Your luxury travel in Ireland begins as your private transfer meets you at the Shannon airport. The country is known for its sweeping verdant grasses and towering seaside cliffs. Dunes slope upwards from the beach and undulate across golf courses throughout the countryside. Once in Lahinch you find a seaside town popular for its beaches, surf, and coastal ambiance. Dough Castle stands in ruins outside of town overlooking the dale. The tower dates back to the 14th century. A calm, pristine white sand beach stretches over one mile near Spanish Point, named for a 16th century sunken ship from the Spanish Armada. Settle into the town before being escorted to the world-renowned Lahinch Golf Club.
The course is one of Ireland’s oldest, running 6,950 yards, adjacent to the Atlantic. The current course was created in the 1920s. From the tee, you can see the village in the distance, edged against the calm wake of the ocean. Hole Three is a par 4 reaching 420 yards long. The green sits atop a 30-foot tall dune. The wind brushes the bordering long strands of grass. Depressions of tufts of grass stand between you and the green, where a hidden bunker lays in front of the hole. The natural beauty of the landscape offers an enticing welcome. The challenge of the course offers a captivating enrichment to the surrounding splendor.