IRISH GOLFER | Crossing Every OceanWednesday, March 4, 2020
All these named storms hitting our shores reminds me of a trip I took to Scotland last year. It was in the wake of ex-hurricane Dorian and while that usually wouldn’t be a problem … I was catching a ferry. And when I say ferry, I mean a small 12-seater boat that takes 90 minutes to travel between Ballycastle and
Campbeltown on the Kintyre Peninsula.
It was a trip I had been planning to take for years – the destination of Machrihanish has a mystical allure – just not when winds are whipping the sea channel into a fury.