Last chance to represent Ireland at International King’s Cup 2022

by | Apr 20, 2022 | 0 comments

Glasson Lakehouse

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One qualifying event remains to play your way onto the Irish team for this year’s International King’s Cup set for Glasson Lakehouse from June 21-23.

Regional qualifying concludes at Dundrum House Hotel on Monday, April 25 as players look to stake a claim on the Irish team set to face the USA in the three-day tournament played in a Ryder Cup style format and in honour of Arnold Palmer.

Team Ireland members will get to:

  • Stay at Glasson Lakehouse for 4 nights
  • Receive Glenmuir uniforms for each day of tournament play
  • Receive a bespoke golf bag from @bagboygolf
  • Play 3 tournament rounds @glassongolfclub
  • Attend both opening and closing gala dinners

It’s a pairs event like no other and is unique in that there are four flights of handicap and within each flight, two teams will qualify under two age brackets 18+ and Seniors 55+. Each pair must have no more than 8 shots between their handicaps. Total each other’s handicap to find out what category (flight) you fall into. 

The event is open to any two-person team with a verifiable Golf Ireland Handicap and is unique as each flight has an Open Age Category and a Senior Category within each flight, and there are 4 Flights.  

So whether you are a scratch golfer or a 20 handicap golfer, you have equal opportunity to qualify to represent Team Ireland.

Regional qualifiers will advance to the National Final at Glasson Golf Club on Monday, May 9th before the Grand Final against the Stars and Stripes at Glasson Lakehouse from June 21-23. Team Ireland will be out to avenge their loss of last year after the USA prevailed at Glasson. 

ENTRY FEE: Members €30pp / £30pp. Visitors €50pp / £50pp. 

  • Find out more, HERE

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