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Books on Golf

Golf in Scotland: The Hidden Gems

Golf in Scotland:

The Hidden Gems

The book provides playing notes and details on more than 120 of Scotland's “Hidden Gem” golf courses (10 new to this edition), including notes for women players on many courses. The early chapters give information about touring and driving in Scotland. The book also recommends more than 170 pubs, restaurants, and tea rooms, and almost 50 Bed and Breakfast or Guest House lodgings throughout Scotland. For non-golfers or those non-golf days, the book details more than 50 of Scotland's best visitor attractions.

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Golf in Scotland II: Scotland and Wales

Golf In Scotland II:

Scotland and Wales

The book details playing notes and courses information on 95 Scottish and 27 Welsh famous and lesser known courses, including notes for women on many courses (different courses than Golf in Scotland: The Hidden Gems). The first chapter is all about getting started on your Scottish or Welsh tour. The book includes recommendations for more than 200 pubs, restaurants, and tea rooms, as well 100 Bed and Breakfast or Guest House lodgings in both countries. The “Attractions” section in each chapter lists dozen of the best of Scotland's and Wales' tourist destinations.

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Golf in Ireland: A Comprehensive Guide

Golf Ireland:

A Comprehensive Guide

This book features playing notes and details on almost 90 of Ireland's famous and little known links and parkland golf courses. Many of the courses include playing notes for women. In the book are recommendations for more than 100 pubs, restaurants and tea rooms throughout Ireland. Also there are recommendations for more than 50 Bed and Breakfast and small Guest House lodgings. More than 100 of Ireland’s best tourist attractions are noted, as well.

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Books on Travel

Sixteen Years of Travel in Scotland, Ireland, England, and Wales

Sixteen Years of Travel in Scotland, Ireland, England, and Wales

Sixteen Years of Travel… is not a travel guide, although you might get some ideas of what you would want to do and see on your own trips—like the grand castles at Edinburgh and Stirling, the famous Llanfair PG on the Isle of Angelsey in Wales, the two special competing restaurants in Helmsdale, or what the Scots deep fry.

Sixteen Years of Travel… tells about the Scourge of the Highlands, and the chocolate eating fox of East Claire. There are heroes, villains, and beasties. Food to die for and food that could kill you. Hints for driving on the other side and hints for the drivers of golf balls.

The book has chapters on driving, golf, wee beasties, food, castles and attractions, B&Bs and guest houses, the people, and a little bit of everything else. All this in small vignettes gathered by two retired teachers who began traveling to the British Isles when they retired. A three-week vacation trip to Scotland to celebrate retirement has turned into a love affair with Scotland, Ireland, England, and Wales. That love affair has generated the stories in this book.

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Ten Years of Travel in Scotland, Ireland, England, and Wales

Ten Years of Travel in Scotland, Ireland, England, and Wales

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The Rambling Adventures of a Traveler and Golfer

The Rambling Adventures of a Traveler and Golfer

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