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County Armagh Golf Club Northern Ireland

County Armagh Golf Club Northern Ireland

Course News

From Friday 18th November the course will be shortened to 14 holes until further notice. Players will play holes 1 to 10 as normal, then go to the 15th and play from there to 18. This is to facilitate more players completing their rounds in daylight. It may be possible to vary the holes in play through the winter period, but members will be kept informed of any changes.

 

CAGC Greens Convenors

17th November 2016

Until further notice, a ball may be lifted, cleaned and placed through the green i.e. anywhere except in a bunker or a hazard.

If taking advantage of this concession, a ball must be placed within 6 inches of where it came to rest, not nearer the hole.

 

GAGC Greens Convenors

29th September 2016

Tining and sanding of teeing areas will take place this week. The work is necessary to ensure the tees are in good condition for the 2017 season, and we will do everything possible to minimise any inconvenience.

Also, we shall soon be preparing temporary greens from which players will be permitted a free drop when not in play. (It is hoped to keep the use of these greens to an absolute minimum)

Your co-operation in accommodating the work is greatly appreciated.

 

CAGC Greens Convenors

23rd September 2016

Essential maintenance is currently being carried out on the greens and we would ask for your patience whilst this is being done.

Also, due to a problem with course machinery, the fairways are not receiving the usual attention. We are addressing the problem and hope to have resumption of normal service at the earliest opportunity.

 

Greens Convenors

16th September 2016

This is the new 4700-D Groundsmaster which arrived at County Armagh Golf Club today (Tuesday).


Keys handed over to Head Greenkeeper Iain Mccarragher by Martin of LAIRDS grass machinery.