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Attractions in Ireland and Scotland when you’re not golfing

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Oh, the many choices of what to do and where to go!  Ireland and Scotland offer some amazing attractions…   Ireland Giant’s Causeway Built by Fionn McCool with his superhuman strength the Giant’s Causeway allowed him to fight his rival Benandonner in Scotland, or at least...

South African Courses in Review

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So many world class golf courses are located in beautiful South Africa.  Here’s a sample:   Bordering Krueger National Park is one of the most famous championship golf courses in the world, Leopard Creek.  Views of hippo, antelope, elephant, and buffalo are common during a...

Week in review

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Last week on the PGA Tour saw the fan favourite Waste Management Phoenix Open held on the Stadium Course at TPC Scottsdale. The eventual winner was Japans Hideki Matsuyama following a tense four hole playoff with superstar Rickie Fowler. Matsuyama, who trailed by three beginning...

Torrey Pines bares its fangs as worlds top players struggle

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This week on the PGA Tour saw the best players in the world take on Torrey Pines in the Farmers Insurance Open. La Jolla is generally known for its beautiful weather but for Sunday and what turned out to be a Monday finish, it was anything but. High winds and harsh rain made...

Review of European Tour/PGA Tour

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Last week saw a cracking turnout at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship. With the likes of Rory McIlroy, Jorden Speith, Rickie Fowler and Henrik Stenson to name but a few, it was also going to be an exciting tournament. It sure didn’t disappoint with Rickie Fowler coming out on...

A guide to the Links on your Irish Golf Tour

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There is no doubt about it, links golf is an experience like no other. With the news of Royal Co.Down coming up trumps in Golf Digests review of the World’s Top 100 courses, what better time to come over to the Emerald Isle. There is an array of Championship links courses...

Our very own Royal Co.Down tops Golf Digest World 100!

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Jorden Speith did not disappoint in the final round of the Hyundai Tournament of Champions last weekend. Not only did he shoot -7 in the final round to win by 8 shots, he also managed to reach -30 under par for the tournament which is only the second time this has ever been...

Spain and Portugal Golf Packages

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After three rounds of the Hyundai of Champions in Kapalua, Jorden Speith is showing why he is the number one golfer in the world at the minute. He currently sits on -24 after three rounds and takes a 5 shot lead over Brooks Koepka into Sunday. His eagle on the 18th yesterday...

The loss of a True Irish Legend

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Today marks the start of the 2016 golfing calendar with the best golfers in the world teeing it up at the Hyundai Tournament of Champions. Not only is the Kapalua course in great condition, the quality of players for this seasons event is exceptional. The likes of Jorden Speith,...

2015 – A year in review.

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  There was many winners and losers in the golfing world in 2015 and golf’s new ‘Big 3’ was formed in the shape of Jordan Spieth, Rory McIlroy and Jason Day. Let’s look at the winners first. Well 2015 was certainly the year of a young Texan named...