Golf Ireland confirm 2023 HP Funded Programme recipients

Kate Dwyer (Rossmore) - Image courtesy of Maynooth University

Golf Ireland have announced their High Performance Funded Programme recipients for 2023.

The aim of the High Performance Funded Programme is to support players in gaining international experience at the leading amateur events.

Financial assistance reward is managed by the HP Manager and helps players as they strive to balance competing at international level with commitments outside of golf, such as careers and education.


Players already on any Golf Ireland panel were not eligible to receive support through the HP Funded Programme.

This year’s recipients are as follows;

Marc Boucher (Carton House)

Jan Browne (Kilkenny)

Tom Cafferky (Ballinasloe)

Adam Challoner (Galway Bay)

Valerie Clancy (Killarney)

Paul Conroy (Enniscorthy)

Clodagh Coughlan (Douglas)

Paul Coughlan (Castleknock)

Luke Cunningham (Galway Bay)

Kate Dwyer (Rossmore)

Alan Fahy (Bray)

TJ Ford (Co. Sligo)

Ryan Griffin (Ballybofey & Stranorlar)

Allan Hill (Roscommon)

David Kitt (Athenry)

Richard Knightly (Royal Dublin)

Mairead Martin (Kanturk)

Jack McDonnell (Forrest Little)

Charlie Mooney (Ballinasloe)

Eoin Murphy (Dundalk)

Ellen O’Gorman (Milltown)

Molly O’Hara (Clandeboye)

Morgan O’Sullivan (Ballyneety)

Caolan Rafferty (Dundalk)

Jessica Ross Clandeboye)

Canice Screene (Croham Hurst)

Simon Walker (Roscommon)

James Walsh (Douglas)

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