Galway Bay

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a bay of the North Atlantic on the west coast of Ireland

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When we visited Galway Bay Golf Course and Country Club recently the wind was blasting in from the Atlantic, bending branches and golfers alike as the latter battled up the fairways of this picturesque but exposed links course.
Among the numbers featured on the album are Bourbon Street Parade, Galway Bay, Mountains Mourne, Bill Bailey, aggie, Tin Roof Blues, Mr Sandman, Lady Be Good, lack and Blue and Canal Street Blues.
Light welterweight Barrett, the first member of Ireland's travelling community to compete in the Games, trains in a converted freight container overlooking picture-postcard Galway Bay.
We opted for self-catering apartments and hit the jackpot with the penthouse suites, in Galway Bay Sea View Apartments.
This super family break includes three nights bed and breakfast at the Galway Bay Hotel, two evening meals for adults, high tea for kids, plus:300 spending money for Galway's Leisureland theme park
Gatland, speaking on Galway Bay FM, said the emergence of a talent such as Henshaw showed the value in maintaining Connacht as a fourth side in Irish rugby.
Tibbie ran a good race to take fourth to The Posh Paddy and subsequent winner Laurel View here in July and may prove too strong for the opposition in the Galway Bay FM Maiden Hurdle.
It came following protests in Galway over plans for a 15,000 tonne salmon farm in Galway Bay.
THE body of a man has been recovered from the sea near Mutton Island in Galway Bay.
CARL SUNESON, the Spaniard with the Swedish name and English accent, can follow in David Park's footsteps and underline the talent on the Challenge Tour by winning the first West of Ireland Classic at Galway Bay this weekend.
The seafood agency has applied for a licence to produce 15,000 tonnes of organic-certified salmon each year in Galway bay, in waters 1.
ITALIAN star Costantino Rocca and Irish favourite Padraig Harrington face a Ryder Cup showdown in the West of Ireland Classic at Galway Bay today.
Spokesman for the syndicate, Galway Bay Radio chief executive Gerry Rabbitt said: "We had a tremendous bet on the horse and it landed us a memorable double for Galway won the All Ireland Gaelic football final on Sunday.
9km swim in Galway Bay followed by a 90km bike ride, and finished up with a run around Salthill.
The legendary 62-year-old 11-times former champion jockey will peer anxiously across the choppy waters of Galway Bay, hoping to sight Tracy, his daughter, who has chosen to swim the six nautical miles from Co Clare to Co Galway in a bid to raise IRpounds 100,000 for charity.