Mullingar golf club Westmeath

Mullingar golf course Westmeath

Mullingar Golf Course

Mullingar Club Crest

Mullingar Golf Club moved to its present location in 1937. The legendary James Braid designed this demanding 18-hole par 72 Championship course. It is set in a beautiful parkland location, with a fantastic variety of very old oak, beech and various other indigenous trees to this area of the country. In recent years all bunkers have been enlarged and some new strategically placed ones added. Also, the 11th and 17th have, been extended, with new tee boxes. The 2nd is probably the most famous, in that it was once, regarded by the great Christy O’Connor "Himself" as the best inland par 3 in Ireland.

The new Clubhouse is a very spacious and modern open plan building. Full catering facilities are available at all times.

Mullingar is not just, a fine golf course the friendly and hospitable atmosphere is felt the moment you arrive and remains long after you have left this haven of sheer joy and tranquillity.

Mullingar is the venue of the Mullingar Scratch Cup, one of Irelands premier Championships and the All-Ireland Father and Son competition.

Mullingar was voted the No. 81-ranked golf course in Ireland, by "Golf Digest Ireland" in 2017 (Down-2);

Mullingar was voted the No. 83-ranked golf course in Ireland, by "Golf Digest Ireland" in 2016 (Down-1);

Mullingar was voted the No. 82-ranked golf course in Ireland, by "Golf Digest Ireland" in 2015 (Down-3);

Mullingar was voted the No. 79-ranked golf course in Ireland, by "Golf Digest Ireland" in 2014 (Up-6);

Mullingar was voted the No. 85-ranked golf course in Ireland, by "Golf Digest Ireland" in 2013 (Down-5);

Mullingar was voted the No. 80-ranked golf course in Ireland, by "Golf Digest Ireland" in 2012;

Mullingar was voted the No. 78-ranked golf course in Ireland, by "Golf Digest Ireland" in 2010;

Mullingar was voted the No. 24 Parkland/Inland Course in Ireland by "Backspin" Irelands leading Golf magazine in 2010, the panel comprised of a selection of 52 Professional and amateur golfers throughout Ireland;

Mullingar was voted the No. 56-ranked golf course in Ireland, by "Golf Digest Ireland" in 2009;

Mullingar was voted the No. 33-ranked golf course in Ireland, by "Golf Digest Ireland" in 2008;

Mullingar was voted the  No. 20 Parkland/Inland Course in Ireland by "Backspin" Irelands leading Golf magazine in 2008, the panel comprised of a selection of 52 Professional and amateur golfers throughout Ireland.

Green Fees Monday: €30
Green Fees Tuesday to Friday:
€35
Green Fees Weekends & B.H.: €40
Green Fees with a Member: €25
Green Fees for Opens: €20
Practice Area: Yes
Club Hire: €30
Yes
Buggy Hire: €30
Yes
Soft Spikes: Yes
Full Membership Available: Yes
Full Membership Fee: €850
Full Senior Membership Fee: €510
Full Country Membership Fee: €340
Full Student Membership Fee: €190
Full Junior Membership Fee: €120
Entrance Fee: Yes
Course Type Parkland
No Holes 18
Designer James Braid
Founded 1894
Address

Belvedere,
Mullingar,
Co. Westmeath

Telephone 044-93-48366
Email info@mullingargolfclub.ie
Website Mullingar golf club website
Office Manager: Ann Cox
Captain: John Tweddle
Lady Captain: Siobhan O’Donnell-Murphy
Presidents': Michael Donnellan & Veronica Moran
Vice-Captains': Tom Moore & Ann Marie Conlon
Hon. Secretary: Michael Kearns, Brendan Ganley & Fiona Burke
Club Pro: James Quinlivan Erick Byrne Ass.
Hon. Treasurer: Donald Bell, Billy Flanagan & Susan Trapp
Comp. Secretary: John Tweddle & Kay Browne
Mullingar Golf Course Layout Course Layout

Location Map

GPS Coord*
Lat:53.479816
Long:-7.357573
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General Facts & Information

