Nenagh golf club Tipperary
Nenagh Golf Course
June 23rd, 2001, was a red-letter day in the history of Nenagh Golf Club, when the President of the Golfing Union of Ireland performed the official opening of the newly developed course. Founded in 1929 as a nine-hole course, the Club has made tremendous progress since, culminating in the present layout, the result of dedication and hard work by Officers and Committees over several years.
Much praised by members and visitors alike, Course Architect, Patrick Merrigan, has designed a very fair test for every golfer, irrespective of ability or experience. Thirteen new sand-based greens undulating are guarded by intimidating bunkers and are providing a challenge for even the most fastidious of putters. Nenagh has always been unique by reason of the nature of its soil and the excellent drainage and firm surfaces allowing play all year round. The re-designed course is fast maturing and is set to become one of Ireland’s most popular courses.
Amenities at the club include a practice area, chipping and putting greens, and full bar and catering facilities, Professional, Robert Kelly, provides a well-stocked shop and is available for lessons and has clubs and buggies for hire.
|Green Fees Mon. to Thurs.:||€30|
|Green Fees Weekends & B.H.:||€30|
|Green Fees with a Member:||€25|
|Green Fees for Opens:||€15/20|
|Full Membership Fee:||€710|
|Full Beginners Membership Fee:||€550|
|Full Family Membership Fee:||€1,197|
|Full Country Membership Fee:||€380|
|Full Student Membership Fee:||€170|
|Full Pavilin Membership Fee:||€100|
|Website||Nenagh golf club website|
|Hon. Secretary:||Maeve DeLoughry|
|Lady Captain:||Mary O'Shea|
|Hon. Secretary:||John Sheridan, Tony Scroope & Teresa|
|Club Pro:||Bobby King|
|Hon. Treasurer:||Alice Varley, Jim Flynn & Helen Leo|
General Facts & Information
|Course opening hours: Daylight hours||Clubhouse opening hours: 10.00am to 11.00pm (Seasonal)
|Mobile phones: Not on course
||Dress Code: Neat and casual
|Catering: Full catering, facilities||Days to Avoid: Sundays|
|Green Fees are Welcome: Other Days||Pre-booking for open Tournaments:14 Days in advance|
Nenagh Golf Club Fixtures 2019 provisional*
|Open & Major Fixtures 2019 (to be Confirmed)|
|Captains' Drive-In||Sunday 6 January||Closed||1|
|President's Prize to Ladies||Thursday 6 June||Closed||1|
|President's Prize (Q)||Saturday 8 June||Sunday 9 June||Closed||2|
|President's Prize||Sunday 9 June||Closed||1|
|Lady Captain's Prize Day 1
||Thursday 18 July||Closed||1|
|Lady Captain's Prize||Sunday 20 July||Closed||1|
|Captain's Prize (Q)||Saturday 3 August||Sunday 4 August
|Captains Prize (Q)
||Sunday 4 August
|Captains Prize to Ladies||Thursday 8 August||Closed||1|
|Captain's Prize Play-off||Saturday 10 August||Closed||1|
|Lady President's Prize||Sunday 8 September||Closed||1|
|3-Person Team Event||Saturday 23 February||Sunday 24 February||Open||2|
|3-Person Team Event||Sunday 24 February||Open||1|
|Singles Stableford||Wednesday 13 March||Open||1
|Singles Stableford||Sunday 17 March||Open||1|
|Singles Stableford||Wednesday 20 March||Open||1|
||Friday 23 March
|Singles Stableford||Wednesday 3 April||Open||1|
|Fourball||Saturday 6 April||Sunday 7 April||Open||2|
|Fourball||Sunday 7 April||Open||1|
|L. & G. Singles Stableford||Monday 8 April||Open||1|
|Singles Stableford||Wednesday 17 April||Open||1|
|Singles Stableford||Wednesday 24 April
|Singles Stableford||Friday 26 April
||Saturday 27 Apri||Open||2
|Singles Stableford||Saturday 27 April
|Singles Stableford||Wednesday 1 May||Open||1|
|Junior Scratch Cup||Saturdaay 5 May||Sunday 5 May||Open||2|
|Junior Scratch Cup||Sunday 5 May||Open||1|
|Inter. Scratch Cup||Saturdaay 4 May||Sunday 5 May||Open||2|
|Inter. Scratch Cup||Sunday 5 May||Open||1|
|L. & G. Singles Stableford||Monday 6 May||Open||1|
|Singles Stableford||Wednesday 8 May||Open||1|
||Wednesday 15 May||Open||1|
|Ladies 2-Person Team Event||Thursday 16 May
|Singles Stableford||Saturday 18 May||Sunday 19 May||Open||2|
