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Sunday, June 7, 2009
Adare Manor & Golf Resort – A Sawgrass Special
[Adare's infamous and beautiful 18th, where Richard Finch fell in the water on the way to winning the Irish Open]
There are many great ways to play the big courses in this country, and you can often do it for a fraction of the price. You just have to keep your eyes peeled for the offers, or have the nerve to phone up and dictate the terms. I favour the former approach!
Adare Manor & Golf Resort has a great offer on at the moment. And let’s be honest, as Parkland courses go, they don’t get grander or more glamorous than Adare. It was given the highest ranking of any parkland in Golf Digest Ireland’s Top 100 Course Ranking, If you can rustle up three mates and play as a fourball, they have a competition that could see you playing at Adare and then on to Sawgrass in the USA. And all for €75.
I’ve lifted these details from the site:
Adare Golf Club is proud to present The Summer Twilight Sawgrass Golf Challenge
Entry free for a team of four is €75.00 per person
11th May to 28th August 2009
Monday to Friday after 2.00pm
One team will qualify weekly to play in the regional final at Adare Golf Club on 30th August 2009. The qualifying team at the regional final will then go forward to take part in a Grand Final in Sawgrass Golf Resort & Spa on 24th September 2009. This trip includes return flights, accommodation, golf and car hire.
Approved by the R&A for payment of expenses. Rule 4-2g RA/25/2009
Terms & Conditions Apply
Download The Summer Twilight Sawgrass Golf Challenge pdf (go to: http://www.adaremanor.com/sawgrass-golf-challenge)
For further information contact: 00 353 61 605274 or email: email@example.com
And good luck.
There are plenty of great courses in this area and, if you happen to be heading for the links courses on the west coast, you’d be making a mistake to pass this beauty by.
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