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Comment from: Maitiu MacCabe [Visitor]
Sorry Tim,

Its pronounced "MOTE", not "Moot".

And there are many other golfing jewels missed by visiting Americans in their quest for the big links courses. Nenagh, Newlands, Mt Wolseley, Tulfarris - a dream of a course - and Headfort come to mind immediately.

Good article.

Maitiu MacCabe

05/10/06 @ 12:55
Comment from: Tim McDonald [Member] Email
Maitiu, interesting note on the pronunciation: The Irish pronounced it sort of a combination of "Mote" and "Moot," at least the way I understood it. Which isn't to say I understood everything they said.

Anyway, it's a great course, and I have a series of articles coming out shortly on five or six hidden gems in both Ireland and Scotland, just the tip of the iceberg.
05/11/06 @ 10:08

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