Golf in Ireland is unrivaled, instruction can be less complicated, and author Tom Wishon on the perfect golf club
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Did watching the 36th Ryder Cup Matches at The K Club peak your interest in golfing in Ireland? Podcast host Dave Berner talks to TravelGolf.com’s Kiel Christianson about why the Irish golf experience is second to none, even Scotland.
“If I were forced to choose between the two, I would choose Ireland,” Christianson says. “I had a fantastic experience in both place, but the variety of the golf and the variety of the towns, and the people, and food even, [gave] Ireland a little bit of an edge.”
“It’s not a simple process for somebody to hit the golf ball better,” Solomon says. “What we’re trying to do is take away the millions of thoughts people have. It’s always going to be a little bit difficult to hit the golf ball, but there are ways to improving that aren’t being used.”
“The golf industry has really evolved into one size fits all, and the unfortunate side of that is that people go out, they spend a lot of money on clubs, they hit bad shots and end up blaming themselves and their swing,” says Wishon, author of the The Search for the Perfect Golf Club. “When for at least 80 percent of the golfers who play, if the clubs were accurately custom fit to the right length and specifications … they’d play better, and they’d score better and they’d enjoy the game more.”
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