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The Road to Ballybunion
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Lazy Days at Lahinch

A Golfers Guide to Irish Links
Trolleys and Squibs:
A Golfer's Guide to
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Golf Ireland

Ireland Golf Course GuideAA the Golf Course Guide (AA Lifestyle Guides S.) Golf Ireland. The best-selling guide to over 2,500 golf courses in Britain and Ireland. Fully updated for 2006, with details for visitors, green fees, leisure facilities and more. AA recommended accommodation is given for each course and every featured hotel and guest accommodation has been inspected and rated by the AA's professional team of inspectors. Each course is listed in county order for easy reference and championship courses are highlighted with full-page entries. A description of each course with details of course designer and golf professionals is given, with additional information for green fees, entry restrictions and facilities. Courses of special interest are highlighted and there is an index of driving ranges and courses by name.

Golf in IrelandGolfing in Ireland: The Most Complete Guide for Adventurous Golfers Golf Ireland. Ireland is Europe's hottest golfing destination and one of the most popular golf venues for Americans eager to sample the fabled links. Author Rob Armstrong predicted the Irish golf boom in the first edition; in the second, he revisits old courses that have undergone revision or expansion and uncovers the best of Ireland's new courses. In his crisp, irreverent style, he also points out those courses that have not stood up, those that have been poorly maintained or managed, and those that have simply proved disappointing. Profiled in this edition are: the magnificent Old Head Golf Club in County Cork, one of the most exciting new golf courses in the world; the extraordinary beautiful new Ring of Kerry Golf and Country Club in County Kerry that overlooks Kenmare Bay; and the expanded golf complex at Ballyliffin in County Donegal. He also reviews several new hotels and restaurants that cater to golfers and are near some of Ireland's best courses. Armstrong's travel tips include a discussion of the Euro, which will soon become the unit currency in the Irish Republic, a warning about the proliferation of Irish golf tours, and a map to the maze of airlines and rental car companies.

Ireland Golf CoursesIreland's Golf Courses: The Complete Guide Golf Ireland. The Emerald Isle has always been famous for the warmth of its welcome and is now just as feted for the excellence of its magnificent courses. It attracts a variety of golfers every year from around the globe-from former United States president Bill Clinton to the world's undisputed No.1 golfer Tiger Woods, and they never go away disappointed, having enjoyed the challenge of playing some of the world's most outstanding links. Ireland's legendary courses, Ballybunion, Lahinch, Waterville, Portmarnock and Royal Portrush, the only Irish course to host the Open championship, have been joined by a new breed of course such as Druid's Glen, Mount Juliet and the K Club, which will host the 2005 Ryder Cup. Ireland's Golf Courses: The Complete Guide provides all the essential information on almost 400 courses. It includes a directory of clubs, with a description of each course, how to get there, facilities, catering, green fees and hotel accommodation, plus photographs as well as diagrams of Ireland's most interesting and challenging holes. Ireland's Golf Courses: The Complete Guide is essential if you are golfing in Ireland.

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