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Comment from: Brian [Visitor] Email
I've been fortunate enough to play Enniscrone 4 times during my 4 different trips to Ireland and I can tell you that it is one of my favorite places I've ever been. Our first trip there we were the last group off the course on the night of the women's award banquet. There was nothing really open food wise and we asked if we could get something to go from the kitchen. They not only did that but set up the table of the 8 of us and put up some partitions so that we could eat in the dining room even though the banquet was going on. Every single good thing you hear about Enniscrone and for the matter Ireland is completely true. I love the place and will be heading back this year for trip number 5. Unfortunately Enniscrone isn't on our agenda this year but Ballybunion (Old and Cashen), Doonbeg, Waterville, Skellig Bay, Lahinch and Old Head (Twice!!!!) all are. I plan to basically go back to Ireland every other year for as long as I'm able to make the trip. I'm glad you are enjoying it.

This is not spam and you're welcome to remove it if you feel that it is but I'd like to recommend Golf Vacations Ireland for you're booking needs. Eamonn has gone above and beyond on so many occasions for me personally that there's no way I'd use another company. His prices are also the best I've seen.
03/10/07 @ 15:05
Comment from: Golf Goddess [Visitor] Email
"Most European B&Bs are cramped and out-of-date" so you prefer the more modern rooms? Are you the SAME Brandon Tucker who was complaining in a recent blog about the Americanization of Europe?
03/16/07 @ 10:33

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