Wicklow Golf Club

.... a great coastal challenge

Wicklow Golf Club

.... a great coastal challenge

Inter-Club Matchplay

Team Captain: Peter O'Hagan

Unfortunately Wicklow did not qualify from Old Conna.

 

Old Conna Strokeplay Qualifier - 20 May 2017
146 Lucan; 146 Castle; 151 UCD; 152 Charlesland; 152 Greystones; 153 Grange; 153 Elm Park; 153 Dun Laoghaire; Non Qualifiers - 154 Old Conna; 156 Druids Heath; 156 Woodbrook; 158 Milltown; 160 Hemitage; 160 Edmondstown; 161 Delgany; 161 Bray; 162 Newlands; 163 Blainroe; 163 Powerscourt; 164 Foxrock; 166 Killiney; 170 Wicklow; 171 Stackstown; 177 Citywest Resort

Matchplay 21 May 2017
08:00 Grange bt UCD 2 holes
08:15 Castle bt Elm Park 4 holes
08:30 Dun Laoghaire bt Lucan 2 holes
08:45 Greystones bt Charlesland on first extra hole
13:30 Castle bt Grange 7 holes
13:45 Dun Laoghaire bt Greystones 2 holes

 

CONDITIONS
1. General
a) The Shield shall be called the “Barton Shield”.
b) These Rules must be read in conjunction with Cups and Shields - General Rules, and with the conditions for the
Provincial Qualifying Section as determined by the Branch.


2. Format
a) Each team shall consist of four members.
b) The form of play is Foursomes. In Match Play rounds of the Tournament, each match shall be played over 18 holes, the
aggregate of holes up to decide the winning team.
c) The full round must be played unless an overall result on holes up has already decided the event, when the defeated
team may concede the match before completion of 18 holes.
d) In the case of a tie, the second match as selected shall immediately continue to play tie holes until a decision is reached.
The pairs contesting tie holes must maintain their respective orders of play in which they played from the start of the
match. (Penalty for breach = Loss of hole)


3. Handicaps
a) All matches must be played off scratch.

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The Leinster Fourball was replaced with the GUI All Ireland Fourball in 2016.

 


Team Captain: Mary Cahill & ?

Leinster Final & Semi Final: Sunday 5th August 2018 in Knightsbrook
National Final: Friday 8th - Saturday 6th October 2018 in Milltown

 

Note:
For the purposes of eligibility and competing, the handicap for both Men and Ladies shall be the lowest playing handicap held during the previous calendar year. If the combined handicaps of any pair exceed 27, the pair must play off 27. (Revised 2014)


A player shall have, in the calendar year prior to the event, returned a minimum of four returns in qualifying competitions (supplementary scores are not included) all of which must be recorded on the handicap records of the player’s home club on or before 31st December in the calendar year prior to the event.

If a player changes club during the previous calendar year, it is his/her responsibility to produce evidence of having competed in a minimum of four Qualifying Competitions.

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Team Captain: David Delaney

2017 Match Schedule

Round 1: Wicklow (Away) -v- Bray on Saturday 8th April ar 2.30 p.m.
Result: Wicklow lost 2-3

 

Round 2
Malahide bt Rush 4/1; Balcarrick bt Portmarnock 3/2; Corrstown bt Link Portmarnock 3/2; The Royal Dublin bt Sutton 3/2; Laytown & Bettystown bt Seapoint 4/1; Ardee bt Dundalk 3/2; Balbriggan bt DeerPark 3/2; Forrest Little bt Roganstown 3.5/1.5; Killeen Killeen Castle bt Knightsbrook 3/2; Carton House bt Westmanstown 4.5/0.5; Millicent bt Knockanally 3.5/1.5; Edenderry bt Moyvalley 3.5/1.5; Tullamore bt Co Longford 3/2; Esker Hills bt Moate 3/2; Rathdowney bt Castlecomer 4/1; Portarlington bt Heath 3.5/1.5; Dunmurry Springs bt Athy 3.5/1.5; Beech Park bt Royal Curragh 3/2; Killeen bt Castlewarden 3.5/1.5; Naas bt K Club 3.5/1.5; Dublin Mountain bt Blessington Lakes 3/2; Foxrock bt Castle 3.5/1.5; Elm Park bt Dun Laoghaire 4/1; Woodbrook bt Edmondstown 3.5/1.5; Charlesland bt Powerscourt 3.5/1.5; Grange Castle WO Hermitage DQ; Druid’s Heath bt Bray 3/2; Woodenbridge bt Old Conna 3/2; European Club bt Arklow 3/2; Enniscorthy bt Bunclody 4/1; Wexford bt Rosslare 3.5/1.5; Callan bt Gowran Park 3/2

