CHARITY was the biggest winner at County Armagh Golf Club this year, with over £4,000 presented to local charity organisations.
NI Chest, Heart and Stroke Association, Marie Curie and Macmillan Cancer Support were the beneficiaries of collections on the club's three big golfing occasions during the season.
The magnificent sum of £1,577 was collected on Lady Captain's Day in July and presented to the NI Chest Heart and Stroke Association by Lady Captain Gail Steed
Club President Walter Neville's similarly impressive collection of £900 from members and guests on his President's Day in August was presented to Marie Curie.
And Club Captain Richard Stewart welcomed representatives of Macmillan Cancer Support for the presentation of a cheque for £700, proceeds of his charity collection on Captain's Day in June.
County Armagh Golf Club Captain Richard Stewart presents a cheque for £700, proceeds of his charity collection on Captain's Day earlier this year, to Daphne Kilpatrick from Macmillan Cancer Support.
Armagh Golf Club warmly invites you and your family to their Santa Party Saturday 16th December 2017 at County Armagh Golf Club from 3 — 5pm
Members will wish to note drainage works will begin this week at the 16th green.
The work, which is necessary to deflect water from running onto the surface of the green, will be carried out in conjunction with Clive Richardson Ltd, the Sports Ground Construction Company.
It is envisaged the green will be closed throughout the winter months, re-opening before the new season gets underway in earnest in the new year.
County Armagh Golf Club has recently been basking in the reflected glory of its very own John Maguire, who has been crowned the 2017 HowDidiDo Titleist Order of Merit Champion.
As most golfers will be aware, HowDidiDo is the online network that collates the scores and handicaps of all amateurs across the UK and Ireland. That John even qualified for the Grand Final at Turnberry was a quite exceptional feat in itself as, to do so, he finished 2nd of 22,000 contenders in Ireland.
John Maguire, 2017 HowDidiDo Titleist Order of Merit Champion.
In the qualification process for its Order of Merit tournament, which is held in association with Titleist, HowDidiDo considers each competitor's five best scores of the season, with bonus points awarded for birdies and eagles.
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Soup of the Day with Wheaten Bread £4.95
Chicken and Bacon Ceasar Salad £5.95
Deep Fried Brie with Caramelised Red Onion Chutney £5.95
Crumbed Mushrooms with Garlic and Herb Mayo £4.95
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Christmas at Seven Hills
Booking is advisable for the Sunday Carvery which has proved very popular with club members, family, friends and visitors since Seven Hills launched at County Armagh Golf Club. It is served from 12noon to 3.30pm .
3 Course - £13.95
2 Course - £12.95
1 Course - £9.95
The Seven Hills Restaurant at County Armagh Golf Club is the perfect venue for birthdays, christenings, weddings and other private functions. Whatever your needs the Seven Hills team are happy to cater for you.