Day 1 - Gort Golf Club
Meet with Tailor-Made Golf Tour representative or chauffeur on arrival. Play Gort Golf Club, a scenic and challenging course overlooking The Burren. Continue to Clifden on the west coast of Galway. Overnight in Clifden.
Day 2 - Connemara Golf Club
In the far southwestern corner of County Galway, Connemara golf links is a wonderfully natural links designed by Eddies Hackett. The inward nine in particular are memorable for the chellenging variety of holes. Return to Clifden.
Day 3 - Connemara Golf Club
A second round on Connemara golf links that may be adjusted to include the recently opened 'C' course. A visit to the pretty fishing village of Roundstone is also recommended. Overnight Clifden.
Day 4 - Westport Golf Club
Transfer from Clifden via one of the most scenic routes in Ireland. Journey up the Connemara coast passing Kylemore Abbey, Connemara National Park and the magnificent Killary Harbour, Ireland's only fjord. The wonderful town of Westport is situated on the shores of Clew Bay and the fine parkland golf course features several memorable holes that run along the shore - none more than the par-5 15th hole that requires a drive across an inlet in the bay. Continue to Ballina.
Day 5 - Enniscrone Golf Club
Just east of Ballina, Enniscrone exudes the atmosphere of a great golf links. Just outside the village, with its magnificent beach, the golf links winds its way through massive sand dunes and along the Moy estuary. Overnight Ballina.
Day 6 - Carne Golf Links, Belmullet
On the remote Erris peninsula, just west of the small town of Belmullet is Ireland's best kept golfing secret, the links at Carne. Completely natural, this wonderful links never fails to inspire the first time visitor. Return to Ballina.
Day 7 - Donegal Golf Club, Murvagh
A two hour journey through Sligo takes you to the massive links at Murvagh. In as peaceful a setting as to be found anywhere, nestled between the mountains and sea and surrounded by ocean and forest, Donegal is a formidable test. Return to Ballina.
Day 8 - County Sligo Golf Club, Rosses Point
Return to Sligo and the majestic links at Rosses Point under the imposing shadow of Ben Bulben. Probably the most famous of the western links courses, Rosses Point is the annual venue for the West of Ireland Amateur Championship (won by Padraig Harrington in 1994). Wind is always a factor, and in a prevailing southwesterly the finighing holes are particularly challenging! Return to Ballina.
Day 9 - Carne Golf Links, Belmullet
A second chance to play this wonderful links as a result of previous visitor feedback. Return to Ballina.
Day 10 - Galway Bay Golf Club
Your golfing adventure winds down at another parkland course by the sea. Galway Bay, as its name suggests, is situated on the southern shores of the famous bay. With magnificent views across to Galway City and west towards the north coast of Clare, the golf course presents a stern challenge. Wind is again the main factor, but there are several lakes, streams and bunkers to be negotiated. There are numerous sites of historical interest on the course. Continue to Ennis.
Day 11 - Departure from Shannon Airport
Transfer to airport for onward departure.