Round 1
Malahide bt The Island 3/2; Rush bt Swords 4/1; Balcarrick bt Corballis Links 3/2; Portmarnock bt Beaverstown 3/2; Corrstown bt Clontarf 3/2; Links Portmarnock bt Hollystown 3/2; Royal Dublin bt Howth 3.5/1.5; Sutton bt St Anne’s 3/2; Laytown & Bettystown bt Co Louth 3.5/1.5; Seapoint bt Greenore 3/2; Ardee bt Royal Tara 4/1; Dundalk bt Headfort 3/2; Balbriggan bt St Margaret’s 4/1; Deer Park bt Skerries 3.5/1.5; Forrest Little bt Hollywood Lakes 3/2; Roganstown bt Ashbourne 3.5/1.5; Knightsbrook bt Black Bush 4/1; Killeen Castle bt Bellewstown 3/2; Westmanstown bt Castleknock 4/1; Carton House bt Luttrellstown 3.5/1.5; Millicent bt Kilcock 4/1; Knockanally bt Highfield 3/2; Moyvalley bt Rathcore 3.5/1.5; Edenderry bt Castle Barna 3/2; Co Longford bt Mullingar 3/2; Tullamore bt Glasson 4/1; Moate bt Mount Temple 3/2; Esker Hills bt New Forest 3/2; Castlecomer bt Abbeyleix 3.5/1.5; Rathdowney bt Carlow 3/2; The Heath bt Mountrath 3/2; Portarlington bt The Heritage 3/2; Athy bt Cill Dara 4/1; Dunmurry Springs bt Baltinglass 3/2; Beech Park bt Newbridge 3/2; Royal Curragh bt Craddockstown 3.5/1.5; Killeen bt Lisheen Springs 4/1; Castlewarden bt Lucan 3/2; Naas bt Smurfit 4.5/0.5; K Club bt Palmerstown Stud 3/2; Blessington Lakes bt Citywest Resort4/1; Dublin Mountain bt Tulfarris 3/2; Foxrock bt Carrickmines 3/2; Castle bt Slade Valley 4/1; Dun Laoghaire bt Killiney 4/1; Elm Park bt Greystones 3.5/1.5; Edmondstown bt Grange 3.5/1.5; Woodbrook bt Milltown 4/1; Powerscourt bt Stackstown 3.5/1.5; Charlesland bt Delgany 4/1; Grange Castle bt Rathfarnham 4/1; Hermitage bt Newlands 3.5/1.5; Bray bt Wicklow 3/2; Druid’s Heath WO Glen of the Downs WD; Woodenbridge bt Druid’s Glen 3/2; Old Conna bt Blainroe3.5/1.5; Arklow bt Coollattin 4/1; European Club bt Macreddin 4/1; Bunclody bt Mount Wolseley 3.5/1.5; Enniscorthy bt Courtown 3.5/1.5; Rosslare bt New Ross 3/2; Wexford bt Waterford 4/1; Callan bt Kilkenny 3.5/1.5; Gowran Park bt Mount Juliet 3/2


FBD have been sponsoring this event since 1987.

