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The Coyne Cup 2017

Posted by Tom Casey on 2/4/17 9:30 AM

Bring your family to Scotland for Coyne Cup 2017: August 22nd - 26th  

 
 
This summer we'll head back into the dunes with New York  Times Bestselling Author, Tom Coyne, who  insisted that the tour­na­ment reflect the spirit of his  book,  ...
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Galway: One of 7 "under-the-radar" must visit cities.

Posted by Tom Casey on 1/18/17 8:40 AM

Following the news that Donegal is the coolest place on Earth,  another Irish city is making news of its own: Galway recently made the Tasting Table list of 7 cities under-the-radar that you need to visit this year

Surrounded by a vast ocean...

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Donegal: The Coolest Place on Earth

Posted by Tom Casey on 1/6/17 5:23 PM
Donegal's beautiful beaches and landscape along with their warm-hearted residents make it a great place to be.
 
This might be one of the reasons why the  National Geographic Traveller described  Donegal as the “coolest place on the...
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Best Courses for your Ireland Golf Trip

Posted by Tom Casey on 10/28/16 2:56 PM

As the Celtic Tiger con­tin­ues to work its way through aus­ter­ity and regain its foot­ing, the golf in Ire­land con­tin­ues to get bet­ter and bet­ter, and it was already pretty good!

Unbe­liev­able courses in stun­ning loca­tions are build­ing...

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Planning a Golf Trip to Ireland

Posted by Tom Casey on 10/28/16 2:55 PM

Most golfers plan­ning a golf vaca­tion to Ire­land work with an Ire­land trip plan­ner or a golf spe­cial­ist. When you con­sider the logis­tics involved, it’s easy to under­stand why. In this post I will try to break down some of the many...

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The Wild Atlantic Way

Posted by Tom Casey on 10/28/16 2:55 PM

If you have started research­ing a trip to the Old Sod, you have prob­a­bly come across the term, The Wild Atlantic Way. A cre­ation of Failte Ire­land (http://www.failteireland.ie/) , which is the National Tourism Devel­op­ment Author­ity of...

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Hiking in Ireland

Posted by Tom Casey on 10/28/16 2:55 PM

You would be hard pressed to find a more ideal place for a walking/hiking vaca­tion than Ire­land. It is as if the island was cre­ated for that sole purpose.

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Things you probably didn't know about Golf in Ireland

Posted by Tom Casey on 10/28/16 2:54 PM

Golf­ing in Ire­land is the same as golf­ing any­where else, except that it is much, much bet­ter! It is the same game and on a windy day it can be a lit­tle harder, but oth­er­wise golf is golf.

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Northern Ireland

Posted by Tom Casey on 10/28/16 2:54 PM

Sadly, most Amer­i­cans skip North­ern Ire­land when plan­ning a trip to the Old Sod. With so much to do and see in the south, it’s hard to find time in the itinerary.

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Dublin

Posted by Tom Casey on 10/28/16 2:54 PM

One ques­tion that I am asked more than any other about Ire­land is whether Dublin is worth vis­it­ing. The answer is a resound­ing yes, but with so much else to see and do on the Old Sod, don’t let it take up too much of your vacation.

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