South of Ireland winner Campbell among High Performance funding recipients

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Colm Campbell in action during the South of Ireland Amateur Open Championship. Photo: Thos Caffrey / Golffile.

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Golf Ireland have announced their High Performance Funded Programme recipients for 2024.

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

Last year’s South of Ireland winner, Colm Campbell (Warrenpoint), is among those to receive funding, as is Irish Mid-Am champion from 2023, Aideen Walsh (Lahinch).



The recipients include the following:


Jamie Anderson (Greystones)

Noah Bickerstaff (Massereene)

Adam Buchanan (Royal Portrush)

Jamie Butler (Killeen)

Colm Campbell (Warrenpoint)

Quentin Carew (Castleknock)

Valerie Clancy (Killarney)

Clodagh Coughlan (Douglas)

Paul Coughlan (Castleknock)

Kate Dwyer (Rossmore)

Alan Fahy (Bray)

Rebekah Gardner (Clandeboye)

Harry Gillivan (Portmarnock)

Thomas Higgins (Roscommon)

Josh Hill (Galgorm Castle)

Darcy Hogg (Belvoir Park)

Dylan Holmes (Greystones)

David Kitt (Athenry)

Harry McArdle (Warrenpoint)

Shane McDermott (Slieve Russell)

Eoin Murphy (Dundalk)

Sam Murphy (Portumna)

Emily Murray (County Louth)

Ellen O’Gorman (Laytown & Bettystown)

Katie Poots (Knock)

Canice Screene (Croham Hurst)

Caitlin Shippam (Ballykisteen)

Isabella Stewart (Greystones)

Gavin Tiernan (County Louth)

Aideen Walsh (Lahinch).

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