The following Conditions should be read in conjunction with the Golfing Union of Ireland Tournament Conditions 2017:

  • All matches shall be played off scratch. The combined handicap of any pair shall not be lower than 14.
  • The handicap applicable shall be deemed to be the lowest handicap held by a player in the preceding calendar year.
  • Competitors must have competed in at least four singles Qualifying Competitions in the previous calendar year. If a player changes his club during the previous calendar year, it is his responsibility to produce evidence of four Qualifying Competitions.
  • The penalty for breaches of Rules 5, 6, 7, 11 and 12 shall be disqualification of the team concerned.
  • There will be no extensions granted. If a match is not played by the closing date both clubs will be scratched unless one of the clubs has received a walk-over. -All matches must be played to a finish unless an overall result has been achieved.
  • The winning Club should notify the Leinster Branch not later than the FIRST working day after the match has been completed.
  • If there is a tie after the second leg of the Final both teams will select one pair who has played in the match as a pair. The selected pairings shall immediately play Match Play over three holes in such sequence as prescribed by the Leinster Branch before the Final. If still tied they shall engage in a Sudden Death Play-Off.

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Team Captain: Paul Garland

Wicklow lost to Arklow in the 1st round on Saturday 22nd April 2017.
Result: Wicklow lost 4-5

 

Round 3
Headfort bt Dundalk 6.5/2.5; Ashbourne bt Co Meath 5/4; Tullamore bt Mullingar 5/4; The Heath bt Smurfit 5/4; Newbridge bt Tulfarris 5.5/3.5; Coollattin bt Druid’s Glen 5/4; Borris bt Kilkenny 5/4; Enniscorthy bt Ballymoney 6/3

Round 2
Second Round: Dundalk bt Bellewstown 7/2; Headfort bt Ardee 6/3; Ashbourne bt Laytown & Bettystown 6/3; Co Meath bt Knightsbrook 5/4; Mullingar bt Edenderry 5/4; Tullamore bt Craddockstown 5/4; Smurfit bt Cill Dara 5/4; The Heath bt The Heritage 5/4; Tulfarris bt Baltinglass 5.5/3.5; Newbridge bt Carlow 5/4; Coollattin bt Macreddin 8/1; Druid’s Glen bt Woodenbridge 5/4; Kilkenny bt Gowran Park 5.5/3.5; Borris bt Waterford 5/4; Ballymoney bt Arklow 5/4; Enniscorthy bt Wexford 6.5/2.5

Round 1
Dundalk bt Balbriggan 5/4; Bellewstown bt Greenore 5.5/3.5; Ardee bt Seapoint 5/4/ Headfort bt Co Louth 6/3; Laytown & Bettystown bt Black Bush 7/2; Ashbourne bt Royal Tara 5/4; Knightsbrook bt Kilcock 6/3; Mullingar bt Moate 9/0; Edenderry bt Mount Temple 5/4; Tullamore bt Birr 5/4; Cill Dara bt Athy 5/4; Heath bt Rathdowney 5.5/3.5; Heritage bt Royal Curragh 5.5/3.5; Tulfarris bt Blessington Lakes 6.5/2.5; Collattin bt Druid’s Heath 6/3; Druid’s Glen bt European Club 6.5/2.5; Kilkenny bt Callan 5/4; Borris bt New Ross 5.5/3.5; Ballymoney bt Courtown 5/4; Arklow bt Wicklow 5/4; Wexford bt St Helen’s Bay 6.5/2.5; Enniscorthy bt Bunclody 5/4

 

The Provincial Towns Challenge Cup is a singles match play Leinster Branch GUI event. It is aimed at 9-12 handicap golfers. Teams enter from all over Leinster excluding the Dublin area (where an equivalent competition, the Metropolitan Cup is run). The Final is played over two legs, home and away.

