|Scotland's Royal Dornoch: Just one of the fabled courses you can virtually visit with our golf podcasts. (GolfPublisher.com)|
Podcasts are just like any radio show you listen to in your car on the way to work. The only difference is you choose when to listen to them, unlike conventional radio where you're at the mercy of the station's programming schedule.
Today it's become popular for people to download a podcast to their portable MP3 player and listen to it on the subway or commuter train, or walking to work in the morning. Nearly all podcasts can be downloaded for free and have few or no commercials. They vary in length from a few minutes to an hour or more.
All it takes is a computer, an Internet connection and some speakers. You download a podcast as would an MP3 from iTunes or any other file-sharing program. You can save a podcast to your hard drive and play it as often as you like, or open it from the source site and just listen once.
The following podcasts related to golf travel in Europe are available for free.
November 24, 2006
Dublin is Ireland's largest and most tourist-friendly city, with marquee attractions from the Book of Kells to the Guinness brewery, But Ireland's best known golf courses are almost all on the west coast, in the northwest or in Northern Ireland. Because of this, many golfers on wish-list trips never set foot in the capital. That's a shame, because a trip to Dublin can combine the charms of all things urban and Irish with exceptional -- and inexpensive -- links and parkland golf.
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