The Club would like to convey their Condolences to Teresa and the Short

Family on the sudden death of Jimmy, upon retiring from business Jimmy

took up the golf which he enjoyed, he will be sadly missed by all. Go Dheis

De air a-Anam.

Ladies Golf

The Breffni Shield played on the 14th April was won by Lady Captain Geraldine Fitzpatrick and Rosita McCabe 73 and 2nd place was Roisin Kerr and President Anne McCarthy 74 C/B. The stableford on 21st April was Section A-Brid Finlay 33 and Section B Teresa Hanawin also 33.


The first 10 points of the season in this year’s Golfer of the Year went to Elaine Hamilton Section A 75 nett and Section B went to Roberta Hamilton despite the 10 at the first, with an 80!

Alpha Bet

The letters drawn on 25th April were JACZ and no winner of the 2,400 jackpot. The 5 lucky dippers each winning 20 were Olga Annon Lisnaskea, Gerry Fitzpatrick Lisabuck, Mary Clegg Cootehill, Agnes Sherry Clones and Brian McGovern Tower Bar. The letters drawn on 2nd May were PVRT and again no winner of the jackpot now at 2,600. The 5 lucky dippers were Leo McCrystal Lisnaskea, Joy Cassidy Corconnolly, Angela, Aobhinn, Grainne Newbliss, Caroline Smith Clones and Ewan Connolly Tower Bar.

Hamilton Sensation

The Hamilton siblings Roberta and Alex did themselves proud and both qualified for the Rory McIlroy held Monday 11th April at Rockmount GC.  Rockmount Golf Club played host to the first qualifying event for this year’s Dubai Duty Free Irish Open Club Challenge. More than 160 golf clubs across Ireland competed with the chance to play alongside international golf superstars and world famous celebrities in the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open Pro–Am at stake. Forty teams competed at Rockmount on Monday, April 11, with just five going on to a place in the finals. The theme for this year’s Dubai Duty Free Irish Open, hosted by the Rory Foundation at The K Club (May 19-22) is ‘History in the Making’ and that will certainly be the case on May 18 when, for the first time ever, one lucky club team lines up to play alongside a top golfer in the prestigious Pro-Am competition. The ladies competition was played on Sunday and Thursday and Roberta played Sunday in stair rod rain and showed no fear carding an astonishing 6 pars 1 birdie, 1 errant double bogie and rest just one overs which resulted in an eye watering 49 points yes that’s right forty nine points! Not to be outdone Alex also played on the Sunday in the men’s competition and had a one under round and carded a fabulous 45 points. A formidable couple, can’t wait to hear how they got on at Rockmount! Enjoy the experience ! The Section A winner for the ladies was Brid Finlay with 36 points. Brid played particularly well but her prowess paled into insignificance beside Roberta’s performance. The stair rod rain obviously suited them both as results came from Sunday’s play and these ladies played in the same 3 ball!