Balbriggan golf club Dublin

Balbriggan golf course Dublin

Balbriggan Golf Course

Balbriggan Club Crest

Founded in 1945 and officially opened on the 6th August 1945, the day the USA dropped the Atom bomb on Hiroshima. It was not until April 1991 that this fine course extended to 18-holes.

Designed by Stillwell and redesigned by Pat Ruddy, Balbriggan is now a 5,922 metre Par-71 with a standard scratch of 71 off the white tees. Set in rolling parklands with views of the Mourne and Cooley Mountains, the course presents a challenge to all who play it. 

Balbriggan has a very comfortable clubhouse offering the golfers excellent restaurant and bar facilities. The visitor is extended the warmest of welcomes and is assured of a memorable days golf at this North County Dublin Club. 

Societies are welcome and group rates are available.

Balbriggan was voted the No. 99-ranked golf course in Ireland, by "Golf Digest Ireland" in 2017 (Down-3);

Balbriggan was voted the No. 96-ranked golf course in Ireland, by "Golf Digest Ireland" in 2016 (Down-3);

Balbriggan was voted the No. 93-ranked golf course in Ireland, by "Golf Digest Ireland" in 2015 (Down-3);

Balbriggan was voted the No. 90-ranked golf course in Ireland, by "Golf Digest Ireland" in 2014 (Down-1);

Balbriggan was voted the No. 89-ranked golf course in Ireland, by "Golf Digest Ireland" in 2013 (Up-3);

Balbriggan was voted the No. 92-ranked golf course in Ireland, by "Golf Digest Ireland" in 2012;

Balbriggan was voted the No. 77-ranked golf course in Ireland, by "Golf Digest Ireland" in 2010;

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Green Fees Midweek: €20
Green Fees Weekends & B.H.: €35
Green Fees with a Member: €15
Green Fees for Opens: €20
Practice Area: Yes
Club Hire: No
Buggy Hire:€35 Yes
Soft Spikes: Yes
Course Type Parkland
No Holes 18
Members 716
Designer Eddie Connaughton & Pat Ruddy
Founded 1945
Address

Blackhall,
Balbriggan,
Co. Dublin

Telephone 01-8412229
Email balbriggangolfclub@eircom.net
Website Balbriggan golf club website
Administrator: Elaine Spillane 
Captain: Peter Slevin
Lady Captain: Bernie Hunt
President: Muriel Ennis
Vice-Captains': Tony Hamilton & Beatrice Magee
Hon. Secretary:

Sean McCormack, Padraig Masterson & Theresa Gannon

Club Pro: Nigel Howley Ext 1
Hon. Treasurer: Ian Fraher
Comp. Secretary: Peter Sullivan & Orla Sullivan
Balbriggan Golf Course Layout Course Layout

Location Map

GPS Coord*
Lat:53.593479
Long:-6.181110
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General Facts & Information

Course opening hours: Daylight hours Clubhouse opening hours: 7.30am to 11.30pm
Mobile phones: Not on course Dress Code: Neat and casual, no denim
Catering: Full catering, facilities Days to Avoid: Weekends & Tuesdays
Green Fees and Societies Welcome: Other days Pre-booking for open Tournaments:14 Days in advance

Balbriggan Golf Club Fixtures 2017 provisional*

Open & Major Fixtures 2017 (Confirmed)        
Event Start Finish Type Duration
Captains' Drive-In Saturday 11 March   Closed 1
Lady Captain's Prize 1st Day Tuesday 6 June   Closed 1
Lady Captain's Prize 2nd Day Saturday 10 June   Closed 1
President's Prize Sunday 18 June   Closed 1
Captain's Prize (Q) Saturday 17 June Sunday 18 June Closed 2
Captain's Prize (Q) Sunday 18 June   Closed 1
Captain's Prize Saturday 1 July   Closed 1
Captain's Prize to the Juveniles Monday 11 July   Closed 1
Captain's Prize to Ladies Sunday 16 July   Closed 1
Professional's Prize to the Ladies Tuesday 18 July   Closed 1
Lady Captain's Prize to Men Saturday 5 August   Closed 1
Lady Captain's Prize to the Juveniles Monday 7 August   Closed 1
Lady Vice-Captain's Prize Tuesday 8 August   Closed 1
Vice-Captain's Prize Sunday 13 August   Closed 1
Professional's Prize to the Juveniles Monday 14 August   Closed 1
Juvenile Captain’s Prize to the Juveniles Monday 14 August   Closed 1
President's Prize to Ladies Saturday 2 September   Closed 1
Professional's Prize to the Men Sunday 3 September   Closed 1
Seniors Winter Series Monday 13 February      
Seniors Winter Series Monday 20 February      
Seniors Winter Series Monday 27 February      
Seniors Winter Series Monday 6 March
     
