S.M.S. Super League: After two rounds of the Seamus Mc Sorley S.M.S. Super League, there are some clear leaders in some of the groups. While weather conditions are poor and challenging, some teams are returning great scores.
After two rounds the leaders are:
Ronan Forkin and Benny McDonagh / Brendan and Niall Murphy / James McGuire and Bertie Marren - all on 2 points
Leading this group is John and Colin Brennan - 4 points
Tony Burke and Maynard O'Boyle / Barry Price and Tommy Gaughan - all on 2 points
Damien Moran and Padraigh Moran - 4 points
Christy Wimsey and Pearse Henry / John T. and Enda Marren / Michael Healy and James McSorley - all on 2 points
James Marren and Fergus Marren - 4 points
Mark Burke and Darragh Severs - 3 points
Frank Durkin and Martin McIntyre - 2 points
Barry Kilcoyne and Paul Severs - 4 points
The recent 50/50 was held on Friday 5th Feb in Kilnaskully bar. Winner of €20 in-house draw was Joey Wimsey.
The pot of €277 was won by Monica Tahaney, Tubbercurry. The next draw will be held in the May Queen on Friday 19th Feb.
Envelopes are €2 each or 3 for €5 & are available in most businesses in town or in the clubhouse. The proceeds from the 50/50 are used to refurbish the clubhouse and course development.
This year the club is 25 years in existence and celebrations will take place to mark the event as part of that redecorating was needed in the clubhouse.
Membership starts on 1st January and ends on 31st Dec. It is important for club finances that members pay their membership as soon as possible. The memberhip committee is composed of Bridgie Clarke, Mary Kilcoyne, Padraig McDonagh, Gerard Henry, Paul F O'Donnell, Tommy Clarke, John T. Marren.
Members are asked to give their membership to any member of the committee.
Welcome to Tubbercurry Golf Club...
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Dress Code: Casual
Catering: Catering facilities Available, Contact Club
Days to Avoid: Course available every day
Green Fees and Societies Welcome: Cost €15
Pre-booking for open Tournaments / Societies: Call on the day
Situated less than 1KM from the town centre of Tubbercurry, A Picturesque and Excellent 9 Hole par 70 Parkland Course nestled at the foot of the OX Mountains where a friendly reception awaits you in a superbly appointed Clubhouse.
Course opening hours: Daylight hours
Tubbercurry, although a relatively new course, founded in 1991, is a challenging nine-hole. Its feature hole is the 6th, a 158-meter, par 3, index 12 played from an elevated tee-box, to a difficult green below. It has spectacular views of the Ox, mountains and surrounding countryside.Tubbercurry has constructed a new clubhouse that caters for the golfers every need. It is renowned its warm friendliness, which extends to visitors.