Clontarf golf club Dublin

Clontarf golf course Dublin

Clontarf Golf Course

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Anybody who has ever played this oasis of golf in the hearth of the teeming metropolis of North of Dublin City will remember the famous 12th known locally as "The Quarry Hole" if you haven’t yet played it you haven’t played golf. Measuring 334 m it is without doubt the index 1 on this magnificent Parkland course. You drive from the tee to a raised plateau, with out-of-bounds on the right. You then have to play your second to a green in a valley, well protected by two greenside bunkers, with a large bunker to the back gathering up any over-hit approach shots. Making par here is like a very good birdie anywhere else.

Clontarf is a pleasant, yet challenging 18-hole course with superbly manicured rolling fairways and a liberal sprinkling of mature trees. The greens are amongst the best to be found anywhere in the country. 

Although a relatively short course, measuring 5,381 m off the championship tees with a Par of 69 and a standard scratch of 68, its narrow fairways and punitive rough demands accuracy off the tee and will test the best of golfers skill.

Each hole presents its own challenge, where shot making and club selection is a must.
The late and loved Tom Craddock, father-in-law of Ryder Cup hero Philip Walton was the professional at Clontarf Golf Club for longer than I can remember. One of life’s and golf's beautiful people Tom will always be associated with Clontarf. Each year, the club hosts the Lord Mayor’s Cup hotly contested by single figure golfers.

Clontarf has a magnificent clubhouse catering for the golfers every need and the visitor is assured of a warm welcome and, an memorable days golf.
Societies are welcome and group rates are available.

Green Fees Midweek: €30/43
Green Fees Early Bird before 9.30am:
€30
Green Fees Weekends & B.H.: €48
Green Fees with a Member: €19/24
Green Fees for Opens: €15
Practice Area: Yes
Club Hire: Yes
Buggy Hire: Yes
Soft Spikes: No
Full Membership Available: Yes
Full Membership Fee: €1,350
Full 5-Day Membership Fee: €810
Entrance Fee: Yes
Course Type Parkland
No Holes 18
Members 935
Designer Harry S. Colt
Founded 1912
Address

Donnycarney House,
Malahide Road,
Dublin 3

Telephone 01-8331892
Email info@clontarfgolfclub.ie
Website Clontarf golf club website
General Manager: Pat Murray
Captain: John McMahon 
Lady Captain: Dolores Farrell
President: Michael Tyndall
Vice-Captains': Jack Higgins & Marie McEneff
Hon. Secretary: Seamus Smith, Tom Sheridan & Phil McGuinness
Club Pro: Eamonn Brady 01-8331877
Hon. Treasurer: Turlough Considine, Ray Bergin & Yvonne Kelly
Comp. Secretary: Brian Looby & Elizabeth Toomey
Clontarf Golf Course Layout Course Layout

Location Map

GPS Coord*
Lat:53.372425
Long:-6.222388
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General Facts & Information

 

Course opening hours: Daylight hours Clubhouse opening hours: 8.00am to 11.30pm
Mobile phones: Not on course
Dress Code: Neat and casual, no denim
Catering: Full catering, facilities Days to Avoid: Mondays, Wednesdays & Weekends 
Green Fees and Societies Welcome: Other days Pre-booking for open Tournaments:14 Days in advance

Clontarf Golf Club Fixtures 2017 provisional*

Open & Major Fixtures 2017 (Confirmed)        
Event Start Finish Type Duration
Captains' Drive-In Sunday 15 January   Closed 1
Lady Captain's Prize Saturday 10 June   Closed 1
President's Prize Saturday 15 July
  Closed 1
Captain's Prize (Q)
Saturday 24 June Sunday 25 June Closed 2
Captain's Prize (Q) Sunday 25 June   Closed 1
Captain's Prize to the Juniors
Friday 30 June
  Closed 1
Captain's Prize
Saturday 1 July