Seniors Winter Series Monday 13 March      
L. & G. Singles Stableford Friday 17 March   Open 1
Seniors Winter Series Monday 20 March      
Seniors Winter Series Monday 27 March      
Singles Stableford Thursday 30 March
  Open 1
Seniors Monday 3 April      
Singles Stableford Thursday 6 April   Open 1
Seniors Monday 10 April      
Singles Stableford Thursday 13 April   Open 1
Easter Open Monday 17 April      
Singles Stableford Thursday 20 April   Open 1
Seniors Monday 24 April      
Singles Stableford Thursday 27 April
  Open 1
2-Person Team Event Monday 1 May   Open 1
Singles Stableford Thursday 4 May   Open 1
Seniors Monday 8 May      
Singles Stableford Thursday 11 May   Open 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford Sunday 14 May   Open 1
L. & G. Senior Singles Stableford Wednesday 17 May   Open 1
Singles Stableford Thursday 18 May   Open 1
Seniors Monday 22 May      
Single Stableford Thursday 25 May   Open 1
Inter.Scratch Cup Sunday 28 May      
Minor Scratch Cup Sunday 28 May      
Seniors Monday 29 May      
Singles Stableford Thursday 1 June   Open 1
Start of Festtival Weekend Friday 2 June Monday 5 June    
Seniors Singles Stableford am
Friday 2 June   Open 1
Mixed 4-Person Scramble 1pm to 5pm
Friday 2 June
  Open 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford
Saturday 3 June
  Open 1
L. & G. Fourball Betterball Sunday 4 June
  Open 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford am
Monday 5 June
  Open 1
Mixed Foursomes Strokes 1pm to 5pm
Monday 5 June   Open 1
Singles Stableford Thursday 8 June   Open 1
Seniors Monday 12 June      
Ladies Open Tuesday 13 June      
Singles Stableford Thursday 15 June   Open 1
Seniors
Monday 19 June   Open 1
Singles Stableford Thursday 22 June   Open 1
Seniors Monday 26 June      
Singles Stableford Thursday 29 June   Open 1
Ladies Singles Stableford Sunday 2 July      
Seniors Monday 3 July      
Singles Stableford Thursday 6 July   Open 1
Seniors Monday 10 July      
Singles Stableford Thursday 13 July   Open 1
Inter.Scratch Cup
Sunday 16 July   Open 1
Seniors Monday 17 July      
Singles Stableford Thursday 20 July   Open 1
U-13 Boys Open 9am to 11am Monday 24 July      
Seniors Monday 24 July      
Scramble
Tuesday 25 July
Open 1
Singles Stableford Thursday 27 July
  Open 1
Seniors
Monday 31 July
  Open 1
Singles Stableford Thursday 3 August   Open 1
Start of Festival Weekend Friday 4 August      
Seniors Singles am Friday 4 August      
Mixed pm Friday 4 August      
Singles Stableford Saturday 5 August      
Fourball Sunday 6 August      
Singles Stableford am
Monday 7 August      
Mixed 1pm to 5pm Monday 7 August      
Singles Stableford Thursday 10 August   Open 1
Seniors Monday 14 August      
Singles Stableford Thursday 17 August   Open 1
Singles Stableford Thursday 24 August   Open 1
Seniors Monday 28 August      
Singles Stableford Thursday 31 August
  Open 1
Seniors Monday 4 September
     
Singles Stableford Thursday 7 September   Open 1
Seniors Monday 11 September      
Singles Stableford Thursday 14 September   Open 1
Seniors Monday 18 September      
Seniors
Monday 25 September   Open 1
Seniors
Monday 2 October
  Open 1
Seniors
Monday 9 October   Open 1
Seniors
Monday 16 October   Open 1
Seniors
Monday 23 October   Open 1
Bank Holiday Singles Stableford Monday 30 October   Open 1
         
         

*Please check information before travelling

Card of the Course

KeyData
White Par 73 SSS 72 5,893 m
Yellow Par 72 SSS 71 5,872 m
Red Par 74 SSS 74 5,093 m
Blue Par 72 SSS 73 6,077 m

