MEN'S TEAM CAPTAINS

2024

 

Barton Shield – Joe Timlin

 

Ulster Cup – Shane Barret

 

Jimmy Bruen Shield – Barry Devlin

 

Senior Cup – Colin Wallace

 

Senior Cowdy Cup – Donal O’Neill

 

Junior Cowdy Cup –  Patrick Fitzgerald

 

Rossmore Cup – Joe Cavlan

 

Cowdy Seniors  – Gerry Boyle

 

MEN'S FIXTURES
LADIES' COMMITTEE

 

Captain: KAREN BAIN

 

Vice Captain: VICKI McCAUSLAND

 

Immediate Past Captain: MARY BOYLE

 

Honorary Secretary: PATRICIA HUGHES

 

Honorary Handicap Secretary: LORNA STEWART 

 

Honorary Competition Secretary: ALEXIS DAVIDSON

 

Press Officer: GRAINNE SMITH

 

Committee

 

SHELLEY AIKEN

UNA McALINDEN

 

 

LADIES' TEAM CAPTAINS

TEAM CAPTAINS 2024

 

Intermediate Cup – Grainne Smith

 

Minor Cup – Deirdre O’Rourke

 

Challenge Cup – Joan Reid

 

Cowdy Cup – Anne Burns

 

Revive Active Cup – Alexis Davidson

 

Tyrone & Fermanagh 4BBB – Jayne Henry

 

Tyrone & Fermanagh Seniors – Marion McKeown

 

Ulster Women’s Trophy – Dympna Fitzpatrick

OUR CHAMPIONS

Darren ClarkeDARREN CLARKE

Darren is one of the most recognisable faces in sport and is loved throughout the golfing world for his achievements and dedication. He has won 22 tournaments worldwide on a number of golf’s main tours including the European Tour, the PGA Tour, the Sunshine Tour and the Japan Golf Tour. His biggest victory came when he won the 2011 Open Championship at Royal St George’s in England, his first major win after more than 20 years and 54 attempts.

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CAROLE McGAHAN (NEE WALLACE)

First person ever to win The Ulster, Irish and British Girls Championship in the same year – 1968. Daughter of Pat Wallace, Dungannon’s first Professional. Her Uncle, Bob Wallace had none other than Christy O’Connor Snr as his Assistant at Galway and her other Uncle, Leo, was Irish Professional Campion in 1928.

©Press Eye Ltd Northern Ireland - 2nd August 2012 - Mandatory Credit - Picture by Matt Mackey/presseye.com Peter Sinclair Chairman of the Ulster branch and Timothy Jordan (Dungannon) winner of the Ulster Boys Amateur Open Championship at Balmoral Golf Club, Belfast.TIMMY JORDAN

Winner of the Ulster Boys Amateur Open Championship at Balmoral Golf Club, Belfast IN 2012.

 World Record Holders

DAVID WHITE and PATRICK McNAMEE have  etched their names in The Guinness Book of World Records competing a marathon session of golf, playing ten rounds – 180 holes in all – round the hilly Dungannon course  for the most played in a 24 hour spell.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Dungannon Lady, Betty Gardiner won the Ulster Ladies Golf Championship and the Ulster Ladies tennis Championship in the same month in the thirties.
CLUB RULES AND BYE LAWS
SOCIAL MEDIA POLICY

Dungannon Golf Club is committed to enhancing our communication with members and potential members through social media such as Twitter and Facebook.
This communication strategy has been developed with the view to increasing awareness of the Club’s brand, services, and facilities and to facilitate positive communication between ourselves and our members, potential members and the wider golfing community.
We encourage members to follow our social media sites and share Club related content within their personal social networks. Any official Club related content and posts must be administered only by the designated administrators of the Club or approved for submission by them or the designated contributors.

Members sometimes use social networking sites, emails or other forms of social media to air their grievances. This is not appropriate, as any such matters should be referred in the first instance to the Honorary Secretary.


Members are welcome to comment or express their personal thoughts on updates or posts on all social media sites but are asked to adhere to the following conditions of use:
When associating yourself with Dungannon Golf Club’s Social Media sites, you may not:

  1. a) post photos that may compromise the professionalism and reputation of the Club;
    b) use hostile or defamatory language;
    c) disclose private or confidential information about the Club, it’s members, guests, suppliers or employees;
    d) post negative comments on other golf clubs or associations.

When associating yourself with Dungannon Golf Club’s social media sites, you are expected to contact the Club immediately if there is any information that may be perceived as defamatory or contentious to Dungannon Golf Club. If in doubt, please contact an Administrator for advice.

The Club maintains the right to monitor club related member activity in social networks and reserves the right to remove any information not complying with the above conditions of use.
All Council members have a duty to implement this policy and take action if they become aware of any breach of this policy and should explain the club’s policy on the use of social media and take steps to promote awareness of this policy.
If you are a member who believes that you are being harassed, bullied or victimised as a result of another member’s post to a Dungannon Golf Club social media site you should contact the Honorary Secretary for support and guidance on the informal and formal action which can be taken.
Please show respect to the online community and members as you would if you were in the same room, conducting yourself in a professional manner and respecting the views and opinions of others. Any member found to be in breach of the above may be subject to disciplinary action.

November 2015