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A Trip to Ireland — Day Two:...

Rather than write about why Michelle Wie shouldn’t be playing this week, I’ve decided to revisit my 2005 trip to Ireland — a precursor to the Ryder Cup that was supposed to be written for the National Post. It never happened...

A Week in Ireland: Day one — Carton...

Rather than write about why Michelle Wie shouldn’t be playing this week, I’ve decided to revisit my 2005 trip to Ireland — a precursor to the Ryder Cup that was supposed to be written for the National Post. It never happened...

Changes to the Top 100 courses in the world

There’s a fascinating article on the web about the changes to the Top 100 Courses list by Golf Magazine over the last few years. The list, which gives each course’s position since 1991, shows that while little has changed in the Top...

Photos of Ireland

On a day when I can’t really come up with a subject to write about, I determined it would be more interesting to have a photo montage of my trip to Ireland last month. Here’s some quick shots: Standing on the shoulders of giants...

Royal Portrush — the best?

As I’ve mentioned, two weeks ago I managed a trip to Ireland that included the likes of Portmarnock, the European Club, Royal County Down, County Louth and Carton House (more on these later.) But for what it is worth, I thought the best...

Back from Ireland — here's my...

For those interested, here’s a piece that appeared in the National Post today on the K Club. I love Ireland. Portrush is among the handful of best designs I’ve ever played. But the K Club is no Gleneagles. K Club choice worthy of an...

Review: Crail Golf Club

Review: Crail, Balcomie Links, Crail, Scotland: One of the world’s oldest golf courses, Crail is sublime, strange, wonderful, whimsical and weird — all at the same time. It is also one of the truly great golf experiences to be...