Irish Golf Tours
As members of the Ireland Golf Tour Operator Association www.igtoa.com we have in-depth knowledge of the best courses and great relationships with the people who run them. Mouthwatering names such as Lahinch, Ballybunion, Waterville, Dooks, Killarney, Old Head are links that we commonly visit. We can also introduce you to some hidden gems and courses on the way up. Whether you are a big or small golf group, let us take care of your arrangements as you travel to iconic golf courses in Ireland that will thrill your senses and challenge your game.
We can provide you with a full service menu including transport, accommodation, green fees, entertainment, spouses tours etc or with a transport only option. Our aim is to help you plan and book your dream golf tour of Ireland. Irish Golf Tours with Castle Executive Coaches is a golf tour to remember!
Castle Executive Coaches Golf Tour Guide of Ireland
Ireland is Golfer’s paradise with over 400 courses in the country with over 30% of the worlds links courses on the small island. Golf in Ireland ranges from rough coastal links to green parkland with everything in-between. Whether you are a pro or a beginner your skill level dose not matter as there will be a course to suit you. There is a budget that will suit all. Golfers truly have an amazing choice hence “Golfers Paradise”.
Green Fees in Ireland
There are a number of ways in which you can grab a bargain at Irish golf courses through early birds, golf passes and group discounts. The best plan is to talk to your tour operator or by contacting the club directly to see what special offers they can do for you and your party. It is also important to highlight it is not expensive to play golf in Ireland. It is simply superb value for money together with an experience that is priceless.
Caddies, Clubs, Buggies and Carts in Ireland
Caddies are generally available and must be booked in advance to avoid disappointment. Most courses will also have club hire available. There are some cases where it may not be possible to use a golf buggy but inform the club about your needs and the club will always be friendly and understanding.
Dress Code, Soft Spikes and Handicaps in Ireland
There is no doubt that when you are golfing in Ireland it is a relaxed affair but there are a number of clubs that want to keep their club traditions in tact. It is best to avoid jeans and sneakers. If you are dressed smart casual you will have no problem matching most clubs dress codes.
Top 10 Golf Courses in Ireland
- European Golf Club
- County Louth
- County Sligo
- K Club
Contact Us today to discuss Irish golf tours with us!