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Escorted Golf Vacation Northern Ireland 2024

The Best of North Ireland Escorted 2024

Royal Portrush, St Patrick’s Links & Royal County Down
8 Nights | 5 Rounds | June 6 – 14


This 8 night, 5 round fixed itinerary is fully managed for a party of 10-15 couples who will visit the North of Ireland. We begin in Dublin before two nights on the spectacular northern coast at Rosapenna, one of Ireland’s leading 4-star golf resorts. Remarkable golf includes Royal County Down, St Patrick’s Links and host to The 153rd Open, Royal Portrush. Sightseeing is highlighted by Dublin, the Giant’s Causeway and Dunluce Castle.

If you enjoy combining your love of golf with a passion for travel, you’ll find a relaxing and highly rewarding experience on this Escorted Tour for a party of 24-30. Every aspect is fully managed from the handling of your luggage and equipment to hotel and golf course check ins. Various meals including a full breakfast each day, guided sightseeing, carts / caddies, local taxes, service charges and gratuities (excluding caddies) are included in addition to sandwiches, snacks plus an open bar for beer and wine during our time at each of the golf courses.

We hope you will join us in Ireland for this most special tour in the company of like-minded new friends.

Photo Album

Date Golf Sightseeing Social & Events Lodging
Jun 6   St Patrick’s Cathedral & Trinity College Transfer from Dublin Airport and Welcome Party & Dinner Westin Dublin - Deluxe Room
Jun 7 Sandy Hills Fanad Head Peninsula   Rosapenna - Bayview Room
Jun 8 St Patrick’s Links Glenveagh National Park Glenveagh National Park  
Jun 9   Giant’s Causeway Dinner Bushmills Inn - Deluxe Millhouse
Jun 10 Portstewart Dunluce Castle    
Jun 11 Royal Portrush Bushmills Distillery  
Jun 12   Belfast   Slieve Donard - Resort Room
Jun 13 Royal County Down Downpatrick Farewell Party & Dinner  
Jun 14 Depart Dublin      

Royal Portrush, St Patrick’s Links & Royal County Down
8 Nights | 5 Rounds | June 6 – 14




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The Open FAQ's

Who won The Open in 2014?
In 2014, Rory McIlroy won The Open, sometimes referred to as The British Open or The Open Championship.

Where was The Open in 2014?
In 2014, The 143rd Open returned to England where Royal Liverpool (Hoylake) hosted The Open, sometimes referred to as The British Open or The Open Championship.

Who won The Open in 2015?
In 2015, Zach Johnson won The Open, sometimes referred to as The British Open or The Open Championship.

Where was The Open in 2015?
In 2015, The 144th Open returned to Scotland where the Old Course at St Andrews hosted The Open, sometimes referred to as The British Open or The Open Championship.

Who won The Open in 2016?
In 2016, Henrik Stenson won The Open, sometimes referred to as The British Open or The Open Championship.

Where was The Open in 2016?
In 2016, The 145th Open returned to Scotland where Royal Troon hosted The Open, sometimes referred to as The British Open or The Open Championship.

Who won The Open in 2017?
In 2017, Jordan Spieth won The Open, sometimes referred to as The British Open or The Open Championship.

Where was The Open in 2017?
In 2017, The 146th Open returned to England where Royal Birkdale hosted The Open, sometimes referred to as The British Open or The Open Championship.

Who won The Open in 2018?
In 2018, Francesco Molinari won The Open, sometimes referred to as The British Open or The Open Championship.

Where was The Open in 2018?
In 2018, The 147th Open returned to Scotland where Carnoustie hosted The Open, sometimes referred to as The British Open or The Open Championship.

Who won The Open in 2019?
In 2019, Shane Lowry won The Open, sometimes referred to as The British Open or The Open Championship.

Where was The Open in 2019?
In 2019, The 148th Open returned to Northern Ireland where Royal Portrush hosted The Open, sometimes referred to as The British Open or The Open Championship.

Where was The Open in 2020?
In 2020, The 149th Open was cancelled by the R&A due to COVID-19 pandemic and the Championship will next be played in 2021 as it returns to England where Royal St. George’s will host The Open, sometimes referred to as The British Open or The Open Championship.

Where was The Open in 2021?
In 2021, The 149th Open returned to England where Royal St. George’s hosted The Open, sometimes referred to as The British Open or The Open Championship.

