Doonbeg figures up as golf resort adapts

The number of overnight visitors to the Doonbeg golf resort in Co Clare has increased by 45 per cent this year as a result of reducing room rates and lower-priced golf membership packages. Its general manager, Joe Russell, said the moves were as a re

26th September, 2009

The number of overnight visitors to the Doonbeg golf resort in Co Clare has increased by 45 per cent this year as a result of reducing room rates and lower-priced golf membership packages. Its general manager, Joe Russell, said the moves were as a result of the new economic climate.

He said the resort was ‘‘not immune’’ from the recession and that Doonbeg had cut its costs and overheads in line with most other businesses....

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