And the only thing you need to qualify is a golf swing and a GUI handicap. You don't need to be a single figure handicapper - they're looking for golfers of all abilities...
This is the third year that GDI are involving amateur golfers in the process of identifying Ireland's Top 100 golf courses (for 2014).
If you get selected, you will be heading off to play a minimum of 10 Irish golf courses for free. There's no guarantee you'll be playing the best courses in the country, but it's also unlikely you'll be playing the worst.
|Anyone care to guess the identity of this Top 100 parkland course?|
Raters will receive a day's 'training' on how to review a course and then they have from mid-March to late September to play lots of free golf.
Buy the GDI magazine (February issue out now), or visit www.golfdigesttop100.ie to throw your name in the hat... and who knows where you'll be playing. If it's anywhere nice, drop me a line.
Is it Mount Wolsely? The par 5, seventh?ReplyDelete
Nice one - it is indeed. You play there a bit then?Delete
Nice reading! I will definitely buy & read the latest edition of GDI Magazine. I love to play golf and my favorite golf course in Ireland is Ballybunion. It is the favorite golf course of iconic golfer Tom Watson as well.ReplyDelete