Golf Course Information If you have a golf course in the European Alps, why not tell us about it? Here, in this space. Naturally this does not mean a hole-by-hole description but a summary of what you have on offer. Sort of like the courses we have here or a bit longer. We want to provide the golfer thinking about traveling to the European Alps with basic information and, possibly, a link to your course. Tell us about the difficulty, the view, the nearby mountain range. Well you get the picture. Our readers are keen to know about all Alpine golf courses. In fact they are keen to know about many European golf courses. As you know, the Activelifestyle Travel Network has a complete sub network devoted to golfing in Europe, Asia, luxury and last minute. Tell us about your course please. Our readers will be grateful. Who knows? They may even leave a favorable comment.
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Closing Golf Courses The popular golfing destinations of Scotland and Ireland are starting to feel theeffects of the global recession, according to KPMG’s recent Golf Benchmark Report.
Companies are spending less on entertaining their clients to a day, or weekend, onthe golf course, and there is a slump in bookings for corporate days – even at coursesl ike Gleneagles in Perthshire, which is set to host the 2014 Ryder Cup. Golf-club membership is one of the items that come under close scrutiny in an economic downturn, and some clubs will be forced to close – including Dublin’s Luttrellstown II. Castle Resort and Harbour Point near Cork which have both said they will close in2009.

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