KINSALE, CO. CORK, Ireland — There are a few days in golf that transcend all others, that are magical, for whatever reason. Sometimes it can be how well you played, sure. But it can also be with whom you played, or where you played, or the time of day, or the way the light was, and the weather.
WATERVILLE, CO. KERRY, Ireland — In the mid-1980s, an American named Jay Connolly, along with several club members from Winged Foot Golf Club in New York, came to southwest Ireland, played Waterville Golf Links near the peaceful village on the Atlantic Ocean and fell in love with the place.
Looking forward to an amazing experience Welcome. Thank you for finding this site. I hope that the stories that will come, about a pending trip to Ireland and Wales in early September, and the past writings that have been placed here, will bring you back, and that you’ll share these stories with others who love […]
In golf, putting is absolutely the simplest thing, right?
BANDON — It is a quirk of Grant Rogers, the director of instruction at Bandon Dunes Golf Resort, that he won’t tell you how old he is, nor even provide a few clues, though in the Internet age, that notion seems as quaint as playing golf with a hickory-shafted mashie niblick.
BANDON — For the second straight year, Eri Crum played very well on the Bandon Dunes course at the Speedgolf World Championships at Bandon Dunes Golf Resort.
An avid golfer, architect Sam Dunn got so frustrated with slow play that he wrote a book about the problem, with numerous tips for golfers to improve their pace of play.