|Singles Stableford||Sunday 19 May||Open||1|
|Singles Stableford||Wednesday 22 May||Open||1|
|Ladies 2-Person Team Event||Thursday 23 May||Open||1|
|2-Person Team Event||Sunday 26 May
|Singles Stableford||Wednesday 29 May
||Sunday 2 June||Open||1|
|Singles Stableford||Monday 3 June||Open||1|
|Singles Stableford||Wednesday 5 June||Open||1|
|Singles Stableford||Wednesday 12 June||Open||1|
|L. & G. 2-Person Team Event||Saturday 15 June||Sunday 16 June||Open||2|
|L. & G. 2-Person Team Event||Sunday 16 June||Open||1|
|Singles Stableford||Wednesday 19 June||Open||1|
|Munster Boys' U-16
||Wednesday 26 June||Open||1|
|Ladies Singles Stableford
||Thursday 27 June||Open||1|
|Singles Stableford||Friday 28 June
||Sunday 30 June
|Singles Stableford||Saturday 29 June||Open||1|
|Singles Stableford||Sunday 30 June
||Wednesday 3 July||Open||1|
|Nenagh Ormond RFC Classic
||Friday 5 July||Open||1|
|Singles Stableford||Wednesday 10 July||Open||1|
|Cloughaun GAA Classic||Friday 12 July||Open||1|
|Singles Stableford||Wednesday 17 July||Open||1|
|Singles Stableford||Wednesday 24 July||Open||1|
|Club Classic||Saturday 27 July
||Sunday 28 July||Open||2|
|Club Classic||Sunday 28 July
|Singles Stableford||Wednesday 31 July
|Ladies 2-Person Team Event||Thursday 1 August||Open||1|
|L. & G. Singles Stableford||Monday 5 August||Open||1|
|Singles Stableford||Wednesday 7 August||Open||1|
|Nenagh Eire Og Classic||Friday 9 August||Open||1|
|Singles Stableford||Sunday 11 August||Open||1|
|Singles Stableford||Wednesday 14 August||Open||1|
||Saturday 17 August||Sunday 18 August||Open||2|
|Fourball Betterball||Sunday 18 August||Open||1|
|Singles Stableford||Wednesday 21 August||Open||1|
|Singles Stableford||Wednesday 28 August
|Singles Stableford||Saturday 31 August
||Sunday 1 September||Open||2|
|Singles Stableford||Sunday 1 September||Open||1|
|Singles Stableford||Wednesday 4 September||Open||1|
|Singles Stableford||Saturday 7 September||Open||1
|Singles Stableford||Wednesday 11 September||Open||1|
|Singles Stableford||Wednesday 18 September||Open||1|
|Singles Stableford||Wednesday 25 September
|Singles Stableford||Saturday 28 September
||Sunday 29 September||Open||2|
|Singles Stableford||Sunday 29 September
|Singles Stableford||Wednesday 2 October||Open||1|
|14-Hole Seniors 10am to 12pm||Friday 4 October||Open||1|
|Singles Stableford||Wednesday 9 October||Open||1|
|14-Hole Seniors 10am to 12pm||Friday 11 October||Open||1|
|Singles Stableford||Saturday 12 October||Sunday 13 October||Open||2|
|Singles Stableford||Sunday 13 October||Open||1|
|Singles Stableford||Wednesday 16 October||Open||1|
|14-Hole Seniors 10am to 12pm||Friday 18 October||Open||1|
|Singles Stableford||Saturday 19 October||Sunday 20 October||Open||2|
|Singles Stableford||Sunday 20 October||Open||1|
|Singles Stableford||Wednesday 23 October||Open||1|
|14-Hole Seniors 10am to 12pm||Friday 25 October||Open||1|
|3-Person Team Event||Saturday 26 October||Sunday 27 October||Open||2|
|3-Person Team Event||Sunday 27 October||Open||1|
|L. & G. Singles Stableford
||Monday 28 October||Open||1|
|14-Hole Seniors 10am to 12pm||Friday 1 November||Open||1|
|14-Hole Seniors 10am to 12pm||Friday 8 November||Open||1|
|14-Hole Seniors 10am to 12pm||Friday 15 November||Open||1|
|14-Hole Seniors 10am to 12pm||Friday 22 November||Open||1|
|14-Hole Seniors 10am to 12pm||Friday 29 November
|14-Hole Seniors 10am to 12pm||Friday 6 December||Open||1|
|14-Hole Seniors 10am to 12pm||Friday 13 December||Open||1|
|14-Hole Seniors 10am to 12pm||Friday 27 December||Open||1|
Card of the Course
|White||Par 72 SSS 71 5,877 m|
|Red||Par 73 SSS 72 5,110 m|
|Green||Par 72 SSS 69 5,580 m|
|Blue||Par 72 SSS 72 6,068 m|
Men's Course Record: Am. 65 Shane Hogan (0) 21/07/2013
Ladies Course Record: 73 Liz Bennett (5) 30/08/2009
Nenagh Golf Club won the Munster Final of the Pierce Purcell Shield when they beat Kanturk Golf Club by 4-matches to 1-match at Co. Tipperary on Sunday 22th July 2018.
