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Classic Ireland

6 Nights | 6 Rounds including Ballybunion Old, Waterville & Lahinch




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Available from April to October, this six-night, six-round trip features the most famous and well-respected courses in Ireland. Tralee was the first course Arnold Palmer designed in Europe, opening in 1984. The ever-maturing links offers wonderful views from Barrow out to Fenit Island and across the Atlantic Ocean. Ballybunion Old is the most famous course in Ireland, featuring greens that are either elevated or nestled among the many sand dunes. This demanding links is often considered among the world’s best courses. Waterville opened in 1973 along the scenic Ring of Kerry and renovations by American architect Tom Fazio enhanced this course. Lahinch has enjoyed the supreme touch of genius designers of many generations, first Old Tom Morris, followed by Alister Mackenzie and Martin Hawtree. The Dell is a unforgettable par-3 with a tee shot to a hidden green. Read More.

Deluxe accommodations are provided at Killarney Park Hotel and Trump Doonbeg.

A VIP Coach with Concierge Driver is available for parties of eight, while self-drive options are available for parties of four.

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Sample Itinerary in Brief
Day 1: US Depart
Day 2: Trump Doonbeg
Trump International Golf Links & Hotel Doonbeg
Day 3: Lahinch
Trump International Golf Links & Hotel Doonbeg
Day 4: Ballybunion - Old Course
Killarney Park Hotel
Day 5: Old Head
Killarney Park Hotel
Day 6: Waterville
Killarney Park Hotel
Day 7: Tralee
Killarney Park Hotel
Day 8: Ireland Depart

<Day 2 ~ Trump International Golf Links & Hotel Doonbeg

Today play Doonbeg (tbc). The newest addition to Ireland's collection of storied links courses having opened in 2002. The course is located between Lahinch and Ballybunion on the west coast. Originally identified by the Black Watch Regiment as the preferred site for their course in the 1890's, it was overlooked in favor of Lahinch due to superior railroad access. Greg Norman has designed a magnificent links course, carved out of a landscape of grass covered dunes which border the Atlantic Ocean. Each of the holes offers wonderful panoramas of the ocean and the Irish countryside.

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<Day 2 2 nights ~ Trump International Golf Links & Hotel Doonbeg

Bed & Breakfast.
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Your Itinerary

Trump International Doonbeg provides a friendly, relaxed country house atmosphere, celebrating good taste and service from an earlier era. The Lodge Luxury Suites opened in Spring 2006 and draws inspiration from numerous Irish country houses, including Muckross House. Features will include, Period gas fireplaces with wood surrounds and details throughout, Stone floors in the entry vestibule waxed to a honed patina, Reclaimed antique wooden doors at prominent places/entry, Crisp wet areas/rainshowers with extra water pressure in Men's/Women's locker rooms, Spa with steam room, sauna, whirlpool, rainshowers, fitness room and Fine art commissioned for Doonbeg Golf Club that features the golf course and natural beauty of Ireland. Guests willl be able to have a pint or two in the pub, enjoy a treatment at the spa or simply relax by the fire. After a good nights sleep awake refreshed ready to take on the challenge of the links.

<Day 3 ~ Lahinch Golf Club

Play Lahinch (tbc). Originally designed by Old Tom Morris and later modified by Dr. Alister MacKenzie and most recently Martin Hawtree, the course has a vast array of grass covered knolls and sweeping contours. Optimal use is made of the many natural sand dunes, notably at the par three 5th hole, "The Dell", where the green is completely hidden from the tee. Lahinch is the permanent home to the South of Ireland Amateur Championship.

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<Day 4 ~ Ballybunion Golf Club

Today play Ballybunion - Old Course (tbc), Ireland's most famous course and consistently rated amongst the world's finest. Perched on a sandy cliff top, it makes its way through dunes and valleys with dramatic changes in elevation. The greens are often perched on mounds or carefully sheltered between sand dunes.

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<Day 4 4 nights ~ Killarney Park Hotel

Bed & Breakfast.
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Your Itinerary

In the heart of Killarney, the Killarney Park Hotel offers guests elegant and stylish surroundings coupled with first class service. All the hotels bedrooms and suites are luxuriously decorated to create a world of charm and comfort. The Health & Fitness Club provides a 20m pool, sauna, jacuzzi, outdoor hot tub, plunge pool and fitness centre whilst the new Hotel Spa encompasses eight private, custom built treatment suites, a specially designed relaxation room, hydrotherapy suite & a caldarium. Inside the treatment suites, serenity reigns supreme as you partake in an array of beauty & relaxation treatments. The award winning Park Restaurant provides time honoured traditional recipes with an original twist of creativity while in the Garden Bar convivial ambiance is infectious and encourages conversation and interaction when invited and privacy and tranquillity when desired. The Killarney Park Hotel is the perfect haven for total relaxation, offering supreme comfort, excellent food and the warmest hospitality. Please note the Killarney Park Hotel is a non smoking hotel.

