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Work and Play the Irish Way - Golf Edventure  (9 Days)

Ireland is a course designer’s dream. The country’s rugged natural landscapes come together to create some of the most challenging tests of links golf in the world. As you make your way from Dublin and the private course of Irish whisky distiller John Jameson to the rugged coastline of North Donegal and Belfast's Royal County Downs, you’ll play rounds at Northern Ireland’s best courses. You'll also enjoy the best Ireland has to offer at some of the most beautiful and renowned landmarks in the world. Non-golfers are welcomed too, with plenty of activities that keep one busy off the links as well.

Your Edventure Includes
  • Round-trip airfare from SFO or LAX (price may vary based on choice of departure gateway)
  • 7 nights in hand-picked hotels
  • Breakfast daily
  • 4 three-course dinners served with wine or beer
  • Full-time multilingual tour director
  • Private deluxe motor coach
  • Course fees for golf play on five selected courses
  • Select admissions with priority entry
  • Tour of Maghaberry Prison or Crumlin Road Gaol (for Correctional/Law Enforcement Officials only)

Guiness Beer Brewery

Portmanock Links

Royal Portrush Course

Royal Dublin Clubhouse

Giant's Causeway

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Price: $5,018 (2018) based on double occupancy, plus optional $394.00 premium trip protection

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Next Departure Dates: 
September 2019 (IRPL0919)
July 2020 (IRPL0720)
Contact us for exact departure dates

Edventure Highlights:

~ Take an overnight flight by internationally-recognized airline, transfer to your hotel, and meet your fellow travelers at an included Welcome Dinner


~ Take  a sightseeing tour of Dublin as a local guide leads a drive to Phoenix Park, a visit to St. Patrick’s Cathedral, and a visit to Trinity College, where you can view the illuminated Book of Kells


Correctional/Law Enforcement Officials will tour the Mountjoy Prison


~ Play the Royal Dublin course 


~ Take a guided tour of Dublin as a local guide leads a motorcoach drive to Phoenix Park, a visit to St. Patrick’s Cathedral, and a visit to Trinity College, where you can view the illuminated Book of Kells


~ Enjoy a special evening of traditional Irish food, music and entertainment, including a live show of Irish music and dance 


~ Visit the links for play at Portmarnock, established in 1894 as the private course of famous whisky distiller John Jameson, and, although voted the second best golf course in Ireland, it is not without controversy, as it  has been deemed a "gentleman's club" and does not allow women to become full members (although women are allowed to play as "guests")   

~ Non-golfing travelers will explore the Malahide Castle


~ Experience the "young" Glashedy links, which aren't quite 25 years old, but are already known for their tough Par 4 openers, of a course that follows an incredible rugged coastline, and provides a roller coaster tour of this remarkable lunar-like landscape


~ For non-golfing travelers, a local guide will lead a tour of the area’s iconic Belleek Pottery, whose distinctive basket-style design has been made since 1857


Golfers play the Royal Portrush Golf Course this morning, the only course outside England and Scotland to have hosted the British Open


~ Non-golfers will enjoy a leisurely tour of the Donegal Castle


~ Embark on an excursion to one of the world’s most unusual natural formations: the 60-million-year-old Giant’s Causeway, a path of towering columns in the ocean, formed by volcanic lava that cooled rapidly over white chalk


~ Brave souls will have the opportunity to cross the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, flanked by the wild North Atlantic Ocean on one side and a landscape of dramatic cliffs on the other, with spectacular seascapes all around, the area has inspired artists, stirred scientific debate and captured the imagination of all who see it


~ Enjoy a walking tour of Coleraine for a rich history of Ireland, dating back to 9000 BC, before a stop at the Old Bushmill's Distillery to learn about the production of Irish whiskey, with a tasting for the curious


~ Correctional/Law Enforcement Officials visit the Northern Ireland Prison System or Crumlin Road Gaol

~ Take a guided tour of Northern Ireland’s capital, where you'll glimpse the copper-domed city hall, the shipbuilding docks where the Titanic was constructed and the recently restored Grand Opera House


~ Stop for one more round of play at one of the most photographed courses in Ireland, the Royal County Downs, that sits along the Irish Sea


~ Non-golfing travelers will have free time to explore the beauty of Newcastle

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