2016 Golf Adventure

The Wild Atlantic Way

Image result for ceann sibeal

August 26-September 4

Play Dingle Golf Club, Dooks, Waterville, Killarney Killeen, and Old Head

16 Players.   TRIP SOLD OUT!  

 Image result for kinsale ireland old head

Join InnnerDrive Golf as we tour the most beautiful parts of South West Ireland.
We'll play 5 stunning golf courses, tour both the Dingle Peninsula as well as the Ring of Kerry, spend 4 nights in Killarney taking in unforgettable lake and mountain views then head down to picturesque Kinsale where we'll play Old Head Golf Course.
Trip includes:
-9 nights hotel
-Breakfast every morning
-Dinner at Ballymaloe House 
-5 rounds of golf
-Ground transportation provided by Kerry Coaches throughout our trip
-Sight seeing around Dingle and Ring of Kerry
-Special Gift
-Hosted by Julieta Stack, LPGA Teaching & Club Professional
Double per person $2635
Single  $3135
Deposit  $400
(Trip does not include air fare, caddies, carts, tips, ground transportation that is not listed in itinerary, or anything not specifically listed in the included itinerary.  Deposit is non-refundable if I cannot find someone to take your place.)
Friday, August 26  
Arrive Shannon EARLY!  Bus departs at 9AM.
First stop is one of Ireland's top farmer's markets , The Milk Market, Limerick for coffee, breakfast, and pick up provisions for next few days.  Alternatively, if your idea of breakfast is rashers and black pudding washed down by a pint of Guinness , head a block up the street to Michael Flannery's (open at 10am).
Next stop, The Dingle Peninsula.  
We'll be staying at one of the western most places in all of Europe. 
Check in at the  Dingle Skellig
Saturday, August 27
Breakfast 7:30-10:00
10:20AM  Golf Ceann Sibeal  Dingle Golf Club
Sunday, August 28  REST DAY
Breakfast  7:30-10:00
Bus pick up and drive to Killarney, tourning Dingle along the way.
Check in McSweeney Arms Hotel  5 minute walk into Killarney
Monday, August 29
Breakfast 7:30-9:30
11:00AM Dooks Golf Club 
Afternoon for yourself in Killarney.  Fishing, golf, hiking, get a massage, read a book, hang out in a pub, etc.
Tuesday, August 30
Breakfast 7:30-10:00
1:20 Golf Waterville  
Wednesday, August 31
Breakfast  7:30-10:00
Thursday, September 1   REST DAY
Breakfast  7:30-9:30
Much needed rest day as we check out of McSweeney Arms and drive to Kinsale.
Walk around Kinsale  famous for world class seafood restaurants and scenery.
Friday, September 2
Breakfast 7:30-10:00
One more night in Acton Hotel
Saturday, September 3
Breakfast 7:30-9:30
Check out of Acton and spend day in Cork. Check out The English Market
Staying at Clarion in Cork
Dinner at famous Ballymaloe House for 6:30 Dinner
Sunday, September 4
Check out and head to Shannon for late morning or early afternoon flights back to US.
Who's going?
J, Jill, Mary, Joy, Vicki, Kathleen, Pat, Carolyn, Anna, Russ, Debra, Glenn, Cal and Lidia Baker
Pull carts / Electric carts (buggies)

Pull carts are available at all clubs for a small fee. Electric carts are available in limited numbers at most of the courses. Some of the links courses do not permit the use of electric carts. These should be booked in advance.


  • Currency/Banks/Credit Cards

    The Euro (€) is the currency of The Republic of Ireland  Currencies can be purchased at banks or foreign exchange departments. Normal banking hours in Ireland are 10am to 4pm, Monday to Friday. ATMs are freely available in most towns in Ireland. Major credit cards are accepted in shops, hotels, restaurants etc.

  • Medical and Insurance

    It is advisable to take out travel and medical insurance before you leave home.  In the event of an emergency: Dial 999 or 112 and ask for the emergency service you require. A doctor is available in most towns. Pharmacy stores are widely available but if you are on prescribed medication it is useful to bring an adequate supply with you or bring a copy of your prescription in case of emergency.

  • Electricity Outlets

    The standard electric outlet is 220 Volts AC. To use your personal appliances you will need a plug adapter that will fit the flat three-pin or round two-pin socket. We recommend universal adaptors which can be purchased at airports.

  • Tipping

    The customary tip in Ireland is 10 to 20 per cent. Hotels and restaurants may include it in the bill in the form of a service charge. It’s not customary to tip in pubs unless you have table service. Tipping porters, taxi drivers, hairdressers etc is at your own discretion.

  • Telephones/Internet

    Nowadays, as most people have cell phones or smart phones you should check with your service provider with regards to charges for use on overseas travel. In general hotels and guesthouses will have internet connections or wifi and most towns will have internet cafes. Prepaid call cards are available in many general stores.

  • Caddies

    Caddies are available in limited numbers at all courses and vary in cost depending on whether they are senior, junior or bag pullers. Caddies can be requested in advance but cannot be guaranteed. Senior and junior caddies will normally carry 2 bags (a double) and it is advisable to hire at least one caddy per fourball. Fees are cleared with the caddy master and ‘tip’ is at the discretion of the golfer.

  • Dress code

    Smart casual attire is expected at all clubs. Knee length shorts and collared shirts are permissible.