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Emerald Greens
The Essential Guide to Golf Vacations in Ireland
Roisin McAuley, foreword by Darren Clarke

5" x 8" • 175 pages • full-color photos, maps
ISBN 9781566563802 • paperback • $16.95

Emerald Greens is for golfers who like sightseeing and adventure and want their non-golfing partners and companions to have a good time too.

It gives detailed descriptions of charming courses of great character and scenic beauty-many of them little known gems. All can be played for less than $75. Some cost as little as $15 a day. There are "Husband and Wife" bargain rates to be found as well.

It also explores the unique attractions in each area-the best of Irish food, drink, culture, scenery, and music. Have fun exploring islands, romantic ruins, exotic gardens and breathtaking scenery. Learn something of the history and drama of Ireland beyond the 18th green.

For golfers who have room in their heads and hearts for more than golf, this is an invaluable guide to what Ireland has to offer both on and off the course.

Roisin McAuley has been a broadcaster and journalist for more than 30 years. She has reported for the BBC from all over the world. She loves Ireland and golf and combines both in Emerald Greens.

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