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Gather your group and enjoy this PerryGolf 9-Night, 5-Round Customized Tour to Ireland, featuring golf on the Emerald Isle’s hidden gems and culminating with Saturday and Sunday attendance to The 148th Open at Royal Portrush.

Start your journey in the heart of Yeats Country in Sligo, an attractive town with splendid storefronts and an array of art galleries and museums. Our golf begins on the West Coast of Ireland on the banks of Killala Bay at Enniscrone - The Dunes, a splendid layout finishing with four holes that parallel the Atlantic Ocean. Carne was the final course designed by renowned architect Eddie Hackett and he may have saved his best for last. Expect to face fierce breezes at County Sligo while Rosapenna is a stern test which architect Pat Ruddy routed beautifully through the high dunes. Ballyliffin - Glashedy Links opened in 1995 and is widely considered the nation’s premier modern links.

Your accommodations are deluxe - and convenient to the courses. The Mount Falcon Country House is four star and family run, opening in 2006 on 100 acres of delightful woodlands. Rosapenna, nestled on the waterfront, offers the ideal setting to recharge after a round of golf and Beech Hill Country House, located just 35 miles from Royal Portrush, is the perfect place for the final three nights of your Tour.

Of course, The 148th Open at Royal Portrush is highly anticipated because the Claret Jug will be awarded in Northern Ireland for only the second time in history. Max Faulkner won here in 1951 and Rory McIlroy, Jordan Spieth, Dustin Johnson and golf’s other great players will aim to add their name to the storied list.

Sample Itinerary in Brief
Day 1: US Depart
Day 2: Welcome to Ireland
Mount Falcon Country House
Day 3: Enniscrone - The Dunes
Mount Falcon Country House
Day 4: Carne
Mount Falcon Country House
Day 5: County Sligo
Rosapenna Hotel & Golf Links
Day 6: Rosapenna - Sandy Hills Course
Rosapenna Hotel & Golf Links
Day 7: Ballyliffin - Glashedy Course
Rosapenna Hotel & Golf Links
Day 8: Sightseeing
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Beech Hill Country House
Day 9: Attend The 148th Open
at Royal Portrush
Beech Hill Country House
Day 10: Attend The 148th Open
at Royal Portrush
Beech Hill Country House
Day 11: Ireland Depart

<Day 2 3 nights ~ Mount Falcon Country House

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Your Itinerary

The Mount Falcon Country House Hotel is located on 100 acres of magical woodlands between Foxford and Ballina, in County Mayo, a most beautiful part of the West of Ireland. Opened in July 2006, as a deluxe 4 star family-run destination, for the most discerning of guests. 6 deluxe rooms in the original house (including two suites), and an additional 26 premium rooms making up the full complement of 32 bedrooms. Facilities include a welcoming bar, wine cellar and first class restaurant that will specialise in the finest quality Irish produce. The onsite spa and leisure centre comes complete with swimming pool, loungers, steam room, sauna, gym while the highly trained therapists will be delighted to recommend the perfect treatment for you, pampering which will ensure a relaxing and rejuvenating experience.

<Day 3 ~ Enniscrone Golf Club

Golf today on Enniscrone (tbc), another of Irelands great West Coast links courses. Where the quality of the golf is matched by the surroundings, with the Ox mountains on one side and Killala bay stretching out to meet the Atlantic Ocean on the other side. Please note a very limited supply of golf carts are available for hire. Certain restrictions may apply, please advise your Golf Travel Specialist.

Click here for the golf course VIDEO
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<Day 4 ~ Carne Golf Links

Golf today on the Carne Golf Links (tbc) at Belmullet. Carne was the last links course to be designed by the late Eddie Hackett and is now believed by many who have played there to be his greatest challenge. Carne lies in splendid isolation overlooking Blacksod Bay, affording little disturbance to the natural and unspoilt environment that surrounds it. 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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<Day 5 ~ Co Sligo Golf Club

Play County Sligo Golf Club (tbc) at Rosses Point, annual host to the West of Ireland Championship and unquestionably one of Ireland's best golf courses. Located on an unspoiled piece of land, the course offers holes in many directions, making the Atlantic wind a constant and challenging factor. 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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<Day 5 3 nights ~ Rosapenna Hotel & Golf Links

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Your Itinerary

Dun na nGall, original Gaelic name for Donegal, means the fort of the foreigner. But no matter where you are visiting from, Rosappenna, with a warm and friendly welcome creates a congenial atmosphere for visitors to relax and enjoy themselves. 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.