First on the tee was Jim Gleeson with Ger Tucker who beat John Duggan with Neil Meade by 2 and 1, they were followed by Ger Clifford with Tom Quinlisk who had a comfortable 4 and 3 win over John Lane with Jerry Piggott, next up were Pat Ryan with Mark O’Dwyer who had a 2 and 1 win over John Corbett with Mike Sheehy, in the penultimate match of David Hickey with Martin Reddan against Stephen Stokes with Richie Philpott and bottom match of James Reddan with Martin Fogarty against Billy Daly with Denis Hickey were both recorded as halves when called-in.
They made the short journey to Thurles Golf Club to participate in the All-Ireland Deciders and were drawn against Leinster Champions Newbridge Golf Club in the All-Ireland Semi-Final on Thursday 4th October and again had a 4-matchs to 1-match win over the men from Kildare.
They were led out by Denis Corrigan with Martin Fogarty who beat Robbie Brennan with Thomas Behan by 4 and 2, they were followed by Ger Clifford with Tom Quinlisk against Joseph Byrne with Lorcan Quinlan they recorded a similar result, next on the tee was Pat Ryan with Mark O’Dwyer who halved their match against Jason Thorpr, in the penultimate match David Hickey with Martin Reddan had a very comfortable 6 and 5 win over Michael Donnelly with Francis Mackey and in the bottom match of James Reddan with Pat Hogan Jnr. recorded a halve against Gavin O’Brien with Ollie McGuinness.
The following day they met Connaught Champions Athlone Golf Club and were led out again by Denis Corrigan with Martin Fogarty who recorded a halve against Ciaran O’Connor with Tadg Mannion, they were followed by Ger Clifford with Tom Quinlisk who beat Michael Ryan with Denis Earley by 3 and 2, next up was Pat Ryan with Mark O’Dwyer who recorded a halve against Liam Browne with Denis Hellen, in the penultimate match of David Hickey with Martin Reddan who had a convincing 8 and 6 win over Aidan O’Driscoll with John Galvin and in the bottom match of James Reddan with Pat Hogan Jnr. against Paul Burke with Declan Corrigan was recorded as a 5 and 3 win for the Tipperary team and with it the green pennant.
Nenagh Golf Club won the All-Ireland Pierce Purcell Shield at Carton House Golf Club on Friday 16th September 2016; have beaten close neighbors and defending All-Ireland Champions, Thurles Golf Club at Douglas Golf Club on Sunday 17th July with a 3½-matches to 1½-matches in the Munster Final.
First on the tee that day was Paddy Kennedy with Padraig Hackett who went down to Pat Coote with Johnny Nevin on the 19th they were followed by Bernard Hackett with Patrick J. Hogan who recorded the first points with a 2-hole win over Adrian O’Keeffe with Roger McLoughlin, next up was Mel Gleeson with John Hogan who beat Tom Quigley & John Dwan by 6 and 5, in the penultimate match Eamonn O’Brien with Jim Gleeson recorded a halve against Steve Quigley with Jack Looby in the bottom match David Hickey with Matthew O’Gara Jnr. Had a convincing 5 and 4 win over Shane Quigley with Martin Fahy.
They made their way to Carton House Golf Club to compete in the All-Ireland Deciders, they were drawn against Ulster Champions Nuremore Golf Club in the All-Ireland Semi-Final on the Thursday when they recorded a 4-matches to 1-match win.
