Let’s set the scene! It is early 2020 and you were in the process of researching an amazing golf trip to Ireland. You had drawn up a list of your bucket list courses and you had convinced your group that now is the perfect time to make this trip happen. You came across the Private Golf Tours Ireland website and you were about to get in touch when the world came to a standstill. Though this past year has been tough, and we still have a little bit to go, the light is now shining brightly at the end of the tunnel. It is now time to pick up where you left off and start making plans again.
2022 is a safe bet
Planning a golf vacation for 2022 is a safe bet! Though travel in the latter end of 2021 is still possible, the lead in times between booking and travelling are going to be very short. This would make planning a last-minute golf trip very difficult to achieve. We anticipate a lot of travel to Ireland will happen in September and October and that is usually when the golf season begins to wind down. You want to play Ireland’s best courses when the sun is shining, the days are long, and the craic is mighty! This will be achieved in 2022.
2022 is a blank canvas
We always advise, when it comes to golf vacations, to book early to avoid disappointment! A lot of tee times for 2021 are already booked up as postponed tours from 2020 move over into this year. That same spillover rate will not impact 2022.
2022 is a blank canvas at this point. Golf clubs are waiting to fill their tee sheets with your bookings. That means, by booking now, you are more than likely guaranteed to get the tee times you want at the courses you desire. Similarly, if you desired any special accommodations on your trip (private rental, castles, 5 Star, B&B) you will get them by booking now. So be sure to get in touch to avoid disappointment!
2022 will be a year of quality
Despite the severity of the pandemic, golf in Ireland has done relatively well during this past year. Memberships drastically increased as returns to other sports were delayed. However, courses were still closed on three separate occasions due to lockdowns. This, combined with little to no overseas visitors in 2020, has meant that golf clubs, all over Ireland, have been able to get some much-needed work done on the course and to their facilities. This all but ensures that no matter where you tee it up in 2022, you are going to experience a new level of quality Irish golf.
2022 will be the year of the experience
2022 is going to be a year where you will want to unwind and what better way to do it than by letting Private Golf Tours Ireland do all the work for you. All you need to do is tell us what courses you would like to play, what dates you are looking at, and how many people are going to be travelling with you. From there, our team will create the best itinerary for you and will act as your personal concierge for the entire process. You do not need to worry about booking tee times, hotels, or dinner reservations – we will take care of that for you. Not only that, but you will also be picked up in one of our luxury Mercedes vehicles and our Driver Guide (who will be sure to give you some competitive tips about each course you play) will navigate all of Ireland’s roads for you. All you need to do is sit back, relax, warm up, play, and repeat!
2022 is the year to have something memorable to look forward to
2020 was a tough year! Weddings were postponed. Family reunions and social gatherings were cancelled. Travel, both domestically and internationally, came to a standstill. In short, it was very hard to have something to look forward to. By booking your 2022 golf vacation now, you will commit to something that will happen and will be worth the wait. Once everything is booked for you, the countdown timer begins and what a countdown it will be.
You have heard it here first, 2022 is going to be an excellent year to visit Ireland and play some of the world’s best courses!
If you would like to learn more about what Ireland can offer you in 2022 why not get in touch today by filling out an enquiry form.