Druids Heath is first off the rank for Irish Golfer Events Series 2024

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The Irish Golfer Event Series is back 2024 and it all gets underway on April 12th at Druids Heath which is the first of 18 venues for the season.

The dates are filling up quickly and new venues have been added for 2024 at Tralee, Glasson Lakehouse and Portumna and we’ve kept a lot of your favourites too!


All-in-all this year’s series will be 18 events before the Grand Final, and each stop will come with all the usual Irish Golfer trimmings, with €5,000 worth of prizes up for grabs at each event, as well as first tee announcements, a welcome gift, an Irish Golfer branded hat, nutritional snacks, drinks and branded tees and pencils.

As always we’ve gone right to the top for the prizes and this year’s prizes are headlined by the new TaylorMade Qi10 family of clubs covering our usual three categories (Men up to 11 Handicap Index, Men 12-24 H.I. and Ladies up to 36 H.I.). There’s also the added bonus of Nearest the Pin and Long Drive competitions sure to test your wits.

As ever, competitions are singles stableford and are open to all players with a Golf Ireland handicap index. With 12 guaranteed prize winners sharing over €5,000 worth of prizes at each event, don’t miss your chance to be part of Ireland’s largest amateur golf series. The three category winners from each event will also qualify for the Grand Final where we will crown our Irish Golfer Champion for 2023.

And if you don’t qualify for the Grand Final as one of the category winners from the events automatically, you can still qualify through the FLOGAS Order of Merit. Your best four scores across the year will be counted and the Top 10 players not already qualified for the Grand Final will win a place at the Grand Final 2024.

Have we convinced you yet? We hope so! Already the times are selling quickly so pick your favourites and get booking .


Entry is for €60 for members of host clubs or €80 for guests.

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