Gents Notes

Gents notes 15-May-2022

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Club Competition Sunday May 14/15th -18 hole Stroke Monthly Medal sponsored by FBD

1st. Stephen O Mahoney (16) 67, 2nd Tom Breathnach (16) 69, Gross: Luke Cummins (scr) 76, 3rd Cian Lougheed (10) 70 b9.

 Tuesday 9-hole May 10th sponsored by FBD

1st Jack Mulligan (8) 21pts, 2nd Brian Hilliard (10) 19pts b6

Wednesday Open May 11th sponsored by Dungarvan Transport

1st Johnny Sheehan (19) 38pts, 2nd Colm O Callaghan (8) 37pts b9



Tuesday May 17th – Open 9-Hole Sponsored by FBD

Wednesday May 18th Open 18 Hole stableford 

Friday 20th May 9-Hole Mixed Scramble. Draw for partners at 6.30 pm

Sat 21/Sun2 May – Junior Scratch Cup and 18 hole competition Sponsored by Fordes Daybreak.


Junior Scratch Cup sponsored by Fordes Daybreak

There are still some times available on the timesheet. 

Book online or ring 058-43216 between 9am and 5pm daily.


Gary Hurley becomes new club Ambassador at Saadiyat Beach GC.

Gary Hurley has been unveiled as the new Club Ambassador at Saadiyat Beach GC, the Arabian Golf’s first beachfront course.

Hurley who enjoyed an encouraging 2021 season on the Alps Tour, has performed well this year. He finished solo 4th at April’s Abruzzo Alps Open.  This followed his tied 4 finish at the New Giza Open in March and his tied 7 result at the Ein Bay Open.  The West Waterford man is delighted with his new partnership deal.

 “I am really excited to be coming on board as an ambassador for Saadiyat Beach GC. I would like to thank them for placing their trust in me and I look forward to showcasing the great course and amazing facilities the club has to offer.”

Regarding his 2022 ambitions, Gary’s priority is to keep on progressing through the golfing ranks and onto the main tours in European golf.


Seamus Power finishes tied 17th at  AT&T Byron Nelson in Dallas

Seamus can’t wait for a crack at this week’s USPGA Championship after making an eagle and 21 birdies en route to a top-20 finish at the weekend. 

“It’s been a good week, so not a bad effort” Power said after a four-under 68 left him tied 17th  on 18- under, eight shots behind the defending champion KH Lee who carded a 9-under 63 to win by one shot on 26-under par.  “It’s been a good week, so not a bad effort”.  “There was a lot of good stuff over the four rounds and I played better over the weekend which was nice.  So looking forward to heading to Southern Hills and my second major”.  Seamus joins a world class field in Tulsa on May 19 – 22nd.  On his current form he must be confident of another top class finish.  Best of Luck Seamus.

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