9 Hole October (2 cards to count) – sponsored by Eithne Ashby.
13 Hole Breast Cancer will run from Friday October 19th – Thursday November 15th.
Christmas Hamper – 13 Hole Competition will run from 16th November until date not decided.
The Winter League
For anybody wishing to partake in the Winter League for the coming year the sheet is now in locker room please add your name.
There will be an end of year mixed scramble on Sunday 11th November from 1.30 p.m.
Lady Captain’s Supper – Sunday 21st October at 5pm.
The Lady Captain’s Supper was held on Sunday last with a great crowd turning out in support of Lady Captain Noreen Byrne. A fabulous meal was served up by Bridget & Staff and the dessert was said to have been worthy of an Instagram posting, Presentation of all outstanding prizes took place afterwards.
Results – Lady Captain’s Supper – 13 Hole
1st – Mary Herlihy (34) – 27pts
2nd – Margaret O’Sullivan (22) – 26pts (countback)
3rd – Bridget Blackwell (37) – 26pts
Catherine Ruane Golfer of the Year (GOY) West Waterford Golf Club 2018
Catherine Ruane was declared the ‘Golfer of the Year’ at West Waterford Golf Club for 2018 at the
conclusion of the final Golfer of the Year (GOY) competition on the 23rd of September. This is a major
achievement for the young West Waterford junior golfer on only her second season competing at adult level.
Catherine received a record breaking 65 points on the GOY order of merit leader board with the following
performances in the ladies club competitions from May to September at West Waterford Golf Club.
Winner of the May 9 hole qualifier with a score of 44 stableford points (2 cards to count).
Runner-Up in the May monthly Medal with a score of 70 Nett (sponsored by the Interlude).
Winner of the June monthly Medal by 7 clear shots carding a 67 Nett (Sponsored by Merry’s Gastro Pub).
3rd Place in the Lady Captain’s (Mrs. Noreen Byrne) Prize. This was achieved over a two day competition.
Runner-Up in the ‘Presidents Prize to the Ladies’ she recorded the best score on the day with a 68 nett.
Winner of August Monthly medal carding a 71 Nett (Sponsored by Ormonde’s Café).
Winner in August of the stableford competition sponsored by David Walsh School & Office Supplies with a score of 38 points.
Runner-Up for the Bernie Twomey Memorial Trophy carding a 71 Nett.
At the Lady Captain’s Supper which was held on Sunday 21st October Catherine received her
‘Golfer of the Year’ award from West Waterford Lady Captain Mrs Noreen Byrne together with the
following additional awards for the 2018 golfing year;
ILGU Junior Medal
ILGU Silver Spoon for returning the lowest aggregate of three Nett stroke play scores in the club for the
ILGU Bronze Medal which is awarded to Catherine for the lowest aggregate Nett score over four Monthly
medal rounds in her category at West Waterford Golf Club. As a result Catherine now qualifies together
with the Silver Medal category winner to represent West Waterford Golf Club in the National Gold Medal
Finals on 15 May 2019 at Headfort Golf Club in County Meath. This will be a novel representation from the
club as the Silver medal winner for 2018 is Catherine’s mother Deirdre and indeed maybe a first (mother
and daughter) for the ILGU National medal finals.
In the 15 months since starting playing competitive golf Catherine has steadily reduced her playing
handicap by 15 shots and Catherine was included on the south Munster U-16 coaching panel for 2018 by
the Irish Ladies Golfing Union (ILGU).
Throughout the summer Catherine has represented her club West Waterford in many of the scheduled
ILGU Junior Girls golf events getting the opportunity to play in the following Golf Clubs, Tipperary,
Charleville, Dromoland, Douglas, Athenry and Castlerea.
The Munster Schools Senior & Junior cups were held recently on a cold and blustery day in East Cork Golf
Club on 5th October 2018. Our own Catherine Ruane represented Ard Scoil na nDéise Dungarvan in the
Individual Senior Section scoring 37 Stableford points on her first outing in East Cork Golf Club, with the overall honours going to a student from St Mary’s Mallow scoring one better on 38 Stableford points.