RedTees

As a guide, here is a typical 7-day program, but you can stay from 5 days to 14 days.

Saturday afternoon - Arrival
Sinéad is there in arrivals at Dublin airport holding up your name. She takes you straight home where your suite and refreshments await. Once you are happily settled, Sinéad takes you on a short tour of the local area so that you can become familiar with your surroundings. Tonight's casual dinner, at home, gives you the opportunity to meet Sinéad's family.


Sunday - Old Conna Golf Course 
Start the day with a leisurely breakfast before heading off to Sinéad's club for your first round of golf. She will introduce you to her friends, some of whom might join you for a fourball or a chat in the clubhouse over drinks and a late lunch. A couple of hours rest and you are ready for a night out in a local pub for some "pub grub", craic (Irish word for fun) and Irish music.

Monday - Powerscourt Estate and Golf
Today you are playing in Powerscourt's spectacular West Course, in Enniskerry. Your tee-time is early afternoon to give you time to spend an hour or two in Powerscourt Estate where you have your first opportunity to buy some small presents for home and to sample Avoca restaurant's delicious food. After golf, Sinéad has invited a few friends for an informal but delicious dinner at home.

Tuesday - Dublin City
Embark on a sightseeing tour of Dublin and shop on famous Grafton Street, the heart of Dublin and Ireland's top shopping area. You will visit shops like Brown Thomas, the Kilkenny Design Centre and the Blarney Woollen Mills, to name but a few, where you will have the opportunity to purchase fashion items from both Irish and International top brands.

Wednesday - Golf and a movie
Start the day with an early breakfast for an early tee-time in Old Conna, now familiar to you, or you can choose a couple of hours on the driving range including some professional tuition. After the game, you will have time for a leisurely lunch with friends at the clubhouse and some quiet time in the afternoon before your evening at the cinema and a welcome supper at home afterwards.

Thursday - Druid's Glen Golf Club and Hooley night
A beautiful and challenging course but manageable at all levels, Druids Glen is one of Dubliner's favourites. A most enjoyable game followed by 19th hole refreshments. In the evening Sinéad, a few friends and yourself are going to Johnnie Foxes Pub, one of Ireland's oldest and most famous traditional Irish Pubs, for dinner and a fun "Hooley Night" of traditional Irish music, dancing and entertainment.

Friday - Glendalough and farewell dinner
For your last day, Sinéad is taking you for a scenic drive through the Wicklow mountains to Glendalough, "the valley of the two lakes". In this  area renowned for its natural beauty and history, mosey at your leisure along the many trails around the lakes, see the Monastic City and learn about St. Kevin, it's founder. Finish the day in style with a delicious gourmet farewell dinner cooked by your hostess to suit your taste.

Saturday morning- Departure
A full Irish breakfast is in order to prepare you for the journey home. Sinéad drives you to Dublin airport and makes sure that you have a smooth departure.

 

Links golf

A world of golf


Play at a variety of the finest courses that the greater Dublin area and beyond has to offer. More »

Solheim Cup

Highlights

Coming soon.....



Toiletries
bottom