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Tuesday, March 2, 2021


Club News

Win a year’s membership at Palmerstown House Estate

It’s competition time! To celebrate the launch of their newly developed 10th hole with an island green, Palmerstown House Estate are offering a year’s membership to one lucky person

Equality at heart of first full Golf Ireland Board following todays AGM

Golf clubs heralded a new era for the sport in Ireland today as the AGM of Golf Ireland, with over 900 in attendance virtually, witnessed the ratification of the first full board for the new governing body with 46% female representation.

Carr Golf adds five new clubs to ever-growing portfolio

With clubs around the country using course closures to undertake long-term development projects, Course Maintenance experts Carr Golf are busier than ever

Celebrating 30 years at Mount Juliet Estate

To mark 30 years of golf at Mount Juliet Estate, a calendar of celebratory events is planned for members and visitors to enjoy at this year's Irish Open host venue

A club’s view

We caught up with Jason Totos, Director of Golf at Carton House to find out about the challenges the club faced in 2020 and his hopes for golf's eventual return in 2021

Cork’s Buckley beats all to Emirates Men’s Amateur Open

Cork Golf Club’s Paul Buckley became the latest Irishman to enjoy success in the UAE after securing a one stroke win at the Omega Emirates Men’s Amateur Open at Emirates Golf Club

How clubs can look to retain members in 2021

Clearly an essential focus for golf clubs this year is how to hold onto loyal members and the new tranche that arrived on the back of Covid-19. What would you like to see from your own golf club in 2021?

One for the Money*

Adding to our recent article highlighting the work going on around Irish golf courses through covid, Paul McGinley Golf Course Design has been carrying out a considerable amount of work at Grange Golf Club

One in Ten*

St Margaret’s announces a €1 million investment… and the return of a joining fee.

Play in Pink raises One Million Euro for Breast Cancer Research

In spite of all the challenges 2020 has presented, golf clubs still managed to raise a staggering €217,000 for the charity this year, driving the overall contribution raised in the last seven years to over €1 million

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