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From tomorrow, Monday 29th June, Open Fixtures will be resuming across the island of Ireland and with travel restrictions lifted, there has never been as much choice on where to play.

Golfnet is your one stop portal that lists all open golf competitions taking place nationwide and will help you pick the open that best suits your preference.

With Irish golf clubs opening to the public for the first time in three months, there are plenty of great venues looking forward to hosting visitors for some competitive golf.

Open days are a superb way to expand your playing portfolio with a whole host of great courses offering unbeatable value and ideal playing conditions.

To search for an open competition on a date that suits you, simply visit https://www.golfnet.ie/open-fixtures

For Golf Clubs

Over the next few weeks, The GUI & ILGU will be promoting Open Fixtures entered on Golfnet across their newsletters, social media channels and through us here at Irish Golfer. There is no charge for this service to clubs.

To make sure that your club’s open fixtures are included on Golfnet website, you need to enter them on Golfnet while logged in as the club official.

Loading your fixtures on Golfnet is sure to boost your engagement, combining the social media reach of the game’s governing body with Irish Golfer to ensure you reach the widest golf audience possible.

A short video is available to talk you through the process HERE

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