It is a great honour to be Captain of County Armagh Golf Club for 2017.
I am fortunate to be taking over at a time where we can continue to consolidate our position as a first class golf club.
I look forward to working with Vice Captain Colm Shannon and with our esteemed Club President Walter Neville who has been a long-standing servant in many different capacities over the years.
I wish to inform you that our long-standing Club Professional of 27 years, Mr Alan Rankin, has decided to retire from this position at Co Armagh Golf Club at the end of December 2016.
All members who have an Account or a 2's Account should sort these Accounts out with Alan prior to him leaving - please don't leave this to the very last minute and preferably do so before Christmas.
Patrick Burns (Honorary Secretary)
COUNTY Armagh Golf Club was among the many organisations and individuals who played their part in helping to raise a magnificent £16,165 for Solving Kids’ Cancer in Oscar’s name.
Honorary Secretary Paddy Burns, Sponsors Convenor Art McCrory and members Johnny Palmer and Leo King represented County Armagh in the recent Oscar Knox Cup charity golf day at Fortwilliam Golf Club.
COUNTY Armagh Golf Club Captain Martin Oliver has praised local firms and businesses for their support during the year.
County Armagh Golf Club Captain Martin Oliver and Lady Captain Una Cullinane are pictured with Sponors Day competition winner Ciaran McCreesh (second from left). Included also is Sponsors Convenor Art McCrory.
MARTIN Oliver has praised County Armagh Golf Club members, friends and family for their generosity towards the Captain's Charity.
The magnificent sum of £1,804 was raised for Marie Curie on Captain's Day at the city club. And after presenting a cheque to Sandra Spence, Marie Curie Community Fundraiser, Martin said: “I am absolutely delighted with the amount of money which family, friends and especially club members contributed to the Captain's Charity on my Captain's Day.
CountyArmagh Golf Club Captain Martin Oliver presents a cheque for £1804 to Sandra Spence, Marie Curie Community Fundraiser. The money was raised in Captain's Charity collection on Captain's Day.
County Armagh Golf Club Lady Captain Una Cullaine was the winner of the Ladies Open Stableford competition and is presented with her prize by Club Captain Martin Oliver. Included also is runner up Helen McLaughlin.
Access can only be gained from the Police station side of the Newry Road.
On leaving the premises Members Must turn right at the exit
All Diversions are now in place.
Only a couple of days left until the guys embark on 4 rounds of golf in one day in County Armagh Golf Club. Damien Smyth, Patrick Brannigan, Declan Quinn and Marty Daly will be heading out at first sunlight to ensure that they get the four rounds played hopefully before nightfall on Thursday 23rd June 2016!
Damien Smyth – Chief Organiser of the four-ball stated – “ I would like to thank everyone who has supported us to date through sponsorship and County Armagh Golf Club for hosting our challenge. We will be playing as fast as possible on the day and would welcome any support out on the course on the day to keep us going. Macmillan do great work throughout the UK and we are trying to raise as much funds as possible for Macmillan to help towards the great work that they do on a daily basis”
The lads have set up a Just Giving Page should you wish wish to donate to this worthy cause. https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/4roundsin1day