Card

Hole No. Blue White Yellow Par Index Red Par Index
1 356 347 336 4 9 308 4 7
2 500
485 470 5 11 412 5 11
3 372 362 352 4 3 324 4 1
4 363 353 343 4 5 312 4 9
5 394 387 377 4 1 284
5 13
6 161 136 123 3 15 110 3 17
7 308 302 298 4 17 269 4 15
8 354 354 349 4 7 349 4 5
9 434 429 413 5 13 373 5 3
Out 3,242 3,155 3,061 37   2,418 38  
10 122 118 113 3 18 108 3 18
11 330 316 308 4 4 272 4 6
12 338 325 315 4 10 260 4 14
13 150 146 146 3 14 127 3 8
14 500
476 442 5 6 364 5 4
15 385 377 364 4 2 352 5 12
16 179 163 149 3 8 133 3 16
17 367 361 350 4 12 339 4 2
18 464 453 439 5 16 397 5 10
In 2,835 2,738 2,626 35   2,352 36  
Total 6,077 5,893 5,687 72   5,095 74  
SSS  73 72 71     73    

Notable rounds

Men's Course Record: 67 Darragh Callaghan (3) (Old Course)

Ladies Course Record

Members Achievements

Balbriggan’s Robbie Cannon had a historic win to become the first member of this North Dublin club to lift a Major Amateur Championship when he won the Irish Amateur Open Championship in a play-off against The Island’s defending champion Gavin Moynihan and Scotland’s Greame Robertson at The Royal Dublin Golf Club on Sunday 12th May 2013.

They finished on a seven-over-par 295 before being decided over a tree-hole aggregate when 34-year old Cannon clinched the Championship.

Balbriggan Golf Club won their first Leinster Final in the Irish Junior Cup in 2007 when they beat Killiney by 3 matches to 2 matches on Sunday 8th July at Tulfarris Golf Club.

It was off to Shandon Park Golf Club to compete in the All-Ireland Semi-Final against Munster Champions Muskerry Golf Club on Wednesday 12th September.

First on the tee was Gerald Gallen who lost out to Eoin O'Callaghan by 4 and 3, he was followed by Ian Reynolds who won his match by 2 and 1. Next on the tee was John Fitzpatrick against Dave Lane who lost out to the Belfast man by 4 and 3. The penultimate match saw Peter Slevin have a convincing 4 and 3 win over Gordian Barry, but it was to late as the as the anchor mach of Liam Rooney against Ger O'Shea was decidedly over with a 6 and 4 win to the Belvoir Park team to win their place in the All-Ireland Final against Munster Champions Muskerry, the eventual winners on the Thursday.

Balbriggan Golf Club were Dublin County winners in the Holmpatrick Cup in 2005.

Balbriggan Golf Club won the Leinster Final of the Jimmy Bruen Shield at Dundalk Golf Club when they beat The Castle by 3.5 matches to 1.5 matches. The squad was Brian Cannon, Martin McInerney, Tom Dwyer, Pat Philips, Peter Sullivan, Damien Leagh, David Brabazon, Mick McNamee, John Behan, Pat Boshell, John O'Shea, Tom Walsh, Kieran, Joey Hughes, Tom Regan, Ray Nugent, Peter Slevin, Martin Reilly, Freddy Healy and Peter Callaghan. They were Captained by Frank Bissette and were drawn against Thurles in the All-Ireland Semi-Final at Newlands Golf Club on the 21st September 2001. They lost to Thurles the All-Ireland Champions who beat Holywood in the final.

Ciaran McAleavey was selected on the Irish Boys' team for the Home Internationals at Moortown, Leeds in August 2001.

Balbriggan member and 1997 Lady Captain Mary O'Meara teamed up with her son Maurice (9) playing his golf out of the Island, in the final regional qualifiers of the Spar-Irish Independent Mixed Pairs Challenge at Westmanstown Golf Club in early August 2001. They were runners-up with a score of 56 points, which say them safely through to the National Finals at Adare Manor Golf & Country Club on the 25th of August.

Now here is one young lady to watch. 15-year old Dearbhla Behan started playing golf in May 2000, she was given the usual handicap of 45 by August 2001 she was down to 21 and dropping. In July she shot an 87 gross off 29, to return 52pts. A record for a juvenile. She returned 43pts. In the Captain's Prize to the Juniors and lost 8-shots in the month of July.

