Arrive at Belfast Airport, met by AGS Representative, collect auto or meet your private driver/guide, head to your base in Donegal for 2 nights. Play Donegal, the course is surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean and Donegal Bay. One of the longest courses in Europe at 7,453 yards from the championship tees and 6815 Medal, it has a Par of 73.
Play County Sligo, one of Ireland's great championship links. It was designed by the legendary Harry Colt and has hosted most of Ireland's major championships, 6618 yards, par 71.
Play Castlerock Mussenden, a classic links course set amid towering dunes. Drive to your base at Bushmills on the Causeway coast for 3 nights. 6805 yards, par 73.
Play Portstewart Strand course which is set amid towering sand dunes. The opening dogleg hole is memorable. 7004 yards, par 72.
Play Royal Portrush, due to host its second Open Championship in 2019, having been recalled to the Rota after 68 years. 6705 yards, par 72.
Play Ardglass a spectacular clifftop links along a rugged stretch of rocky coastline. Drive to your base at Newcastle for 2 nights, 6208 yards, par 70.
Play Royal County Down, often ranked #1 in The British Isles. This is a tough course in a natural beautiful setting, 6878 yards, par 71.
Depart from Belfast Airport.
Accommodation at spectacular The 5* Lough Eske Castle situated on a lake just outside Donegal the world famous Bushmills Inn and the landmark hotel Slieve Donard overlooking Royal County Down golf course.
Accommodation at the superb Harveys Point Hotel with lake and mountain views, Me and Mrs Jones authentic boutique hotel in Portrush and the lovely 4 star luxury Burrendale Hotel nestled beneath the Mountains of Mourne.
7 rounds of golf. 7 nights twin accommodation close to the course.
Private driver / guide throughout in luxury mini-coach (price based on 8 sharing)
Or self-drive minivan with insurance shared between 4 people. GPS included on self-drive
Airport 'meet and greet'. Support from area office with 24 hour on call service
Also part of our service to request caddies and book carts, suggest and arrange sightseeing tours and other non-golf activities, recommend restaurants etc
County Donegal is essentially an Irish-speaking region bordering the Atlantic Ocean in north western Ireland. It has castles, dramatic mountains, forests and clear lakes. The coast is part of the Wild Atlantic Way, a coastal tour of legendary proportions. History, mythology, music, art, and poetry abound for visitors to this remote part of Ireland.
Donegal Castle was built by the O'Donnell clan chieftain in the 15th century. They were one of the most powerful families in Ireland at the time. It is one of the finest Gaelic castles in Ireland. Situated beside the River Eske, the castle has 17th century additions by Sir Basil Brooke. Its furnishings include Persian rugs and French tapestries. There are Information panels that cover the history of the castle from the O'Donnell chieftains to the Brooke family.
|Sightseeing between Donegal and Sligo||
Driving between Donegal and Sligo you can make a small diversion on reaching Bundoran and visit the Belleek Pottery. You can visit the Museum with pieces dating back to 1857. There is a guided tour of the production areas which takes about 30 minutes where you are encouraged to meet the craftspeople who make theworld renowned gift and tableware brands of Belleek Classic and Belleek Living. The tearoom serves only on Belleek tableware.
|Sightseeing County Sligo||
County Sligo is known for the legacy of local poet W.B. Yeats who immortalised the county in his poems. He captured the wild, unspoilt, romantic nature of North West Ireland. His grave is in a cemetery in Drumcliff, near flat-topped Benbulbin Mountain. Sligo, is home to the Yeats Memorial Building, featuring an exhibition and a library.
Sligo town also has a medieval abbey and a contemporary arts centre. The beaches of Sligo are a surfers paradise enjoying the rollers coming in off the Atlantic.
Carrowkeel Megalithic Cemetery high in the Bricklieve Mountains was sacred in prehistoric times.
Carrowmore Megalithic Cemetery is one of the largest Stone Age cemeteries in Europe, with some 60 monuments including stone circles, passage tombs and dolmens.
Knocknarea Cairn is a rock pile near Sligo and a fascinating climb. The 40,000 tons of stone is popularly believed to be the grave of legendary Queen Maeve or Mab in Welsh and English folk tales.
* indicates most popular sightseeing locations ** indicates world heritage sights