Revive Active renews support of National Fourball Championship

Caroline Hewitt (DunLaoghaire) as DunLaoghaire win the Revive Active Ladies National Interclub Fourball Finals at Athenry Golf Club. image by Jenny Matthews (

The ILGU has confirmed that Revive Active will continue as the title sponsor of the National Fourball Championship for a fifth year. Since Revive Active commenced its sponsorship in 2016, the company has become Ireland’s fastest growing superfood supplement company and now has 9 products in its range including Revive Active, Joint Complex, Beauty Complex, Junior Revive, Teen Revive and the latest formulation, Zest Active.

The Revive Active Fourball Championship begins as clubs compete against each other over five fourball matches at Regional Level. Once each Regional champion is crowned, the four remaining teams will travel to the All-Ireland Final – this year to be held at Thurles Golf Club.

Sinead Heraty, Chief Executive of the ILGU said: “We are delighted to have the support of Revive Active as sponsor of the National Fourball Championship. As one of our main inter-club events, the support of Revive Active has contributed to the development of women’s and girls’ golf at club, regional and national level. We look forward to continuing our relationship.”


All Revive Active products are designed to enrich people’s lives, using ingredients that are delivered at optimum levels in powdered form to provide an abundance of benefits, with zero caffeine and zero stimulants. The company was established in 2011 with a vision to formulate, manufacture and market unique products that actually work. The products are now sold in all good pharmacies and health food stores across the country and the range is manufactured in a dedicated manufacturing facility in Mullingar.

Zest Active, Joint Complex, Beauty Complex and Revive Active remain the most popular amongst female golfers and ILGU members are reminded that they can receive a 15% discount online by using the coupon code ‘L15’.

Founder of Revive Active, Dáithi O’Connor, said: “Revive Active’s commitment to producing quality products is now recognised in Ireland and across the globe. Over the last 8 years the range has developed to include tailored super supplements for each stage of life and products that target needs of individuals, such as joint and brain health.

“The sponsorship of the ILGU National Fourball helps to support the key message that playing golf can bring many health benefits to an individual and we are delighted to be part of that message.”

In 2018 and 2019, Dun Laoghaire Golf Club emerged as the last team standing of over 220 clubs at the Championship.

Entries for the 2020 Revive Active Fourball Championship close on February 28th.

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One response to “Revive Active renews support of National Fourball Championship”

  1. Annette avatar

    Will there be Revive Active Ladies Fourball in 2021?

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