Our Ladies and Mens Match and Handicap teams manage and control our golfing events calendar both within the club and as part of the Golfing Union of Ireland.

Mens Timesheet draw nights:

  • Thursday 02/05/2024
  • Thursday 30/05/2024
  • Thursday 27/06/2024
  • Thursday 25/07/2024
  • Thursday 22/08/2024
  • Thursday 19/09/2024
  • Thursday 17/10/2024

Interclub competitions

The sheets for the Club Match play competitions are on the notice board in the Locker Room. To enter please use an envelope provided, write your name(s), competition name and the entry fee amount on it and deposit it in the wooden box beside the computer terminal. The draws will take place on Friday 26th April 2024.

The sheets for the Ulster Inter-Club competitions are on the notice board in the Locker Room. We encourage you to please put your name forward for the competitions which your age and handicap fit your eligibility. The attached sheet will aid you to determine your eligibility.

Mens Competitions 2024

2024 Mens Fixture List

Inter Club Competitions 2024

Inter Club Competitions 2024



Tales from the Locker Room


An Open Champion

In 1950, the Irish PGA invited the Club to host a qualifying round of the Daily Mail Tournament, a national UK competition for golfing professionals. In front of a large crowd of spectators, the 1947 Open Champion, Fred Daly, won the event, going on to compete in Walton Heath for a prize pot of 500 guineas.

Men's Course Records

The current Men’s course record was set by Daniel Beattie during the Rob Roy Cup in August 2006. His gross score of 63 included six birdies and an eagle. Dan has gone on to become a PGA-accredited teaching professional, based in Sheshan International Golf Club in Shanghai, China.

Wildlife on the Course

We are blessed with a diversity of habitats around our course, from dense hawthorn hedgerow, thick grassy verges, mature stands of native trees on the course, alongside the surrounding landscapes.

The piercing calls of resident buzzards are regularly to be heard in the skies above you; rabbits will scuttle away at your approach around the fifth hole, with an occasional hare around; badgers are regular visitors, sometimes leaving their mark on the fairways; you’ll hear Great Tits and summer warblers among the calls of wrens and collared doves.