Golf - Off the beaten track: Scotland Series 3
May 14, 2018 / Featured destinations
Island Hopping and the Kintyre Peninsula Introduction This series introduces golf courses in remote locations or away from popular golf tour areas. Tour 3 covers three islands in the Firth of Clyde and the Kintyre Peninsula. Arran is ...

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Golf - Off The Beaten Track: Scotland Series 2
April 24, 2018 / Featured destinations
Golf - “Off the beaten track” Scotland Series - 2 Golf in the far North of Scotland. Introduction This series introduces golf courses in remote locations or away from popular golf tour areas. You can...

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Historic Golf Tour of Scotland
April 14, 2018 / Golf Trips
Historic Golf Tour of Scotland Introduction This tour is ideal for players interested in golf history. It features courses North and South of the Firth of Forth where much of the early game developed. With minima...

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Golf: “Off The Beaten Track” Series: Scotland
March 20, 2018 / Featured destinations
Introduction This series introduces golf courses in remote locations or away from popular golf tour areas. They can be played as a complete individually tailored tour, or particular courses can be included or added to a popular tour. ...

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St Andrews Part 5: The Robertson Family
February 19, 2018 / St Andrews
In the early 19th century golf was played with hand–crafted clubs and balls that were expensive and not long lasting. Consequently, the game was mainly played by the nobility and wealthy gentlemen. At this time professionals could mak...

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St Andrews Part 4: The Royal and Ancient Golf Club (R & A)
January 24, 2018 / Golf History
Introduction – In Part 3 we introduced the founders of the Society of St Andrews Golfers. Forming the Society in 1754 was a positive action. They became the third Scottish society and were well placed to be an important auth...

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St Andrews Part 3: The Founders of “The Society of St Andrews Golfers”
December 26, 2017 / Golf History
Introduction Early in the 18th century the first golf clubs were formed and better documentary records of golf history were kept. We are concentrating on the social parts of the story rather than a documentary of events. The Society...

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Great Irish Golf Course Architects No. 2 - Pat Ruddy & Patrick Merrigan
December 20, 2017 / Golf Course Architects
Pat Ruddy Introduction Pat Ruddy comes from the small townland of Ballymote in County Sligo, North West Ireland. He has been consumed by golf all of his life. He was a good amateur player; he then became one of Ireland’s mo...

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Grand Golf Tours - Ireland Series 3: Golf Along The Wild Atlantic Way
December 11, 2017 / Featured destinations
Introduction  This tour takes you further up the West coast of Ireland from where Series Number 2 started in Galway. The whole coastline from Westport up to Donegal and Narin & Portnoo is part of the Wild Atlantic Way, a windswe...

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Ireland Golf Tour - Dublin and The Surrounding Area
November 30, 2017 / Featured destinations
Introduction Dublin is unique as a base for golfers. It has sufficient quality courses in or close to Dublin County to play a week’s quality golf from one hotel. Portmarnock and ‘The European’ are world ranked courses; ...

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