<Day 5 ~ Old Head Golf Links

Today play at Old Head (tbc). The course was opened for play in 1997, and its success story has gone from strength to strength. It is now one of the most talked-about courses in the world. The Old Head is a remarkably dramatic piece of Ireland, protruding over two miles into the Atlantic Ocean. Nine holes play along the cliff tops, and all eighteen holes provide stunning ocean views. 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 6 ~ Waterville Golf Links

Play today at Waterville (tbc), located in the southwest corner of Ireland on the famous scenic route, the ''Ring of Kerry''. A spectacular location and an outstanding test of golf, Waterville has developed into one of the most admired and respected courses in Ireland. Following recent course design improvements by Tom Fazio, Waterville has now entered into the top 100 courses in the world. 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 7 ~ Tralee Golf Club

Play Tralee (tbc), the first Arnold Palmer designed course in Europe. Opened in 1984, this traditional links course has matured into a fine test of golf. The course works into the dunes and brings the exposed coastline into play, offering wonderful views from Barrow out to Fenit Island and the Atlantic.

Click here for the golf course VIDEO
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Sample Detailed Itinerary

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Day 1:

This evening depart the United States.

Day 2:

Today play Doonbeg (tbc). The newest addition to Ireland's collection of storied links courses having opened in 2002. The course is located between Lahinch and Ballybunion on the west coast. Originally identified by the Black Watch Regiment as the preferred site for their course in the 1890's, it was overlooked in favor of Lahinch due to superior railroad access. Greg Norman has designed a magnificent links course, carved out of a landscape of grass covered dunes which border the Atlantic Ocean. Each of the holes offers wonderful panoramas of the ocean and the Irish countryside.

Click here for the golf course VIDEO

On arrival at the 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.

OVERNIGHT: Trump International Golf Links & Hotel Doonbeg - Courtyard View Suite

Day 3: Lahinch image

Play Lahinch (tbc). Originally designed by Old Tom Morris and later modified by Dr. Alister MacKenzie and most recently Martin Hawtree, the course has a vast array of grass covered knolls and sweeping contours. Optimal use is made of the many natural sand dunes, notably at the par three 5th hole, "The Dell", where the green is completely hidden from the tee. Lahinch is the permanent home to the South of Ireland Amateur Championship.

Click here for the golf course VIDEO

OVERNIGHT: Trump International Golf Links & Hotel Doonbeg - Courtyard View Suite

Day 4: Ballybunion - Old Course image

Today play Ballybunion - Old Course (tbc), Ireland's most famous course and consistently rated amongst the world's finest. Perched on a sandy cliff top, it makes its way through dunes and valleys with dramatic changes in elevation. The greens are often perched on mounds or carefully sheltered between sand dunes.

Click here for the golf course VIDEO

OVERNIGHT: Killarney Park Hotel - Classic King Room

Day 5: Old Head image

Today play at Old Head (tbc). The course was opened for play in 1997, and its success story has gone from strength to strength. It is now one of the most talked-about courses in the world. The Old Head is a remarkably dramatic piece of Ireland, protruding over two miles into the Atlantic Ocean. Nine holes play along the cliff tops, and all eighteen holes provide stunning ocean views. 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: Killarney Park Hotel - Classic King Room

Day 6: Waterville image

Play today at Waterville (tbc), located in the southwest corner of Ireland on the famous scenic route, the ''Ring of Kerry''. A spectacular location and an outstanding test of golf, Waterville has developed into one of the most admired and respected courses in Ireland. Following recent course design improvements by Tom Fazio, Waterville has now entered into the top 100 courses in the world. 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: Killarney Park Hotel - Classic King Room

Day 7: Tralee image

Play Tralee (tbc), the first Arnold Palmer designed course in Europe. Opened in 1984, this traditional links course has matured into a fine test of golf. The course works into the dunes and brings the exposed coastline into play, offering wonderful views from Barrow out to Fenit Island and the Atlantic.

Click here for the golf course VIDEO

OVERNIGHT: Killarney Park Hotel - Classic King Room

Day 8:

Depart Ireland from Airport.



