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County Armagh Golf Club Northern Ireland

County Armagh Golf Club Northern Ireland

Full Member offer is £395 and the Ladies is £295

WELCOME TO COUNTY ARMAGH GOLF CLUB

Mens News

  • Chest, Heart & Stroke Results 2017 +

    1st Oliver Connell 47pts. 2nd Christopher Lester 46pts. Category 1 1st Jonathan McKnight 42pts(back nine) 2nd Ian Beaddie 42pts. Category Read More
  • Results St Patrick's Day Open Stableford +

    Mens Results 1st Ian O'Hea 46 points 2nd Neil Dowzell 43 points 3rd Paul Corvan 39 points (back 9) Ladies Read More
  • McGUIRK SHINES IN SUNDAY SUN +

    The new season at County Armagh Golf Club is only just getting up and running, but Mickey McGuirk looks to Read More
  • Classic connection for Irwin Electrical and County Armagh Golf Club +

    COUNTY Armagh Golf Club is delighted to announce Irwin M&E Limited as the main sponsor for the ladies and gents Read More
  • Results Club Stableford Sunday 12th March 2017 +

    1st Michael McGuirk 41 points (back 9) 2nd Martin Oliver 41 points Category 1 1st Brian McGuigan 39 points 2nd Read More
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Mothering Sunday Carvery 26th March

The new season at County Armagh Golf Club is only just getting up and running, but Mickey McGuirk looks to have kept his game in rude health during the winter hiatus.

McGuirk's rust-free 41 points in the Club Stableford on Sunday 12 March saw him emerge victorious from a 55-strong field, all of whom were no doubt eager to capitalise on the welcome appearance of some spring sunshine.

Having shaken off the disappointment of a no-score at the opening hole, Mickey reeled off pars at seven of the next eight to reach the turn with 20 points.

COUNTY Armagh Golf Club is delighted to announce Irwin M&E Limited as the main sponsor for the ladies and gents Open 4-Ball Classic competition on Friday 19 May.

Irwin M&E is a local company delivering electrical and mechanical installations in UK and Ireland. The company also provide integrated electrical and mechanical maintenance and testing FM Services.

The County Armagh Golf Club Fundraising Classic will see four-balls compete on one of the oldest courses in Ireland for men's, women and mixed team prizes of upwards of £1,000.

Photo below: From the picturesque 18th green, County Armagh Golf Club launch their ladies and gents Open Four-ball Classic competition, sponsored by Irwin M&E Limited. Club Captain Richard Stewart is joined by Irwin’s Managing Director Keith Stewart and Lady Captain Gail Steed to announce details of the competition which will take place on Friday May 19.  

New members and members whose handicaps have lapsed must use the following procedure to be allocated an official handicap.

Players must complete 54 holes of golf (either in the form of 3 x 18 hole cards or 6 x 9 hole cards or a combination of both) played under qualifying conditions, which must be marked by a member of the club who already holds a current handicap.

Qualifying conditions means:

  • Using White tee markers
  • Preferred lies on fairways only
  • A ball in the rough must be played as-it-lies (except if plugged, when it may be lifted, cleaned and dropped at the nearest point).

When the rounds are completed, the cards must be signed and dated by both the player and the marker. They should be marked, "FOR HANDICAP", and all cards submitted together to the Competition Room (beside the Secretary's office) for the attention of the Handicap Convenor.

Members transferring from another club

Members transferring are asked to obtain a Handicap Certificate from their last club and submit this for the attention of the Handicap Convenor.

If further clarification is required please contact the Handicap Convenor.

 

Brian McGuigan

Handicap Convenor

County Armagh GC

(07730415251)

Dear Member,

The Golfing Union of Ireland are spearheading the campaign for fair and consistent handicapping by tackling the cheats in an innovative Handicap Awareness Month.

Throughout the month of March, the GUI will be running #TheFairWay campaign, which will educate players and clubs alike. Handicapping is a fundamental aspect of the game and as the governing body for men's golf in Ireland, the GUI are raising awareness in response to public concerns about handicap cheating.

Unlike most sports, golf is largely played in the absence of a referee. The game, and the handicapping system, rely on the integrity of the individual. It is up to every single player to observe the spirit and intent of the handicapping system.

Congratulations to the Ladies Minor Cup Team 2016 who have been shortlisted in the Senior Team Category for the Armagh Banbridge and Craigavon District Council Sports Award.

The awards ceremony is scheduled to take place on Thursday 30th March 2017 in Craigavon Craigavon Civic Centre. Lady Captain Gail and the Ladies Committee wish them every success in this prestigious competition. 

COUNTY Armagh Golf Club has undertaken a major tree-planting exercise to enhance and protect the historic parkland course in the heart of the City.

Upwards on 30 new trees - paid for by members - have been planted across the 18-hole course, set in the Georgian demesne.


Horticulturist and nursery expert John Flack (left) and Greens Convenor David Baird are pictured beside one of the new trees - paid for by members - planted across the course at County Armagh Golf Club.


Plaques identifying individual club members and their families who have contributed to the scheme have been put in place alongside each of the new trees on the course at County Armagh Golf Club.