Rules:
Team consists of 9 members
Played off scratch
Played by singles match play
Handicap - NOT eligible if handicap was less than 9  in the previous calendar year
Each player must have had a minimum of 4 returns in qualifying competitions recorded last year
All matches must be played to a conclusion (unless an overall result has been reached).
Caddies permitted

To be read in conjunction with GUI Tournament Conditions Book 2017

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Team Captain:  TBC

Ireland's amateur golf legend is commemorated by the Jimmy Bruen Shield, inaugurated in 1978 when Stackstown won the first competition. Clubs are represented by five pairs, the minimum individual handicap being 6 and the minimum combined 17. It is a National Foursomes Competition aimed at Category 2 handicap (6-12) golfers. A regional qualifying event, with the winners going on to the Leinster Finals. The Leinster winners compete in the All Ireland Cup & Shields Finals in September.

 

Rules:
Team consists of 10 members
Foursomes stroke play into Foursomes match play
Played off scratch
Each player must have had a minimum of 4 returns in qualifying competitions recorded last year Handicap
NOT eligible if no handicap last year
NOT eligible if handicap was less than 5 last year
Combined handicap of each pair must NOT have been LOWER than 15 last year
Captain may nominate 2 pairs as reserves
A nominated reserve pair may be in the same position as the pair who had to withdraw
Caddies permitted - no restrictions

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Team Captain: TBC

Named after Professor Purcell, one of Ireland's outstanding golf administrators, from the 1920s to 1960s, it was won first by Masserene, in 1970. The Pierce Purcell Shield is a national foursome competition aimed at category 3 handicap golfers (12-17). Five foursome pairings represent each club, comprised of minimum individual handicaps of 12 and minimum combined of 27. A regional qualifying event, with the winners going on to the Leinster Finals. The Leinster winners compete in the All Ireland Cup & Shields Finals in September.

Rules:
Team consists of 10 members
Scotch Foursomes stroke play and then Scotch Foursomes match play
Played off scratch
Each player must have had a minimum of 4 returns in qualifying competitions recorded last year Handicap
NOT eligible if no handicap last year
NOT eligible if handicap was less than 11 last year
Combined handicap of each pair must NOT have been LOWER than 25 last year
Age - nobody under 18 (on 1st January of year of tournament) is eligible
Captain may nominate 2 pairs as reserves
A nominated reserve pair may be placed in the same position as the pair who had to withdraw
Caddies permitted - no restrictions

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Team Captain: TBC

Conditions:
To be read in conjunction with Golfing Union of Ireland Tournament Conditions 2018
Each team shall consist of five players, each of whose playing handicap no less than 4 in the previous calendar year, playing off Scratch.
Teams may play in any handicap order. The names of team members in order of play must be handed to the Official in charge at least thirty minutes before a team is due to start.
Leinster Golf and its Match Officials reserve the right to alter tee-times.
Qualifying on Day 1 will be by singles medal play, the best four gross scores to determine a team's score, the worst card being eliminated.
If there is a tie, the worst card of the four shall be discarded and consideration given to the remaining three cards.
If there is still a tie, this process will be continued until only the best card of each team remains. If still a tie, the decision shall be on the last 9,6,3,2,1 of the best card;
if still a tie, on the last 3,6,7,8 of the first nine; if still tied, the winner shall be decided by lot.
In the match play stages all matches must be played to a conclusion unless an overall result has been achieved. Unfinished matches will be declared 'halved'.
A team captain may nominate two reserves.
Competitors must have competed in at least four singles Qualifying Competitions in the previous calendar year. If a player changes his club during the previous calendar year, it is his responsibility to produce evidence of four Qualifying Competitions.

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Team Captain: Frank Scanlan

Wicklow lost to Greystones in the semi-final on Sunday 25th June.
Wicklow qualified for the semi-final Druids Heath

The team consisted of Trevor Doyle, Derek McKeon, Mark Doyle, Conor Jameson & Peter O'Hagan.

