Kealys Coaches

Golf in
Ireland's South West

Sample Itinerary

Ireland’s South West has some of the finest parkland and links course in Ireland.

This is a fully bespoke tour and caters for your groups requirements and preferences.
Please contact us to arrange a tour of your choice.

DAY 1

Arrive at Shannon, Kerry or Cork Airports and we make our way to our first destination, Ballybunion Golf Course. Founded in 1893, Ballybunion hosts two calssic courses, the Old Course and the Trent Jones Cashen Course. Take your pick!

Courtesy Grainne Toomey

DAY 2

Not too far away is the superb Tralee Golf Course. Designed by Arnold Palmer, this links course features towering dunes, undulating fairways, punishing rough and cliff top tees and greens.

DAY 3

Today we travel the short distance to Killarney Golf & Fishing Club. Killarney was host to the Irish Open on six separate occasions. Home to two 18-hole courses and one 9-hole, The Killeen Course is the jewel in the crown offering spectacular lake and mountain scenery while providing challenging golf to all levels.

Courtesy Killarney Golf & Fishing Club

Courtesy Dooks Golf Club

DAY 4

Day 4 and we travel west of the town of Killorglin and Dooks, one of Ireland’s oldest links courses. This is truly a magical location with breathtaking views and a challenge that golfers have enjoyed since 1889.

DAY 5

Further along the Ring of Kerry, we visit Waterville Links. Described by one enthusiast as ‘The Hope Diamond’ on the Ring of Kerry, this course was the dream of Irish American Jack Mulcahy. Designed by Ireland’s pre-eminent golf architect, Eddie Hackett, Waterville has achieved the lofty status as ‘one of the best’ in only 25 years. The 14th and 18th holes were selected by Christy O’Connor in his all-Ireland greatest 18

© Stephen Power, Ireland’s Content Pool

© Failte Ireland

DAY 6

North to the Dingle Peninsula, and Ceann Sibéal, the most westerly golf course in Europe! Yet another stunning course, Dingle Golf Links lies to the west Mount Brandon, with fine views of the Blasket Islands. It is the headland of Ceann Sibéal to the south-west, which gives Dingle Golf Links its full Irish name.

DAY 7

Our final course of this golfing marathon is Old Head, a beautiful links course in Kinsale, County Cork, reaching almost 2 miles out into the Atlantic on the south west coast of Ireland. Experience golf in a rare atmosphere with the crashing waves of the Atlantic Ocean some 300 feet below.

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DAY 8

After breakfast your driver will bring you to the airport of your choice for your departure flight, at the end of a golfing tour you will never forget.