Who won The Open in 2021?
In 2021, Collin Morikawa won The 149th Open at Royal St. George’s, sometimes referred to as The British Open or The Open Championship.

Where was The Open in 2022?
In 2022, The 150th Open returned to Scotland The Home of Golf where the Old Course at St Andrews hosted The Open, sometimes referred to as The British Open or The Open Championship.

Who won The Open in 2022?
In 2022, Cameron Smith won The 150th Open at the Old Course at St Andrews, sometimes referred to as The British Open or The Open Championship.

Where is The Open next year?
In 2023, The 151st Open returns to England where Royal Liverpool Golf Club (Hoylake) will host The Open, sometimes referred to as The British Open or The Open Championship.

When is The Open next year?
Next year The 151st Open will be played July 16 – 23, 2023 in England where Royal Liverpool Golf Club (Hoylake) will host The Open, sometimes referred to as The British Open or The Open Championship.

Where is The Open in 2024?
In 2024, The 152nd Open returns to Scotland where Royal Troon Golf Club will host The Open, sometimes referred to as The British Open or The Open Championship.

When is The Open in 2024?
In 2024, The 152nd Open will be played July 14 – 21, 2024 in Scotland where Royal Troon Golf Club will host The Open, sometimes referred to as The British Open or The Open Championship.

Where is The Open in 2025?
In 2025, The 153rd Open returns to Northern Ireland where Royal Portrush Golf Club will host The Open, sometimes referred to as The British Open or The Open Championship.

When is The Open in 2025?
In 2025, The 153rd Open will be played July 13 – 20, 2025 in Northern Ireland where Royal Portrush Golf Club will host The Open, sometimes referred to as The British Open or The Open Championship.

Detailed Itinerary

THURSDAY, JUNE 6: DUBLIN, IRELAND

Arrive Dublin Airport. Met on arrival where you will be transferred to your hotel, Westin Dublin.

Ireland’s capital, has fast become one of Europe’s most vibrant and cosmopolitan cities. The city has always had a reputation as a great historical city, and its strong links with world literature and the arts are readily apparent. It certainly has a lot to offer visitors - not least it's diverse attractions. There is a wealth of architectural detail with the medieval core of the city surrounded by elegant Georgian squares. A great way to see Dublin is on foot and be sure to take a break from your sightseeing by stopping into one of Dublin's many pubs and bars, or after a long, busy day get yourself a quiet pint, and enjoy the craic.

Amongst the many attractions are St.Patrick’s Cathedral and Trinity College to view the Book of Kells in the College Library. There is a wealth of architectural detail with the medieval core of the city surrounded by elegant Georgian squares.

The best shopping is to be found on Grafton Street, located between Trinity College and St Stephen's Green. A pedestrianised street with fashionable stores such as Brown Thomas, the department store catering for many designer showcases, both foreign and local. Dublin's leading and most exclusive jewellers, Weirs, is also here, as well as the most popular of the famous Bewley's Cafés. Other principal shopping streets in the area include Wicklow Street, Dawson Street, and South Great Georges Street.

This evening attend our Welcome Party & Dinner in the Westin Dublin.

OVERNIGHT: Westin Dublin – Deluxe Room

FRIDAY, JUNE 7: ROSAPENNA, IRELAND

GOLF: Today play Rosapenna – Sandy Hills Links. Considered the ideal modern links, each hole cuts directly through the dunes and provides spectacular views that might ease the sting from a bad score or two. The fairways appear narrow from the teeing ground, but are actually fair and wide, even generous in spots. Many tees and greens are elevated as the holes run north and south across the property. Holes 6-thru-13 are the meat of the course, and the par-3 7th is memorable for its tiny green.

SIGHSEEING: Following lunch you can relax and enjoy the surroundings of the Rosapenna Hotel & Golf Resort or the option exists to visit the Fanad Head Peninsula, part of the Wild Atlantic Way by crossing the Harry Blaney Bridge to visit the much photographed lighthouse. Following the shipwreck of the HMS Saldanha in the waters of Lough Swilly in 1812, the lighthouse was built. Its fixed light showed red to sea and white towards the Lough, and could be seen for fourteen miles in clear weather. Fanad Head is just one of the 15 Wonders of the Wild Atlantic Way.