Golf Schedule

Trump Doonbeg image

It wasn’t until 2002 when Greg Norman, designed this magnificent par 72 links course…carved out of a landscape of grass covered dunes which border the Atlantic Ocean for over 6,800 yards. Offering panoramic views of the ocean and the Irish countryside on each hole, the layout stretches 1.5 miles of crescent shaped beach along Doughmore Bay. In line with Norman’s philosophy of ‘least disturbance, ‘he took the natural route in designing the links out through the sand dunes.
Lahinch image

Grass-covered knolls, sweeping contours and natural sand dunes mark this phenomenal links that routinely ranks among the top 100 courses in the world. Blind tee shots are unforgettable, and hiring a caddy is strongly recommended to help navigate Lahinch. Any course that claims three masters of architecture such as Old Tom Morris, Dr. Alister MacKenzie and Open Championship course doctor Martin Hawtree is one that must be experienced and savored like a nip of Jameson’s or a pint of Guinness.
Ballybunion - Old Course image

Carved from the earth, amid the dunes beside the ocean, the Old Course at Ballybunion features dramatic changes in elevation. It’s the most famous links in Ireland, in part because American professional Tom Watston, the five-time Open Champion, professed his love for the layout when he hoisted the Claret Jug in 1982. A natural, elemental design it is cut from the same cloth as Pebble Beach or St. Andrews, courses that needed only slight refinement by the hand of men.
Old Head image

Perched atop a cliff in a dramatic portion of Ireland, the links at Old Head is one of the world’s most discussed courses as golfers appreciate not only its magnificent beauty but also the diverse strategic options in ever-changing winds. The par-5 No. 17, ‘Lighthouse’ requires golfers to challenge the rugged coastline - or play conservatively and deal with a blind approach. The home hole is a daunting dogleg left par-4 with trouble awaiting on both sides of the fairway.
Waterville image

Located on the Southwest corner of Ireland along the “Ring of Kerry” this course routinely lands on lists that ranks the country’s best - and most enjoyable - links. The home stretch will linger as you enjoy a pint in the clubhouse by a warm fire. No. 16 is a dogleg left par-4 while the 17th is a tricky par-3 that demands a precise, powerful tee shot. No 18, known as O’Grady’s Beach, is a par-5 measuring 594 yards from the back tees.
Tralee image

Featuring scintillating views of white sandy beaches with the ruggedly wonderful Slieve Mish mountain range serving as a backdrop, this seaside links in southwest Ireland was the first course American legend Arnold Palmer designed in Europe. Each hole presents another gorgeous vista on a piece of property rich with history. The tower behind the 3rd green dates to the 1190s! And a member of the Spanish Armada ran aground in the 1580s to the right of what is now the 17th hole.


Accommodations

Trump International Golf Links & Hotel Doonbeg image
Trump International Doonbeg provides a friendly, relaxed country house atmosphere, celebrating good taste and service from an earlier era. The Lodge Luxury Suites opened in Spring 2006 and draws inspiration from numerous Irish country houses, including Muckross House. Features will include, Period gas fireplaces with wood surrounds and details throughout, Stone floors in the entry vestibule waxed to a honed patina, Reclaimed antique wooden doors at prominent places/entry, Crisp wet areas/rainshowers with extra water pressure in Men's/Women's locker rooms, Spa with steam room, sauna, whirlpool, rainshowers, fitness room and Fine art commissioned for Doonbeg Golf Club that features the golf course and natural beauty of Ireland. Guests willl be able to have a pint or two in the pub, enjoy a treatment at the spa or simply relax by the fire. After a good nights sleep awake refreshed ready to take on the challenge of the links.
Killarney Park Hotel image
In the heart of Killarney, the Killarney Park Hotel offers guests elegant and stylish surroundings coupled with first class service. All the hotels bedrooms and suites are luxuriously decorated to create a world of charm and comfort. The Health & Fitness Club provides a 20m pool, sauna, jacuzzi, outdoor hot tub, plunge pool and fitness centre whilst the new Hotel Spa encompasses eight private, custom built treatment suites, a specially designed relaxation room, hydrotherapy suite & a caldarium. Inside the treatment suites, serenity reigns supreme as you partake in an array of beauty & relaxation treatments. The award winning Park Restaurant provides time honoured traditional recipes with an original twist of creativity while in the Garden Bar convivial ambiance is infectious and encourages conversation and interaction when invited and privacy and tranquillity when desired. The Killarney Park Hotel is the perfect haven for total relaxation, offering supreme comfort, excellent food and the warmest hospitality. Please note the Killarney Park Hotel is a non smoking hotel.


Ground Transportation

VW Caravelle automatic 5-6 days

Hertz: VW Caravelle with automatic transmission or similar, with unlimited mileage, Collision Damage Insurance Theft Protection Insurance, Location Service Charge and tax. (Excess of €3,000.00 is applicable. Liability can be waived by purchasing SDW at time of rental)


Trump Doonbeg
Trump International Doonbeg
Trump International Doonbeg
Lahinch Golf Club by Aidan Bradley
Lahinch Golf Club by Aidan BradleyLahinch Golf Club by Aidan Bradley
Lahinch Golf Club by Aidan Bradley
Ballybunion Old by Aidan Bradley
Ballybunion Old by Aidan BradleyBallybunion Old by Aidan Bradley
Ballybunion Old by Aidan Bradley


 

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