Prior to 2001:

Robert Cannon won the Thorsman Trophy at Laytown & Bettystown Golf Club in 1997.

Balbriggan Golf Club were Semi-Finalists in the Senior Cup in 1992 when the team was Ray Nugent, Joe O'Loughlin, D. Callaghan, S. McKenna, D. Noone and P. Morrissey.

Balbriggan Golf Club won the Squire Ennis Trophy in 1995 when the team was Barry O'Reilly, Brian Boshell, Scott Lewis, Robert Gannon, Patrick McGowan and Gerald Gallen. They also won it in 1979, 1999 and 2000.

They won the Uden Cup in 1995 when the team was N. Dunne, J. Callaghan, M. Lynch, T. Dwyer, B. O'Connor, S. Halligan, D. O'Connor, E. Reilly, D. Kearns, K. Nulty, B. Casey, F. Whelan, G. Whelan, F. Healy, C. Headford, E. Martin, T. Walsh, B. Corcoran, P. Williams, F. Bissette and M. Sheeran.

Balbriggan won the Sony-Evening Herald Medal Championship at the Golf Del Sur, Tenerife in October 1992, when they beat the other three finalists, Coollattin, Royal Dublin and Thurles by 13 points, the team was John McKenna, Declan Dunne, Damien Lenagh and they were captained by Padraig Faughnan.

They won the Uden Cup in 198 0 when the team was D. Kelly, G. Penny, M. Tobin, P. Williams, J. Courtney, L. Dean, C. Mulvey, H. McKenna, S. McNally, F. Dervine, K. Gamble, E. Mulvey, F. McKenna, M, Sheeran, M. McCarthy, A. Fynes and J. White. They also won it in 1982.

Balbriggan were Uden Cup Finalists in 1974 when the team was Ken Gamble, Owen Nolan John Kenna, Eddie Mulvey, Michael Sheeran, Joe McGowan, Leslie Cashell, Kevin Cahill, Conor Mulvey, Michael Smyth and Jimmy Ennis.

The Ladies of Balbriggan Golf Club won the Ulster Bank All-Ireland Ladies Fourball in 1999 when the team was

They won the I.L.G.U. Eastern District in 1994 when the team was Olive Downes, Muriel Ennis, Vanessa Hartford, Anne White, Fiona Flanigan and they were captained by Brid Taylor.

They won it again in 1999 when the team was Francis Monahan, Rita Murphy, Evelyn Flood, Margaret Campbell, Ann Griffin and they were captained by Helen Fullam.

They last won it in 2001 when the team was Joan Tully, Vera Cagney, Anne McEvoy, Mary McGoff, Sandra Cumisky and they were captained by Rita Murphy.

Ian Griffin played Leinster Youths in 1997 winning 4 of his 6 matches and played Leinster Boys in 1996.

Balbriggan won the Leinster Final of the Jimmy Bruen Shield at Dundalk Golf Club when they beat The Castle by 3.5 matches to 1.5 matches. The squad was Brian Cannon, Martin McInerney, Tom Dwyer, Pat Philips, Peter Sullivan, Damien Leagh, David Brabazon, Mick McNamee, John Behan, Pat Boshall, John O'Shea, Tom Walsh, Kieran, Joey Hughes, Tom Regan, Ray Nugent, Peter Slevin, Martin Reilly, Freddy Healy and Peter Callaghan. They were Captained by Frank Bissette and were drawn against Thurles in the All-Ireland Semi-Final at Newlands Golf Club on the 21st September 2001. They lost to Thurles the All-Ireland Champions who beat Holywood in the final.

Balbriggan member and 1997 Lady Captain Mary O'Meara teamed up with her son Maurice (9) playing his golf out of the Island, in the final regional qualifiers of the Spar-Irish Independent Mixed Pairs Challenge at Westmanstown Golf Club in early August 2001. They were runners-up with a score of 56 points, which say them safely through to the National Finals at Adare Manor Golf & Country Club on the 25th of August.

Now here is one young lady to watch. 15-year old Dearbhla Behan started playing golf in May 2000, she was given the usual handicap of 45 by August 2001 she was down to 21 and dropping. In July she shot an 87 gross off 29, to return 52pts. A record for a juvenile. She returned 43pts. In the Captain's Prize to the Juniors and lost 8-shots in the month of July.