OVERNIGHT: Rosapenna Hotel & Golf Links – Bay View Room

SATURDAY, JUNE 8: ROSAPENNA, IRELAND

GOLF: Today play Rosapenna – St Patrick’s Links. Designed by Tom Doak and opened in 2021, St Patrick’s Links is a sprawling links that is destined to become a modern great. It sits on the most magnificent piece of links land, west coast of Ireland scenery, with enough variety in dimension to present a real diversity of golf holes. The routing takes golfers on a journey through huge dunes, to high above Sheephaven Bay, along the coast, then back over some more gentle dunes. With plenty of width and an eclectic mix of naturalised bunkers, the course is destined to become a must play.

SIGHTSEEING: Enjoy a visit to Glenveagh National Park lies in the heart of the Derryveagh Mountains in the north-west of Co. Donegal. It is a remote and hauntingly beautiful wilderness of rugged mountains and pristine lakes. The park consists of 16,000 hectares of wilderness, lakes and mountains. Take a guided tour of the castle, walk in the gardens or wander through the fantastic scenery. Glenveagh also boasts the largest herd of red deer in Ireland and has also re-introduced the Golden Eagle to Irish Shores.

OVERNIGHT: Rosapenna Hotel & Golf Links – Bay View Room

SUNDAY, JUNE 9: PORTRUSH, NORTHERN IRELAND

Departing Rosapenna this morning we drive to the City of Derry and cross into Northern Ireland. Enjoy a walking tour of Ireland's only completely intact Walled City. Learn about the Siege, Emigration and Troubles on this unique walking tour. Dating back to the 6th century, the city of Derry~Londonderry is steeped in history at every turn. St Columba founded a monastery here and the city's name comes from the old Irish word for Oak grove. The impressive City Walls provide a unique promenade to view the layout of the original town which still preserves its Renaissance style street plan. It is one of the few cities in Europe that never saw its fortifications breached, withstanding several sieges.

Following the stop in Derry continue towards Bushmills and check in at the Bushmills Inn.

This afternoon the option exists to visit the Giants Causeway. According to legend, the symmetrical columns reaching out to sea were the work of the giant, Finn MacCool. Today geologists try to convince us that thousands of polygonal columns were formed 55 million years ago, when a lava flow cooled and solidified, and that the oldest rocks of the Causeway started posing for visitors about 600 million years ago. The facts and the fiction of this “World Heritage Site” are vividly presented in the Causeway Centre, where there is an audio-visual theatre, tea room and gift shop.

This evening enjoy dinner with your group in a local restaurant (included).

OVERNIGHT: Bushmills Inn – Deluxe Millhouse Room

MONDAY, JUNE 10: PORTRUSH, NORTHERN IRELAND

GOLF: Today play Portstewart – Strand Course. Possibly, indeed probably, The Strand Course at Portstewart has always been inspired by her renowned neighbors Royal County Down and Royal Portrush to join the ranks of Northern Ireland’s leading layouts. The original course opened in 1908, was largely reinvented by the great Willie Park in the early 1920’s, then updated again in the 1980s. Next after a healthy investment to acquire a range of massive, untouched sand dunes called “Thistly Hollow”, seven outstanding new holes were constructed that make for an opening nine considered one of the best in links golf.

SIGHTSEEING: Enjoy a day of touring the Antrim Coastline. Visit the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, a 2km coastal walk with views of Rathlin, Scottish Isles and Carrick-a-Rede Island. Home to guillemots, razorbills, kittiwakes and fulmars. The first rope bridge linking the mainland to the island was first erected by salmon fishermen in 1755. Suspended almost 100ft above the Atlantic Ocean, you don’t have to cross the bridge if you have a fear of heights!! Ballintoy Harbour can be discovered in the picturesque village of Ballintoy. Known as a ‘raised beach’, it is accessed by a spectacular, steep winding road, it is a painter’s paradise with sea stacks, rocky islands, pools and busy harbour. Dunluce Castle is one of the most picturesque and romantic of Irish Castles. With evidence of settlement from the first millennium, the present castle ruins date mainly from the 16th and 17th centuries. It was inhabited by both the feuding McQuillan and MacDonnell clans and historical and archaeological exhibits are on display.