Final
14.30 Dun Laoghaire bt Greystones 3/2

Semi-Finals Sunday 25th June
8.30 Greystones bt Wicklow 4/1
9.10 Dun Laoghaire bt Old Conna 4/1

Saturday 24th June
7.30 Druids Heath bt Bray 3/2
8.10 Greystones bt Powerscourt 3/2
8.50 Blainroe bt Delgany 3.5/1.5
10.10 Old Conna bt Woodbrook 4/1
10.50 Courtown bt Killiney 4/1
13.30 Wicklow bt Druids Heath 3/2
14.10 Greystones bt Blainroe 4.5/0.5
14.50 Dun Laoghaire bt Arklow 4.5/0.5
15.30 Old Conna bt Courtown 3/2

Instituted in 1900, when Dublin University won it for the first time, the Senior Cup is the most coveted trophy in club golf. Teams consist of five players in singles matchplay, off scratch. The figure on the lid is that of Fred G. Tait.

 

Conditions:
To be read in conjunction with GUI Tournament Conditions Book 2017
Each team shall consist of five players and play shall be by singles match play. All matches must be played off scratch. A Team Captain may nominate two reserves.
CONDITIONS to be read in conjunction with GUI Tournament Conditions 2016
The names of the team members in order of play must be handed to the Official in charge at least thirty minutes before scheduled tee-time.
Leinster Golf and its Match Officials reserve the right to alter tee-times.

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Team Captain:  Ian Mooney

2017 Match Schedule

Round 1:  Wicklow v Arklow. Saturday 4th February.  3 home matches at 10:30am. 3 away matches at 11am. 
Result: Wicklow lost 4-2. 

Round 2: Wicklow v Blainroe. Saturday 18th February. 3 home matches at 10:00am. 3 away matches at 9:30am. 
Result: Wicklow lost 3.5-2.5

Round 3: Wicklow v Druids Heath.  Saturday 18th March. Times TBC. 
Result:  Uncontested 


Team Captain: Sean O'Brien

Wicklow -v- Castlecomer in the 1/4 final on Wednesday 19th July at 4.30 p.m.

 

Wicklow defeated Mount Wolseley in the 3rd round. 

Wicklow defeated Blainroe  in the 2nd round on Wednesday 17th May.

The Duggan Cup is run by Edenderry Golf Club. It is a men's foursome match play event for the over 50s. Teams from all over the south Leinster region enter the competition and the semi finals and final are held in Edenderry Golf Club.

Rules:
Competitors must be aged 50 years or over on January 1st
The handicap limit for any player is 18 
The combined handicap of any pair cannot be lower than 20 or higher than 32
The handicaps applicable are those on January 1st
The handicap allowance is half the difference of the combined handicaps
All matches should be played to a finish

Where the same team wins the Cup in 2 successive years the team must change at least 4 members
who played in the final on the 2nd year.

Contact – Noel Duigenan 087 2463972 or eMail golf@EdenderryGolfClub.ie

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Team Captain: Pat Stapleton

Wicklow (Away) -v- New Ross in the 1st round on 29th April 2017 at 3pm
Result: Wicklow lost 2-3

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Team Captains: Tommy Morrisey/ Peter Byrne

Wicklow (Away) -v- Coollattin on Friday 7th April 2017.
Result: Wicklow lost


The JB Carr Trophy is run by Woodenbridge Golf Club, and was inaugrated in 1996 celebrating the great Irish amateur golfer, Joe Carr.
The competiton runs nationally, but is based on county boundaries in the early rounds. It is a tournament for the over 60s.

Rules:
5 pairs playing Scotch Foursomes Match Play. Maximum allowable handicap is 30 per pairing
Draw will determine home advantage with the exception of regional finalists who will have a home and away series
Age 60 + on or before 31st December the preceding year
Early rounds will be played within county boundaries
All county winners will then play off within their own region to produce regional champions
The four regional champions will then play an All Ireland semi-finals and Final in Woodenbridge Golf Club in September

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Team Captain:  Amanda Reynolds & ?


Mixed Foursomes matchplay run by Baltinglass Golf Club. The trophy was inaugrated in 1968 and named after the sponser and then Club Secretary, J D Cullen. It was the first interclub mixed foursomes competition in the South Leinster area.

