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Comment from: Dermot O'Regan [Visitor] Email
Hi Brandon

You will be staying with us at "Seasons Lodge" in Enniscrone on your trip.
We have the WiFi and the Guinness is not too far away.

Look forward to meeting you and having a "PINT"

Dermot & Alanna
03/02/07 @ 06:01
Comment from: Shanks [Visitor] Email
I'm jealous. Have done a lot of research in preparation for my future trip to the Emerald Isle. More than anything, the info I get is that the top tier Irish courses outshine the top tier in Scotland, but that Scotland has a greater depth of quality. As I'm sure the O'Regans will testify, the golf in NW Ireland is loaded with what we Americans would call hidden gems. Carne, Enniscrone & County Sligo will no doubt be amongst the best links in the world.

You couldn't possibly write too much about this trip to satisfy my curiosity. Cheers!!
03/02/07 @ 12:36
Comment from: Brandon Tucker [Visitor] Email
Shanks, I'll keep you posted. More than half my trip will be up north and the northwest, not making it down to Ballybunion, but County Down, Enniscrone, Portrush, and more. Kiel and Tim have recently hit the other favorites like K Club and Ballybunion.
03/02/07 @ 14:51
Comment from: golf [Visitor] Email
I would love to play golf or just visit Ireland.
05/25/10 @ 18:55

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