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  1. Ireland is spoilt for choice with world class golf courses. In fact over a quarter of the World's true links courses are situated on the emerald isle (and the other 300 or so courses aren't too bad either!!!). From the likes of Ballybunion, and Lahinch in the South West to the delights of Royal Portrush and Royal County Down in the North, and Enniscrone and Ballyliffen on the rugged west coast which region deserves the title of being the number-one place to visit? If you've been there; tell us what's the best in your opinion. Or if you have not been; what regions would you like to go to first? And of course, with the Irish renowned for their warm hospitality, let us know about any good stories from your visit...! Thanks, Guy
  2. Just quick heads up that Golfbreaks.com's amazing sweepstakes to win a Golf Vacation for 4 to South West Ireland is ending this Sunday - May 15th. I am not over egging when I say that it really is that good. The winner and 3 buddies will enjoy 7 nights and 5 rounds, staying in Killarney in 4* accommodations and playing these world class tracks: Ballybunion, Waterville, Tralee, Dooks and Killarney. The prize details are as follows: 7 nights and 5 rounds of golf for 4 people to South West Ireland: ✔ 7 Nights' B&B at Killarney Plaza Hotel and Spa 4* ✔ 5 rounds of golf at Old Course Ballybunion, Waterville Golf Course, Tralee Golf Course, Dooks Golf Course and Killeen Course at Killarney Golf Club ✔ Car rental (self drive) for your entire stay Please enter before Sunday, plus let all your golfing buddies know (to improve your chances of winning - as long as they invite you!). Enter here Good luck, Guy
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