Club Competition Mon 10th Dec – Sun 16th Dec – 16 Hole Stableford
Winner: Paul Carroll (15) 37pts.
Lions Club Hamper Appeal – 13 Hole Stableford
1st Martin O Driscoll (13) 31pts b5, 2nd Frankie Corcoran (20) 31pts.
The Local golf society Christmas outing – Results
1st Johnnie Sheehan Richie Ronayne Tom Higgins
2nd Frank Lynch Colm O Callaghan Brendan O Leary
3rd Mick O Keeffe Mark Ronayne Tom O Grady Des Cleary
Nearest to Pin 4th: Des Cleary, 13th: Seamus Lambert
Long Drive 10th: John Fleming, 18th: Brendan O Leary
Ardmore/Clashmore Society Christmas Scramble – Results
1st. Kieran O Brien, Maurice Hallahan and Edward Hickey – 90pts
2nd Jack Foley, Bertie Hallahan and Michael French – 89pts
3rd Conor French, Frankie North and Declan Fitzgerald – 77pts.
Best 4 cards: Frankie North. Best 3 cards: Percy Walsh
Comeragh Oil Winter League Leaderboard
Kinsalebeg 142, Ballymacoda 139, Tivoli 137, Glenbeg 135, Mount Odell 135, Ballyduff 134, Helvick 133, Ballyguiry 133, Old Boro 129, Carriglea 126,
Old Parish 124, Cappagh 110.
Monday17th Dec to Sunday22nd Dec – 16 Hole Stableford.
Wednesday 26th Dec – Sunday 30th Dec – Round 2 Winter League 16 Hole Sfd.
Monday 31st Dec – Sunday 6th Jan – Round 2 Winter League 16 Hole Sfd.
Comeragh Oil Winter League – Kinsalebeg top the Table
Top scorer Micheal Gee (8) with 39 points, Liam Hansbury and Matt Holden with 35 points apiece and the evergreen Ray Rochford with 33, combined to put Kinsalebeg in top spot at the conclusion of round 1 in the Comeragh Oil Winter league on Sunday last. Andy Hickey (7) and Colin Houlihan (9) each had 36 points to place Ballymacoda in second spot just 3 points behind the leaders. Stephen Spillane was on form when he shot 37 points to see Tivoli complete the top three just 5 points off the top. A mere 4 points seperates the remaining five teams in the top8. Once again the team selectors have been vindicated and even at this early stage the league looks like being another battle to the end with all teams in contention for the playoff spots. Get the full results on our website www.westwaterfordgolf.com. We are taking a short break over the Christmas period and round 2 will resume on Wednesday 26th December. We will of course run a 16 hole club competition this week.
New Year’s Eve Anniversary Party.
Plans are underway for our next party night on New Year’s eve 24th December. As our 25th anniversary year draws to a close why not come along and celebrate our success in the friendly environs of West Waterford golf club. Fancy dress is optional and the night will include a hot buffet meal, music song and dance. Early booking is advisable.
The current weather conditions have led to the introduction of Winter Rules golf. This means you can mark, lift, clean and place your ball on the fairway and in the rough. For the moment our weekend men’s competition will be played over 16 holes. Holes No.2 and No.3 are currently out of play for men’s competitions. A domestic CSS of 35 will apply for 16 hole competitions.
Rules of Golf
Members are reminded that a number of changes to the Rules of Golf come into effect on January 1st 2019. A summary of the new rules is posted on the notice board and booklets on the changes are available at the sign-in desk. Dont wait till the last minute, check out the changes now.
One Governing Body
The GUI and ILGU have published a proposal for a single governing body for golf in Ireland. Clubs will vote on this proposal in January 2019. Members can familiarize themselves with this proposal by logging on to Golfnet and clicking on the One Governing Body website. A selection of relevant podcasts is now available on this website.
Gift Vouchers for golf lessons available in the office or ring 086 352 1070
The committee and management at West Waterford golf club would like to wish our members, patrons and numerous supporters, a happy and peaceful Christmas and New Year. We would also like to thank the local and national media for their ongoing support and cooperation. Not forgetting our generous sponsors without whom the club would not function. Your continuous support is greatly appreciated.