Along the Atlantic coast of Ireland lie the counties of Galway, Mayo and Sligo. This region is home to many great links courses, including the highly rated Donegal Golf Club, and the challenging links of Connemara and the County Sligo Golf Club, Rosses Point. The ever-changing Atlantic weather ensures a variety of golfing experiences to challenge all those who are lucky enough to visit.
Arrive in Ireland. Drive to Sligo and play the County Sligo Golf Course, Rosses Point. This is one of Ireland's most celebrated courses and with the brisk Atlantic winds presents a true challenge.
Play Carne Golf Club. Carne Golf Links in County Mayo is an exciting links in a natural setting of considerable beauty.
Play Enniscrone Golf Club. Often referred to as one of Ireland’s best kept secrets, Enniscrone is a true hidden gem of Irish links courses.
Play Donegal Golf Club. The highly rated Donegal Golf Club has been described as the 'Muirfield of Ireland' and provides a real challenge for golfers of all levels.
Drive to County Clare and play the Lahinch Championship Course. Originally designed by Old Tom Morris, this is a true links course with many towering dunes overlooking Liscannor Bay.
Check out of hotel and depart.