Stop filling out your bracket, right now, and plan a golf trip to Ireland
Eleven golf buddies and I are going to Ireland in early May. I thought we were being shrewd when we bought our plane tickets, several months ago, because air fares were lower than they had been for years. But they've fallen further since then:
By comparison, I paid $550 for the same flight on my first golf trip to Ireland. That was in 1992 -- 24 years ago. What's more, the dollar is super-strong against the euro right now. In fact, traveling to Ireland to play golf is arguably cheaper than staying home, especially if you take the money from your wife's 401k. And, if you need someone to handle the planning, you can get in touch with my old friend Jerry Quinlan, at Celtic Golf. Mention my name, and Jerry will give you the same discount he gave my friends and me. That is to say, he'll charge you his normal rate. But you won't have to lift a finger.