December Competition: Win a 3 night executive stay in Waterford, Ireland

Here’s your chance to win a 3 night stay in an Executive Room at the luxury Athenaeum House Hotel in Waterford, Ireland. Congratulations to Morris McCullagh of Coleraine, Northern Ireland for winning this trip in December!

Located in the South East, Waterford is the oldest city in Ireland and has some of the Emerald Isle’s best golf courses on its doorstep, including the Jack Nicklaus designed Mount Juliet. Founded in 914 AD by Viking settlers, this ancient city has a rich cultural heritage and has become popular for its Arts, Golf, Equestrian, Restaurants, Cycling, Fishing and outstanding natural beauty. Not to mention the House of Waterford Crystal! There is no shortage of activities to make this a fantastic golf holiday destination.


The Athenaeum House Hotel is a lovingly restored 17th Century Georgian House and is considered to be Waterford’s premier boutique hotel. Set amongst 6 acres of open parkland on the banks of the River Suir, this country escape offers the perfect blend of elegance and luxury with relaxation and comfort.

From the moment you arrive you will be treated to impeccable service and hospitality. During your stay you can enjoy an eclectic mix of Irish and Continental dishes from the hotel’s award winning Zaks Restaurant.

To find out more about the Athenaeum House Hotel, please visit: www.athenaeumhousehotel.com/

Simply purchase any of the Golf State of Mind Products before 2pm EST on Friday, December 9th for your chance to enter. Use the coupon code “WATERFORD” and you will be entered. Improving your mental game is the best way to practice over the winter months! The trip is valid for one year after the draw date on December 10th, 2011.

Previous winners:

Jonny Goodman, Leeds, UK
James Hardy, Melbourne, Australia
Morris McCullaugh, Coleraine, N. Ireland
Susan Hanna, Surrey, UK


Photo by Corey Leopold

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David MacKenzie

is a golf coach and golf publisher and lives in Washington DC. He is the founder of Golf State of Mind a teaching program designed to help golfers eliminate negative mental interference and play with confidence.

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