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Results Scotts Bakery Stableford Competition

Gents’ Results

  1. David Sharkey – 41 points
  2. Stan Montgomery – 40 points
  3. Eugene Rooney – 39 points
  4. Harry Carson – Gross (71)
  5. Eamon Rasdale – Front 9, 23 points
  6. Norman Lyons – Back 9, 20 points (on countback)
  7. David Willis – nearest the pin

Ladies’ Results

  1. Henrietta Willis – 37 points
  2. Mary Fee – 25 points
  3. Mary Fee – nearest the pin


Clogher Valley Credit Union Competition Results

Gents’ Results

1st – Harry Carson, 64 nett
2nd – Patrick Maguire, 65 nett
3rd – Charlie Keys, 66 nett
Stuart Burke, 78 Gross
Front 9 – Patsy Goodwin, 28 nett
Back 9 – Malachy Monaghan, 30 nett
Nearest the Pin – Stewart Hamilton

Ladies’ Results

1st – Linda Armstrong, 68 nett
2nd – Gillian Chartres, 77 nett
Nearest the Pin – Valerie Adams

Results Cancer Research Competition

Gents Results

1. Kenny Robinson – 42 points
2. James Colhoun – 41 points
3. Kevin McGarry – 40 points
4. Harry Carson – Gross
5. Raymond Farrell – front 9, 22 points
6. Brendan mc Cusker – back 9, 21 points
7. Seamus McGirr – Seniors 9 hole, 21 points [Collen Megaw Memorial]
8. Everett Bennett – Hole in One

Ladies Results

1. Linda Armstrong – 36 points
2. Gillian Chartres – 30 points
3. Carmel Rooney – Gross
4. Gillian Chartres – Nearest the Pin

Results Cooneen Group Competition


1. Paul Colgan 62 nett
2. Eugene Rooney 64 nett
3. Raymond Farrell 65 nett
4. Stuart Burke 81 Gross BB9
5. Derek Wright front 9
6. Stephen mc Celland back 9
7. Patsy Goodwin nearest the pin


1. Norman Kerr
2. Kevin mc Garry
3. Eugene Rooney


1. Carmel Rooney 74 nett
2. Linda Armstrong 74 nett
3. Linda Armstrong nearest the pin

Captains’ Drive-in at Clogher Valley Golf Club.

We were delighted to have 30 golfers tee off with a shotgun start. Cold wind & snow flurries didn’t hamper the scores with a tie for first place. Count back saw the winning team of Linda Armstrong, Maurice Coalter, Tony Fee & Mervyn Spratt named ahead of second place Andy Armstrong, Ian Farrell, Mervyn Farrell & Andy Little.

Everyone enjoyed a delicious warming meal in the Clubhouse afterwards. A great start to the golfing year for Captain Seamus & Lady Captain Gillian!

**REVISED** Itinerary for ‘Get Into Golf’ Sessions commencing 7 March 2018

Calling all Ladies – our ‘Get Into Golf’ sessions start this week with a ‘Registration & Get to know You’ evening at Clogher Valley Golf Club on Wednesday evening at 7.00pm.

Weather conditions have been particularly unfavourable of late but we’re pushing ahead with a scheduled itinerary for the next few weeks as follows:-

Week 1 – Wednesday, 7th March 2018 @ 7.00pm
Venue: Clogher Valley Golf Club
Registration & Get to Know You
Refreshments will be served

Week 2 – Wednesday, 14th March 2018 @ 7.00pm
Venue: Aughnacloy Golf Club, Driving Range
Chipping & Pitching
For new and improvers with Golf Pro, Ashley Clements

Week 3 – Wednesday, 21st March @ 7.00pm
Venue: Aughnacloy Golf Club, Driving Range
Full Swing
For new and improvers with Golf Pro, Ashley Clements

Additional – Saturday 24th March @ 10.00am*
Out on the Course opportunity for new ladies, accompanied by CV Ladies
* Date will be dependent on weather conditions

Week 4 – Wednesday, 28th March @ 7.00pm
Venue: Fintona Golf Club
An introduction to putting for new ladies or
Improve your skills for CVGC lady members
With Golf Pro, Ashley Clements

Week 5 – Wednesday, 4th April @ 7.00pm
Venue: Clogher Valley Golf Club
Out on the Course
Refreshments will be served afterwards
New ladies will play 9 holes on the CVGC course
Accompanied by CV Ladies
Golf Pro, Ashley Clements

We look forward to welcoming you to our 5 weeks of Sessions – Golf really is a great way to meet new people, enjoy a sport for all ages and abilities in the great outdoors … and above all, really good fun!   

This program has received funding under Mid Ulster District Council’s Sports Development Grant

Ladies ‘Get Into Golf’ Taster Sessions in 2018

Golf is an almost unique sport, combining periods of intense concentration and skill with much longer periods of walking around beautiful landscapes enjoying the fresh air.

There’s no better sport for bringing people together and, with its winning combination of exercise, personal challenges, competition and social interaction, golf is the perfect tonic for good health and happiness.

Clogher Valley Golf Club will be announcing details of our 2018 Ladies ‘Get Into Golf’ Taster sessions in the next few days … watch this space!!

Why get into golf? Because it’s exercising while socialising. Catch up with friends, make new friends and have a bit of friendly competition.
Who is it for? It’s a game for all ages and abilities. Plus its unique handicapping system allows people of different abilities to play and compete together.
Is there a cheap option? Taster sessions and beginner courses are not as expensive as you might think, and there are many available across the country.
Do I need my own equipment? The majority of beginner courses will provide equipment, and clubs are available to rent at most golf courses.
Can I take it to another level? You can play competitive golf at club, county and national level and turn professional.
Is there a disability option? PGA pros are trained with the skills to coach a range of disabilities.
Is there a family option? Golf is a sport for the whole family as you can learn to play and compete together.


This program has received funding under Mid Ulster District Council’s Sports Development Grant
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