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Some Top Golf Holiday destinations in Atlantic Canada

Like most regions of North America, eastern Canada has enjoyed a golf boom since the early 90s. One of the most prominent new golfing destinations is Prince Edward Island, Canada's smallest province, located in the Atlantic Ocean, just off...

Some Top Golf Holiday destinations in Quebec

The French-speaking Canadian province of Quebec is perhaps not as well known as many other places for its outstanding golf. But it is worth taking a look. Quebec is not only the home of several outstanding traditional courses, but...

Surprise! The links of Ireland are awesome

OK. We know Scotland is the home of golf. Golf courses in every small town and all that. Historic links courses built up and down the coastlines. Good good. But it turns out Ireland is no slouch when it comes...

Royal Dornoch Comes Alive

Lorne Rubenstein is a well know golf author who writes a regular column for the Globe and Mail, a Canadian newspaper out of Toronto. He has also written and co-authored a number of books about the golf swing, working...

Our First Golf Trip to Scotland

I have waited a long time to summarize our two golfing trips to Scotland. The first one was back in the summer of 2001. The second was in late June of 2003. My memory of some of the details...

The Golfing in Ireland Really is Tremendous

After planning a golf trip to Ireland for almost 18 months, Judy and I finally got there this July (2004). Our conclusion: Ireland is a wonderful place to visit, and golfing in Ireland is pretty incredible. Home base was about...

Our Golf Trip to the Moose Mountain Region of Saskatchewan

On the second leg of our Saskatchewan trip we headed about two hours southeast of Regina to the region called Moose Mountain, just north of Carlyle in the southeast corner of the province. If you think you had Saskatchewan wrong...

Golfing at Dakota Dunes in Saskatchewan

A few days into our Saskatchewan trip this summer (July 2005) we headed up the road towards Saskatoon to play the new golf course called Dakota Dunes. This course is located on the Whitecap Dakota First Nation lands in...

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Royal Dornoch Comes Alive

Lorne Rubenstein is a well know golf author who writes a regular column for the Globe and Mail, a Canadian newspaper out of Toronto....

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