Members who played representative golf for Country or Province;

R. Cannon represented Leinster at Senior Interprovincial level from 2001 to 2009 playing 20-times won 11-matches halved two and lost 7-matches accumulating 24-p0ints;

T. Clarke represented Leinster as a Youth Interprovincial from 1974 to 1975 playing 5-times won 3-matches and lost 2-matches accumulating 6-points;

Ian Griffin represented Leinster as a Youth Interprovincial in 1997 playing 6-times won 4-matches and lost 2-matches accumulating 8-points. He represented Leinster at Boys  Interprovincial level in 1996 playing 6-times won 3-matches and lost 3-matches accumulating 6-points;
Ballaghaderreen

J. Galvin represented Connacht as a Youth Interprovincial in 1970 playing 2-times;

Ciaran McAleavey was selected on the Irish Boys' team for the Home Internationals at Moortown, Leeds in August 2001;

History of Balbriggan

Liam Kelly tells us golf could have begun at Balbriggan as far back as 1895 as land was obtained at Bremore, Balbriggan. The founding members went as far as purchasing a pavilion, which was later sold on to the Balbriggan Cricket Club. The proposed golf club ran into legal technicalities, the granting of the relevant lease ran into difficulties and the project was abandoned.
Further efforts were made in 1933 and again in 1939 to establish golf in the area, but it wasn’t until 1945 that the aspirations became a reality. In 1945, G. A. McGowan became aware that the lands right opposite his front door was coming on the market. The lands comprised, 48-acres at the present location and was leased from Colonel Scriven for £150 per annum. 
It was an 18-year lease and when it expired there was a question about the clubs future. By happy coincidence, the Captain in 1963 was Dr. Edward Caraher, who was a former comrade of Colonel Scriven. When the good doctor approached the colonel about the possibility of selling the lease. The colonel replied "The money I’ve been getting from you doesn’t keep me in cigarettes. Of course I’ll sell".
Further lands were acquired over the following years, in 1971 an additional seven acres known as "Maguire’s Field" was purchased for £7,000, this was followed by the acquisition of "Fox’s Land" in 1982. By September 1988 an additional 31 acres known as "Hoare’s Land" was added thereby enabling the club to extend to the desired 18-holes.
On 27th April 1991 the new clubhouse and course were officially opened, something the founding members could hardly have envisaged. 
Indicative of the progressive committee and members, Balbriggan were not content to let matters lie and additional "fine-tuning" of the course continues to this day. Pat Ruddy was retained in 1999 to redesign the 7th and 12th holes and plans have been drawn up for further improvements of certain holes on the course.

