Following on from this weeks Spring League Competition we will be down to the last eight, the qualifying team numbers will appear in next weeks issue,
Ladies Charity Stableford
Thank you to all the ladies who played and contributed to the Charity Stableford and congratulations Lady Captain Teresa Hanawin winner of Section B with 35 points and to Rosita McCabe winner of Section A also with 35 points.
The ladies play in an 18 hole stableford Thursday 27th July.
The Spring League will start soon and we will let you know when the list will be put in the locker room if you wish to participate.
Sunday 4th September and Thursday 8th September Stroke Medal (no draw) is the last Golfer of the Year competition and it looks like Rosita McCabe has it in the bag!! Well done Rosita just one more good day and its yours!
Ladies play stableford Thursday 1st September with prizes sponsored by Teresa Fitzpatrick and the club.
The next presentation of prizes for the ladies club will be on Monday 18th July at 9.30pm. A list of prize winners will be put in the locker room
A 4 Person Semi Open Team Competition will take place over this Easter Bank Holiday Weekend, commencing on Good Friday 25th and concluding on Easter Monday 28th. You may contact the Clubhouse at (047) 56017 in order to book a timeslot
Those ladies going to the Lady Captain’s Weekend Away please bring deposit to drive in on Saturday and give it to LC Geraldine
The ladies Spring League is now underway and all details of holes in play are in the locker room. Fee €3.00 stableford format and 3 cards from each team to count each week. One again thank you to President Ann McCarthy for getting us out on the course!
The Annual General Meeting of Management was held last Sunday in the clubhouse at 5pm. The minutes of the last meeting were read and agreed. Donal O’Reilly gave a very comprehensive financial statement and report and gave particular praise to the fund raising efforts of the Classic committee, the Alpha Bet team and former Lady Captain Rosita McCabe in raising much needed funds to keep the club going. Continue reading