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Tourism chief warns against Ryder Cup greed

The chairman of Tourism Ireland has warned golf clubs against focusing on short-term gain by increasing green fees during next year's Ryder Cup at the K Club.

1st October, 2005

The chairman of Tourism Ireland has warned golf clubs against focusing on short-term gain by increasing green fees during next year's Ryder Cup at the K Club.

Andrew Coppel said he was aware of clubs that were planning to charge between €250 and €350 for a round of golf during next year's competition.

“Short-term gain motivated by greed during the Ryder Cup will impact negatively on the entire industry, and no one will profit from...

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