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




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






Every golfer, professional or amateur, dreams of taking his favorite putter to where some of the world's most celebrated courses can be found—Scotland and Ireland.


It's not just all about the breathtaking sights, full-service resorts, countryside hotels or the late night banters at pubs that allure golfers to the Emerald Isle and Scottish lands, a golfing trip to Ireland and Scotland will be the trip of a lifetime for many reasons:


- Links courses from the splendor of Ballybunion and Royal County Down sparkle like an emerald necklace around the coastline of Ireland.


- An unsurpassed game of golf awaits visitors as they choose from over 400 golf clubs and world class resorts offering the finest facilities and championship level courses.


-Up and down the country, Scotland offers unique coastal courses and magnificent links golf, complemented by breathtaking parkland, heathland and moorland golf courses, many of which have been designed by renowned golf architects and played by the golfing elite; another reason for cementing Scotland’s golfing reputation.


For the golf tourist, dreamer or enthusiast, there’s no other way to go but Ireland and Scotland.  Bill Ruskin is with them every step of the way as they take off on a trip towards the greatest journey in a golfer’s lifetime.









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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