Friday 20 th July 2018 - Shotgun start 6 p.m.
Please sign up using sheet in Men's Corridor by Thursday evening.
A County Armagh Golf Club Mixed Greensomes competition, played on Friday 15 June and sponsored by Ewart's Jewellers, was won by Kenny Gordon and Sheila Stinson with a nett 61.
Second place went to Denis and Sheila Hughes on nett 62, while John White and Valerie Gordon's nett 67 earned them third position. The gross prize was taken by Paul Doyle and Paula McCrory after their 71.
The Ewart's Jewellers Mixed Greensomes prizewinners are pictured with County Armagh Golf Club Captain, Colm Shannon.
Nobody really wants to watch England v Tunisia this evening, right?
Instead, come along and lend a hand at the second 'spruce' up session at 6.30pm. Bit of weeding, divot replacement etc. Thanks again to all our volunteers.
County Armagh Golf Club Captain, Colm Shannon, is joined by Mrs Kathleen Mallon for the presentation of prizes in the Iggy Mallon Memorial Cup.
The Mixed Greensomes competition was won by Jerome Leer and Mary Black. Runners-up were Paddy Burns and Patricia Hughes, while Stephen Miller and Lynne Brown were third. The gross prize went to Andrew Miller and Alexandra Mawhinney.
Friday 4 th May 2018 2pm shot gun start.
To mark the 125 th anniversary of the founding of Co Armagh Golf Club the Lady Captain Elizabeth Mawhinney in conjunction with the Ladies Committee and Captain Colm Shannon organised a “Vintage” 9-hole Ladies and Gents stableford competition (shotgun start) followed by afternoon tea. The event was kindly sponsored by the Vintage Bar and Lounge Armagh whose generous support covered the cost of the day's festivities.
Competitors were encouraged to dress in “vintage attire” and most Ladies and many Gentlemen went to great lengths to do so. While the vintage hickory shafted clubs donated to the club by Conlon Rice, were taken from their display cabinet, none of the competitors elected to use them. With a little imagination it might have been possible to recall the gentle thwack of persimmon against gutta perchas as the elegantly clad players graced the fairways in bright sunshine.
Lady Captain Elizabeth Mawhinney and Mr Captain Colm Shannon at Vintage 9 hole competition to mark 125th anniversary of CAGC.
Very soon, the wisdom of wearing tweeds, petticoats and elaborate bonnets was called into question as the afternoon warmed up. Enough of the men.
There are still spaces on the timesheet for this event on Friday.
PLEASE NOTE: vintage attire is entirely optional! #wearwhatyoulike
Please contact Shauna on 07746 969515 for details.
To celebrate the 125th anniversary of County Armagh Golf Club, the Captain and Lady Captain invite you to join them for a 9 Hole Vintage Ladies and Gents Stableford Competition followed by Afternoon Tea in the Clubhouse.
Friday 4th May 2018 at 2pm (shotgun start)
Kindly sponsored by The Vintage Bar and Lounge, Armagh
Add names to the list available in Men’s Corridor by 12 noon on Wednesday 2nd May 2018.
Entry fee: £5 includes afternoon tea
SEE BELOW FOR SOME COSTUME IDEAS....
While the snow and rain of the previous two weekends had mercifully departed, the hardly souls competing in the St Patrick's Day Open at County Armagh Golf Club still had to contend with biting winds and the resultant perishing temperatures.
Shea Smyth, however, has long since proved himself to be a man for all seasons, and he topped the leaderboard in the Armatile-sponsored event after a peerless 39-point outing.
The three-handicapper was crowned Golfer of the Year last term and, on recent evidence, looks poised for a similarly successful 2018 campaign.
Shea Smyth, who won the St Patrick's Day Open at County Armagh Golf Club, receives his prize from Paul Quinn of Armatile Ltd, competition sponsors. Also pictured are Club Captain Colm Shannon and runner-up, Paul McKeown.
Governing bodies lead #TheFairWay for Irish Golf in 2018.
Handicapping, one of the hottest topics in golf, is the subject of a new awareness campaign from the Golfing Union of Ireland (GUI) and the Irish Ladies Golf Union (ILGU).
The governing bodies for golf in Ireland have joined forces in an effort to tackle cheating and safeguard integrity in the handicapping system.
"There is still a culture of tolerating handicap cheating in golf.Just because others are cheating the system does not make it okay," says Pat Finn, CEO of the GUI.
"For club golfers, the integrity of the game depends on each individual observing the spirit and intent of the handicapping system," says Sinead Heraty, CEO of the ILGU.
The awareness campaign runs over two weeks from 21 March to 4 April. Golf clubs and their members will have access to key information and resources on handicapping through the GUI and ILGU website, www.thefairway.ie
Don't forget about the 9-Hole ‘Masters' Par 3 Ladies & Gents Stableford on 6th April. Now in its 3rd year and 2nd year of sponsorship from Iron Designs