Rules:
5 Mixed foursomes pairs play match play
The matches take place in the one venue - either home or away
The semi final is played over two legs, home and away
The final takes place in Baltinglass Golf Club on the last Sunday in August
The handicap limit is 18 for men and 28 for women

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Team Captain: To be confirmed

Wicklow -v- Bray in the 1st Round - Wicklow withdrew 

 

Round 1
Royal Tara bt Black Bush 6/4; Seapoint WO Headfort WD; Dundalk WO Balbriggan WD; Co Louth bt Greenore 6/4; Donabate bt Laytown & Bettystown 9/1; Roganstown bt Ashbourne 10/0; Clontarf WO The Island WD; Howth WO Royal Dublin WD; Malahide bt St Anne’s 8/2; Portmarnock bt Beaverstown 10/0; Forrest Little bt Smurfit 8/2; Westmanstown bt Lucan 9/1; Carton House bt Milltown 6/4; Edmondstown WO Hermitage WD; Dun Laoghaire bt Grange 6.5/3.5; Stackstown bt Woodbrook 9/1; Elm Park bt Castle 6/4; Grange Castle DQ Delgany DQ; Bray WO Wicklow WD; Powercourt WO Blainroe WD; Greystones bt Woodenbridge 7/3; Killiney WO Old Conna WD; Newlands bt Craddockstown 6.5/3.5; Naas bt Baltinglass 5.5/4.5; The Heath WO Royal Curragh WD; Portarlington WO The Heritage WD; Tullamore WO Mullingar WD; Castle Barna bt Birr 6/4; Kilkenny WO Carlow WD; Castlecomer bt Mount Juliet 6/4; Wexford WO New Ross WD; Waterford bt Enniscorthy 8/2

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Team Captain: Brian Murphy

 Wicklow lost to Bray in the 1st round on Sunday 23rd April 2017.

 

Started in memory to Ireland's first Open Champion, the Fred Daly Trophy has been competed for since 1995. Daly, who won the Open Championship at Hoylake in 1947, also played in the Ryder Cup four times, 1947, 1949, 1951 and 1953.

 

Round 3
Dundalk bt Ardee 3/2; The Island bt Roganstown 4.5/0.5; Highfield bt Royal Dublin 3/2; Carton House bt Killeen 4.5/0.5; Elm Park bt Edmondstown 4/1; Greystones bt Bray 3/2; Rosslare bt Mountrath 4/1; Kilkenny bt Mullingar 3/2

Round 2
Second Round: Ardee bt Headfort 3/2; Dundalk bt Donabate 3.5/1.5; The Island bt Portmarnock 4.5/0.5; Roganstown bt Lucan 3.5/1.5; The Royal Dublin bt Beaverstown 4/1; Highfield bt Naas 3/2; Carton House bt Newlands 4/1; Killeen bt Grange Castle 4/1; Edmondstown bt Delgany 4/1; Elm Park bt Milltown 4/1; Greystones bt Blainroe 4.5/0.5; Bray bt Baltinglass 4/1; Rosslare bt Waterford 3/2; Mountrath bt Portarlington 3.5/1.5; Kilkenny bt Mount Juliet 4.5/0.5; Mullingar bt Tullamore 4.5/0.5

Round 1
Headfort WO; Ardee bt Greenore 3.5/1.5; Dundalk bt Laytown & Bettystown 4/1; Donabate bt Malahide 3/2; Portmarnock WO Sutton WD; The Island bt Clontarf 5/0; Roganstown bt Forrest Little 3/2; Lucan bt Black Bush 3.5/1.5; Royal Dublin bt St Anne’s 3.5/1.5; Beaverstown bt Corrstown 4.5/0.5; Highfield bt Smurfit 5/0; Naas bt Kilcock 4/1; Newlands bt Westmanstown 3/2; Carton House bt Craddockstown 3.5/1.5; Killeen WO Palmerstown Stud WD; Grange Castle bt Hermitage 3/2; Delgany bt Grange 3/2; Edmondstown bt Dun Laoghaire 3.5/1.5; Elm Park bt Foxrock 4/1; Milltown bt Stackstown 4/1; Blainroe WO Glen of the Down WD; Greystones bt Woodbrook 3/2; Bray bt Wicklow 4.5/0.5; Baltinglass bt Woodenbridge 3/2; Rosslare bt Enniscorthy 3/2; Waterford WO New Ross WD; Mountrath bt Royal Curragh 3.5/1.5; Portarlington WO Newbridge WD; Kilkenny bt Gowran Park 3.5/1.5; Mount Juliet WO Callan WD; Mullingar bt Glasson 5/0; Tullamore bt Birr 4/1