OVERNIGHT: Bushmills Inn – Deluxe Millhouse Room

TUESDAY, JUNE 11: PORTRUSH, NORTHERN IRELAND

GOLF: Play today at Royal Portrush. Northern Ireland’s Royal Portrush (Est 1888) is routinely ranked among the World Top 15 and never less than fifth among the great clubs of the UK and Ireland. It is the only club outside of Great Britain to host The Open which it has done twice; in 1951 and 2019. Harry Colt is largely responsible for the current layout which opened in 1932. He chose the high ground on magnificent dunes land the club had acquired for two courses that was full of deep valleys, long ridges and large plateaus. His achievement here is how the holes follow the sand formations and the greens which are some of the most cleverly conceived in golf. Changes were made in advance of The 148th Open that included two new holes, the exceptional 7th and 8th, which turned the old 17th and 18th into a staging ground for the championship.

SIGHTSEEING: Travel with the golfers to Royal Portrush and watch the golfers tee off at this historic golf venue. Enjoy free time to explore Portrush or relax and have lunch at the Bushmills Inn.

After golf the group will all have the option to visit Bushmills Distillery. Bushmills is home to the world’s oldest licensed whiskey distillery. Official records stretch back to 1608, when the area was granted its license to distil. Over 400 years later, whiskey is still being made in Bushmills, thanks to experience and craft passed down from generation to generation.

OVERNIGHT: Bushmills Inn – Deluxe Millhouse Room

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12: NEWCASTLE, NORTHERN IRELAND

SIGHTSEEING: Check out and depart from Bushmills travelling south to the historic City of Belfast. Enjoy a city tour with a visit to Titanic Belfast beside the Titanic Slipways, the Harland & Wolff Drawing Offices and Hamilton Graving Dock – the very place where Titanic was designed, built and launched. Titanic Belfast tells the story of Titanic from her conception, through her construction and launch, to her maiden voyage and subsequent place in history. Stop at the Crown Liquor Saloon, this pub in Great Victoria Street is one of the best known in Northern Ireland. Dating back to the 1880s, The Crown is a gem of the Victorian era and still boasts many of its original features, including gaslighting.

Continue south from Belfast to Newcastle, Co Down and check in at the Slieve Donard Hotel.

OVERNIGHT: Slieve Donard Resort & Spa – Resort Room

THURSDAY, JUNE 13: NEWCASTLE, NORTHERN IRELAND

GOLF: Play today Royal County Down. Northern Ireland’s Royal County Down is routinely ranked among the World Top 5 and never less than first or second among the great clubs of the UK and Ireland for two reasons: the beauty of the setting and the brilliance of the design. Old Tom Morris authored the first 18 hole course here and gets a healthy share of the credit for this masterpiece but George Coombe and Harry Colt also had a hand in it, as have Donald Steele and Martin & Ebert in recent years. None would dispute however, that the site as it was found with its rugged dunes, natural corridors and hollows, golden gorse and purple heather was destined for greatness. The ninth stands out among many. This 427-yard par 4 begins with a blind tee shot to a fairway found eighty feet down a sidehill plunge where two cross bunkers protect a green saddled between two dunes.

SIGHTSEEING: Visit Downpatrick an important historical town, which until recently was almost entirely surrounded by water. It is here that you should visit the Saint Patrick Centre, which tells the story of Ireland’s patron Saint before visiting the traditional site of St. Patrick’s Grave in the nearby grounds of Down Cathedral. Enjoy a visit to Mount Stewart, Northern Ireland’s most celebrated garden. This great diversity of style and plants from every continent were ingeniously combined by Edith, Lady Londonderry to produce a garden of outstanding quality and character.

This evening enjoy our Farewell Party & Dinner at Slieve Donard Resort & Spa.

OVERNIGHT: Slieve Donard Resort & Spa – Resort Room

THURSDAY, JUNE 14: NEWCASTLE, NORTHERN IRELAND

After breakfast transfer to Dublin or Belfast Airport for homeward flights.

Golf Schedule

Rosapenna - Sandy Hills Links image

Considered the ideal modern links, each hole cuts directly through the dunes and provides spectacular views that might ease the sting from a bad score or two. The fairways appear narrow from the teeing ground, but are actually fair and wide, even generous in spots. Many tees and greens are elevated as the holes run north and south across the property. Holes 6-thru-13 are the meat of the course, and the par-3 7th is memorable for its tiny green..

