New "Local Rule" for County Armagh GC for 2017:
Accidental movement of a ball on a putting green
Rules 18-2, 18-3 and 20-1 are modified as follows:
When a player's ball lies on the putting green, there is no penalty if the ball or ball marker is accidentally moved by the player, his partner, his opponent or any of their caddies or equipment.
The moved ball or ball marker must be replaced as provided in Rule 18-2, 18-3 and 20-1.
This Local Rule applies only when the player's ball or ball marker lies on the putting green and any movement is accidental.
Note: If it is determined that a player's ball on the putting green was moved as a result of wind, water or some other natural cause such as the effects of gravity, the ball must be played as it lies from its new location. A ball marker moved in such circumstances is replaced.
MEMBERS WHO PAY THEIR CLUB SUBSCRIPTIONS BY DIRECT DEBIT WILL HAVE THEIR BANK ACCOUNT DEBITED FOR THE REQUISITE AMOUNT FROM 3rd FEBRUARY 2017 - 3rd NOVEMBER 2017. IF MEMBERS WISH TO CANCEL THEIR DIRECT DEBIT MANDATE FOR 2017, THEY MUST INFORM THE CLUB OFFICE BY MONDAY, 23rd JANUARY 2017 AT THE VERY LATEST.
Patrick Burns (Honorary Secretary)
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A Snack Menu is available from Wednesday to Sunday, 12-noon to 9pm, with dishes starting from £3.95, including soup of the day, chilli chicken, duck and brie wedges, toasties and cold wraps.
The Main Dishes include the essential Golfers Fry and Roast of the Day, Chicken Curry and even Fisherman's Pie.
Armagh born and bred Joey Nixon brings more than 10 years of hospitality and catering experience to the Seven Hills restaurant at County Armagh Golf Club.
The 32-year-old developed his love for food and cooking at an early ag. A stduent at Armagh Technical College he successfully completed an NVQ Level 2 in Catering and Hospitality.
Beginning his working life at the Armagh City Hotel, Joey further developed his catering skills and it was no surprise that within a short period of time he had progressed his career to become a chef at Sally's Restaurant, Aughnacloy.
However, the drive to go it alone saw him return to Armagh where he launched the Seven Hills café bistro at Thomas Street in 2013.
Such was the success of this small business, Joey opened a second new coffee house and deli at English Street in May 2015.
And in 2016 he announced the partnership with County Armagh Golf Club where he now employs eight full-time and part-time staff.
AN all-expenses-paid trip for two to the Masters Golf Tournament in Augusta, Georgia, and £10,000 cash are among the amazing prizes up for grabs in a Grand Draw at County Armagh Golf Club.
Captain Martin Oliver and Lady Captain Una Cullinane launched the major fund-raising initiative at the local club, with prizes for golfers and non-golfers totalling over £18,000.
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The Restaurant - Tel: 028 37525861
Thursday 12.00pm - 8.00pm
Friday 12.00pm - 8.00pm
Saturday 12.00pm - 9.00pm
Sunday 12.00pm - 7.00pm
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 4.00pm .
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.
County Armagh is a beautiful 18-hole course set in Georgian parkland with magnificent panoramic views of the historic City and its surrounding countryside.
The Club is one of the oldest in Ireland, formed in 1893 under the auspices of the Armagh Archery and Lawn Tennis Club. In that year it was generously granted the use of the land in the Demesne by Mr George de la Prev. Beresford, rent free. When the land – some 350 acres - was sold in 1916 to the Diocesan Council for a very reasonable sum, the club was granted an annual tenancy at a nominal rent.
(a group outside the Clubhouse 1908)
The late 50's onwards marked the most progressive period in the history of the club, attributed mainly to the vision and leadership of two men, PG Toner and JE Maxwell. They had seen the pace of golf's development and realised that if County Armagh wished to take its place among the Championship Courses of the country it must move with the times.