First on the tee was Paddy Kennedy was Padraig Hackett who beat Jason Hughes with Padraig Brennan by 6 and 4, they were followed by Bernard Hackett with Pat J. Hogan who recorded a very comfortable 7 and 6 win over Brian Busby with Peadar Hand, next on the tee were Mel Gleeson with John Hogan who clinched their place in the All-Ireland decider with a 6 and 5 win over Andrew Capaldi with Noel McNally, the penultimate match of Thomas Slattery with Jim Gleeson against Cormac Lane with Pat Sheridan and the bottom match of David Hickey with Matthew O'Gara against Stephen Quigley with Gerry Eakin were both declared as halves when called-in.
They met Connacht Champions Castlebar Golf Club who had accounted for Leinster Champions Castlecomer with a 3-matches to 2-matches in their Semi-Final the following day in the decider.
They were led out again by Patrick Kennedy with Padraig Hackett who beat Pat Waldron with Michael Heneghan by 5 and 4, next on the tee were Bernard Hackett with Pat J. Hogan who had a 5 and 4 win over Stephen Munnelly with Thomas Ruane, they were followed by Mel Gleeson with John Hogan halved their match against David Molloy with Paul Fitzgerald, in the penultimate match Thomas Slattery with Jim Gleeson also recorded a halve against Sean Haugh with Declan Prendergast the bottom match of David Hickey with Matthew O’Gara clinched the Green Pennant with a 5 and 4 win against Val Jennings with Michael McHugh.
Club Captain Michael Fitzgibbon acted as Selector and Team Captain and they were managed by Tony McCann. The reserves on the day were Willian Ryan, Eamon O'Brien, Bill Duff, Liam O'Gara and Martin Guest.
Tipperary Senior Hurlers had had a relative easy All-Ireland win over Kilkenny by 2-29 to 2-20 on the first Sunday in September I suppose with a 4-matches to 1-match results in their All-Ireland Semi an Final results this has to be on par.
Nenagh Golf Club won the Munster Final of the Pierce Purcell Shield when they beat Waterville Golf Club by 3 matches to 2 matches at Mitchelstown on Sunday 18th July 2010, having defeated Skibbereen Golf Club in the morning semi-finals. The team on the day was Matt O’Gara with Tony Finan who beat Dave Farrell with Noel O’Sullivan by 6 and 5, David Hickey with John Hickey lost out to Gary Galvin with Kevin O’Dwyer by 2 and 1, Patsy Farrell with Sean O’Donnell beat Finbarr McGillycuddy with Padraig Doyle by 2 and 1, P. J. Hogan with Bernard Hackett beat Ray Sheehan with Robbie Cotter and William Harty with Sean McLoughlin lost to Alan O’Shea with John O’Connell by 6 and 4.
They made the journey to Castlebar Golf Club to participate in the National Finals where they were drawn against Ulster Champions Lisburn Golf Club in the All-Ireland Semi-Finals on Thursday 16th September, who they beat by 3 matches to 2 matches.
First on the tee was Matt O’Gara with Tony Finan who recorded a 4 and 3 win over C. Cork with C. Hill, they were followed by Patsy Farrell with Sean O’Donnell who lost out to B. Houston with P. Smyth by 3 and 2, next on the tee was David and John Hickey against M. Stewart with B. McQuillan, this match also went to the Antrim team by 4 and 3. The penultimate match of P. J. Hogan with Bernard Hackett against A. Walker with J. Kelso went 4 and 3 to Nenagh. It was all down to the bottom match of William Harty with Sean McLoughlin against R. Campbell with C. Jeffers to decide which team would progress to the decider the following day when William and Sean delivered a 2-hole victory and Nenagh went on to meet Leinster Champions Curragh in the All-Ireland Final.
They were led again by Matt O’Gara with Tony Finan who lost out to James Murphy with Paul Hogan by 3 and 2, they were followed by Patsy Farrell with Sean O’Donnell who also lost their match by 3 and 2 against Eddie Trant & Pat Sullivan, they were followed by Paddy Peters with Noel O’Dwyer against Brian and Brendan Daly, this match also went to the Kildare club by 6 and 4 and with it any hope of winning yet another All-Ireland pennant. The penultimate match of Bernard Hackett with P. J. Hogan was a very convincing 6 and 5 win over Derek Farrell with Derek Kelly, the bottom match of William Harty with Sean McLoughlin was halved against Paul Hensey with Tom Tobin.
