Play 3 of the best Courses the West has to offer including the 2019 Irish Open Venue, Lahinch Golf Club
Play 3 of the best links courses on the West Coast of Ireland in 3 days. Staying in the bustling town of Galway, enjoy 2 nights here including rounds at Lahinch Golf Club, Galway Bay Golf Club & Connemara Golf Club. All while been chauffeur drove by a local in a Luxury Mercedes Mini-Bus throughout the tour.
Lahinch Golf Club
Often referred to as the St. Andrews of Ireland, Lahinch is widely acknowledged as a must play on any Golf Trip to Ireland. Home to the annual South of Ireland Amateur Open Championship and a most worthy venue for The Irish Open in 2019, visitors will be able to recognise the stunning beauty of the natural links when watching the Best in the World take on this phenomenal links.
This Chrsty O'Connor Jnr design is set against the backdrop of The Burren and the World Famous Galway Bay. Simply stunning! Galway Bay was the club where one of Irelands favourite son's, Padraig Harrington, secured his first selection for the European Ryder Cup team when he finished second to Costantino Rocca in the West of Ireland Challenge on the European Tour in 1999.
After a stunning drive from Galway, you will arrive at a golf course that has earned a host of enthusiastic admirers. Tom Watson suggests this is " A true championship links. the elevated greens on the back nine are spectacular". While Peter Alliss suggests, "if there were a course like this on the West Coast of England, it would surely host the British Open." A must play when visiting The West of Ireland
Stay in Galway City
Choose from one of the many centrally located Four-Star Hotels in Galway City. Galway city was voted by Yahoo users as the friendliest city in the world to visit in 2016. With a myriad of summer festivals, the city is the most vibrant in Ireland. Galway is widely regarded as The Cultural Capital of Ireland and has a huge selection of bars, restaurants and shows for guests to visit. An amazing destination!
Why not visit coincide your trip with one of
Galway's International Festivals?
Galway International Arts Festival
The multidisciplinary festival takes place each July in Galway, Ireland and covers a range of art forms, including theatre, dance, music, opera, street spectacle, visual arts, discussion and comedy. In 2018, over 200 events took place in 32 venues over the course of 14 days with an attendance in excess of 250,000. The Guardian named the festival as one of the Top 5 Summer Festivals in Europe. The 2019 festival runs from July 15-28.
The Galway Races
Widely regarded as the highlight of the Summer season in Ireland, Galway Races offers you fantastic horse racing, live music and entertainment, stunning fashion, family fun and an electric atmosphere that continues to draw people from all over Ireland and abroad to experience first-hand the infectious sense of fun. The biggest racing festival in Europe runs from Monday July 29 to Sunday August 4.