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The Portmarnock Golf Club
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County Louth Golf Club
Royal County Down
Royal Portrush Golf Club
Port Stewart Golf Club
Ballyliffin Golf Club
Carne Golf Links
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Mistaken for the place where golf began, they have been called the “links of heaven” and the “greatest golf courses in the world.” For anyone who has played the magical links courses of Ireland, all that makes sense. Their qualities, British golf writer Henry Longhurst, decided, were a combination of course design, scenery and atmosphere — plus “that indefinable something which makes you relive again and again the day you played there.”

In our previous two books, Legendary Golf Clubs of Scotland England Wales & Ireland and Legendary Golf Clubs of the American East EdgeworthEditions has taken you on privileged insider's tours of the premier golf clubs of Britain and the eastern United States. Now you're invited to spend time with photographer Anthony Edgeworth and writer John de St. Jorre as they tour the dazzling links courses of the Emerald Isle, visiting the clubhouses, talking with members and capturing the surrounding countryside at locales like Ballybunion, Royal County Down, Portmarnock, Lahinch, Donnegal, Tralee, Waterville and Royal Portrush: names that evoke memories of blustering winds and sweeping strands. Ireland is enjoying a marvelous economic boom, and as a venue for golfers the island from the north to south has no match on earth.

"If I had to have one book on the courses of Ireland on my coffee table, this would be it. The photographs drew me into the pages and onto the grass - I can smell Ireland when I open it!  Anthony has captured the chilly mists and warm swaths of biblical light that illuminate the Irish countryside, which make you feel that even though your game may have gone to hell, you are still playing in heaven." David Feherty, contributor, Golf Magazine and GolfOnline, and CBS Sports broadcaster

The greatest—the best—golf books flow out of their authors' grphp of inclusiveness. It's what we get out of Darwin , out of Herb Wind, out of Wodehouse: the whole deal. I look at these images, read the text, and there comes a sense of the entirety of the experience of Irish golf, wherever played… I have no hesitation in declaring this book to be Edgeworth's and de St. Jorre's noblest effort yet, worthy of comparison in all significant artistic qualities with Bernard Darwin's and Harry Rountree's Golf Courses of the British Isles , published almost a century ago, and equally entitled as that classic to space in any golf library that claims to be serious. … Indispensable.” Michael Thomas, Travel & Leisure Golf Magazine

“It is a magnificent book, with superb photographs and a wonderful narrative, which combine so well to capture the essence of playing golf in Ireland .” Sir Michael Bonallack , former secretary and captain, the Royal & Ancient Golf Club of St. Andrews

“Photographer Anthony Edgeworth and writer John de St. Jorre have pulled off a great hat trick with their third and final golf book. Ireland has yet again provided wonderful writing and magnificent photographs and the authors have both done it proud.” Ian Wooldridge, golf columnist, The Daily Mail , London

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