Nenagh Golf Club won the All-Ireland Final of the Jimmy Bruen Shield at Tullamore Golf Club in September 2009.
They were drawn against Ulster Champions Foyle International Golf Club in the All-Ireland Semi-Finals.
First on the tee was Paul Moloney with Paddy Kennedy who went all the way to the 21st before beating Stuart Gauld with Cormac McGeady. They were followed by Cian Heffernan with Matthew O'Gara who beat Chris Lynch with Kevin Dunn by 1-hole. Next up was Michael Corrigan with Jimmy Griffin who had a convincing 5 and 5 win over Brendan Barr with Martin Loughrey. The penultimate match of Michael Scroope with Sean Forde went to the Derry pair of Damien Martin with Tony McGinley by 5and 3. The bottom match of Tom Lawlor with T. J. Burns also went to the Ulster Champions of Michael Gallagher with David Knox by 4 and 3. The 3 matches to 2 matches put them into the decider with Munster Champions Waterford Golf Club, who overcame Connaught Champions Carrick-on-Shannon by 3 ½ matches to 1½ matches.
They were lead again by Paul Moloney with Paddy Kennedy who had the dream start against Anthony Aherne with Colin Lynch and recorded a 6 and 5 win to put the first point on the board. They were followed by Cian Heffernan with Matthew O'Gara who halved their match against Anthony Mulhall with John Power. Next up was Michael Tierney with Michael Fahey who beat Mark Daly with Eanna Griffin by 4 and 3. The penultimate match of Dennis Corrigan with Liam O'Gara also resulted in a, halve against Anthony Feicks with Francis Power, but that halve secured the necessary result to see the coveted green-pennant go to the men from Tipperary. The bottom match say Michael Corrigan with Jimmy Griffin record a very comfortable 6 and 4 win over Andy Ryan with Martin Freeman, to put the icing-on-the-cake.
Nenagh Golf Club won the Munster Final of the Irish Mixed Foursomes when they beat Fermoy Golf Club by 4 matches to 1 match at Dooks Golf Club on 12th August 2006.
They had to take the long road to Clandeboye Golf Club for the All-Ireland Finals where they were drawn against Connaught Champions Ballinasloe Golf Club in the All-Ireland Semi-Finals.
First up on the tee were Billy and Carmel Burke against Dermot Dunican with Lena Donohue who won by 2 and 1. They were followed by Jim Gleeson with Marie Scroope against Kevin Cunniffe with Catherine Owens, they won their match by 4 and 3. Next up were Paddy Heffernan with Ber Kavanagh who lost to Frank Donohue with Mary Madden by 2 and 1. The penultimate match of Paddy Kennedy with Winnie Ryan beat Mark Conneely with Ann Staunton by 1-hole. The final pairing of David Reddan with Iris Dennison halved their match with Enda Finn and Rita Spellman.
They met the Leinster Champions Enniscorthy Golf Club in the afternoon All-Ireland Final, Enniscorthy having beaten Ulster Champions Scrabo Golf Club by 3 and halve matches to 1 and halve matches in the morning.
First up were Jim Gleeson with Marie Scroope William Rackard with Stella Sinnott, the Wexford pair took this one by 2 and 1. They were followed by P. J. Hogan with Marie Corrigan against Cormac Martin with Jennifer King who lost by 2-holes, David Reddan with Iris Dennison had a convincing 5 and 3 win over P. J. Murphy with Eimear McGrath. The penultimate match saw Billy and Carmel Burke lose out to Paul Gorby with Lori Whitney by a single-hole. Paddy Kennedy with Winnie Ryan halved their match against Michael Healy with Pauline Byrne.
Nenagh Golf Club won the Munster Championship of the J. B. Carr Diamond Trophy in 2005 and were drawn against Leinster Champions Stackstown in the All-Ireland Semi-Finals at the picturesque Woodenbridge Golf Club in Co. Wicklow, on 17th September, they lost out to the eventual All-Ireland Champions by 3 ½ matches to 1 ½ matches.
Christy Hartigan (14) and Martin Slattery (17) qualified with 42 pts. at Druid's Heath in the National Final of the O2 All-Ireland Masters. They qualified for the Grand Final played at the Kempinski Resort Hotel, Estepona, Spain in October 2004. They set out for the 5* Hotel on 9th October where having played a practice round they then went on to compete in the Grand Final over four days.
Nenagh won the Irish Mixed Foursomes in 2003
Nenagh won the All-Ireland Final of the Irish Mixed Foursomes at Galway Golf Club on 4th September 2003.
