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Wednesday, April 21, 2021


Courses & Travel

A year in progress for NI golf

For many clubs in Northern Ireland, the past 12 months have been a time to tighten the purse strings and hope for survival. For others, opportunity has arisen to invest in the future

Bang for your buck

Here are eight courses in Northern Ireland you may not have heard of which will keep you thoroughly entertained. Rack rate green fees for Golf Ireland members start at £25 or below. Ever played them?

Rich pickings to the North

Golf resumed play in Northern Ireland on April 1 and given the quality of courses to the north of the Border, players would’ve known exactly what they were missing

Allow your course to stand out with Mel Maclaine of Momentum Golf Photography

In the crowded golf space in Ireland, painting your course in its best light is a no brainer, whether you’re a major championship links or a quiet country parkland

New Gil Hanse Design at Les Bordes one to earmark for the future

This summer, Irish golfers will likely be staying and playing at home bolstering an economy badly in need, however, when the time comes to look further afield, Les Bordes and its New Course in France looks a special place to visit

The Hard Yards 

Despite the difficulties presented by 2020, clubs continued to invest for success… and evolution. Here are some changes to look forward to when golf reopens this year, and beyond

Warm weather golf on the horizon with Orizonte golf packages

As the winter chill sets in, what better way to warm the cockles than looking towards a sunny spring and some world class golf venues around Portugal offering exceptional value for money

Club spotlight lands on Irish royalty

Velvet turf and greens of gold. Portmarnock has quality running through all 27 holes, writes Kevin Markham. A must for your bucket list

Golf looking forward to coming Home

Much like our own Fair Isle, Scottish golf has been left to count the cost of a lack of tourism this year but all roads point to a big year ahead in 2021

See The Point 

Kevin Markham returns to Seapoint to admire the club’s development. Have you played it?

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