Closed 1
President's Prize to the Juniors
Friday 7 July   Closed 1
Captain's Prize to the Ladies Monday 31 July      
President's Prize to the Ladies Monday 28 August   Closed 1
Seniors Singles Stableford 50+ Tuesday 25 April   Open 1
Seniors Singles Stableford 50+ Tuesday 2 May   Open
1
Seniors Singles Stableford 50 + Tuesday 16 May   Open 1
4-Person Rumble
Saturday 20 May   Open 1
Singles Stableford
Sunday 21 May   Open 1
Mixed Scotch Foursomes Sunday 21 May   Open 1
Seniors Singles Stableford 55+ Tuesday 13 June   Open 1
Jimmy Bruen Shield (Q) Saturday 17 June Sunday 18 June
GUI 2
Jimmy Bruen Shield (Q) Sunday 18 June   GUI 1
Seniors Singles Stableford 55+ Tuesday 11 July   Open 1
Junior Boys' & Girls' Singles Stableford Thursday 3 August
  Open 1
Ladies Seniors Singles Stableford
Thursday 10 August   Open 1
Start of Lord Mayor's Cup Sunday 13 August Saturday 19 August Open 7
Singles Strokes (Q) (4 to 9) Sunday 13 August   Open 1
Match Play Monday 14 August   Open 1
Match Play Tuesday 15 August   Open 1
Match Play Wednesday 16 August   Open 1
Match Play Thursday 17 August   Open 1
Match Play Friday 18 August   Open 1
Match Play Semi-Final & Final Saturday 19 August   Open 1
Seniors Singles Stableford 55+ Tuesday 22 August   Open 1
Seniors Singles Stableford 55+ Tuesday 12 September   Open 1

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Card of the Course

KeyData
Red Par 71 SSS 72 4,991 m
Green Par 69 SSS 67 5,193 m
Blue Par 69 SSS 68 5,381 m

Card

Hole No. Blue Green Par Index Red Par Index
1 305 297 4 10 289 4 10
2 410 401 4 2 390 5 6
3 288 281 4 14 277 4 16
4 139 124 3 12 121 3 12
5 343 334 4 6 309 4 2
6 130 118 3 18 117 3 18
7 356 321 4 8 307 4 8
8 353 349 4 4 313 4 4
9 290 279 4 16 261 4 14
Out 2,614 2,504 34   2,384 35  
10 363 356 4 7 338 4 3
11 199 176 3 11 167 3 7
12 332 326 4 1 313 5 17
13 247 247 4 13 246 4 15
14 326 320 4 3 319 4 1
15 147 135 3 17 132 3 13
16 352 344 4 5 333 4 5
17 351 343 4 9 334 4 11
18 450 442 5 15 425 5 9
In 2,767 2,689 35   2,607 36  
Total 5,381 5,193 69   4,991 71  
SSS 68 67     72    

Notable rounds

Men's Course Record (Pro): 64 Conor Murphy (5) 25/07/1999 

Ladies Course Record:

Members Achievements

Clontarf Golf Club won the All-Ireland Jimmy Bruen Shield for the second time at Castlebar Golf Club on 18th September 2010, when they beat Ulster Champions Tandragee Golf Club by 3½ matched to 1½ in the decider.

Clontarf Golf Club won the Leinster Final of the Jimmy Bruen Shield at Dun Laoghaire Golf Club on Saturday 31st July 2010, when they beat Gowran Park Golf Club by 3 matches to 2 matches, having beaten Killeen Golf Club in the morning semi-final. They made there way to Castlebar Golf Club to compete in the National deciders where they were drawn against Munster Champions Carrick-on-Suir on Friday 17th September, where they beat the Tipperary men by 3½ matches to 1½ match.
First on the tee was Sean and Conor Stone who beat Daniels with Brian Conway by 4 and 2, they were followed by Ray Maguire with Adam Burke who had a 2 and 1 win over Paul Cooney with William O'Brien, next up was Frank Kellett with Bobby Doyle who lost their match by 6 and 4 to John Ryan with Johnny Quinn. The penultimate match of Paul O'Brien with Tony Duffy saw Clontarf through to the All-Ireland Final with a 2-hole win over Noel Drohan with Kevin Barry and the bottom match of Paul McLoughlin with Paul Kealy was halved against Michael Curran with David Tuohy. They met Ulster Champions Tandragee Golf Club in the All-Ireland Final the following morning when they were lead again by Sean and Conor Stone against Gordon Haire with Johnny Quinn in the top match which went all the way to the 20th-hole before the point was secured by Sean and Conor, they were followed by Dave Cameron with Mark O'Flynn who lost their match against Stefan Greenberg with Mark Bannerman by 3 and 2, next up was Ray Maguire with Adam Burke who won their match against Ryan Harpur with Warren Jardine. The penultimate match of Paul O'Brien with Tony Duffy was halved against Ross Dutton with Stefan McNeill in the bottom match of Paul McLoughlin with Paul Kealy they won their match against Emmit Nixon with Jeff Forde by 3 and 2.