Roll of Honour

Member Year Hon. Position
D. O'Hickey 1989 Ladies Captain
N. Dunne 1989 Men's Captain
C. McDermott 1989 President
C. Mulvey 1989 President
D. McLoughlin 1990 Ladies Captain
B. Farrell 1990 Men's Captain
L. McClear 1990 President
M. Russell 1991 Ladies Captain
D. Noone 1991 Men's Captain
L. McClear 1991 President
V. Grimes 1992 Ladies Captain
P. Foushnan 1992 Men's Captain
L. McClear 1992 President
M. Griffin 1993 Ladies Captain
B. O'Keeffe 1993 Men's Captain
L. Cashell 1993 President
M. O'Donohue 1994 Ladies Captain
J. O'Keeffe 1994 Men's Captain
L. Cashell 1994 President
M. Reilly 1995 Ladies Captain
G. Gallen 1995 Men's Captain
L. Cashell 1995 President
M. Martin 1996 Ladies Captain
M. Sheeran 1996 Men's Captain
S. Dignam 1996 President
M. O'Meara 1997 Ladies Captain
E. Mulvey 1997 Men's Captain
S. Dignam 1997 President
O. Downes 1998 Ladies Captain
B. Redmond 1998 Men's Captain
S. Dignam 1998 President
M. Faughnan 1999 Ladies Captain
T. Walsh 1999 Men's Captain
Michael Monaghan 1999 President
Bernie Lewis 2000 Ladies Captain
Frank Bissette 2000 Men's Captain
Michael Monaghan 2000 President
Olive Campbell 2001 Ladies Captain
Killian Martin 2001 Men's Captain
Paddy O'Keeffe 2001 President
Helen Fullam 2002 Ladies Captain
Michael Hough 2002 Men's Captain
Paddy O'Keeffe 2002 President
Mary Quinn 2003 Ladies Captain
Ian Fraher 2003 Men's Captain
Nicky Ennis 2003 President
Vera Cagney 2004 Ladies Captain
Jim Behan 2004 Men's Captain
Nicky Ennis 2004 President
Sandra Downes 2005 Ladies Captain
Brian Flynn 2005 Men's Captain
Cyril Campbell 2005 President
Moya O'Connor 2006 Ladies Captain
Sean O'Connor 2006 Men's Captain
Cyril Campbell 2006 President
Anne McEvoy 2007 Ladies Captain
Hugh Devlin 2007 Men's Captain
Kilian Martin 2007 President
Rose Taylor 2008 Ladies Captain
David O'Connor 2008 Men's Captain
Kilian Martin 2008 President
Imelda O'Shea 2009 Ladies Captain
Bill Whitney 2009 Men's Captain
Ann Gallen 2009 President
Barbara Kenny 2010 Ladies Captain
Eamon Copeland 2010 Men's Captain
Ann Gallen 2010 President
Pauline Fraher 2011 Ladies Captain
John Scully 2011 Men's Captain
Tom Walsh 2011 President
Maureen Walsh 2012 Ladies Captain
Peter Sullivan 2012 Men's Captain
Tom Walsh 2012 President
Evelyn Tolan 2013 Ladies Captain
Paul Cox 2013 Men's Captain
Ian Fraher 2013 President
Sandry Forsyth 2014 Ladies Captain
Tony Healy 2014 Men's Captain
Ian Fraher 2014 President
Collette Guildea 2015 Ladies Captain
Pat Casey 2015 Men's Captain
  2015 President
Deirdre Foran
2016 Ladies Captain
John Fitzpatrick
2016 Men's Captain
Michael Hough
2016 President
Bernie Hunt 2017 Ladies Captain
Peter Slevin 2017 Men's Captain
Muriel Ennis
2017 President
  2017 Lowest Ladies H'cap
Robert Cannon (+2)
2017 Lowest Men's H'cap

Holes in One at Balbriggan

Member Date Hole No. Club Used Distance
Denise McLoughlin 10 April 1995 16th   120 m
Sean Reid 6 June 1997 6th   155 m
Michael Monaghan 3 August 1997 6th   155 m
Nick Ennis 14 March 1999 8th   165 m
David Noone 27 March 1999 6th   155 m
Gerry Tallon 23 May 1999 11th   171 m
Joe O'Rourke 13 May 2000 11th   171 m
Brendan Griffin 28 May 2000 6th   155 m
Mick McCauley 6 August 2000 8th   165 m
Willie Rooney 16 September 2000 6th   155 m
Sean Reid 7 June 2002 6th   155 m
Thomas Murtagh 1 August 2002 11th   171 m
John F. K. Flannery 22 March 2003 16th   121 m
Patrick Roban 19 April 2003 16th   121 m
William Beare 31 May 2003 8th   165 m
John F. K. Flannery 1 August 2003 16th   121 m
Joe O'Rourke 12 October 2003 6th   155m
Patrick Darcy 8 May 2004 16th   121 m
Clare Kenny
24 July 2004 4th Newlands 103 m
Gerry Rooney 25 July 2004 8th   171 m
Padraig Faughnan 4 December 2004 11th   171 m
Karl Mulvey 24 April 2005 6th   155 m
Joe Walsh 6 June 2005 8th   165 m
Paul Donnelly 10 July 2005 8th   165 m
Myles Fleming 20 August 2005 8th   171 m
Padraig Masterson 30 October 2005 6th   155 m
Lee Binchy 1 December 2005 6th   116 m
Derek Shields 7 January 2006 6th   155 m
Anna Hannon 5 May 2006 11th 5-Wood
146 m
Eileen Rogers 1 July 2006 6th   116 m
Jack Slane 17 September 2006 8th   165 m
Bernadette Corcoran 7 November 2006 8th   159 m
Pat Kinsella 18 November 2006 8th   165 m
Pauleen Fraher 11 March 2007 6th   116 m
Anne Harrington 27 April 2007 16th   115 m
Rory Kelly 5 May 2007 16th   130 m
Eileen Rodgers 1 July 2007 6th   116 m
Eddie Branagan 12 April 2008 6th   165 m
Martin Nolan 21 April 2009 17th   174 m
Collette Guildea 10 May 2009 16th     115 m
Mary Quinn 7 June 2009 10th   110 m
Anne Mcevoy
19 February 2013 6th 9-iron
100 m