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Comment from: Cormac [Visitor]
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Jason - once again your article is right on the money , out of the sweet spot or which ever cliché you wish to use.......
06/29/12 @ 14:04
Comment from: Chuck McDonough [Visitor]
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Jason,

It must have been great fun to play in the Pro-am! Portrush is a terrific test and great job parring Calamity; it is a very difficult par 3.

I hope you had some strong Irish winds blowing when you played; it is the true way to experience links golf at its finest.
07/03/12 @ 12:55
Comment from: Jason Scott [Member] Email
Cormac, thanks for the kind words. Chuck, pro-ams are for good golfers like you, not golfers who are a danger to the crowd like me. Still, it was a great experience.
07/03/12 @ 14:12

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Dates: November 1, 2013 - December 31, 2014
Enjoy six nights of four-star lodging in southwest Ireland, and five rounds of golf at Waterville Golf Links, Tralee Golf Links, Ballybunion Golf Course's Old Course, Doonbeg and Lahinch.
Price range: $2430