3 T’s (Turning The Tide against Suicide)

The ladies play in the 3 T’s fund raiser for Turning The Tide against suicide this Thursday 14th June in a single stableford format. The winner and Lady Captain will travel to The Slieve Russell along with the men’s winner and the Captain on the 24th of September 2018. Fee for this competition is €10

Message from the 3 T’s Charity

3Ts is a registered charity founded in 2003 to raise awareness of the issue of suicide through research, intervention & support. 2018 is the 16th year of the 3Ts Golf Tournament, supported by tournament Patron & Ambassador, Padraig Harrington and helping to raise awareness of the issue of suicide & mental health countrywide. Once again, we invite your club to enter. We hope to have at least 3,500 Irish golfers participate in 2018 at club level, each in with a chance to play the K Club Ryder Cup Course in the Final. We ask you to include us in your Club’s 2018 calendar. 3Ts does not receive any state funding, so your help is important. 3Ts fundraising supports our activities in suicide prevention. We provide education in suicide prevention & mental health through workshops, talks & activities, literature, videos, with online information & sign-posting via social media and our website www.3ts.ie. We fund innovative suicide research and lobby Government for change, calling for a Suicide Prevention Authority similar in model to the Road Safety Authority. 3 times more people die by suicide than die on our roads, yet suicide prevention receives only a fraction of the budget spent on road safety. You may have seen recent reports in the media of our Online Petition which we presented to Government calling for a Suicide Authority. The petition is still live on www.3ts.ie and has over 35,000 signatures. 3Ts receive no statutory funding but rely on our own fundraising activities and those of our supporters.


The 3 T’s

The regional “Turning The Tide against suicide” (3T’s) competition was played last Wednesday at The Slieve Russell. Captain Gerry Traynor, Lady Captain Rosita McCabe, the ladies club winner Veronica McGorman and representing the men’s club Paul Jenkins gave a very good account of themselves in the fourball better ball format and finished 2nd overall earning themselves a trip to The K Club !! Fabulous result well done to everyone who played in the Clones qualifiers, raising funds and awareness of this charity.

The 3 T’s

The ladies played in the 3 T’s (Turning The Tide against suicide) charity event last week and the winner will go forward to the regional final at the Slieve Russell on Wednesday 9th of September with the men’s winner and the two Captains Rosita and Gerry. The category winners were A-Roisin Kerr 35, B-Veronica McGorman 35 and C-Doli Maguire 34. Our 3 T’s winner is Veronica on a countback. Well done!


Rain Soaked Sunday Players Win!

Only 2 brave souls played on Sunday 11th of May battling windy conditions and torrential downpours on a very long course. The Thursday players were treated to warm sunshine and perfect conditions. It was a shock to the 2 Sunday ladies that they had the winning scores for the 3T’s stableford competition! Well done Roberta Hamilton Section B with 29 points. Roberta will be heading to the Slieve Russell with the men’s club winner and the 2 Captains on Thursday 11th of September for the Provincial Final. Section A was won by Mary Trant with 25 points. Boy it was playing long!

Turn The Tide against Suicide Competition

This Competition takes place on Sunday next 7th. This is one of those very worthy charitable Competitions and you are asked to please support. All competitions fees go to the 3T’s Charity in the furtherance of their good work. The winner of this competition will travel to Slieve Russell on the 10th of September for the regional finals together with the ladies 3T’s winner Elaine Hamilton and the 2 Captains.

Elaine Wins 3T’s

The ladies club ran their “Turning The Tide Against Suicide” 3T’s
stableford fundraiser recently and Elaine Hamilton was the winner with 32
points and will join the men’s club winner (to be played July 7th),
Captain Gerard Kelly and Lady Captain Roisin Kerr at The Slieve Russell on the 10th of September for the regional finals. Thank you to everyone who supported this good cause especially the ladies unable to play but who donated the entry fee regardless. Well done also to runner up Helen Connolly.