I have always maintained that if you get a decent bit of weather that one of the most enjoyable golf holidays in the world is to stay at the Butler Arms Hotel, run for many years by the Huggard family, and play golf at the world famous Waterville Golf Links. For many years our company
We had a few days in Kerry last month. November is probably an unusual time to spend time in Kerry but it did give us the opportunity to have most of the county and the roads, more or less to ourselves. This is a good feeling as their roads, especially around The Ring of Kerry
Henry Longhurst the wonderful UK golf writer and commentator, when talking about winter golf in this part of the world used to say” The trouble about playing golf in the winter, is that we need to wear at least three sweaters. The problem is though, that if we wear three sweaters, we can’t play golf”.
Today I publish with Michelle’s continuing help my 100th blog. That in itself is amazing because even though my younger brother Martin has been doing a regular blog from France where he runs, with his wife Sile, a very special B&B I would never have thought of doing one without the encouragement of Greg Canty
Listening to Radio Kerry on Monday whilst driving back to Cork I heard that a planning application is about to go in to Kerry County Council to knock the existing Waterville Lake Hotel and build a much smaller 32 bedroomed hotel in its place. The Skellig Bay Golf course across the road from the hotel