<Day 6 ~ Rosapenna Golf Links

Today play Rosapenna - Sandy Hills Course (tbc). A fantastic addition to Ireland's already world renowned links courses. In many ways, the ideal of a modern links. Designed by Pat Ruddy and intended for the serious golfer, its narrow fairways appear constricting from the tee, but the landing areas sculpted from the dunes are deceptively wide. Measuring a hefty 7,255 yards from the tips, but a more manageable test of 6,356 yards from the white tees. Above all, the appeal of Sandy Hills lies in its beautifully balanced routing through the high dunes. 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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<Day 7 ~ Ballyliffin Golf Club

Today play Ballyliffin - Glashedy Links (tbc). This new course opened in the summer of 1995 and offers a modern championship test that is considered by many to be the best new links course built this century. Ballyliffin is Ireland's most northerly golf club and is often referred to as ''the Dornoch of Ireland''. Please note a very limited supply of golf carts are available for hire. Certain restrictions may apply, please advise your Golf Travel Specialist.

Click here for the golf course VIDEO
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<Day 8 3 nights ~ Beech Hill Country House

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Your Itinerary

Beech Hill Country House is gloriously set in 32 acres of woodland, lakes and tranquil well tended gardens, is famed for its warm welcomes and fine food.  It is conveniently located 2 miles from the walled city of Derry and 35 miles from Royal Portrush.  It epitomises Georgian elegance and gracious country living.  This family run hotel is where you are assured of warm and genuine hospitality.  Bedrooms are comfortable, cosy and well appointed with the Heritage Rooms in the original house with antique furniture while the Superior rooms are located in the new wing and have garden views. 




Sample Detailed Itinerary

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Day 1:

This evening depart the United States.

Day 2:

On arrival at the Shannon Airport you will be met by PerryGolf personnel who will assist you with your luggage and transfer to your transportation.

Your preferred arrival & departure airport options are dependent on your personal preferences. The closest airport to your first hotel/golf course is listed first. Some airports have direct transatlantic flights from US cities while others only offer service with connections through European hub cities. Our air department is available to talk through your air travel options.

Journey to your chosen hotel. 2hrs

Sightseeing Suggestion: Visit Sligo, a lively and attractive town with splendid shop fronts. It is also a significant cultural centre and has a fine range of art galleries and museums. Over 1,000 years of history have shaped the town, but it is literature that attracts many of its visitors. This is Yeats Country, and the subject of one of his best known poems is just outside the town, the Isle of Inisfree in Lough Gill. Sligo has many other attractions including its two fine cathedrals and Sligo Abbey; a Dominican Friary founded in 1252.

OVERNIGHT: Mount Falcon Country House - Superior Room

Day 3: Enniscrone - The Dunes image

Make your way to your chosen golf course. 20 mins

Golf today on Enniscrone (tbc), another of Irelands great West Coast links courses. Where the quality of the golf is matched by the surroundings, with the Ox mountains on one side and Killala bay stretching out to meet the Atlantic Ocean on the other side. Please note a very limited supply of golf carts are available for hire. Certain restrictions may apply, please advise your Golf Travel Specialist.

Click here for the golf course VIDEO

OVERNIGHT: Mount Falcon Country House - Superior Room

Day 4: Carne image

Make your way to your chosen golf course. 1hr 10min

Golf today on the Carne Golf Links (tbc) at Belmullet. Carne was the last links course to be designed by the late Eddie Hackett and is now believed by many who have played there to be his greatest challenge. Carne lies in splendid isolation overlooking Blacksod Bay, affording little disturbance to the natural and unspoilt environment that surrounds it. Please note a very limited supply of golf carts are available for hire. Certain restrictions may apply, please advise your Golf Travel Specialist.

OVERNIGHT: Mount Falcon Country House - Superior Room

Day 5:

Make your way to your chosen golf course. 1hr 5 min

Play County Sligo Golf Club (tbc) at Rosses Point, annual host to the West of Ireland Championship and unquestionably one of Ireland's best golf courses. Located on an unspoiled piece of land, the course offers holes in many directions, making the Atlantic wind a constant and challenging factor. Please note a very limited supply of golf carts are available for hire. Certain restrictions may apply, please advise your Golf Travel Specialist.

