Day 1 - Killarney - Mahony's Point
Meet with Tailor-Made Golf Tour representative or chauffeur on arrival. Transfer to Killarney. Play Mahony's point course at Killarney Golf Club. Overnight in Killarney (night 1 of 7).
Day 2 - Dooks Golf Club
Dooks is in a spledid setting and provides a more traditional, quirky style of links. Not to be underestimated! Return to Killarney (night 2 of 7).
Day 3 - Ring of Kerry Golf Club
Travel over the McGillicuddy Reeks mountains towards Kenmare to play this new course with terrific views of Kenmare Bay. The course is a challenging parkland style course providing major elevation changes. The greens are excellent and add to the challenge. Return to Killarney (night 3 of 7).
Day 4 - Waterville Golf Club
Drive through Killorglin along the famous Ring of Kerry route to Waterville Golf Club. Play Waterville. Return to Killarney via the southern scetion of the route, across Moll's Gap with tremendous views of the famous lakes into Killarney (night 4 of 7).
Day 5 - Tralee Golf Club
Arnold Palmer's first European design, the Tralee links on the shores of Barrow Bay. The inward half has always been regarded as one of the finest nine holes in the world. 2004 has seen the introduction of major upgrades to the outward half - Tralee can now legitimately claim to be one of the very best golf courses in Ireland. Return to Killarney (night 5 of 7).
Day 6 - Ballybunion Golf Club
Play the most visited course in Ireland. The Old course at Ballybunion is one of the most famous links in the world. Many golfers rate the Cashen course as a better golf course, but like St. Andrews the history and aura of the Old course cannot be surpassed. 36 holes can be played today. Return to Killarney (night 6 of 7).
Day 7 - Killarney - Kileen Course
The flagship course at Killarney, the Kileen course hosted the Irish Open in 1991 and 1992. Both were won by Nick Faldo. Last night in Killarney (night 7 of 7).
Day 8 - Departure from Shannon or Cork Airport
Transfer to airport for onward departure.