in the world, they say after playing the Old Course at Ballybunion you understand the blueprint that some of the world’s best golf holes were based off. Back to Adare to enjoy the final evening at your leisure.
You will be met in the lobby of your hotel by your chauffeur where you will enjoy a comfortable private transfer to the airport in time to board your flight home.
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