Journey to your chosen hotel. 2hr 10min

OVERNIGHT: Rosapenna Hotel & Golf Links - Classic Room

Day 6: Rosapenna - Sandy Hills Course image

Make your way to your chosen golf course. 0min

Today play Rosapenna - Sandy Hills Course (tbc). A fantastic addition to Ireland's already world renowned links courses. In many ways, the ideal of a modern links. Designed by Pat Ruddy and intended for the serious golfer, its narrow fairways appear constricting from the tee, but the landing areas sculpted from the dunes are deceptively wide. Measuring a hefty 7,255 yards from the tips, but a more manageable test of 6,356 yards from the white tees. Above all, the appeal of Sandy Hills lies in its beautifully balanced routing through the high dunes. Please note a very limited supply of golf carts are available for hire. Certain restrictions may apply, please advise your Golf Travel Specialist.

OVERNIGHT: Rosapenna Hotel & Golf Links - Classic Room

Day 7: Ballyliffin - Glashedy Course image

Make your way to your chosen golf course. 1hr 35min

Today play Ballyliffin - Glashedy Links (tbc). This new course opened in the summer of 1995 and offers a modern championship test that is considered by many to be the best new links course built this century. Ballyliffin is Ireland's most northerly golf club and is often referred to as ''the Dornoch of Ireland''. Please note a very limited supply of golf carts are available for hire. Certain restrictions may apply, please advise your Golf Travel Specialist.

Click here for the golf course VIDEO

OVERNIGHT: Rosapenna Hotel & Golf Links - Classic Room

Day 8: image

Journey to your chosen hotel. 1hr 20min

Sightseeing Suggestion: Enjoy a visit to Donegal, a thriving market town at the head of Donegal Bay, established as a Viking stronghold. The best way to see Donegal town is to follow the Tourist Trail, a sign-posted walking tour that begins in the Diamond, a square designed in the 1600s. The tourist trail is clearly signposted and includes such attractions as Donegal Castle, various churches and a Napoleonic anchor retrieved from the sea in the 1850's.

Sightseeing Suggestion: Tour the area surrounding Donegal town. Visit Killybegs, a major port in the Irish fishing industry and very lively when the catches are landed. Continue to Kilcar, a centre for Donegal Tweed, where visitors can watch the weaving and buy the cloth. The Cliffs of Bunglass are one of the most spectacular views in Ireland where the southern face of Slieve League drops sheer into the sea.

OVERNIGHT: Beech Hill Country House - Heritage Room

Day 9:

Today attend the Open.  Regular Ground series attendance ticket is included.

Sightseeing Suggestion: Enjoy a visit to Bushmills Distillery, the oldest licensed whiskey distillery in the world, established in 1608. Following your guided tour take a walk out to the Carrick a rede Rope Bridge. During the walk, along the Larrybane Cliffs, sea birds wheel and scream over the waves below. The Rope Bridge bounces and sways as one ventures gingerly along the planks above the rock strewn water 60ft below.

Sightseeing Suggestion: Enjoy the delights of the Antrim Coastline. Outside of Portrush lies Dunluce Castle. The jagged silhouette of the ruins of Dunluce Castle rises from the cliff edge above the sea. Continue to the lunar landscape of the Giant's Causeway. Legend has it that the causeway is the work of the giant Finn McCool, the Ulster warrior and commander of the king of Ireland's armies. The causeway proper is the most spectacular series of geological features to be found along the North Antrim Coast consisting of 40,000 columns rising from the sea.

OVERNIGHT: Beech Hill Country House - Heritage Room

Day 10:

Today attend the Open.  Regular Ground series attendance ticket is included.

Sightseeing Suggestion: Enjoy a visit to Bushmills Distillery, the oldest licensed whiskey distillery in the world, established in 1608. Following your guided tour take a walk out to the Carrick a rede Rope Bridge. During the walk, along the Larrybane Cliffs, sea birds wheel and scream over the waves below. The Rope Bridge bounces and sways as one ventures gingerly along the planks above the rock strewn water 60ft below.

