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The Irish designs are printed on high quality, two-piece construction golf balls developed for consistent control, distance, and durability. These balls are meant to be used. The high-gloss inks won't chip or fade. They come in clear gift packaging with the design facing forward.
The VIP (Very Irish Person) and FBI (Full Blooded Irish) designs will obviously be appreciated by any golfer of Irish extraction.
...Are you curious?
The closest Ireland came to having a national flag before today's tricolor was a green flag with a harp used by Owen Roe O'Neill in 1642. The familiar tricolor was adopted by the Easter Rising rebels in 1916 and by the Irish Republic during their war for independence. The Irish Free State preserved it, and it finally became official under the 1937 constitution. Green represents the Gaelic tradition of Ireland (and traditionally symbolized revolution). Orange represents the followers of William of Orange. White represents the aspiration for peace between them.