Clontarf Golf Club won the Leinster Final of the Irish Mixed Foursomes in 2010 and made the long journey to Castlerock Golf Club to participate in the National Finals.

They met the Munster Champions in the All-Ireland Semi-Final on 2nd September.

First on the tee was Paul McLoughlin with Ann Gardner who lost out to Leo Hassett with Niamh Sheehan by 3 and 2. They were followed by Turlough Considine with Maura Walsh who halved their match with Eamonn Hurley with Roni Hawe. Next up was Liam O’Donohoe with Carol O’Flynn who also halved their match with Brian Donovan with Marion O’Leary. The penultimate match of Conor Murphy with Michelle Hand against Killian Hurley with Elaine Burke went the way of the team from Skibbereen by 3 and 2. The bottom match of Bobby Doyle with Elizabeth Toomey against Raymond Hayes with Marie Mackey also went South and with it the Clontarf hopes of reaching the All-Ireland Final the following which was eventually won by Oughterard Golf Club.

Clontarf Golf Club won their first All-Ireland Cups & Shields green pennant in its long history at Monkstown Golf Club when the Jimmy Bruen Shield on Saturday 20th September 2008.

They won the Leinster Final at Delgany Golf Club on Sunday 3rd August 2008, then made their way to Monkstown where they met Ulster Champions Co. Cavan Golf Club in the All-Ireland Semi-Final on Friday 19th September 2008.

They were lead by Mark Brennan with Niall Lyons who had a 3 and one win over Connor O’Reilly with Sean O’Donnell. They were followed by Connor Harrington with Tim O’Connell who had a convincing 4 and 3 win over John Crotty with Philip McMahon. Next up was Michael Kellett with Noel O’Flynn who went all the way to the 20th-hole before recording the vital 3rd point and their passage to the All-Ireland Final against Padraig McEntee with Patrick Flynn. David Collins with Philip Duffy halved their match against Ed O’Hanlon with Ruairi Dunne, so to did Stephen Kealy with Tony Stanley against Tim Fitzpatrick with Ed Kellett. Their 4 matches to 1 match put them into the All-Ireland Final against the Home Club Monkstown the following afternoon.

Mark Brennan with Niall Lyons once again lead the team from the Malahide Road and put the first point on the board with a 2-hole win over Ken Tracy with Donal McCarthy. They were followed by the new pairing of Michael Fahy with Sean Stone who recorded a 3 and 1 win over Nick Hayes with Carl Toal. Next up was Conor Harrington with Tim O’Connor who halved their match against Denis Daly with John Barry. The penultimate match of Michael Kellett with Neal O’Flynn saw them record an emphatic 6 and 5 win over John Tobin with Niall Kennedy and the vital point to bring the All-Ireland green pennant back to Donnycarney for the first time in its long history. The bottom match of Stephen Kealy with Tony Stanley was halved against David O’Leary with Mark Hickey.

Clontarf Golf Club won the Leinster Final of the Irish Mixed Foursomes on 7th August 2004, when Elizabeth Toomey sank the winning putt on the first plat-off hole at Foxrock Golf Club against The K Club.

Clontarf retained the Metropolitan Cup when they beat Hermitage at Hermitage Golf Club by 11.5 to 6.5 on August 25th 2002. The team was B. Fennelly, B. Foy, D. Cameron, J. Harrington, D. Heary, J. Synnott, T. Wall, P. Hennessy and C. Looby.

