Playing links golf in Ireland is fine, but don't limit yourself
The Woodenbridge Golf Club, south of Dublin in County Wicklow, looks like it was straight out of one of those old soap commercials, you know the one, with the Irish guy and girl cavorting through an idyllic Irish countryside.
It’s set in a valley, ringed by green-topped hills, and shot through with two of the most beautiful Irish rivers, sparkling like diamonds during the few times they get sun here.
It isn’t a particularly difficult course – though it is fairly narrow and requires accuracy – but the setting is unbelievable, especially for someone who is looking for “Irish” countryside.
It’s one of the prettiest courses I’ve ever played – if I had submitted to all the urges I had to take pictures, I’d have hundreds. Instead, I have dozens.
Look for the full review coming soon…
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P.S. Thanks for the tip on Jim 'n Nicks BBQ - it was on the money.
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