Day 1 - County Louth Golf Club (Baltray)
Meet with Tailor-Made Golf Tour representative or chauffeur on arrival at Dublin Airport. Transfer to Baltray on the northeast coast. County Louth Golf Club at Baltray was the venue for the 2004 Irish Open that was won by Brett Rumford of Australia. Transfer to Dublin accommodation. Overnight in Dublin.
Day 2 - The K-Club (South Course)
The newer of the two courses at the K-Club, the South (or Smurfit) course is the result of a development effort of huge proportions. From the outset the design goal was to create a course that would be difficult to compare with the neighboouring North (or Palmer) course. Hosted the 2004 European Open which was won by Retief Goosen in his first tournament as the newly crowned U.S. Open champion. Return to Dublin.
Day 3 - Mount Juliet
Jack Nicklaus' only design in Ireland is set in the magnificent Mount Juliet estate, 12 miles south of the medieval city of Kilkenny. Mount Juliet hosted the Irish Open in 1993 (Nick Faldo), 1994 (Bernhard Langer a) and 1995 (Sam Torrance). One of the first courses to be 'Tiger Proofed', the 2002 American Express WGC was won by Tiger Woods. The same tournament will again be played here in 2004. Overnight Dublin.
Day 4 - Druids Glen
Often referred to as the Augusta of Europe, Druids Glen is another recent parkland creation nestled between the Irish sea and the stunning Wicklow mountains, just 30 minutes south of Dublin. Hosted the Irish Open in 1996, 1997 (both Colin Montgomerie), 1998 (David Carter) and 1999 (Sergio Garcia's first professional tournamnet victory). Overnight Dublin.
Day 5 - Portmarnock Golf Club
The traditional home of the Irish Open for many years (1977-1990), Portmarnocks roll of champions include Ben Crenshaw, Hubert Green, Ken Brown, Mark James, Sam Torrance, Seve Ballesteros (3 times), Bernhard Langer (twice), Ian Woosnam (twice) and Jose-Maria Olazabal. Return to Dublin.
Day 6 - Carton House (Montgomerie Course)
One of Ireland's newest courses best described as an inland links. Designed by Colin Montgomerie, three times a winner of the Irish Open, the course has already hosted the Irish Amateur Close Championship in 2004 and will host the Irish Open in May 2005. Overnight in Dublin.
Day 7 - The K-Club (North Course)
The host course for the 2006 Ryder Cup matches has already established its pedigree as a first rate tournament venue and since 1995 has been the permanent home of the European Open. Champions have been Bernhard Langer, Per-Ulrik Johansson, Mathias Gronberg, Lee Westwood, Darren Clarke, Michael Campbell, Philip Price and Retief Goosen. Last night in Dublin.
Day 8 - Departure from Dublin Airport
Transfer to airport for onward departure.