Clontarf Golf Club were Runners-Up in the Leinster Finals of the Pierce Purcell Shield at Glen-of-The-Downs Golf Club in 2002. They lost out to Castlewarden, when the team was Ray Foley, Frank Moran, Michael Fahy, Tom Owens, Conal Regan, Joe Sheriden, Dave Dalton, Mark Johnston, Fred Kelly, David Pierce, Paddy Coy, John Dillon, David Corcoran, Michael Murphy, Frank Byrne and Enda Morris. They were managed by Sean O'Dea.

Clontarf were Leinster Champions in the J. B. Carr Diamond Trophy in 2002, when the team was, H. Lambe, T. Duffy, P. Hennessy, J. Joyce, N. Gilroy, J. McClean, T. Crawford, T. Brennan, J. Kellett, T. Wall, F. Kellett, L. Watson, J. Maher, M. Alford, B. Higgins, G. Walsh and F. Byrne. They were County Champions in 2004.

Clontarf won the Metropolitan Cup when they beat Greystones Golf Club in August 2001. They had a convincing win 8 matches to 1 match. The team was B. Foy, P. Connolly, M. Carroll, T. Crawford, D. Heron, S. Kavanagh, E. O'Dulainn, J. Synnott and T. McCarthy, they were managed by T. Duffy.

The Girls of Clontarf Golf Club won the Fingal Cup in 2003, when the team was, Dervla Gaine, Carol O'Flynn, Lisabeth McCoy, they were managed by Margaret McLoughlin.

Eileen Coggins and Ann Harrington won the Countess of Granard's Challenge Cup in 2002.

Prior to 2001:

Clontarf Golf Club won the All-Ireland Mixed Foursomes in 1973.

Clontarf Golf Club won the Leinster Final and were All-Ireland Finalists in the Irish Junior Cup in 1995, when the team was, Conor Murphy, Stephen Walsh, Dermot O'Raw, Tim Collins, Greg Kelly, Michael Kellett, Turlough Considine and Dave Hennessy.

Clontarf Golf Club won the Leinster Final of the Irish Junior Cup in 1988, when the team was, Richard Murphy, Liam O'Donohoe, Tony Wall, Stephen Walsh and Greg Kelly.

Clontarf Golf Club won the Leinster Final and were All-Ireland Finalists in the Irish Junior Cup in 1969, when the team was, Kevin Hayes, Paddy Hennessy, Noel Gilroy, Michael Alford and John Mooney.

They won the Leinster Final of the Pierce Purcell Shield in 1972.

They won the Leinster Final of the Irish Mixed Foursomes in 1973.

Clontarf were County Champions in the J. B. Carr Diamond Trophy in 2000.

Clontarf won the Uden Cup in 1997, when the team was, B. Curran, R. Foley, D. McHugh, G. Sullivan, G. Walsh, C. Seery, T. Brennan, F. Byrne, B. Dolan, V. Ryan, D. Allen, L. Preston, J. O'Reilly, H. O'Neill, M. Cahill, D. Dalton, T. Linnane, T. Cook, T. Redmond, S. Doody, Mick Melligan, they were managed by T. Hempenstall and M. Geoghegan.

Clontarf Golf Club won the Best Cup in 1983, when the team was, David Dalton, Owen Donohoe, Leo Jackson, Sean Nolan, John Behan, Eugene O'Doherty, Frank Crawley, Tony Heron, Jim McMullan and Greg Harkin.

They won the Metropolitan Trophy in 1994.

Clontarf Golf Club hold the record of wins in the FBD Barton Cup, having first won it in 1921, when the team was, T. Ryan, C. Jamieson, J. G. Aston, P. C. Sythes, J. S. Kerr, T. Carson, S. H. Dunseith, P. C. Gore and H. F. Fradley.

They next won it in 1926, when the team was, W. Cooper, T. A. Hanly, J. G. Aston, V. Lyons, J. S. Kerr, T. Ryan, H. F. Fradley, T. Carson, M. Ashbee and C. Jamieson.

They won it again in 1932, when the team was, T. Pierce, R. White, D. Lynch, M. Kennedy, D. Finn, M. Knightly, P. Gaffney, J. Pierce, R. Greene, M. Ashbee, P. Lynch P. T. Ryan, W. Crozier and E. H. Verdon.

