|Eire Golf, Complete Golfing
Vacations to Ireland that guarantee a golfing
experience to treasure forever.
We highly recommend that before
travelling you purchase Travel Insurance.
Guard against the unexpected and enjoy
worry-free travel and golf.
Eire Golf Tours recommend www.travelex-insurance.com
A current passport is required.
- Driving Licence
Drivers must produce at commencement
of rental - a valid unendorsed driving
license, which has been held for the
preceding two years. Visitors from overseas
must produce a driving license issued
in their country of permanent residence.
- Minimum Age
Minimum age: - 24 years. Maximum age:
- 69 years. Persons under 26 years of
age are restricted to renting smaller
saloon cars only.
Additional drivers may be included in
your rental. Extra charges apply. This
can be done on commencement of rental
at the Airport.
- Insurance -
"Peace of Mind"
The car-hire companies offer a complete
range of covers for our rental customers,
to ensure complete "Peace of Mind"
while renting a car from us.
- Collision Damage
Waiver: - covers against
loss / damage to rental vehicle
subject to an excess of between
€800 - €2000 which can
be waived by taking our Excess Waiver.
- Theft Protection:
- covers against losses arising
out of theft / attempted theft subject
to an excess of between €800
- €2000 which can be waived
by taking our Excess Waiver.
- Excess Waiver:
- provides total "Peace of
Mind" on our insurance inclusive
rate products. Excess Waiver reduces
your excess liability of €800
- €2000 to either €500
or €100 (depending on the car
class) for an additional charge
Some courses you will need to see your
current handicap certificate, please be
sure to bring this along with you. St.
Andrew’s Old Course and some others
will not allow you on the course without
one . If in doubt please check with the
EGT. The handicap limit at most clubs
is 24 men and 36 ladies.
Are available at most Golf Clubs (None
at the European Golf Links. It is advisable
to book them in advance, we will do this
for you. There are single and double bag
carriers and they will add immensely to
the enjoyment of your round of golf.
Are available at all courses except Old
Many inland courses do have electric buggies
and a few links courses. It is advisable
to pre book any electric carts needed,
we will do this for you.
Soft spikes are mandatory on most courses.
Jeans and non golfing tee shirts are not
permitted. Smart golf wear is acceptable
in all golf clubs. Some clubs do require
a jacket and tie after 7.00pm.
Ask for our many wonderful non golfing
itineraries that include organised sightseeing
The currency in Northern Ireland and Scotland
is GBP (British Pound Sterling). Southern
Ireland the currency is EURO.
Eire Golf does except all major credit
cards for the payments of deposits and
small balances. For larger group balances
we request payment via Bank Transfer.
The weather in Ireland is usually very
mild, even in Autumn and Winter but can
be changeable. April to October are beautiful
travelling months but always include your
rain wear – just in case!
Ireland has a warm temperate climate due
mainly to the influence of the Atlantic
Gulf Stream, consequently it does not
suffer from extreme temperatures experienced
by many other countries at similar latitudes.
Golf can be played all year round but
high season is from May to September.
The chart below shows average temperatures
range from 51 to 69 degrees with July
and August being the warmest months traditionally.
While it does rain in Ireland the average
hourly rainfall amounts are quite low.