William Browne's Presidents Day will be held on Sunday 26th October, tee off between 10am-12pm.
36 hole strokeplay.
Juveniles are welcome to play in this competiton.
All Ireland School's Competition
On Friday 24th October Dungarvan C.B.S Team of Stephen Donovan, Aidan Ryan and Luke Cummins will be playing in Ryston, County Kildare for their school.
GOOD LUCK LADS
The final week of The Graham Nagle Nett Sheild saw Kyle Hackett as the winner, it was a great competiton under very windy conditions but this didn't deter the competitors.
1st place was Kyle Hackett
2nd place was Colm O'Shea
3rd place was Conal O'Ceallaigh
Joint 4th were Jamie Mulcahy and Fionn Nagle
Dates for your diary (Juveniles)
2nd November Johnny Lynch Scratch Cup
9th November T.F McCarthy Shoot Out
16th, 23rd, 30th November, 7th December Winter League
Names to be by 10am tee off 10.30am
There was no game last week due to bad weather.
Names to be in by 1.30pm tee off 2pm
Nett Lorraine Troy, Eileen Mangan
Gross Jacinta O'Mahoney, Patsy Hackett
There will be a game on Bank Holiday Monday at 11am, names in by 10.30am
Dates for your diary (Adults)
15th November Credit Union Shield
There will be a mens winter league starting 2nd November.
Tee off at 10am
It will be run over 5 weeks, 10 euro to enter.
For more information contact Paddy Noonan
Hole in One
This year we are having a prize for the most hole in ones during the season.
These must be in a Club competiton at the Cunnigar Pitch and Putt and cards must be verified by the tournament committee.
To date Patsy Hackett has now gone into the lead with 3, Michael Havens (2), Liam Simms (2) PaddyNoonan Richard O'Leary, Ivan Fitzgerald, John Foley, John Carroll, Terence Moroney and Paul Healy have each got one in competition.
Ladies to date are Breda Foley(2) Breda O'Donnell and Sadie Ui Mhiachain, Lorraine Troy, Margaret Shanahan and Maureen Power, Jacinta O'Mahoney, Cait Mulcahy, Mary O'Neill
Bonus number this week is 45, Connall O'Ceallaigh was the lucky winner this week.
Leaving Pitch Marks when playing destroys the greens, it takes a lot of care and attention to keep them in pristine condition, so all members and green fees are asked to repair them and use the correct repairer when doing so.
If anyone has an hour or two Mondays to Fridays to spare to give a hand helping on the course you would be very welcome.
The gardening committee will be working on the course every Tuesday at 2.30pm any help would be gratefully appreciated.
Did you know?
When a ball on the green is to be lifted, its position must be marked before it is lifted by placing an object such as a coin or marker behind the ball on the line of the putt. A tee must not be used to mark the ball.
All monies must be paid before names are sent to P.P.U.I for competitons
Membership fees are now due and can be given to any committee member.
Family 150 euro
Adult 80 euro
Over 60 50 euro
Juvenile 45 euro
Life members 30 euro
Adults 5 euro
Juveniles 3 euro
Hire of clubs 2 euro
Club jumpers, tee shirts, caps are for sale in club house