Press Release Summary = A blogger\'s progress through Ireland golf. Top destinations at WorldGolf.com
Press Release Body = From Staff Reports, Golf Publisher Syndications
(April 5, 2007) - GolfEurope.com\'s Brandon Tucker spent two weeks on the Emerald Isle in March, driving from Dublin to Northern Ireland. Camera and laptop in hand, he offers some first-person sights and sounds in his daily blog series.
March 1: Time for a two-week golf tour. Irritated by snow in Las Vegas, Tucker embarks for sunnier pastures: Ireland in March.
March 3: What is the deal with these white posts? On the trip-opening round at Portmarnock Golf Club outside Dublin, Tucker encounters a heretofore unseen phenomenon: white posts outlining the fairways. He ponders the pros and cons.
March 3: Rainbow over Portmarnock. You can get all four seasons in one round of golf on the Emerald Isle - a perfect environment for rainbows.
March 7: Braving the elements. How far are you willing to go to make your tee time at a world-class course like Royal County Down?
March 7: A scenic drive in Northern Ireland. The Causeway Coastal Route provides visual splendors galore.
March 7: A wicked hole for slicers. Royal Portrush features a hole few slicers survive.
March 8: Star of the future. You can\'t have a golf conversation in Northern Ireland without hearing about the local pride and joy: Rory McIlroy.
March 10: Links golf at the edge of the world. Remote Ballyliffin Golf Club is Ireland\'s northernmost course and worth the trek.
March 10: More northwestern bargains. They say the roads in Ireland\'s northwest are bad. They\'re right. But it\'s smooth sailing at Enniscrone Golf Club.
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April 6, 2007 Any opinions expressed above are those of the writer and do not necessarily represent the views of the management.