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County Armagh Golf Club Northern Ireland

County Armagh Golf Club Northern Ireland

WELCOME TO COUNTY ARMAGH GOLF CLUB

Mens News

  • Results - Club Stableford - Saturday 12th & Sunday 13th January +

    Club Stableford Results 1st Art McCrory 39pts 2nd Gary McCourt 33pts (back nine) Category 1 1st Paul McCurry 33pts (back Read More
  • Results - Club Stableford - Saturday 5th & Sunday 6th January +

    Club Stableford Results 1st Ian Beaddie 39pts 2nd Ian Ritchie 38pts (back nine) Category 1 1st Patrick Digby 35pts 2nd Read More
  • Results - Captain's Farewell 2018 +

    Captain's Farewell 2018 1st Paul McCreesh 38pts Category 1 1st Cormac O'Hare 36pts (back nine) Category 2 1st Danny McGee Read More
  • Results - Club Stableford - Saturday 22nd & Sunday 23rd December +

    Club Stableford Results 1st Patrick Darragh 35pts (back nine) Category 1 1st Ian Beaddie 35pts Category 2 1st Kieran Beagan Read More
  • Results - Club Stableford - 8th/9th December +

    Club Stableford Results 1st Neil Linton 37pts Category 1 1st Cormac O'Hare 32pts (back nine) Category 2 1st Kevin McElvanna Read More
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Watch this video for a summary of the 20 most important changes to the rules of golf.

Outgoing Lady Captain Mrs Elizabeth Mawhinney presented the incoming Lady Captain for 2019 Mrs Moya Brady with her brooch of office at the Inauguration Ceremony on Tuesday 1st January 2019. Elizabeth thanked the ladies who played the first nine- hole competition of the year and those who attended the traditional New Year's Day breakfast for their goodwill and support throughout 2018 which had been such a significant year for the club celebrating 125 years. However, she reminded everyone that the passing on of the Lady Captain's badge and the wearing of the new blazer are symbols of both continuity and change as Moya takes up her position as the eighty ninth Lady Captain,

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Outgoing Lady Captain Elizabeth Mawhinney presents Lady Captain for 2019 Mrs Moya Brady with her brooch of office.

1st January 2019

New Captain Kenny Edgar and new Lady Captain Moya Brady were welcomed in with a great day and evening at the CAGC clubhouse.

A definite case of in with the new and out with the old as it was also the last time the lounge in the clubhouse will be used before our all new surroundings are unveiled later in the spring.

Congratulations to Kenny, Moya, Gerry (Club President), Declan (Vice Vaptain) and Ann (Lady Vice Captain).

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Watch this short video and make sure you’re up to speed with the rule changes coming into effect in 2019!

https://www.golfnet.ie/news/golfnet/3755/video-get-rules-ready-2019

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Lady Captain Elizabeth Mawhinney pictured with end of season prize winners.

On Friday 7th December the Ladies Branch of Co Armagh Golf Club held their annual dinner in the clubhouse. Lady Captain Elizabeth Mawhinney welcomed everyone to the meal and thanked the ladies' choir who started the proceedings with some Christmas carols. A delicious meal was provided by the 7 Hills Restaurant staff. This was followed by a raffle of prizes provided by the Ladies Committee.

Then it was down to the main business of the evening when the final cups of the season and the Winter League competitions were presented. Elizabeth thanked the Competitions Convener Paula McCrory and her team for overseeing the 130 competitions which the Ladies Branch conducted throughout 2018.

The Sinton Cup was won by Ellen Brady with Paula McCrory the runner up in a hard-fought sporting final. Helen Forster and Alexandra Mawhinney were the beaten semi-finalists.

Siobhan Donnelly lifted the Link Cup beating Fionnuala Quinn on the 20 th hole. In joint third place were Helen Forster and Helen McLaughlin.

Lynne Browne was the delighted winner of the Hirsh Cup which is one of the oldest cups presented in the club, with Flo McCall taking runner up honours. In joint third place were Eileen Fitzsimons and Eilish Grimes.

The latest GUI Podcast features an exclusive interview with the GUI Chief Executive Officer Pat Finn on the Golf Ireland proposal from a GUI perspective.

It includes the background to the project, details the current situation and what clubs need to do over the coming weeks. It also addresses concerns raised recently about the proposal.

You can listen to the Podcast in a number of ways:

On Golfnet: https://www.golfnet.ie/news/gui/3745/gui-podcast-pat-finn-ceo-on-golf-ireland 

On Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/guigolf/golf-ireland-gui-special-interview-with-pat-finn

On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/golfingunionofireland/videos/2199664716940205/ 

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