Club News & Results

Fee Meats Competition

The first ‘Golfer of the Year’ qualifying competition of 2017 is our Fee Meats Club Stroke.

We look forward to a good number of entries and some good scores – the conditions couldn’t be more favourable and the the course is in great shape!

Our thanks to Fee Meats (Tony & Mary Fee) for their sponsorship again this year and for their ongoing support for the Club.

Superb Start to the Year with Captains’ Drive-In

There was a superb turn out for our Captains’ Drive in on Sunday, 2nd April with 49 members taking part in the Competition.

A ‘Shot Gun’ start saw groups get underway at all 9 holes. The format was very successful with so many players on the course at one time. The conditions were perfect as was the course itself … a huge ‘well done’ to Raymond and everyone who helped in the run up to the day!

Prize Winners were:-

1st Gent – Paul Colgan
2nd Gent – Norman Kerr
3rd Gent – Eugene Rooney
Gents Nearest the Pin – Derek Wright

1st Lady – Linda Armstrong
2nd Lady – Henrietta Willis
Ladies Nearest the Pin – Lady Captain Hazel McDonald

The day was rounded off with a delicious sit-down meal in the Club House with prizes awarded.

We take this opportunity to wish Captain Andy and Lady Captain Hazel a very successful and enjoyable year!

President Everett Bennett, Captain Andy Armstrong, Vice-Captain Seamus McGirr

Website Woes!

Sorry to say that we’ve had some pretty serious website problems this week and unfortunately some of our content from 2016 was lost. We may be able to recover some of this in the next while but apologies to the various competition winners for the latter half of the 2016 season.

Things can only get better!!

Captain’s Day Prize Draw

The winners of our Captain’s Day Prize Draw are as follows:-

£300 Winner – Tom Lendrum

£100 – Clara Leonard

£50 – Everett Bennett

£50 – Oliva Busby

Congratulations to all the winners and our thanks to everyone who sold or bought tickets – your support is very much appreciated.

Captain’s Day Prize Giving

A great day of golf was rounded off with a superb Captain’s Day Meal and Prize Giving at Clogher Valley Golf Club.

Club Members and special guests filled the function room to overflowing and enjoyed a delicious meal followed by speeches and prize giving.

Winner Captain’s Prize – Ryan McCaughey (net 60)

2nd – Paul Colgan (net 61, on countback)

3rd – Club President, Malachy Graham (net 61)

Gross: Roger Howe (78)

Front 9: Charles Keys

Back 9: Michael McCaughey

Longest Drive: Stan Montgomery

Nearest the Pin: Eamon Martin (visitor)

Past Captains’ Winner: Norman Lyons (net 69)

Senior – Victor Collum

Visitors’ Winner: Peter Croft (34pts)

Visitors’ Runner-Up: Noel Quinn, Capt Fintona G.C. (33pts)

Ladies 1st – Henrietta Willis (net 68)

Ladies 2nd – Linda Armstrong (net 70)

Ladies Nearest the Pin – Gillian Chartres


Captain’s Day 2016 Gets Underway

The rain clouds cleared as Captain Leonard welcomed guests to his Captain’s Day at Clogher Valley Golf Club.

The newly refurbished Rusk’s Bar & Restaurant was the perfect venue for pre-golf refreshments and buffet before the tee-offs got underway.



Joe wins Cancer Research Competition

A delighted Joe Davis picks up the Derek Kingston Memorial Cup at this years C.V.G.C. Cancer Research Competition.

1a-cancer-research-2016Prize winners as follows:-

Winner:  Joe Davis

Gross Prize: Club President, Malachy Graham

Front 9: Mervyn McElwaine

Back 9: Kevin King

Longest Drive: Eamon Rasdale

Senior Winner: Victor Collum

Ladies Winner: Henrietta Willis

Ladies 2nd: Lady Captain, Mary Fee

Ladies ‘Nearest the Pin’: Gillian Chartres

Our thanks to the local branch of Cancer Research for the hard work they put into this annual Competition and to all of the local firms/individuals who sponsored holes. There was a beautiful array of prizes for all of the competition winners, complimented by some great prizes for the raffle held during the evening’s proceedings when the musical entertainment was provided by Sharon Callaghan.

A special word of thanks to Club Members Collen Megaw and Victor Collum for their help and support.

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