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From Scotland's Prestwick (pictured) to Portugal's Praia D'El Rey, TravelGolf.com bloggers have plenty to say about European golf.
From Scotland's Prestwick (pictured) to Portugal's Praia D'El Rey, TravelGolf.com bloggers have plenty to say about European golf. (GolfPublisher.com)

Irish pubs and Polish women: Bloggers weigh in on golf, travel in Europe

By GolfPublisher Staff,
Staff Report

Featured Blog Series: European Golf News and Notes with WorldGolf.com's Jeff White.

Featured Blog Series:Blogging in Ireland: GolfEurope.com's Brandon Tucker spent two weeks in Ireland and Northern Ireland and was blogging between swings.

Featured blog series: Golf travels in Scotland - Follow GolfEurope.com's Brandon Tucker on his 15-day trek through the cradle of golf, with opinions and observations on the golf courses at Turnberry, Dornoch, Aberdeen, Carnoustie and St. Andrews.

Real estate intrudes on a would-be gem at Praia D'El Rey in Portugal

The 18th at Oitavois in Portugal is more difficult than Carnoustie's closer

Portugal area tabbed 'Best European golf destination'

Scotland vs. Ireland: Which is the better golf destination?

The Carrick in Loch Lomond will add to Scotland's world-class golf offerings

Golf and more in Lisbon, Oitavos

Free TV on the internet thanks to TVU

Siding with Donald Trump's resort in Aberdeen

St. Andrews has a world-class practice facility as well

2006 Ryder Cup looks like a rout for the Euros

When traveling in Europe, beware the "Speak English Tax"

Fancy hotels should pamper guests with honest prices, not pretty lobbies

The truth about Polish women

Cell phone allowance one more reason not to fly RyanAir in Europe

Krakow Valley in Poland has high-caliber post-golf activity

Krakow Valley, Poland, hope to build a golf tradition in Europe

U.S. airlines could learn something from more civilized Euro-carriers

Try Mt. Temple in the heart of Ireland

Don't play just links courses in Ireland

Press revolt in Italy!

The Old Course at St. Andrews is obsolete

Golf in Italy: Are there courses and do the women really have hairy armpits?

Golf travel in Ireland: The good, the bad and the ugly

Dublin pubs are cute but expensive

Pennard on Wales' southwest coast is one of a kind

Wales catches on with hospitality at the St. Brides Hotel & Spa in Saundersfoot

Wales' future looks bright

Royal Porthcawl: British Isles' most underrated links?

Exciting time at Celtic Manor Resort

Wales making noise

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  • Ping Golf

    Shania18 wrote on: Aug 18, 2011

    The Golf Club has recently undergone extensive renovations recently, including the expansion of the clubhouse now equipped with screens, flat screen TV, among many other improvements. The improvement of facilities in the clubhouse further strengthened his credentials as a place for banquets, receptions and parties, entries that are prepared by world-class club cooks. The culinary team of the club can easily create custom menus suited to any occasion.
    Ping Golf