Bill Ruskin has traveled to Scotland and Ireland and was a co-founder of Quality Golf International.

 

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Brian Keogh has been a sports writer for more than 25 years and a full time golf correspondent since 2000.  

 

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ABOUT THE BOOKS

 

 

The American Golfer's Guide to Ireland

 

Graeme McDowell, US Open Champion, Pebble Beach, 2010 in his Foreword invites you to visit Ireland, and if you see him on the links, stop over and say hello.

 

Bill Ruskin, together with Brian Keogh, takes the golf tourist and pilgrim alike to the Emerald Isle, where there are more golf courses per square mile than in any part of the world.

 

With prose that is as smooth and fluid as Padraig Harrington's swing, Ruskin transports golf enthusiasts into a delightful guided tour of the green mists through his impeccably crafted words and a comprehensive listing of informative travel related websites in The American Golfer's Guide to Ireland.

 

A true gem of a book, The American Golfer's Guide to Ireland is an insighful and indispensable guide with an entire section devoted to tips on successfully playing ‘links golf’ with Brian Keogh and truckloads of practical tips and strategies for the grandest golf tour one can embark.

 

 


 

 

The American Golfer's Guide to Scotland

 

There’s no place like home for the golf enthusiast than Scotland.


After all, Scotland is known as the original birthplace of the sport and is renowned for its fascinating history, rich culture and heritage. Most of all, the country’s golf courses are situated amidst some of the spectacular scenery in the world.

 

From the famous greens of Turnberry and The Old Course to the newly added courses of the Machrihanish Dunes Golf Club and Castle Stuart, Bill Ruskin lends his expertise in everything there is to know about golfing in Scotland in
The American Golfer's Guide to Scotland!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bill Ruskin, together with Brian Keogh, takes the golf tourist and pilgrim alike to the Emerald Isle, where there are more golf courses per square mile ...

 

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There’s no place like home for the golf enthusiast than Scotland. After all, Scotland

 

is known as the original birthplace of the sport and is renowned for its fascinating history

 

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