Course opening hours: Daylight hours Clubhouse opening hours: 10.00am to 11.00pm
Mobile phones: Not on course
Dress Code: Neat and casual, no denim
Catering: Full catering, facilities Days to Avoid: Sundays & Bank Holidays
Green Fees and Societies Welcome: Other Days Pre-booking for open Tournaments:14 Days in advance

Mullingar Golf Club Fixtures 2017 provisional*

Open & Major Fixtures 2017 (Confirmed)        
Event Start Finish Type Duration
Captains' Drive-In Sunday 5 March   Closed 1
Lady Captain's Prize to the Men Sunday 30 April   Closed 1
Lady Vice-Captain's Prize Tuesday 24 May   Closed 1
Vice-Captain's Prize Saturday 28 May   Closed 1
Captain's Prize to the Ladies Wednesday 7 June   Closed 1
Captain's Prize (Q) Saturday 1 July
Sunday 2 July Closed 2
Captain's Prize (Q) Sunday 2 July
  Closed 1
Captain's Prize Saturday 8 July   Closed 1
Lady Captain's Prize Final Sunday 16 July   Closed 1
President's Prize Saturday 29 July
Sunday 30 July
Closed 2
President's Prize Sunday 30 July
  Closed 1
President's Prize to the Ladies
Tuesday 9 August   Closed 1
Lady President's Prize Sunday 3 September   Closed 1
3-Person Team Event any Combination
Friday 14 April
  Open 1
4-Person Team Event any Combination Monday 17 April
  Open
1
L. & G. Singles Stableford Friday 21 April   Open 1
Mullingar Rugby Club Classic Friday 28 April   Open 1
3-Person Team Event any Combination Monday 1 May   Open 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford Friday 5 May   Open 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford Friday 12 May   Open 1
Ladies Fourball Sunday 14 May   Open 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford Friday 19 May   Open 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford Friday 26 May   Open 1
Start of Open Week Saturday 3 June
Sunday 11 June Open 8
Fourball any Combination
Saturday 3 June
  Open 1
Singles Stableford Sunday 4 June
  Open 1
3-Person Team Event any Combination Monday 5 June
  Open 1
Fourball any Combination Tuesday 6 June
  Open 1
Singles Stableford
Wednesday 7 June   Open 1
Fourball any Combination Thursday 8 June   Open 1
3-Person Team Event any Combination Friday 9 June   Open 1
Singles Stableford
Saturday 10 June   Open 1
Junior Scratch Cup Sunday 11 June   Open 1
Inter. Scratch Cup Sunday 11 June   Open 1
LARCC Classcic Tuesday 13 June   Open 1
Shandonagh GAA Classic Friday 16 June   Open 1
All-Ireland Father & Son Fourball Saturday 17 June   Open 1
Irish Ladies Close Championships Wednesday 21 June Sunday 25 June ILGU 5
Irish Ladies Close Championships Thursday 22 June   ILGU 1
Irish Ladies Close Championships Friday 23 June   ILGU 1
Irish Ladies Close Championships Saturday 24 June   ILGU 1
Irish Ladies Close Championships Sunday 25 June   ILGU  
Seniors Singles Stableford 55+
Thursday 6 July
  Open
1
St. Loman's Classic
Friday 7 July   Open 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford Friday 14 July   Open 1
Minor Scratch Cup (18 to 28) Monday 20 July   Open 1
Club Classic
Friday 21 July   Open 1
Ladies Singles Stableford Wednesday 26 July   Open 1
Westmeath GAA Classic
Friday 28 July   Open 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford Friday 4 August   Open 1
Mullingar Senior Scratch Cup Sunday 6 August
Monday 7 August Open 2
Mullingar Senior Scratch Cup Monday 7 August   Open 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford Friday 11 August   Open 1
Singles Stableford Sunday 13 August   Open 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford Friday 18 August   Open 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford Friday 25 August   Open 1
ST. Oliver Plunket's GAA Classic
Friday 1 September   Open 1
Ladies Singles Stableford Wednesday 6 September   Open 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford Friday 8 September   Open 1
Ladies 3-Person Team Event Wednesday 13 September   Open 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford Friday 15 September   Open 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford Friday 22 September
  Open 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford Friday 29 September   Open 1

