Day by Day


Arrive at Dublin Airport, met by AGS Representative, collect auto or meet your private driver/guide, head to your base for 4 nights. Play Portmarnock, Dublin’s #1 course. It  is an honest but  searching test of shot making skills.


Play The Island, with the highest sand dunes of any links course in Ireland the rugged beauty cannot fail to impress. It requires excellent shot making skills and offers countless superb holes.


Play Royal Dublin, just 3 miles from the City Centre. The classic out and back layout is reminiscent of a top Scottish links, a style not often found in Ireland.


Play Royal County Down, one of the truly great golf courses in the British Isles. The golf is extraordinary and the scenery adds a touch of majesty and well-being. Here the Mountains of Mourne are very close and certainly “sweep down to the sea”.


Depart from Dublin Airport.

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a balance of quality and affordability

Grand Hotel, Malahide is a great 4 star property with impressive facilities. The staff have been trained to ensure you are treated to the best in service and hospitality. Located just 15 minutes from Dublin International airport

Private driver:
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All of the packages include:

8 golfers - A luxury executive motorcoach with a private driver/guide at your disposal for the entire trip. It has leather American VIP seats with dual armrests, card tables, fridge (stocked with beers and soft drinks), DVD & large luggage lockers.


4 golfers - A self-drive 9-seater minivan with basic insurance included. Extra insurance, fuel costs and additional drivers are paid on the day.


4 rounds of golf. Proof of handicap required. Maximum handicaps - 24 Men, 36 Ladies.

Twin/double accommodation as per itinerary in standard rooms.

Full breakfast each day and one lunch at Portmarnock Golf Club.

Full use of all golf clubhouses including access to the changing rooms, showers, lockers, dining room and bar.

Information pack. Dining recommendations and reservations. We vet the local restaurants and pubs continually.

Airport meet and greet.

Support from our UK office. 24 Hour Total Satisfaction Assurance. To make certain all goes smoothly during your expedition, one of our senior travel counsellors is available to our travellers all day, every day

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You will be driven by an experienced and fully qualified driver. The driver will meet you at the airport.

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By Helicopter

Traveling by helicopter adds another interesting and exciting dimension to your golf tour.

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Our self-drive programs offer a range of vehicles each with appropriate space for golf clubs and luggage.

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By Ferry

For golfers combining tours of Ireland and Scotland, England or Wales .

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There is something for everybody in Dublin, heritage sights, theatres, fashionable shops, singing pubs, fine restaurants. Some of the top heritage sights are Trinity College, National Museum, Dublin Castle, St Patrick's Cathedral. It is easy to walk to most of the attractions and entertainment as the centre is quite compact.

Mountains of Mourne

The Mournes stand true to the words of songwriter Percy French as the place ‘where the Mountains of Mourne sweep down to the sea’. They are not only one of Ireland’s most scenic areas and an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), they are quite simply an adventurer’s paradise. One man felt the magic of the Mournes more than most. For Belfast-born Clive Staples Lewis, or CS Lewis as we know him better, the Mournes were a pleasure ground. The author was reared on the clean Mourne air, while his mind was inspired by these surroundings to create the world of Narnia from his masterpiece The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe.

* indicates most popular sightseeing locations ** indicates world heritage sights

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