There's a nice description of County Armagh in 'Destination Golf' magazine's rundown of Ireland's top 150 courses 2018. I think most of us would agree with the "card-wrecker" line! 😊
"From the clubhouse you will get an inkling of the sort of golf course you'll be playing. Gentle swells, heaving trees, fine routing ... they all combine to make this little known course a very worthwhile destination.
"At times you'll be amazed by the setting because this is on the edge of Armagh city, yet many of the holes are completely immersed in trees and peacefulness.
"County Armagh is also old and, on this landscape, that means big mature trees and holes gliding between them. There are water features, but not too many, and the finishing stretch is what is affectionately known as a card-wrecker."
We feature on page 145 of the magazine, which can be found here:
The latest GUI Podcast is now available and features an interview with Neil Kilgallon, Club Support Officer with the Confederation of Golf in Ireland.
The interview sheds light on the role and work of the CGI and what services are available to clubs.
It is essential listening for golf club committees, management and members alike.
You can listen here: https://www.golfnet.ie/GUIPodcast
Club Professional Will Carey presents departing Assistant Pro Adam Kerr with the proceeds raised from the leaving party held for him last month. Also pictured is David Leeman, who organised the successful event which raised in excess of £1400.
Everyone at County Armagh Golf Club would like to thank Adam for his years of service and wish him all the best for his American adventure. Don't be a stranger, mate!