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Comment from: Mary [Visitor]
Damn! Was just in Dublin last month, hiking in the Wicklow mountains, and missed out on golf. It was beautiful, but kind of snowing, so we decided not to play.
04/14/06 @ 21:15
Comment from: Tim McDonald [Member] Email
Oh well, next time maybe...
04/15/06 @ 14:43
Comment from: Shanks [Member] Email
So many courses, so little time. On our trip to Scotland in 2004, we decided to stick with links golf only, with the reasoning being we can play fabulous inland courses at home. (Not to say there aren't fabulous inland courses in the UK.) So we played a couple of the Open rota courses and a lot of the "second tier" courses. Well, they are terrific too. Best time I've ever had in my life and I wouldn't change a thing. In fact we're going over next year and will do the same thing but in different parts of the country.

P.S. Thanks for the tip on Jim 'n Nicks BBQ - it was on the money.
04/17/06 @ 12:47

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