*Please check information before travelling

Card of the Course

KeyData
White Par 72 SSS 72 6,412 yd's
Yellow Par 72 SSS 71 6,081 yd's
Red Par 74 SSS 73 5,703 yd's
Blue Par 72 SSS 73 6,683 yd's

Card

Hole No. Blue White Yellow Par Index Red Par Index
1 343 328 318 4 15 294 4 11
2 209 197 182 3 5 170 3 4
3 390 381 370 4 9 264 4 18
4 530 521 482 5 3 476 5 1
5 192 175 161 3 11 176 3 12
6 332 316 302 4 13 305 4 9
7 454 442 419 4 1 429 5 15
8 369 349 337 4 8 321 4 3
9 369 338 327 4 17 323 4 7
Out 3,164 3,047 2,898 35   2,758 36  
10 474 458 425 4 2 450 5 6
11 409 389 356 4 6 312 4 13
12 165 151 123 3 14 130 3 14
13 398 388 374 4 7 329 4 8
14 498 468 444 5 18 418 5 17
15 170 156 143 3 12 157 3 16
16 493 479 470 5 10 420 5 5
17 406 390 376 4 4 320 4 2
18 506 486 472 5 16 409 5 10
In 3,519 3,365 3,183 37   2,945 38  
Total 6,683 6,412 6,081 72   5,703 74  
SSS 73 72 71     73    

Notable rounds

Men's Course Record: Am. 60 Noel Fox Pro. 64

Ladies Course Record:

Members Achievements

The Ladies of Mullingar Golf Club won the Mid-Leinster Final of the Minor Cup in the ILGU Inter-club Championship in 2010, when they beat Mount Wolseley Golf Club by 4-matches to 1-match.

They made their way to Donabate Golf Club to compete in the National deciders and met Ulster Champions Malone Golf Club in the All-Ireland Semi-Final on Saturday 25th September,

first on the tee was Siobhan Ruane (23) who lost her match against Anne McCoubrey (23) by 4 and 2, she was followed by Alison Maguire (24) who had a 4 and 3 lose against Catherine Cairns (23), next up was Joan Heery (25) who lost by 5 and 3 to Norma Stewart (23), the bottom two matches of Eileen Trapp (26) against Janet Pritchard (24) and Emma Woodhouse (26) against Norma Scott (28) were recorded as halves.

The Ladies of Mullingar Golf Club won the Mid-Leinster Final of the Challenge Cup in the ILGU Inter-club Championship in 2010, when they beat Rathsallagh Golf Club by 3½ matches to 1½ matches, first on the tee was Alison O’Neill (30) who beat Trish McMahon (31) by 4 and 3, she was followed by Bernie Mulroy (34) who had a 3 and 2 win over Mary Campbell (33), next up was Tina Murphy (34) who lost her match by 2-holes to L.C. Miriam Solan (34), the penultimate match of Julie Magan (36) clinched the point when she beat Anne-Marie Burns (34) by 2 and 1, the bottom match of Ann Tyrrell (36) was halved with Kay Egan (36) when called in.

They made their way to Donabate Golf Club to compete in the National deciders and met Munster Champions Bandon Golf Club in the All-Ireland Semi-Final on Saturday 25th September, Alison O'Neill (30) led the team and lost her match 5 and 4 again against Georgina Appelbe (30), she was followed by Bernie Mulroy (34) who also went down by 3 and 2 against Eveline Fogarty (30), next up was Carmel Monaghan (34) who had a decisive 5 and 4 win over Aileen Burke (30), the penultimate match of Julie Magan (36) also went to the west Cork team with a 4 and 3 win for Theresa Burke (33), the bottom match of Ann Tyrrell (36) was halved against Michelle Anders (35). Bandon went on to win the All-Ireland when they beat Dun Laoghaire Golf Club in the decider by 3 matches to 2 matches the following day.

