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County Armagh Golf Club Northern Ireland

County Armagh Golf Club Northern Ireland

One of Ireland's Oldest and Greatest Parkland Courses
The Club, amongst the oldest in Ireland, celebrated its Centenary in 1993
2016 Membership Deals
New Full Membership Offer - £400.00 + (£16.50 GUI Fee)
New Lady Associate Offer - £300 + (£23.00 ILGU Fee)
Grand Prize Draw
Some £18,000 of prizes are up for grabs with the top prize an all-expenses trip for two to the 2017 Masters at Augusta, Georgia.
WELCOME TO COUNTY ARMAGH GOLF CLUB

Mens News

  • CAGC Captain's Prize Winner 2016 +

  • Wednesday 20th July Open Stableford Competition +

    Wednesday Open Stableford 1st K Calvert 42 pts 2nd D Doyle 40 pts 3rd N Cromwell 39 pts Wednesday Open Read More
  • Webster Cup win delight for Andrew +

    ANDREW Clarke had a smile as broad as the first fairway at County Armagh after winning the Webster Cup. The Read More
  • Anthony lifts Connolly Cup +

    ANTHONY Fagan was a delighted winner of the Connolly Cup at County Armagh. Anthony Fagan is presented with the Connolly Read More
  • Birdie start sets Lee up for Woods Cup win +

    LEE Stewart got his Woods Cup competition round off to a flying start with three birdies from the first four Read More
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ANDREW Clarke had a smile as broad as the first fairway at County Armagh after winning the Webster Cup.

The 13 handicapper carded a gross 78 to lift the coveted trophy, played for annually by the club’s 10-18 handicappers in a scratch competition.


Andrew Clarke is presented with the Webster Cup by County Armagh Golf Club Captain Martin Oliver. Paddy Burns collected the Best Nett score prize.

ANTHONY Fagan was a delighted winner of the Connolly Cup at County Armagh.


Anthony Fagan is presented with the Connolly Cup by Mrs Patricia Connolly with County Armagh Golf Club Captain Martin Oliver (right) and Gary Jordan.

LEE Stewart got his Woods Cup competition round off to a flying start with three birdies from the first four holes at County Armagh.

The 7-handicapper drilled birdies at the 1st, 3rd and 4th holes on his way to a winning gross 72 score in the scratch competition for 6-9 handicappers.


County Armagh Golf Club Captain Martin Oliver presents the Woods Trophy to Lee Stewart. Runner up was Mark Shannon (left). Andrew Millar collected the Best Gross Score Prize.

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.

Recently it has been noted that a number of players have not returned their scores in Qualifying Competitions.

Players are reminded, all scorecards in Qualifying Competitions whether or not complete with a score for every hole, must be returned to the organising committee and computer entries made as required.

The return of ALL scores in Qualifying Competitions is mandatory, and important in working out CSS and other statistical data for competitions.

Members are asked to adhere to this rule, as failure to do so may result in suspension of handicaps.

Brian McGuigan
Handicap Convenor CAGC
02 July 2016

Captain Martin Oliver, Joe Rooney April Stableford Winner, Eoin Hicks April Maine Cup Winner and May Stableford Winner, Lee Campbell April Stroke Winner, Adam Cromwell April Stableford Winner,
Conor Brady May Centenary Cup Winner, Jamie McKenna April Stableford and Stroke Winner also May Antennae Cup Winner, Juvenile Convenor Neil Cromwell