Preliminary Round
Ashbourne WD Balbriggan WD; Ardee bt Co Louth 3/2; Laytown & Bettystown bt Seapoint 3/2; Donabate bt Royal Tara 3/2; The Island bt Howth 4/1; Highfield bt Milicent 5/0; Westmanstown bt Castlewarden 3/2; Edmondstown bt Killiney 4/1; Elm Park bt Castle 4/1; Milltown WO Slade Valley WD; Greystones bt Powerscourt 3.5/1.5; Rosslare bt Wexford 4/1; Enniscorthy bt Courtown 4/1; Mountrath bt The Heath 4/1; Heritage WD Newbridge WO; Gowran Park bt Castlecomer 4.5/0.5; Kilkenny WO Carlow WD; Mullingar WO Edenderry WD; Glasson bt Moate 3/2

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Team Captain: Brian Murphy

 Qualifier takes place in Woodenbridge on Monday 3rd July - 8:45 Courtown and Wicklow

The Irish Junior Foursomes began in 1983 and since then has proved to play an important part in the development of boys golf and inter-club match play.

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Team Captain: TBC

 

This event replaced the Leinster Fourball in 2016. It is for handicaps 15+ with a minimum combined of 34.

Conditions:
To be read in conjunction with GUI Tournament Conditions Book 2018
In the Preliminary and first rounds, the club on top of the draw has three matches at home and two matches away.
For the second and subsequent rounds, the club whose number or letter appears first shall have three matches at home and two matches away.
For the Final the club whose letter appears first shall play at home in the first leg.

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  •  Current handicap at time of match applies (1st March handicap eligibility no longer applies)
  • A player must have competed in 3 qualifying competitions “home” or “away” (9 or 18 holes) in the previous 12 months from the day of the match.
  • Shots will be conceded in the higher handicap categories, not lower.

 

Mid Leinster District Final – Tullamore Saturday 1st September 2018
All Ireland Finals – Knightsbrook Wednesday 26th September – Saturday 29th September 2018


Team Captain: Rosemary Kavanagh

 

 

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Team Captain: Therese Porter

 

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Team Captain: Geraldine Nelson

 

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Team Captain: Bernie O'Donoghue

 

Note: Handicaps 34, 35 & 36 can play, but off a maximum handicap of 33.

Example: Player A’s handicap is 36. Her opponent has a handicap of 31. The maximum handicap allowed in the Challenge Cup is 33. Player A’s handicap is reduced to 33. Player A receives two shots.

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Team Captain: Maria Kerr

 

Note: Max number of shots in a match is 3

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Team Captain: Sheila O'Malley

 

National Semi Finals and Final: Tullamore Saturday 6th & Sunday 7th October 2018
East Final: Millicient Tuesday 11th September 2018

 

  • A player must have competed in 3 qualifying competitions “home” or “away” (9 or 18 holes) in the previous 12 months from match date.
  •  Combined handicap: each pair must be not less than 19 and not exceed 46
  • A team shall consist of 10 players
  • Each club is limited to the entry of one team.
  • In each Fourball match, the lowest handicap player will play off scratch and will concede strokes to the other three players based on 90% of the difference between the full handicaps. (CONGU handicap allowances)

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Team Captain: Trish Shannon


Fourball matchplay run by Edenderry Golf Club for the over 50's. Established in 1994 and won by Wicklow in 1995 and 2017. Teams consist of five pairs of ladies who compete under fourball match play rules.

