Golf Ireland reveals 26 funded players for 2021 season

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Forming part of the Golf Ireland player pathway, the Funded Programme aims to assist players in gaining International experience, helping them to develop their skills towards improved tournament performance. Golf Ireland has announced 15 High Performance and 11 Developing players who will receive funding under this programme for the 2021 season.

Providing financial assistance that supports players’ participation in international amateur events is a key objective of the programme. It provides the opportunity to support players as they strive to balance competing internationally with commitments outside of the sport, such as careers and education. Players are empowered to become self-sufficient in the design and execution of their personal performance plans.

  • Following an application process, the successful players are as follows:
High Performance
Rob Brazill Naas
Shannon Burke Ballinrobe
Sara Byrne Douglas
Colm Campbell Warrenpoint
Keith Egan Carton House
Tiarnan McLarnon Massereene
Dylan Keating Seapoint
Max Kennedy Royal Dublin
Devin Morley Oughterard
Luke O’Neill Connemara
Rachel Thompson Cork
Jan Browne Kilkenny
Valerie Clancy Killarney
Eanna Griffin Waterford
Chloe Ryan Sunningdale
Clodagh Coughlan Douglas
Darragh Flynn Carton House
Robert Galligan Elm Park
Andrew Hickey Galway Bay
Lauren Murray Woodbrook
Ellen O’Gorman Milltown
Katie Poots Knock
Leah Temple Lang Elm Park
Aideen Walsh Lahinch
Katie Coleman Galway Bay
Lauren Kelly Ballykisteen

For further details about the Golf Ireland Performance Pathway CLICK HERE

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