Day 1 - Carton House Golf Club
Meet with Tailor-Made Golf Tour representative or chauffeur on arrival at Dublin Airport. Transfer to Maynooth and Carton House Golf Club. Play either the Montgomerie or O'Meara course at Carton House. Carton House will host the 2005 Irish Open and will soon be the headquarters of the Golfing Union of Iteland. The Island, one of Ireland's most underrated links. Transfer to Dublin City accommodation. Overnight in Dublin.
Day 2 - County Louth Golf Club (Baltray)
Journey north to the coastal town of Drogheda and the golf links at Baltray. Always highly regarded in Irish golf as a first class links, Baltray has held numerous prestigious Irish championships before hosting the Irish Open in 2004 (won by Brett Rumford). Return to Dublin.
Day 3 - The Island Golf Club
Meet with Tailor-Made Golf Tour representative or chauffeur on arrival at Dublin Airport. Transfer to Donabate and The Island Golf Club. Play The Island, one of Ireland's most underrated links. Transfer to Portmarnock or Dublin City accommodation. Overnight in Dublin.
Day 4 - Headfort Golf Club
In the Royal County of Meath, home to the ancient high kings of Ireland, Headfort Golf Club is situated on the banks of the River Blackwater. Choose between the Old Course, a fine example of a long established, mature challenge with many beautiful trees gracing its fairways and superb greens. The New Course is one of the most talked about in Ireland. Designed to USGA standards by Christy O'Connor Junior with the river winding its way through the course and incorporated into 13 holes. Return to Dublin.
Day 5 - Portmarnock Golf Club
Another of Ireland's golf links that is consistently rated as one of the world's best. Portmarnock occupies a magnificently desolate piece of land at the end of a peninsula. Magnificent scenery, as quiet a golf setting as you'll find, and a magnificent golf course all combine to make Portmarnock a truly memorable experience. Last night in Dublin.
Day 6 - Departure from Dublin Airport
Transfer to airport for onward departure.