Mullingar Golf Club won the Leinster Final of the Irish Mixed Foursomes in 2009 and made the long journey to Bandon Golf Club, where they met Ulster Champions Strabane Golf Club in the All-Ireland Semi-Final.

They were lead by Paddy Dunne with Ann Hannon who lost out to Aidan Boyle with Ann Duffy by 5 and 4. They were followed by Aiden Tomkins with Bernie Kelly who also lost Enda Kennedy with Angela Houston by 3 and 2. With things not looking too good for the team from the Midlands up steeped Gerry Purcell with Ann-Marie Conlon who put the first point on the board with a 2 and 1 win over Darren Crawford with Caroline Connolly. The penultimate match of Frank McGinty with Brege McCarrick record a similar result for the Mullingar team against Martin Roarty with Mary McCrory.

So a place in the All-Ireland rested on the bottom match of Bernard McDonnell with Jeannette McDonnell who had a relatively comfortable 4 and 2 win over Conal Cooke with Bernie O’Kane.

They met Connacht Champions Portumna Golf Club in the decider. They were again lead by Paddy Dunne with Ann Hannon against Gerard Lynch with Audrey McGrath and lost out by 4 and 2. They were followed by Gerry Purcell with Ann-Marie Conlon who lost their match against John Harte with Mary McElroy by 4 and 3. Next up was Aiden Tomkins with Bernie Kelly who halved their match against Pat Quinlan with Mary McDonagh. The penultimate match saw the green-pennant slip away when Frank McGinty with Brege McCarrick lost out to Mick McGivern with Anita Carey by 5 and 4. The bottom match of Bernard McDonnell with Jeannette McDonnell was halved against James Porter with Mary Madden.

Mullingar Golf Club won the Leinster Final of the Barton Shield in 2006 when they beat The Island by 6-holes at The Island Golf Club on 5th August.

It was on to Enniscrone Golf Club for the National Finals, where they where drawn against Munster Champions Limerick Golf Club in the All-Ireland Semi-Final on Wednesday 13th September.

First on the tee were Des Morgan with Patrick Higgins against Michael O’Kelly and Dermot Morris, the Limerick pair gained a 5-hole lead. They were followed by John Morris with Colin Cunningham against Pat Murray with Mick Kemmy, they won their match by 2-holes, but it was not enough to prevent the Munster Champions going through to the All-Ireland Final against Co. Sligo the eventual winners.

Mullingar Golf Club won the All-Ireland Seniors Jimmy Carroll Cup in 2005, when the team was, Seamus Berry, Seamus Casey, John Cunningham, Pat Curran, Albert Lee, John Maher, Tom Mulvee, Tim O'Sullivan, Matt Talbot, Brendan Timlin and they were captained by Brian Reilly.

They won the Central Towns in 2005, when the team was, Seamus Berry, Pat Curran, Pat Dromey, Alan Moran, Tom Mulvee, David Smith, Matt Talbot, Eddie Tynan, Richard Whelehan, they were captained by Tom Kavanagh.

Mullingar Golf Club won the Tudenham Cup in 2005, when the team was, Stephen Bray, Greg Cleary, Paddy Dunne, Brendan Flynn, John Geoghegan, Peter Keegan, John C. Kelly, John Lynch, Brendan McDonnell, Alan Moran, Gerry Mulligan, Kevin Mulvee, Derek Plunkett, Frank Rooney, Aidan Tompkins and Alan Warde, they were captained by John Keane.

The Ladies of Mullingar Golf Club were Regional winners in the ILGU All-Ireland Ladies Fourball Championship in 2005, when the team was, Lucy Tormey, Bernie Kelly, Fiona Burke, Lily Gilleran, Eilish McCormack, Una Stephens, Patience Collier, Ann-Marie Fagan, Geraldine Bell, Dorothy O'Keeffe and Joanne Killian, they were captained by Cathy Smith. 

