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Coach Pickup Points:

  • DUBLIN 6am - The Hugh Lane Dublin Gallery, Parnel Square North - Return Coach day trip

  • DROGHEDA 6.30am - Lusk Services, Southbound, off M1 - Return Coach day trip

  • DUNDALK 6.50am - Roundabout at Junction 16 off M1- Return Coach day trip

  • NEWRY 7.10am- McDonalds Damolly Retail Park, Armagh Road - Return Coach day trip

  • BANBRIDGE 6am - Bus Stop in Outlet Park near Tesco extra 24 Hour, Banbridge - Return Coach day trip

  • LISBURN 6.15 - Sprucefield Bus Stop @ Roundabout at M&S - Return Coach day trip

  • BELFAST 6.30am- Bus Stop @ Jurys Hotel Great Victoria Street - Return Coach day trip

  • ANTRIM 8.20am - 8.20am Dunsilly Roundabout Park and Ride

 

Price is for single day return travel only, it does not include entry to event, insurance is available at additional cost when booking. Not all coaches will stop at every pickup above, please be aware of this if your travel partners are at a different pickup to you. However all pickup points will be honoured. Call for further detials. All coaches have toilet facilites, however there may be exceptions. Comfort breaks are provided enroute. Tickets must be purchased online or over the phone, if you turn up without a ticket you may be refused entry. Return is 5pm or 30mins after last game from Coach Park which ever comes first, unless otherwise stated on booking.

Irish Open 2017 - Royal Portrush - 5th-9th July 2017

TRAVEL DETAILS AND ITINERARY

The Dubai Duty Free Irish Open hosted by the Rory Foundation will take place for the first time at Portstewart Golf Club from July 6-9, 2017.

 

After a fantastic 2016 championship at The K Club, Kildare where Rory McIlroy produced two incredible shots in the last three holes to secure victory, the host will defend his title as the Irish Open heads to Northern Ireland for the third time in six years.

 

Located just down the road from where the sell-out Irish Open took place at Royal Portrush in 2012, The European Tour is bringing one of its most popular tournaments back with large crowds expected to turn out to support the event once again.