College students aren't the only people in need of a spring break. Golfers also require great places to re-energize and rejuvenate after a long, cold, hard winter.
Many people mistakenly believe the Irish diet only consists of potatoes and Guinness. This couldn't be further from the truth. In fact, Ireland is known to have some excellent cuisine. Parts of the country have even been recognized for their culinary brilliance.
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Do you want to see the world's best female golfers going shot-to-shot against each other in a Ryder Cup style atmosphere? The joyous singing, chanting and cheering that's so indigenous to the Ryder Cup also envelops the scene
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After you experience the history and design mastery of the Old Course and other Links Trust layouts, the seaside magnificence of Kingsbarns and the other exceptional courses in St. Andrews, Scotland, you don't have to travel far to find more great places to tee up.
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If you're looking for a temporary reprieve from the world of snowplows and hanging icicles, or you just love playing great courses under blue and sunny skies, it's time you headed to Florida.
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Are you seeking the ultimate Scotland golf trip? For first-time Scotland visitors, bucket listers and all others enamored with golf, arguably the most popular itinerary is one that includes St.
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There are more than 15,500 golf courses in the U.S. so choice is never an issue in this golf loving nation.
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Ireland is known for its ultra-friendly citizenry and amiable atmosphere, and there’s nothing like sharing time with the locals at a small pub in Killarney or seaside village in the Southwest of Ireland.
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Treeless fairways, bump-and-run shots and steep-walled bunkers are just a few of the many elements that make links golf, shall we say, very interesting, fun and challenging. While Scotland and Ireland have the world's best links
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Overshadowed by golf-crazy Scotland, Ireland has its own special appeal and has emerged as one of the game's great golf travel destinations. Impressive big-name courses, short driving distances and quaint, walkable golf villages are a few of the many appealing attributes in Ireland.
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Some of us just aren’t inclined to walk links golf courses or battle the unpredictable weather elements.
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Over the years, PGA Village has been the choice for thousands of people that take an annual golf trip to Florida. A pleasant surprise is in store for those who are planning on returning.
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Are you looking for the ultimate golf resort experience in America? A place where great golf, luxury and good times merge to create memories that’ll last a lifetime? If so, you must consider these three amazing golf destinations.
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Golf in Northern Ireland exceeds all expectations with its fantastic courses and unforgettable sightseeing opportunities. In recent years, native sons Rory Mcilroy and Graeme McDowell have greatly increased the popularity of this beautiful part of Ireland.
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Every golf traveler has his favorite classic historical courses in Scotland, but what about all the modern gems?
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1. Oanda Currency Converter: For those of you playing golf internationally, don’t forget to download this awesome currency converter.
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Some golf course architects treat a course redesign like tailoring an old suit: put a tuck in here, let out a little there. Not Pete Dye.
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Named as one of the nine favorite collegiate golf courses by PGA.com readers, the Walker Course a
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Who knew hard labor could be so much fun?
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Just because you golf often, this doesn't mean you necessarily travel and golf often, at least not on trips that require travel by air.
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