John Morris was selected on the Munster team for the Interprovincial Matches played at Portmarnock Golf Club from 11th to 13th August 2004.

D. Morris was selected on the Leinster team for the Interprovincial Matches played at Portmarnock Golf Club from 11th to 13th August 2004.

The Ladies of Mullingar Golf Club were District Champions in the Ulster Bank All-Ireland Ladies Fourball Championship in 2003, when the team was, Julie Delahunty-Moore, Dorothy O'Keeffe, Helen Collier, Geraldine Walshe, Mary McCauley, Fiona Burke, Siobhan O'Donnell-Murphy, they were captained by Brenda Conlon. 

Mullingar Golf Club won the Leinster Final of the Barton Shield at Luttrellstown Golf Club when they beat Birr in the 2002 Final. The team was V. F. Cunningham, James Quinlivan, Mervyn Cunningham, Patrick Higgins, John Morris and Peter Wallace. They were, captained by Aidan Tomkins. They were drawn against Clandeboye in the All-Ireland Semi-Finals at Galway Golf Club on September 5th. They lost out to the Ulster Champions by 5-holes, the team on the day was Peter Wallace with Des Morgan and Colin Cunningham with John Morris.

L. O'Donovan qualified for the National Finals of the Irish times-Mitsubishi Motors Women's Masters. She returned 33 points in the semi-final at Glasson Golf Hotel & Country Club on the 23rd of August 2001. Then it was on to Galway Bay Golf & Country Club for the Final on 13th September.

Mary Hamill who won the Millennium Captain's Prize to the Ladies, received an International award for her success in the face of adversity-and helped raise over $500,000 for research and treatment of Parkinson's disease. She received the "Buddy" award in McLean, Virginia, USA in May 2001.

Prior to 2001:

Mullingar Golf Club won the All-Ireland Irish Junior Cup at Co. Sligo in 1982, when the squad was John Keane, Murty Quinn, Ger Mulligan, Tom Shaw, John Wallace, Peter Keegan, Mickey Bagnall, Brendan Timlin and Jimmy Rickard. They were, captained by Tom O'Mahony.

They won the Barton Cup in 1960, when the squad was J. Lynch, M. J. Duffy, T. D. Shaw, M. McKeogh, P. J. McCartan, P. Hope, D. Feeney, L. M. Galvin, R. J. Downes and J. F. Healy.

They won The Leinster Junior Cup in 1961 with D. Solon, S. O. Catain, R. J. Downes, J. A. O'Connor and P. J. McCartan.

They won the Leinster Irish Mixed Foursomes in 1992, with C. Garry, P. Collier, T. Dighan, V. Noran, D. Bell, L. Gilleran, G. Purcell, J. McDonnell, C. Cunningham, U. Stephens, D. McLoughlin, M. Fay, P. Keegan, A. Daly and M. J. Smith was captain.

They won the Provincial Towns Cup in 1989, when the squad was D. Bell, C. Connaughton, P. Eighan, C. Garry, F. Garry, A. Geraghty, J. Ryan, P. Taaffe, M. Talbot, T. Timmons, T. Upton and they were, captained by T. Rickard.

They won the Newsam Cup in 1988, 1989 and 1995.

Albert Lee was elected Chairman of the Leinster Branch of the GUI for 2001.

Michael O'Grady won the Druid's Glen-Irish Independent Golfer of the Month, in June 1999. He received a beautiful limited-edition painting and a Fourball. Michael has won the World One Arm Championship on two occasions playing off 10.5. He reached his 7th final in June.

