Yes, it’s that time of the year when the Irish, English, Welsh and Scottish trainers and jockeys do battle for honours at the annual Cheltenham racing festival. I have been there just once for two days and the memory of the wonderful atmosphere that prevails there is still strong. The first race I ever saw
There was a cold wind from the east on Saturday morning last as I walked Derrynane beach. It was, as always, very spectacular and I have never been disappointed walking there. Same can’t always be said for walks I have had in other beautiful places when following the small white ball. After the walk I
I’m always thinking of a song For Anjani to sing It will be about our lives together It will be very light or very deep But nothing in between I will write the words And she will write the melody I won’t be able to sing it Because it will climb too high She will
Earlier in the month I did an interview in Dublin with Marian Finucane for RTE Radio. The interview came about as a result of an article that Sandra O Connell had written in The Sunday Times last year on the new business I had set up called Ted Dwyer Family Business. A business designed to
I have said in a previous blog post that Little Island Golf Course situated east of Cork City is a very special historic place. A truly wonderful unique golf course build on an old limestone quarry site that runs alongside the River lee. See photo below of 6th green surrounded by those magnificent quarries. The
Little Island Golf Club, on the banks of the River Lee in Cork is a unique, wonderful place. The land at Little Island, on which most of the golf club is located was once a very productive limestone quarry site and provided important employment to the people who lived in Little Island and surrounding areas.