The current issue of Irish Golfer Magazine has a full review of Cork Golf Club, which includes a brief interview with Liam Higgins and his account of when Seve came to play the Alister MacKenzie designed course in 1983... the day after he had won the Irish Open.
Liam and Seve played an exhibition match play event. Read on and you'll see their score card.
Golf writer & photographer. Author of ‘Hooked’, the most comprehensive guide to Ireland's golf courses, and ‘Driving the Green’. Published by Collins Press. Editor for Destination Golf Ireland, feature writer for Irish Golfer Magazine freelancer for Irish Examiner. Golf is in the blood. http://www.kevinmarkhamphotography.com
Sunday, March 27, 2016
Tuesday, March 22, 2016
Dooks Membership Offer
|Views over Dooks' beautiful landscape|
Monday, March 21, 2016
Golf Ireland Golf Promotion - Saturday April 2nd
|West Waterford Golf Club|
A couple of weeks ago I said I would let you know as soon as I heard about Golf Ireland’s 2016 ‘Dublin Golf Promotion’ event.
In what is a departure from previous years, when the event was held in Ballsbridge, in the evening, the 2016 event by Failte Ireland's 'Golf Ireland' arm has moved to the Crowne Plaza hotel in Santry. It will
Tuesday, March 15, 2016
Trump and the Doonbeg Wall
|Doonbeg's 9th green... in serious danger of being|
Forgive me Father… it has been three months since I last bashed Donald Trump.
That’s not strictly true. I’ve been enjoying myself on Twitter, watching the videos people have been making about the guy and listening in utter astonishment at some of the things he’s saying. By tomorrow morning he could very realistically be the
Monday, March 7, 2016
St Patrick's Day Golf
|Ballyliffin Glashedy par three 5th|
It's not a trick question... although after the winter we've had you might consider it an ironic one. If the answer is 'yes' then I admire your perseverance and love of the game; if it's no then you must be relishing
Saturday, March 5, 2016
Druid's Glen Fourballs Up For Grabs - Mellon Educate
|The par three 12th at Druid's Glen|
It’s not a difficult question: would you like a chance at winning a four ball to play Ireland’s most entertaining parkland – Druid’s Glen – AND a four ball for Druid’s Heath, next door… while also helping a fabulous cause? Would it help if I told you that there was a 1-in-47 chance of winning? And that there are 2nd and
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