They met Connaught Champions City Enniscrone in the All-Ireland Semi-Final and recorded 3-matches to 2-matches victory over the Sligo team. They were led by Paddy Kennedy (8) with Winnie Ryan (18) who beat Declan Kyne (6) with Louise Loftus (26) by 2 and 1. They were followed by Frank Flannery (6) with Iris Dennison (22) who lost their match by 4 and 3 against Arthur McMahon (2) with Marie Carroll (28). Next up was Michael Scroope (8) with Marie Scroope (25) who beat Brendan Browne (5) with Pamela Healy (18) by 4 and 2. The penultimate match of Pat Foley (9) with Kathleen Heffernan (24) went 3 an2 to Jim Rickard (10) with Carmel Geraty (25).
With everything hinging on the bottom match of Brendan Kennedy (9) with Margaret Gaynor (25) who beat Derek Basquill (2) with Cindy Hughes (24) by 4 and 2, they secured their place in the All-Ireland decider against Northern Champions Scrabo who beat Leinster Champions Balcarrick Golf Club by 3-matches to 2-matches in their Semi-Final. They were led again by Paddy Kennedy (8) with Winnie Ryan (18) who beat Peter Busby (7) with Sara Louise Busby (15) by 4 and 3. They were followed by Denis Corrigan (7) with Kathleen Heffernan (24) who lost by 2 and 1 to Marty Moreland (1) with Karen Clarke (23).
Next up was Michael (8) and Marie Scroope (25) who had to go all the way to the 21st-hole before securing the point against Noel Wishart (3) with Alison Hiles (24). The penultimate match of Jim Gleeson (11) with Margaret Walsh (18) secured the green-pennant when they beat Stewart McCormick (4) with Cath Spence (21) by 3 and 2. In the bottom match Brendan Kennedy (9) with Margaret Gaynor (25) lost by 2 and 1 to Ryan Boal (1) with Debbie Cowan (31).
Nenagh won their first Barton Shield Munster Final when they overcame a b Tramore at Lahinch Golf Club in 2002. The team was David Hunt, Collwyn Martin, John Tierney, Paul Burke, Frank Maher and Ronan Maher. They were, captained by Paul Malone. They were drawn against Ballinasloe in the All-Ireland Semi-Final at Galway Golf Club on September 5th.
Prior to 2001:
Nenagh Golf Club won the All-Ireland Pierce Purcell Shield at Athlone G. C. in 1998. The team was Willie Harty Anthony Finan, Sean O'Donoghue, Tony Grace, Liam Hackett, Paddy Martin, Tommy Gayner, Paul Malony, John Hickey, Dinny Ryan, Brendan Galvin John Maher, Paddy Hogan, Charlie Cavanagh, Sean O'Gara and Billy Borgan. They were captained by Noel Cleary and managed by Michael Scroope and Stan Heary.
Nenagh won the All-Ireland Jimmy Bruen Shield at Dundalk G. C. in 1997. The team was Pat McGrath, S. O'Donoghue, Kevin Walshe, Michael Fitzgibbon, Jim O'Sullivan, Denis Corrigan, Rev. Pat Cotter, Gerry Ryan, Brendan Kennedy, Michael Scroope, Enda Heenan, Pat Foley, Frank Flannery and Jim Whelehan. They were captained by Pat Moriarity and managed by Paddy Kennedy.
They won the All-Ireland Pierce Purcell Shield in the GUI Centenary year at Malone G. C. in 1991, having won it two years before at Woodbrook G. C. in 1989. When the team was Tom Hargrove, Pat Quigley, Bartley Lydon, Lal Molloy, Martin Molloy, Martin Callagy, Niall Jordan, Cathal Jordan, Dave Hanley and Paschal McDonagh, they were captained by Martin Faherty.
They won the Munster Pierce Purcell Shield in 1993, when the team was Sean O'Donoghue, Noel O'Dwyer, George Hayes, Jim Whelehan, Frank Moloney, Liam O'Gara, Tony Finnan, Sean Minogue, Patrick Collison, Brendan Galvin and Willie Duff. They were, captained by Gerry Ryan.
They won the Duggan Cup in 1996, the Central Towns, in 1980, 1988,1989, 1993 and 1996.