Members who played representative golf for Country or Province;

Joey Purcell represented Ireland as a Senior International in 1973 playing 6-times won 0-matches halved two and lost 4-matches accumulating 2-points. He represented Leinster at Senior Interprovincial level from 1973 to 1974 playing 9-times won 7-matches halved one and lost 1-matches accumulating 15-points. He represented Leinster as a Youth Interprovincial in 1973;

Des Morgan represented Leinster at Senior Interprovincial level from 2003 to 2010 playing 36-times won 19-matches halved three and lost 14-matches accumulating 41-points;   

Roger Healy represented Leinster at Boys  Interprovincial level in 1998 playing 6-times won 3-matches and lost 3-matches accumulating 6-points;

Kevin Metcalfe represented Leinster at Boys  Interprovincial level from 2007 to 2008 playing 10-times won 4-matches and lost 6-matches accumulating 8-points;

J. Murray represented Munster as a Senior Interprovincial from 1957 to 1961 playing 12-times won 7-matches halved one and lost 4-matches accumulating 15-points; 

Lucy Tormey played for the Irish Girls' in 1984.

History of Mullingar

 Instituted 1894 affiliated 1895

Mullingar was, opened on the 4th April 1895, by Lord Greville, the then President. It was first known as the Westmeath Golf Club. An account given in the "Sportsmans Holiday Guide", 1897 records "A nice nine-hole course on the Gaybrook Racecourse about a mile from town. The course commands fine views of Lakes Owel and Ennel, the distance round is about a mile and a half".

An account in the "Irish Times" 30th April 1990, records a match at the new course at Mount Prospect, the property of Mr. Killian. It would appear this was the club's home until 1909 when a new course was, laid out at Lynn, the property of Mr. J. T. Roche, by Mr. W. C. Pickeman, the professional at Portmarnock Golf Club. There were sixty male members and twenty lady members.

The club then moved to a very picturesque site on the shores of Lough Owel, the lands of Mr. Peter Gaynor, in 1919. Future expansion of this course was restricted by the presence of the Midland & Great Western Railway.

Mr. J. R. Downes, the Captain in 1935, and a hard-working committee located lands at Belvedere, the property of Col. Howard Bury that was suitable for an eighteen-hole course. James Braid was, retained by the club as course architect and a new course, as we know it today, was opened in 1937. The course is the home of the Mullingar Scratch Cup every August, in which most of our top golfers take part.