The semi-final and final days are hosted by Edenderry Golf Club.

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Team Captain: Mary Cahill & ?

Leinster Final & Semi Final: Sunday 5th August 2018 in Knightsbrook
National Final: Friday 8th - Saturday 6th October 2018 in Milltown

Note:
For the purposes of eligibility and competing, the handicap for both Men and Ladies shall be the lowest playing handicap held during the previous calendar year. If the combined handicaps of any pair exceed 27, the pair must play off 27. (Revised 2014)


A player shall have, in the calendar year prior to the event, returned a minimum of four returns in qualifying competitions (supplementary scores are not included) all of which must be recorded on the handicap records of the player’s home club on or before 31st December in the calendar year prior to the event.

If a player changes club during the previous calendar year, it is his/her responsibility to produce evidence of having competed in a minimum of four Qualifying Competitions.

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Team Captains: Amanda Reynolds & ?

Mixed Foursomes matchplay run by Baltinglass Golf Club. The trophy was inaugrated in 1968 and named after the sponser and then Club Secretary, J D Cullen.
It was the first interclub mixed foursomes competition in the South Leinster area.

Rules:
5 Mixed foursomes pairs play match play
The matches take place in the one venue - either home or away
The semi final is played over two legs, home and away
The final takes place in Baltinglass Golf Club on the last Sunday in August
The handicap limit is 18 for men and 28 for women

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Presented to the LGU in 1967 by the Australian Ladies’ Golf Union to support players representing
Ireland at International Competitions. Clubs are invited to hold an 18-hole Stableford Greensomes
qualifying competition for the Spoons.

 

Prizes
The Spoons will be held for one year by the club from which the winning nett pair enters.
National: Nett Winners: Australian Spoons, Memento Spoons & Voucher; Gross Winners: Memento
Spoons and Voucher; Nett Runners-Up, 3rd & 4th: Voucher.
District Qualifying venues: Winners, Runners-Up, Gross, 3rd & 4th Voucher.


National Final: Newlands Monday 13th August 2018

Established in 1933, The Granard Cup is one of the longest running ladies golf competitions in Ireland. The format of the competition is Foursomes Stableford.

The Granard Cup 2017 will be taking place in Malahide Golf Club, Co. Dublin on Monday, 21st August. Tee reserved from 08.00am to 16.00pm.  The NCBI will allocate a tee time for your club on the time sheet for the Final and notify you of same in late July.  For further details contact Roisin Walsh on 01 882 1984 or by email roisin.walsh@ncbi.ie.

 All funds from this golf fundraising event will go directly towards NCBI’s Early Learning Centre, which provides specialised education service for children from birth to six years, experiencing sight loss.  For only €5.00 per player, with a minimum of €100 per club, you could take part in this fundraising event. 


Established in 1953, the Coronation Foursomes is the leading event for women’s club golfers in Great Britain & Ireland and is open to all members of affiliated golf clubs who hold a CONGU handicap. Teams compete in both local and regional qualifying until sixteen pairs emerge to play in the Grand Final.

Area Final: To be confirmed

 

Grand Final:  To be confirmed . The 2017 Grand Final was played on the Eden Course, St Andrews.

The finalists will enjoy 2 nights at the prestigious five-star Old Course Hotel Golf Resort & Spa and the chance to participate in the Pro-Am of the 2018 Ricoh Women’s British Open Championship at Royal Lytham & St Annes Golf Club.


The Valerie Doyle Trophy takes place in Carlow Golf club  on Wednesday 2nd August in Carlow. Wicklow have won this trophy in 1994, 1999, 2003, 2015 and 2016.

 

The club runs a qualifier where the best score per category qualifies to represent the club. The individual nett stableford scores are combined to form the team score.


Categories:
0-18 
19-28 
29-36 


The winners of the club competition Sponsored by the Club Professional each receive a PGA Tankard.The winners progress to the Carlow qualifier along with the club where they compete as a team trying to qualify for the PGA Tankard final that takes place in Druids Glen.