They were All-Ireland Silver medal winners in the Club Youths Championship in 1998 when the team was Conor O'Dwyer, Ronan Maher, David O'Halloran, Eoin Peters and Kevin McGrath. They were, captained by Murt O'Connor. The won the Munster Club Youths the following year when the team was Ronan Maher, David O'Halloran, Colwyn Martin, Kevin McGrath, John Slattery, Noel Maloney and Connor O'Dwyer. They were, captained again by Murt O'Connor.
The Ladies of Nenagh won the Senior Cup in 1996 when the team was Karen Whelan, Karen Maguie, Fidelma O'Brien, Sarah Baker, Liz McKeever and Alice Varley. They won the Junior Cup in 1991 with C. O'Flaherty, M. Meaney and E. Slattery. T
hey won the ILGU Intermediate League in 1993, when the team was G. Cullen, L. McKeever, F. O'Brien, M. McCarthy and M. Meaney.
They won the Tipperary League in 1996 with Fiona Murnane, Majella McLoughney, Anne Seymour, Cordella Cormack and Fiona Coyle.
Alice Varley and Mary Meaney won the Eileen Murphy Perpetual Trophy in 1993.
Members who played representative golf for Country or Province;
Pat Lyons represented Ireland as a Senior International in 1986 playing 5-times won 1-match and lost 4-matches accumulating 2-points;
Paul Byrne represented Ireland at international Youths level in 1996 playing 4-matches, won 1-match and lost 3-matches accumulating 2-points. He represented Munster as a Senior Interprovincial from 1997 to 1998 playing 9-times won 3-matches halved one and lost 5-matches accumulating 7-points. He represented Munster at Youths’ Interprovincial level from 1994 to 1996 playing 10-times won 4-matches halved one and lost 5-matches accumulating 9-points. He represented Munster in the Boys Interprovincial Championships in 1993 playing 6-times won 4-matches and lost 2-matches accumulating 8-points;
Collwyn Martin represented Munster as a Senior Interprovincial from 2002 to 2003 playing 11-times won 2-matches halved four and lost 5-matches accumulating 8-points. He represented Munster at Youths’ Interprovincial level from 1997 to 1999 playing 16-times won 6-matches halved one and lost 9-matches accumulating 13-points;
Ronan Maher represented Munster at Youths’ Interprovincial in 2000 playing 5-times won 3-matches halved one and lost 1-match accumulating 7-points. He represented Munster in the Boys Interprovincial Championships in 1996 playing 6-times won 1-match halved two and lost 3-matches accumulating 4-points;
Gordon Morrison represented Munster at Youths’ Interprovincial level in 1991 playing 3-times won 1-match and lost 2-matches accumulating 2-points;
Davy Redan represented Munster at Youths’ Interprovincial level in 1990 playing 6-times won 1-match and lost 5-matches accumulating 2-points;
History of Nenagh
Nenagh Instituted 1892 affiliated 1929
Although the Nenagh Golf Club gives its foundation date as 1929 and its first AGM held on 23rd February 1929, with Lord Dunally as President.
There is plenty of evidence that golf was played at Nenagh as early as 1892. The Golfing Annual 1895-96 gives a foundation date as 13th October 1892, with H. Waring as Captain, J.W.C. Barry as the Hon. Secretary and the President was Lord Dunally. It had 49 members, 20 of which were Ladies. This club would appear to have survived until the Great War when the course was given over for cultivation. As early as 1920 the club began to reform and was up and running again by 1929.