Rosapenna - St Patrick's Links image

Designed by Tom Doak and opened in 2021.  A sprawling links that is destined to become a modern great. It sits on the most magnificent piece of links land, west coast of Ireland scenery, with enough variety in dimension to present a real diversity of golf holes. The routing takes golfers on a journey through huge dunes, to high above Sheephaven Bay, along the coast, then back over some more gentle dunes.  With plenty of width and an eclectic mix of naturalised bunkers, the course is destined to become a must play.

Portstewart - Strand Course image

Possibly, indeed probably, The Strand Course at Portstewart has always been inspired by her renowned neighbors Royal County Down and Royal Portrush to join the ranks of Northern Ireland’s leading layouts.  The original course opened in 1908, was largely reinvented by the great Willie Park in the early 1920’s, then updated again in the 1980s.  Next after a healthy investment to acquire a range of massive, untouched sand dunes called “Thistly Hollow”, seven outstanding new holes were constructed that make for an opening nine considered one of the best in links golf. Please note a very limited supply of golf carts are available for hire. Certain restrictions may apply, please advise your Golf Travel Specialist.

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Portstewart Golf Club, Northern Ireland by LINKS Magazine

Royal County Down image

Northern Ireland’s Royal County Down is routinely ranked among the World Top 5 and never less than first or second among the great clubs of the UK and Ireland for two reasons: the beauty of the setting and the brilliance of the design. Old Tom Morris authored the first 18 hole course here and gets a healthy share of the credit for this masterpiece but George Coombe and Harry Colt also had a hand in it, as have Donald Steele and Martin & Ebert in recent years.  None would dispute however, that the site as it was found with its rugged dunes, natural corridors and hollows, golden gorse and purple heather was destined for greatness.  The ninth stands out among many.  This 427-yard par 4 begins with a blind tee shot to a fairway found eighty feet down a sidehill plunge where two cross bunkers protect a green saddled between two dunes.

Click here for the golf course VIDEO

Click here for the golf course IMAGE GALLERY

Royal County Down Golf Club, Northern Ireland by LINKS Magazine

Royal Portrush - Dunluce image

Northern Ireland’s Royal Portrush (Est 1888) is routinely ranked among the World Top 15 and never less than fifth among the great clubs of the UK and Ireland.  It is the only club outside of Great Britain to host The Open which it has done twice; in 1951 and 2019.  Harry Colt is largely responsible for the current layout which opened in 1932.  He chose the high ground on magnificent dunes land the club had acquired for two courses that was full of deep valleys, long ridges and large plateaus. His achievement here is how the holes follow the sand formations and the greens which are some of the most cleverly conceived in golf. Changes were made in advance of The 148th Open that included two new holes, the exceptional 7th and 8th, which turned the old 17th and 18th into a staging ground for the championship.

Click here for the golf course DRONE VIDEO

Click here for the golf course VIDEO

Click here for the golf course IMAGE GALLERY

WEBCAST - A Greenside Chat: "The Story of Where There's a Wilma, There's a Way ~ Wilma Erskine"

Royal Portrush Golf Club, Northern Ireland by LINKS Magazine

Accommodations

The Westin Dublin image

The Westin Dublin lies in the heart of Dublin City, steps from Trinity College, the fashionable shops of Grafton St and the lively Temple Bar area. Escape to their contemporary designed guest rooms and suites and delight in the refreshing details of five star hospitality in this calming and tranquil haven, the perfect place to call home during your visit to Dublin City. Morelands Grill, a chic and urban steakhouse, serving exceptional food crafted from locally sourced ingredients. Open daily for breakfast and wholesome dinners. Venture beneath The Westin Dublin to experience the moody sophistication of the Mint Bar, a stunning cocktail bar concealed within the original vaults of a former bank. The expert team of mixologists blend vintage techniques with modern innovation to serve up simply delicious signature cocktails.  

 



Rosapenna Hotel & Golf Links image

Located on the edge of the picturesque Sheephaven Bay, Rosapenna is the proud home to two of the finest links in the world. The Old Tom Morris Links designed by Old Tom Morris of St. Andrews in 1893 and a modern great in the Sandy Hills Links laid out by Pat Ruddy of The European Club fame.  With a luxury hotel on site Rosapenna is the perfect venue for a golfing break or just a quiet getaway in this beautiful corner of Donegal.  Tranquil lounges and elegant dining areas overlooking the bay combine to set the ambience. A choice of bedrooms ranging from standard to deluxe with sea views provide the comforts and style one would expect from a hotel with such history. This is a haven of tranquillity where you can recharge after a day on the links or simply escape from the pressures of modern-day living.



