Hot off the press – click below to read the latest edition of the Club’s Newsletter (May 2018)

Have you got your tickets for the event of the year?  Dungannon Golf Club, in association with Storey Womenswear and Menswear and Dungannon Golf Club Restaurant, is proud to present “Strictly Showtime” at the Bardic Theatre on Friday 8th and Saturday 9th June 2018.

Click here to see who’s dancing!

READY GOLF

Dungannon Golf Club has adopted “Ready Golf” for all golf except official matchplay competitions. “Ready Golf” is a commonly used term which indicates that players should play when they are ready to do so, rather than adhering strictly to the “farthest from the hole plays first” stipulation in the Rules of Golf. Some examples of “ready golf” in action are:
· Hitting a shot when safe to do so if a player farther away faces a challenging shot and is taking time to
assess their options.
· Shorter hitters playing first from the tee or fairway if longer hitters have to wait.
· Hitting a tee shot if the person with the honour is delayed in being ready to play.
· Hitting a shot before helping someone to look for a lost ball.
· Putting out even if it means standing close to someone else’s line.
· Hitting a shot if a person who has just played from a greenside bunker is still farthest from the hole but is delayed due to raking the bunker.

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Congratulations to Dungannon's Nathan McGrath who won today's Under 15 Ulster Series of the Irish Junior Open at Holywood Golf Club.
Nathan finished +2 whilst Jude Kane was third on +9 and Brendan Sheeran was close behind in fourth place with +10.
Well done boys - we're proud of all of you.
The future of golf is bright in Dungannon.
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Congratulations to Dungannons Nathan McGrath who won todays Under 15 Ulster Series of the Irish Junior Open at Holywood Golf Club.
Nathan finished +2 whilst Jude Kane was third on +9 and Brendan Sheeran was close behind in fourth place with +10.
Well done boys - were proud of all of you.
The future of golf is bright in Dungannon.

 

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Congratulations and well done boys!

Well done Brendan and the lads. 🏌🏼🏌🏼

Well done Brendan and Nathan 🎉

Congratulations boys

Thanks to Tennents NI for sponsoring this weekend’s competition- the Courier Cup.
www.candcgroupplc.com/brands/distribution/tennents-ni
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Thanks to Tennents NI for sponsoring this weekend’s competition- the Courier Cup.
http://www.candcgroupplc.com/brands/distribution/tennents-ni
#SupportOurSponsors

Have you booked your tee time for our four-person team competition? First prize is a night's bed and breakfast in Rosapenna with two rounds of golf (Old Course & Sandyhills) for four people. There are lots of other great prizes.
Teams can be men, ladies or any combination.
Book online or phone 028 8772 2098.
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Have you booked your tee time for our four-person team competition? First prize is a nights bed and breakfast in Rosapenna with two rounds of golf (Old Course & Sandyhills) for four people.  There are lots of other great prizes.
Teams can be men, ladies or any combination.
Book online or phone 028 8772 2098.

 

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Congratulations to last weeks 9 hole competition winners: 1st Eamonn Early 19pts, Shane Sally 17pts BL6. Due to the holidays, there will be a break in the 9 hole competitions. They will begin again on Monday 30th July. ... See MoreSee Less

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Congratulations to Dungannon's Jack Madden and Conor McCaughey who finished in the top 64 (of the field of 358) after two days' stroke play in the North of Ireland Amateur Open Championship and have qualified for the match play stage of the Championship.
Jack finished in 21st place and Conor was 51st.
Joe Timlin, Gareth Davidson, Colin Wallace & Jack McElroy also played in the strokeplay on the Dunluce and Valley courses at Royal Portrush GC.

Jack is first on the tee tomorrow at 7.00 am when he faces Michael Ryan Jnr from New Ross and Conor tees off at 11.12 am against Ardglass's Adam Mulhall. Play well lads!
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Congratulations to Dungannons Jack Madden  and Conor McCaughey who finished in the top 64 (of the field of 358) after two days stroke play in the North of Ireland Amateur Open Championship and have qualified for the match play stage of the Championship.
Jack finished in 21st place and Conor was 51st.
Joe Timlin, Gareth Davidson, Colin Wallace & Jack McElroy also played in the strokeplay on the Dunluce and Valley courses at Royal Portrush GC.Jack is first on the tee tomorrow at 7.00 am when he faces Michael Ryan Jnr from New Ross and Conor tees off at 11.12 am against Ardglasss Adam Mulhall.  Play well lads!Image attachment

 

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Well done Conor

Well done Connor and best of luck for the next game !

Conor McCaughey did you shoot the lights out?? Well done!!

Congrats Conor McCaughey brilliant stuff

Good stuff Conor McCaughey and good luck 👍

Super stuff Conor McCaughey

Good luck Conor McCaughey

Good luck tomorrow Conor McCaughey 👍

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CONTACT INFO

Tel No 028 8772 2098

34 Springfield Lane, Dungannon,

Co Tyrone, BT70 1QX

Email info@dungannongolfclub.com