Roll of Honour

Member Year Hon. Position
Mrs. C. McDonnell 1990 Ladies Captain
Mrs. H. Kane 1990 Ladies President
A. Witter 1990 Men's Captain
M. Mulligan 1990 President
Miss M. Reilly 1991 Ladies Captain
Mrs. H. Kane 1991 Ladies President
P. Taaffe 1991 Men's Captain
F. Shaw 1991 President
Mrs. J. Daly 1992 Ladies Captain
Mrs. H. Kane 1992 Ladies President
S. O'Connell 1992 Men's Captain
F. Shaw 1992 President
Mrs. T. Coghlan 1993 Ladies Captain
Mrs. D. Duffy 1993 Ladies President
P. Fitzgibbon 1993 Men's Captain
F. Shaw 1993 President
Mrs. G. Prendergast 1994 Ladies Captain
Mrs. D. Duffy 1994 Ladies President
J. F. Healy 1994 Men's Captain
M. Talbot 1994 President
Mrs. M. Woods 1995 Ladies Captain
Mrs. D. Duffy 1995 Ladies President
D. McCormack 1995 Men's Captain
M. Talbot 1995 President
Mrs. D. Casey 1996 Ladies Captain
Mrs. E. Osborne 1996 Ladies President
B. J. Reidy 1996 Men's Captain
P. W. Shaw 1996 President
Mrs. J. McLaughlin 1997 Ladies Captain
Mrs. E. Osborne 1997 Ladies President
M. A. Donnellan 1997 Men's Captain
P. W. Shaw 1997 President
Mrs. V. Moran 1998 Ladies Captain
Mrs. M .O'Neill 1998 Ladies President
C. M. Garry 1998 Men's Captain
J. P. Foy 1998 President
Mrs. L. Gilleran 1999 Ladies Captain
Mrs. M. O'Neill 1999 Ladies President
Aidan Egan 1999 Men's Captain
J. P. Foy 1999 President
Treasa O'Halloran 2000 Ladies Captain
Mrs. J. Daly 2000 Ladies President
Dr. Eugene Hill 2000 Men's Captain
T. O'Leary 2000 President
Mrs. R. Eager 2001 Ladies Captain
Mrs. J. Daly 2001 Ladies President
Tommy Lyng 2001 Men's Captain
T. O'Leary 2001 President
Breda Conlon 2002 Ladies Captain
Mr. Mandy Reilly 2002 Ladies President
Tom Brady 2002 Men's Captain
J. F. Healy 2002 President
Mrs. Anne Duffy 2003 Ladies Captain
Mandy Reilly 2003 Ladies President
Conor Maguie 2003 Men's Captain
J. F. Healy 2003 President
Patience Collier 2004 Ladies Captain
Rene Lysaght   2004 Ladies President
Tom Kavanagh 2004 Men's Captain
Albert Lee 2004 President
Katherine Ryan 2005 Ladies Captain
Rene Lysaght 2005 Ladies President
Frank McDonagh 2005 Men's Captain
Albert Lee 2005 President
Therese Colleary 2006 Ladies Captain
Cathy Smith 2006 Ladies President
John Wims 2006 Men's Captain
Michael Smith 2006 President
Ann Fagan  2007 Ladies Captain
Cathy Smith 2007 Ladies President
Frank McKeon 2007 Men's Captain
Michael Smith 2007 President
Miriam MacManus 2008 Ladies Captain
Sylvia Tormey 2008 Ladies President
Pat Kennaghan 2008 Men's Captain
John Maher 2008 President
Geraldine Bell 2009 Ladies Captain
Sylvia Tormey 2009 Ladies President
Damien Daly 2009 Men's Captain
John Maher 2009 President
Brege McCarrick 2010 Ladies Captain
Rosaleen Shaw 2010 Ladies President
Liam Conlon 2010 Men's Captain
Austin Witter 2010 President
Lucy Tormey 2011 Ladies Captain
Rosaleen Shaw 2011 Ladies President
Joe Bracken 2011 Men's Captain
Austin Witter 2011 President
Paula Dunne 2012 Ladies Captain
Anne Cleary 2012 Ladies President
John G. Kelly 2012 Men's Captain
Pat Taffe 2012 President
Ann Tyrrell 2013 Ladies Captain
Anne Cleary 2013 Ladies President
Paddy Dunne 2013 Men's Captain
Pat Taffe 2013 President
Pauline O'Hara 2014 Ladies Captain
Catherine McDonnell 2014 Ladies President
John O'Reilly 2014 Men's Captain
Brian Reidy 2014 President
Una Stephens 2015 Ladies Captain
Catherine McDonnell 2015 Ladies President
Michael Duffy 2015 Men's Captain
Brian Reidy 2015 President
Dorothy O’Keeffe 2016 Ladies Captain
Veronica Moran
2016 Ladies President
Gerry Austin 2016 Men's Captain
Michael Donnellan
2016 President
Siobhan O’Donnell-Murphy 2017 Ladies Captain
Veronica Moran 2017 Ladies President
John Tweddle 2017 Men's Captain
Michael Donnellan 2017 President
Lucy Tormey  2017 Lowest Ladies Handicap
Siobhan O’Donnell-Murphy 2017 Lowest Ladies Handicap
Ann Marie Conlon 2017 Lowest Ladies Handicap
Paul Burke (0.3) 2017 Lowest Men's Handicap
John Morris 2017 Lowest Men's Handicap
Pat Higgins 2017 Lowest Men's Handicap
Des Morgan 2017 Lowest Men's Handicap
Liam Grehan 2017 Lowest Men's Handicap

Holes in One at Mullingar

Member Date Hole No. Club Used Distance
Ciaran C. Garry 22 May 2001 12th   139 yd’s
Mark McLoughlin 26 M ay 2001 15th   165 yd’s
John Garry 17 March 2003 5th   178 yd’s
Jim Quinlivan 1 August 2003 12th   139 yd’s
Emma Duffy 2017 2nd   170 yd's
Cally O'Donovan 26 April 2017 2nd Driver 170 yd's