Bushmills Inn image

In the village that is home to the worlds oldest distillery, between the Giants Causeway and Royal Portrush Golf Club this award winning hotel and restaurant has been outstandingly successful in re-creating it's origins as an old Coaching and Mill House. Open peat fires, gas lights and striped pine set the tone in this living museum of Ulster Hospitality while the Restaurant has an international reputation in serving the best of new Irish cuisine. In 2009, Bushmills Inn unveilled a new extension consisting of 19 oversized bedrooms and a new reception, bringing the total rooms to 41 which allowed the hotel to advance to a Four Star property whilst still maintaining the same theme throughout.

Slieve Donard Resort & Spa image

Situated at the foot of the beautiful Mountains of Mourne, the Slieve Donard Resort & Spa stands in six acres of private grounds which extend to an extensive golden strand. Originally a luxurious railway hotel, the Slieve Donard Resort & Spa is owned by the Hastings Hotels Group, and offers fine accommodation and excellent facilities. Recently celebrating its Centenary, the Slieve Donard at Newcastle is truly one of Ireland's great holiday hotels. Apart from the obvious attraction for golfers, the hotel is also an ideal setting for fishing, horse riding and mountain walks. The hotel has undergone a complete modernisation and refurbishment to all bedrooms. In 2006, after a 15 million pound refurbishment the new Spa and bedroom wing opened its doors with the Spa providing one of the finest facilities in all of Ireland. Situated on two floors and with stunning views across the Irish Sea and the Mourne Mountains. A wide range of fitness and leisure experiences cover the ground floor, including a 20 metre pool, high tech gymnasium and the restaurant and lounge. On the first floor guests are transported to a zone of complete peace and tranquility with E'Spa, the world-renowned Spa company, a luxurious range of therapies have been created to truly balance mind, body and soul which can be enjoyed in any one of 16 treatment suites.

Ground Transportation

Your local ground transportation will be provided throughout by comfortable air conditioned motorcoaches ensuring a relaxing and safe travel environment. Your PerryGolf Host will accompany you throughout the tour and be present at all social functions, taking care of the finer details. This way you can relax with complete confidence that the logistics of your vacation are in expert hands.

Non Golfers will typically have organized touring options on golf days and dependent on the final numbers, an additional driver/guide may be added as required.

Royal County Down by Aidan Bradley
Royal Portrush By Aidan Bradley
St Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin
St Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin
Glenveagh Castle and Loch,County Donegal
Glenveagh Castle and Loch,County Donegal
Temple Bar, Dublin
Temple Bar, Dublin

 

Tour Pricing Per Guest

Golfer $9,595 | Non-Golfer $6,895 | Single Supplement $2,235

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Tour Inclusions

  • 8 nights accommodations with breakfast
  • Welcome & Farewell Party & Dinners
  • Green fees for 5 rounds of golf including caddie fee excluding gratuity.
  • Golfers Snack lunch with open bar following golf at each course.
  • 3 Dinners with drinks
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  • Airport arrival and departure transfers.
  • Ground transportation throughout by luxury coach for return transfers to the golf courses as per detailed itinerary.
  • Services of PerryGolf Tour Host/Manager throughout.
  • All local taxes, service charges and gratuities on included items (excludes caddie gratuities).

Not Included

Airfare to/from Ireland, airport taxes, visa fees | Drinks & any meals other than specified | Personal expenses

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Important Information

Golf Handicap Limit: The golf courses we play around the world offer varying challenges. Players often require to be of a certain standard to properly and fully experience them in the company of likeminded fellow golfers. We therefore set a maximum permitted golf handicap to participate on our tours and cruises; The maximums are 28 for men and 36 for ladies.

Golf Courses: The included list may be subject to change in the event of any club accepting any conflicting national or international event, or for any other reason. Should such a situation occur, PerryGolf will endeavour to book a course of comparable standard, and all booked guests would be notified of the change and replacement venue at the earliest opportunity.

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