Roll of Honour
|Gabriel Nugent||1990||Ladies Captain|
|E. Mellett||1990||Ladies President|
|Gerry Quinlan||1990||Men's Captain|
|Theresa Gleeson||1991||Ladies Captain|
|Eileen Scroope||1991||Ladies President|
|Noel O'Meara||1991||Men's Captain|
|Bridy Lewis||1992||Ladies Captain|
|Olive Harris||1992||Ladies President|
|Noel O'Dwyer||1992||Men's Captain|
|Anne Griffin||1993||Ladies Captain|
|Breda O'Regan||1993||Ladies President|
|Paddy Heffernan||1993||Men's Captain|
|Ann Bradley||1994||Ladies Captain|
|Barbra Walshe||1994||Ladies President|
|Michael McCormack||1994||Men's Captain|
|Elizabet McKeever||1995||Ladies Captain|
|Helga Malone||1995||Ladies President|
|Liam Heffernan||1995||Men's Captain|
|Alice Varley||1996||Ladies Captain|
|Theresa Gleeson||1996||Ladies President|
|Denis O'Sullivan||1996||Men's Captain|
|Theresa Starr||1997||Ladies Captain|
|Mary Meaney||1997||Ladies President|
|Aussie Dennison||1997||Men's Captain|
|Julley Craig||1998||Ladies Captain|
|Mary Hilliard||1998||Ladies President|
|Murdo Morrison||1998||Men's Captain|
|Christian Dore||1999||Ladies Captain|
|Mary Hilliard||1999||Ladies President|
|Sean O'Donnell||1999||Men's Captain|
|Maeve DeLoughry||2000||Ladies Captain|
|Phillis McKenna||2000||Ladies President|
|Michael Fitzgibbon||2000||Men's Captain|
|Elizabeth McAvinchey||2001||Ladies Captain|
|Kathleen Heffernan||2001||Ladies President|
|Michael Scroope||2001||Men's Captain|
|Karen McGrath||2002||Ladies Captain|
|P. J. Hayes||2002||Men's Captain|
|Christine Lamass||2003||Ladies Captain|
|Ann Griffin||2003||Ladies President|
|Noel Cleary||2003||Men's Captain|
|Marie Corrigan||2004||Ladies Captain|
|C. Murnane||2004||Ladies President|
|G. P. Ryan||2004||Men's Captain|
|Noreen O'Meara||2005||Ladies Captain|
|Peggy O'Malley||2005||Ladies President|
|Aussie Dennison||2005||Men's Captain|
|Betty Hynes||2006||Ladies Captain|
|Betty Hynes||2006||Ladies President|
|Michael McMahon||2006||Men's Captain|
|Jo Aherne||2007||Ladies Captain|
|Christine Dore||2007||Ladies President|
|Kevin Walshe||2007||Men's Captain|
|Nora Hogan||2008||Ladies Captain|
|Teresa Fleming||2008||Ladies President|
|Bernard Delahunty||2008||Men's Captain|
|Sadie Callanan||2009||Ladies Captain|
|Ann Bradley||2009||Ladies President|
|David Jones||2009||Men's Captain|
|Michael J. Boland||2009||President|
|Mary Ryan||2010||Ladies Captain|
|Mary Mongan||2010||Ladies President|
|Jim O’Sullivan||2010||Men's Captain|
|P. J. Hayes||2010||President|
|Marie Scroope||2011||Ladies Captain|
|Vera O'Brien||2011||Ladies President|
|Michael Manning||2011||Men's Captain|
|Breda Fitzgibbon||2012||Ladies Captain|
|Vera O'Brien||2012||Ladies President|
|Sean Minogue||2012||Men's Captain|
|Mary R. Ryan||2013||Ladies Captain|
|Margaret Walsh||2013||Ladies President|
|Eamon Callanan||2013||Men's Captain|
|Carmel Vekins||2014||Ladies Captain|
|Mary Ryan||2014||Ladies President|
|Pat Foley||2014||Men's Captain|
|Toni Brophy||2015||Ladies Captain|
|Des O'Carroll||2015||Men's Captain|
|Rita Nagle||2016||Ladies Captain|
|Michael Fitzgibbon||2016||Men's Captain|
|Betty Hynes||2017||Ladies Captain|
|Liz McKeever||2017||Ladies President|
|Brian Duggan||2017||Men's Captain|
|Helen McMahon||2018||Ladies Captain|
|Maeve De Loughry||2018||Ladies President|
|Andrew Warren||2018||Men's Captain|
|Mary O'Shea||2019||Ladies Captain|
|Hugh Maher||2019||Men's Captain|
|Liz Bennett (5)||2019||Lowest Ladies Handicap|
|Shane Hogan||2019||Lowest Men's Handicap|
|Tristan O'Rourke||2019||Lowest Men's Handicap|
|Darragh Burke||2019||Lowest Men's Handicap|
|Ronan Maher (0)||2019||Lowest Men's Handicap|
|Collwyn Martin (+3)||2019||Lowest Men's Handicap|
|Paul Carey||2019||Lowest Men's Handicap|
Holes in One at Nenagh
|Member||Date||Hole No.||Club Used||Distance|
|Michael Larkin||9 April 2000||15th||140 m|
|Perry Maloney||14 July 2005||6th||142 m|
|Noreen O’Meara||8 September 2006||6th||142 m|
|Helen E. Leo||10 November 2007||6th||142 m|
|Julie Barkman||2 July 2009||11th||109 m|
|Sadie Conroy||1 October 2009||11th||109 m|