They won it in 1938, when the team was, P. B. Heffron, R. Rice, M. Fitzgerald, M. Martin, G. O'Neill, A. Byrne, E. H. Verdon, P. T. Ryan, P. J. Cregan and J. G. Barnewell.

They followed that win in 1942, when the team was P. B. Heffron, K. I. Holland, S. McMahon, M. J. Minogue, G. E. Clancy, D. J. Fitzgerald, S. I. Tierney, R. Rice, F. J. Quinn, T. T. Prestage, M. S. McEvoy, Jos. O'Reilly and B. J. Cauldwell.

They won it again in 1945, when the team was, S. Kennedy, H. Murphy, V. Herlihy, N. O'Boyle, F. G. Moran, H. Delaney, R. Rice, D. Fitzgerald, R. Grogan, V. Clarke, C. Garvey, T. Prestage, A. Byrne, F. Quinn and K. Holland.

They won it again in 1949, when the team was, C. Garvey, A. Byrne, J. Moran, C. Byrne, H. Murphy, D. Fitzgerald, F. Moran, V. Clarke, J. Belton and V. Herlihy.

They next won it in 1952.

They last won it in 1968, when the team was, M. Dalton, G. Devey, E. Grumley, J. O'Neill, M. O'Shea, D. Condon, J. Clancy, F. Kellett, T. Buggy, A. Lally, H. O'Donnell, J. Lawlor, A. Smyth, J. Curtin, J. Dillon, J. McClean, S. O'Sullivan and D. McCarthy.

The Boys' of Clontarf Golf Club won the Smurfit Trophy in 1982, when the team was, Ray Maguire, Brian Mooney, Richard Murray, Colm Dempsey, John Murray, Stephen Walsh and John Murphy.

They won the Irish Junior Foursomes in 1993.

They won the Squire Ennis Trophy in 1992.

The Ladies of Clontarf Golf Club were District Champions in the Ulster Bank All-Ireland Ladies Fourball in 2000.

They won the ILGU Eastern District (4thTeam) in 1990, when the team was, Phyllis Preston, Maura Walsh, Christine Conroy, Paddy O'Cassaide, Eileen McLoughlin, Enda Kellett, Carmel Shaw, Eileen Crowley, Miriam Dunphy and Fionnuala Murphy, they were captained by Betty McCarthy.

The 3rd team won it in 1980, when the team was, R. Freaney, A. Howett, T. O'Brien, K. Stapleton, N. Tully, they were captained by M. Spillane.

The Girls' of Clontarf Golf Club won the Leinster Final of the Smurfit Juvenile Girls Golf in 1992, when the team was, Marie Therese Custace, Pamela Murphy, Clare Louise Fitzpatrick and they were captained by Anita Langstone.

Barry Heary who plays off a handicap of seven, won Chiquita Long Drive Challenge at Lucan Golf Club in September, 2000. He drove the ball 301 yd‘s down the fairway at the first. The prize was Top Flite merchandise and a cheque for £500 to his chosen charity.

Members who played representative golf for Country or Province;

Paul Congdon represented Leinster as a Youth Interprovincial from 1981 to 1982 playing 8-times won 7-matches and lost 1-match accumulating 14-points;

P. Connolly represented Leinster as a Youth Interprovincial in 2005 playing 2-times won 0-matches and lost 2-matches accumulating 0-points;

R. Murray represented Leinster as a Youth Interprovincial in 1986 playing 8-times won 5-matches and lost 3-matches accumulating 10-points;

L. O’Donoghue represented Leinster as a Youth Interprovincial in 1983 playing 4-times won 3-matches halved one and lost 0-matches accumulating 7-points;

Anita Langstone played for the Irish Girls in the Home Internationals at Mosely Golf Club in 1992 and at Helensburgh Golf Club in 1993;

History of Clontarf

Instituted 1912 affiliated 1912


A very ecumenical gathering were the driving force behind Clontarf’s Golf Club foundation. At a meeting held in the Clontarf Town Hall, in January, 1912,. the Rev. J. L. Morrow, together with the Rev. J. Hickey P.P., Rev. P.J. Ryan C.C., and Rev. J. O’Connell, with eleven others were the founder members of this famous club.

