Junior Fixtures 2013

Presidents Prize Kevin Doyle Sunday 21st July 2:00 – 4:30
ILGU/GUI Captains Prize Breda McGarry/Paddy Carroll Sunday 11th August 2:00 – 4:30
Junior Captains Prize Greg Geoghegan Sunday 1st September 2:00 – 4:30

 

Monday 25th March 9;30 – 12:30 Presentation of Days Prizes
Monday 10th June 9:27 – 12:00
Monday 17th June 11:00 – 13:57
Monday 24th June 9:27 – 12:27 Presentation of June Prizes
Sunday 30th June 16:00 – 18:00 Junior Fun Day 9 Hole Scramble GUI/ILGU
Monday 1st July 10:15 – 13:12
Monday 8th July 9:27 – 12:27 Boys Monthly Medal
Monday 15th July 14:05 – 16:00
Monday 22nd July 15:09 – 16:30
Monday 29th July 9:30 – 13:20 – Junior Boys & Girls OPEN 

(Max h/cap Boys = 18, Girls = 36

Tuesday 6th August 9:27 – 12:27 – Boys Monthly Medal
Monday 12th August 10:03 – 13:12
Monday 19th August 9:27 – 12:27
Monday 26th August 9:27 – 12:27
Tuesday 5th November 9:30 – 12:30 

Presentation Golfer of the Year & Match play winners

NOTE: PRIZES FOR THE MONTHS OF JULY/AUGUST WILL BE PRESENTED AFTER COMPETITION EACH DAY.

TO PLAY IN THE ABOVE 18 HOLE COMPETITIONS YOU MUST PRESENT AT THE CLUBHOUSE AT LEAST ONE HOUR AFTER THE FIRST TEE TIME  (i.e. IF THE FIRST TEE TIME IS 9.30, YOU MUST ARRIVE BEFORE 10.30).

MONTHLY JUNIOR COMPETITIONS:

April 9 Holes, May 18 Holes, June 18 Holes, July 18 Holes, August 18 Holes, September 9 Holes.

Play as often as you like. YOU MUST BOOK WITH PRO. ENTER YOU NAME IN JUNIOR BOOK.

Junior Captain: Greg Geoghegan.  Junior Vice Captain: Kate Whyte.

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