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Beware of "Americanized" Golf Resorts on Your UK and Ireland Golf Vacations
Written By: GolfVacationInsider.com on Sep 17 2008
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The tip you are about to read dispels one of the commonly held misconceptions about UK and Ireland golf vacations.


You see, in addition to the historic qualities and purity of UK and Ireland golf courses, we Americans are often lured across the pond by the romantic notion that overcrowded courses and slow play are never an issue over there.


While that's true, for the most part, at the UK and Ireland's "private" golf courses (where you get a member-for-a-day experience, much like our "semi-private" clubs), we often find that the experience at UK and Ireland golf resorts is often disappointingly similar to that of certain, popular public courses here in the States.

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David Baum - GolfVacationInsider.comDavid Baum serves as Publisher & Editor-in-Chief of the Golf Odyssey and Golf Vacation Insider newsletters. He is a leading expert on golf travel and has played more than 50 courses in five countries in the last twelve months alone. In addition to authoring two golf travel books, Planning the Ultimate Golf Vacation and Planning the Ultimate Bandon Dunes Golf Vacation, he serves as the golf travel columnist for Dealmaker Magazine and has been featured in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Los Angeles Times, The International Herald Tribune, USATODAY.com, Golf For Women, US Airways Magazine, Bloomberg News, Cigar Aficionado and other national publications.

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