The Rev. Morrow had been Hon. Secretary of the GUI since 1901, and was elected the first President of the club. Mr. J. McNie, was the first Captain, and Mr. J. Moore the first Hon. Secretary.
Land was leased from Mr. Picton at Mount Temple, which was opened by the Lord Lieutenant Lord Aberdeen on the 25th May 1912. In 1914 The Royal Dublin Golf Club was dispossessed by the British Army and Clontarf made its members, honorary members.

According to Irish Life, 5th April, 1918 the course became under threat from would-be plot-holder's, who targeted Clontarf and its 45 acres. The club moved to Porters Field in 1922 and extended to 12 holes. Fifty new members were taken in, then in 1927 the club acquired more land, and an additional six-holes were added, which became the basis of the present eighteen.

Roll of Honour

Member Year Hon. Position
Mrs. P. O'Neill 1989 Ladies Captain
Colm Mullan 1989 Men's Captain
W. Tyndall 1989 President
Mona Gardner 1990 Ladies Captain
G. F. Maher 1990 Men's Captain
Dermot Brady 1990 President
Deirdre McGrath 1991 Ladies Captain
P. J. Loughman 1991 Men's Captain
G. F. Maher 1991 President
Mrs. C. Loughman 1992 Ladies Captain
B. A. Murray 1992 Men's Captain
G. O'Brien 1992 President
Maura Cotter 1993 Ladies Captain
M. O'Rourke 1993 Men's Captain
G. O'Brien 1993 President
Ella Sheridan 1994 Ladies Captain
D. F. Pierce 1994 Men's Captain
C. McLoughlin 1994 President
Anne Bradley 1995 Ladies Captain
A. R. Cameron 1995 Men's Captain
C. McLoughlin 1995 President
Patsy Manning 1996 Ladies Captain
A. Heron 1996 Men's Captain
M. G. Murphy 1996 President
Phil Coffee 1997 Ladies Captain
C. O'Rourke 1997 Men's Captain
M. G. Murphy 1997 President
Mary Rowley 1998 Ladies Captain
Alex Magill 1998 Men's Captain
E. Hoey 1998 President
Maura Sweeney 1999 Ladies Captain
Frank Kellett 1999 Men's Captain
E. Hoey 1999 President
Pauline Behan 2000 Ladies Captain
Jack Mahon 2000 Men's Captain
E. Hoey 2000 President
Ann Shanahan 2001 Ladies Captain
Sean O'Dea 2001 Men's Captain
Kevin Heffernan 2001 President
Madeline Bradley 2002 Ladies Captain
Ray Crawford 2002 Men's Captain
Kevin Heffernan (Heffo) R.I.P. 2002 President
Phena Coghlan 2003 Ladies Captain
Hal Kellett 2003 Men's Captain
Cyril Meehan 2003 President
Marianne Considine 2004 Ladies Captain
Eamon O'Dulainn 2004 Men's Captain
Cyril Meehan 2004 President
Eileen Coggins 2005 Ladies Captain
Martin Kelly 2005 Men's Captain
Turlough Considine 2005 President
Angela Melligan 2006 Ladies Captain
Brian Curran 2006 Men's Captain
Turlough Considine 2006 President
Mary Coffey 2007 Ladies Captain
Frank Maguire 2007 Men's Captain
Tony Wall 2007 President
Cecily Weymes 2008 Ladies Captain
Martin Cahill 2008 Men's Captain
Tony Wall 2008 President
Brigid O'Rourke 2009 Ladies Captain
Aidan Foy 2009 Men's Captain
Des Killen 2009 President
Frances Hand 2010 Ladies Captain
Brian Looby  2010 Men's Captain
Kevin McLoughlin 2010 President
Margaret McLoughlin 2011 Ladies Captain
Jack McGuinness 2011 Men's Captain
Desmond Killen 2011 President
Ena Gilroy 2012 Ladies Captain
Seamus Smith 2012 Men's Captain
Desmond Killen 2012 President
Bernadette Maguire 2013 Ladies Captain
Tom Byrne 2013 Men's Captain
Desmond Killen 2013 President
Anna Marie Dufficy 2014 Ladies Captain
Brian Johnston 2014 Men's Captain
Dermot Gilroy 2014 President
Ann Keevey 2015 Ladies Captain
Peter N. Mulvey 2015 Men's Captain
Seán Carroll
2015 President
Mags Quinn 2016 Ladies Captain
Ian Maguire 2016 Men's Captain
Seán Carroll
2016 President
Dolores Farrell 2017 Ladies Captain
John McMahon
2017 Men's Captain
Michael Tyndall
2017 President
Anita Langstone (8) 2017 Lowest Ladies Handicap
Richard Murray (2.8) 2017 Lowest Men's Handicap

