We’ve been making plans – seems like ages – for the next great golf trip! Three couples taking off soon and I make the fourth golfer in the group.  I love my men friends but am a little wishy-washy when the girls are discussing cooking classes and hikes and the like. But this is Ireland, the country of memorable, famous, and challenging golf courses.  I’m delighted to know I’ll be having my caddy along to carry my bag, hand me my club, clean my club, and most of all, point me in the direction of the pin.

We’ll be playing some of the well-known courses – Doonbeg, Lahinch, Ballybunion, Tralee, Waterville, Olde Head. Is that enough for two weeks? We’ll spend two days at Doonbeg, four days in Killlarney, two nights in Knsale and three nights in Dublin.

Dublin promises to be fun for the six of us as we visit the Book of Kells,Jameson, St, Stephens Green, St. Patrick’s Cathedral. Staying along the River Liffey, we hope to catch a glimpse of this beautiful city before heading through the countryside of southern Ireland.

I’m prepared for all kinds of weather – sun (please, God), wind, rain, and fog. It’s one of those climates where they say you can have four seasons in one day.  I’ll try to post from all of our destinations, typing fast trying to highlight the trip. Come along and travel with us.