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Winding Down the Year

Posted by Tom Casey on 10/28/16 2:53 PM
 
Ready or not, fall is here, and win­ter is right around the cor­ner. The end of the golf sea­son in many parts of the coun­try is near. This is the time of year that many con­ver­sa­tions in pro shops and 19thholes turn to next year.
 
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Christmas Shopping in Ireland

Posted by Tom Casey on 10/28/16 2:53 PM

 

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Scottish/Irish Links get cheap?

Posted by Tom Casey on 10/28/16 2:53 PM

As the dol­lar strength­ens vs. other cur­ren­cies the price of a golf trip to Scot­land or Ire­land is drift­ing closer to the cost of play­ing here in the states. How close? You might be surprised!

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Ireland Learns to Cook

Posted by Tom Casey on 10/28/16 2:53 PM

Close to thirty years ago my new wife and I hon­ey­mooned in Ire­land. We loved the peo­ple, the scenery, the hotels, the pubs, the B&B’s and of course, the Guin­ness. The food, not so much. Irish “Cui­sine” at the time could best be summed up as...

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Ireland is on Sale

Posted by Tom Casey on 10/28/16 2:52 PM
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Five Rounds This Fall

Posted by Tom Casey on 10/28/16 2:52 PM
It’s been five months since our last newsletter, but I have a good excuse for the delay. I’ve been busy, really busy.
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I’ve been work­ing on the Railroad…

Posted by Tom Casey on 10/28/16 2:51 PM
 
“All aboard for Hog­warts”: Many read­ers of this blog will soon be send­ing sons and daugh­ters back to school for the semes­ter. Your child may or may not be headed to Hog­warts, but Hog­warts is just one of the...
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The Coyne Cup

Posted by Tom Casey on 10/28/16 2:50 PM
 
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The Case for Northern Ireland

Posted by Tom Casey on 10/25/16 5:07 PM

 

For such a small coun­try, North­ern Ire­land has a lot to offer.

 
Yet most Amer­i­cans that travel to the island of  Ire­land never step foot in the north. Peo­ple that travel to the South of  Ire­land gen­er­ally go there for the...
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