Sightseeing Suggestion: Enjoy the delights of the Antrim Coastline. Outside of Portrush lies Dunluce Castle. The jagged silhouette of the ruins of Dunluce Castle rises from the cliff edge above the sea. Continue to the lunar landscape of the Giant's Causeway. Legend has it that the causeway is the work of the giant Finn McCool, the Ulster warrior and commander of the king of Ireland's armies. The causeway proper is the most spectacular series of geological features to be found along the North Antrim Coast consisting of 40,000 columns rising from the sea.

OVERNIGHT: Beech Hill Country House - Heritage Room

Day 11:

Depart Ireland from Dublin Airport.



Golf Schedule

Enniscrone - The Dunes image

Set along the scenic west coast of Ireland in County Sligo on a promontory that juts into Killala Bay, the Dunes at Enniscrone is a true Irish links. Hackett used the natural contours and the majestic landscape to craft this design. Altogether, 12 of the 18 holes wind through the shaggy dunes that border the coast. The course culminates with a magnificent stretch of four holes running parallel to the Atlantic Ocean. A sharp bump-and-run game is useful here.
Carne image

Carne sits in splendid isolation along the Wild Atlantic Way on the west coast of Ireland, overlooking Blacksod Bay. Minimal earth was moved to create this links and it maintains a natural, beautiful appeal. Enjoy delightful views encompassing the Atlantic Ocean and white, sandy beaches while navigating your round. The finishing hole, “Log ‘A Fola” features an ancient burial ground to the right and ample opportunities to kill a promising round before reaching the green on the par-5 that measures 541 yards from the tips.
County Sligo image

Breathtaking scenery and a phenomenal mix of golf holes blend nicely at County Sligo at Rosses Point. On the shores of Drumcliffe Bay, with the Ox Mountains in the distance, golfers play a course on rolling terrain that has challenged legends of the game from Byron Nelson to Rory McIlroy. The legendary American Tom Watson described the par-4 No. 14 as one of his favorites, while the strong quartet of par-3s aren’t overly long in distance but demand precise shots.
Rosapenna - Sandy Hills Course 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..
Ballyliffin - Glashedy Course image

Often called the “Dornoch of Ireland” because of its location on the country’s extreme northern tip, this links poses a challenge that makes golfers glad they travelled the extra miles. Fantastic panoramic views of countryside and coastline are available throughout the property, Glashedy Rock sits just offshore and it’s easy to see why Glashedy has earned the reputation as Ireland’s hidden gem. Ruddy, one of the co-architects, treated this as his masterpiece throughout the years, often returning to polish and enhance an aspect.


Accommodations

Mount Falcon Country House image
The Mount Falcon Country House Hotel is located on 100 acres of magical woodlands between Foxford and Ballina, in County Mayo, a most beautiful part of the West of Ireland. Opened in July 2006, as a deluxe 4 star family-run destination, for the most discerning of guests. 6 deluxe rooms in the original house (including two suites), and an additional 26 premium rooms making up the full complement of 32 bedrooms. Facilities include a welcoming bar, wine cellar and first class restaurant that will specialise in the finest quality Irish produce. The onsite spa and leisure centre comes complete with swimming pool, loungers, steam room, sauna, gym while the highly trained therapists will be delighted to recommend the perfect treatment for you, pampering which will ensure a relaxing and rejuvenating experience.
Rosapenna Hotel & Golf Links
Dun na nGall, original Gaelic name for Donegal, means the fort of the foreigner. But no matter where you are visiting from, Rosappenna, with a warm and friendly welcome creates a congenial atmosphere for visitors to relax and enjoy themselves. 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.
Beech Hill Country House image

Beech Hill Country House is gloriously set in 32 acres of woodland, lakes and tranquil well tended gardens, is famed for its warm welcomes and fine food.  It is conveniently located 2 miles from the walled city of Derry and 35 miles from Royal Portrush.  It epitomises Georgian elegance and gracious country living.  This family run hotel is where you are assured of warm and genuine hospitality.  Bedrooms are comfortable, cosy and well appointed with the Heritage Rooms in the original house with antique furniture while the Superior rooms are located in the new wing and have garden views. 




Ground Transportation

VW Shuttle Automatic

Avis: VW Shuttle with automatic transmission or similar, with unlimited mileage (including Vehicle Damage Insurance and Theft Protection Insurance).


Mount Falcon - exterior
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Enniscrone
Carne
Carne
Carne
County Sligo
County Sligo
Rosapenna - Sandy Hills
Rosapenna - Sandy Hills
Rosapenna - Sandy Hills


 

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