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Irish Golfer Event series tees off at Carton House April 22nd

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There are only a few days left to book for the Irish Golfer event at Carton House and the timesheet is filling up fast. Don’t forget one of our lucky participants will be in Augusta for the 2019 Masters just for taking part!

Everyone who plays in one of the events will receive a ticket to the Masters Draw
and one lucky person will be selected to win the trip to The Masters in 2019!

Irish Golfer Events are singles stableford events open to both men and women and are run all over the country on various dates throughout 2018 with the first on the Montgomerie Course at Carton House on April 22nd.

CLICK HERE TO BOOK NOW

Category winners from each event qualify to the Tournament of Champions – Grand Final on the Palmer Ryder Cup Course at the K Club. One lucky participant from the event series will be selected at random during our Grand Final to win a trip of a lifetime to the 2019 US Masters.

All Irish Golfer Events are singles stableford competitions played off full handicap with players split into two categories (ladies and gents compete against each other in each category) with the winner of each category at each event progressing automatically to the Grand Final.

Category #1-Handicap from 0-11​
Category #2-Handicap 12 or over
The maximum handicap allowable for men is 24 and for ladies is 36
Where there are 20 or more ladies in the field a specific ladies category will be created and one lady will also progress to the Grand Final from that event

With over €3,000 or prizes up for grabs at each event , live scoring and first tee announcements for all players dont miss your chance to be part of the ultimate Tour experience.

How to enter
Select one of our events HERE and click on the ‘Book Now’ button. You can book as a single player, or with friends and payment is taken in full at the time of booking for the number of players booked. You can book to play in as many events as you wish but full payment will be taken at the time of booking.

Prizes at each event
Each player will receive a welcome goodie bag on arrival and there are over €2500 worth of fantastic prizes on offer at each event in addition to the qualifiers for the Grand Final so there is plenty to play for;

1st Place in Category     TaylorMade M3 Driver (Cat 1) / M4 Driver (Cat 2)
2nd Place in Category    TaylorMade M3 3-Wood (Cat 1) / M4 3-Wood (Cat 2)
3rd Place in Category     TaylorMade M3 Rescue (Cat 1) / M4 Rescue (Cat 2)

There is also a Best Gross prize of a GolfBuddy LR7 Rangefinder and there are Nearest The Pin / Longest Drive and Novelty Game Prizes too.

Nature Valley Order of Merit
If you don’t qualify automatically for the Grand Final as one of the 28 category winners from one of the 14 events you can always qualify through the Nature Valley Order of Merit. Your best 4 scores across the year will be counted and the Top 10 players not already qualified for the Grand Final will claim a place at the K Club in October.

The two Best Gross scores from the season not already qualified for the Grand Final will also progress to the K Club in October where the field will be made up of 40 players vying for the title of Irish Golfer Grand Champion 2018.

Masters Trip Prize
Every time you enter and check-in at one of our Irish Golfer Events you will receive a Masters draw ticket. So the more events in the series you play the better your odds of winning the trip to the Masters.​

At our grand final we will conduct a raffle of all players that have competed at our events for the 2018 season and that lucky person will win a 3-day trip including flights, accommodation & 2019 Masters tickets (Wednesday, Par 3 competition & Thursday, Opening day of play)

More Information
Terms and conditions apply and for more information on the events click on the Events tab at the top of your screen.
If you have any queries or wish to be added to our mailing list for event updates contact Irish Golfer on events@irishgolfer.ie or call the events team on 01 5036090 / 5036099

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