Holes in One at Clontarf

Member Date Hole No. Club Used Distance
Betty MCarthy 28 July 1983 15th   125 m
Eileen Coggins 10 November 1983 6th   115 m
M. Murphy 11 February 1998 4th   151 m
Kieron Duffy 5 August 1998 13th   243 m
P. Fagan 27 July 1999 15th   142 m
Angela Melligan 19 April 1999 4th 5 Wood 118 m
Derek Gaine 20 June 1999 15th   142 m
T. Curran 6 March 1999 4th   151 m
Tony Killian 2 February 2000 15th   142 m
Michael Hughes 13 February 2000 4th   138 m
Tony Killian 20 February 2000 15th   132 m
Dermot O'Brien 11 March 2000 4th   138 m
Ann Fox Dalton 6 June 2000 15th   131 m
Tony Jordan 7 August 2000 6th   130 m
Paul Rigney 3 November 2000 6th   130 m
John O'Reilly 18 November 2000 15th   142 m
Paul McLoughlin 29 April 2001 15th   142 m
Brendan Gallagher 15 June 2001 11th   172 m
Owen McCarthy 3 September 2001 4th   138 m
Gerry Walsh 20 September 2001 15th   142 m
Patrick Eugene McAdams 4 May 2002 6th   130 m
Joe Dillon 27 April 2002 15th   138 m
B. Johnson 15 May 2002 4th   124 m
Tom Moylan 13 June 2002 4th   124 m
Henry J. Ardiff 20 August 2002 15th   134 m
Desmond M. Killen 13 October 2002 4th   134 m
Brendan Dolan 13 April 2003 15th   142 m
Eanna Gilles 16 April 2004 4th   124 m
John Maher 20 June 2004 6th   119 m
Michael Murphy 30 January 2005 6th   122 m
Tommy McCarthy 1 February 2005 6th   119 m
Colin Sheridan 5 June 2005 15th   142 m
Michael Geoghegan 18 June 2005 11th   182 m
Jack Higgins 10 July 2005 15th   134 m
Siobhan Fallon 9 August 2005 15th   131 m
Paddy Murphy 24 August 2005 4th   138 m
Norman Higgins 31 August 2005 6th   119 m
Brendan Mulqueen 10 August 2005 4th   124 m
Barry Hallinan 25 September 2005 15th   142 m
Joe Dillon 12 March 2006 4th   138 m
Joseph Smith 29 March 2006 4th   139 m
Bernadette Maguire 27 April 2006 4th   118 m
Frank V. Mulligan 23 July 2006 6th   119 m
Gregory Kelly 30 August 2006 6th   130 m
Derek Geelon 30 August 2006 15th   135 m
Robert Emmett Memery 12 November 2006 6th   118 m
Anthony Pierce 10 December 2006 4th   139 m
Ann Loftus 23 April 2007 4th   121 m
Christopher Murphy 16 May 2007 6th   118 m
Neal O'Flynn 4 June 2007 6th   118 m
Frank Moran 15 July 2007 4th   124 m
Daniel Kenny 31 July 2007 4th   124 m
Jim McIntyre 12 September 2007 6th   118 m
Dan Walsh 26 September 2007 6th   118 m
Patrick J. O'Connor 23 February 2008 15th   134 m
Ann Talbot 24 April 2008 6th   118 m
Anthony Cameron 1 June 2008 15th   147 m
Francis Byrne 24 January 2009 15th   134 m
Rachel Duff 15 June 2009 6th   117 m
Robbie Watts 17 July 2009     4th     124 m
  10 October 2009     6th     118 m
  24 April 2010     4th     139 m