The on-going covid-19 pandemic has caused change and disruption to all our lives. Various short to medium term travel restrictions across the world mean that discerning golfers will not have the opportunity to experience our beautiful golf courses and surrounding sites of the South West of Ireland for the coming months. Despite this setback South West Ireland Golf are working with our many service providers and valued customers each day to come to arrangements that guarantee satisfaction for all concerned. With the help of our member courses we have already been able to move or reschedule tours into to 2021 and beyond while always putting the safety and happiness of our customers first.
We are committed to maintaining this same approach which has seen us enjoy 33 distinguished years in business before this pandemic and will hopefully continue to do so long after this testing time has passed.
It may be difficult to look too far forward at this stage, but we are sure there will pent up desires to travel once this episode ends. If you would like the opportunity to take your mind off everything currently taking place and look at planning a trip in 2021 or later while getting immersed in one of the world’s greatest golf destinations, please feel free to contact info@Swinggolfireland.com today and we would be delighted to assist you.
Stay safe and healthy and together we will beat this virus and get back to normality hopefully sooner rather than later.
The SWING Golf Ireland Team
Not only does the South West provide the best golf in Ireland, but it has its own ancient and rich history. Geological movements of the earth’s plates gave us lofty mountains and seascapes. Volcanoes created islands like the Blasket Islands off the coast of Co. Kerry. Glaciers carved out lake-filled valleys like Killarney, and the receding ice allowed for magnificent woodlands, flora and wildlife to evolve.
Megalithic tombs and monuments older than the pyramids are found throughout the region. Visitor centres and museums such as the Burren in Co. Clare and the Cobh Heritage Centre in Cork, which depicts the last port of call for the Titanic can, help you trelive times past. The many outdoor activities include, hill walking, cycling, horse riding, shooting, fishing,sailing and surfing as well as participation in the annual festivals and horse racing events held throughout the south west region.
Visitors can observe the Irish express their culture through poetry, song and dance, with every town and village having its own traditional performers, not to mention our Gaelic footballers and hurlers. Better again, why not join them in their fun while downing a pint of the ‘Black Stuff’ in our world famous ‘Irish Pubs.’