Tandragee golf club Armagh

Tandragee golf course Armagh

Tandragee Golf Course

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Tandragee Golf Club is a formidable yet picturesque 18-hole parkland course, set in the beautiful County Armagh countryside in Northern Ireland. Few courses in Northern Ireland present the golfers with such beautiful scenery and fine views. Parts of the course look over the ancient Tandragee Castle and on many holes golfers can admire the woodlands astride the fast flowing Cusher. Young and mature trees line the fairways and two ponds, are often visited by golfers and non-golfers alike. If the golf is not good, consolation can be found in the views of the Sperrin and Mourne Mountains around the back nine. Slieve Croob can be seen standing proudly apart from the Mourne’s and Slieve Croob is clearly visible to the south.

Green Fees Monday & Tuesday:
Green Fees Wednesday-Friday: £20
GreenFees Weekends & B.H.: £25
Green Fees with a Member: £15/20
Green Fees for Opens: £10
Practice Area: Yes
Club Hire: No
Buggy Hire: Yes
Soft Spikes: No
Course Type Parkland
No Holes 18
Members 950
Designer David Jones
Founded 1920

Markethill Road,
Co. Armagh

Telephone 028-38-841272
Email office@tandragee.co.uk
Website Tandragee golf club website
Secretary/Manager: Bob Saunders
Captain: Joseph Campbell
Lady Captain: Lavern Saunders
Presidents': Alan Hewitt & Eileen Maginess
Junior Captain: Benjamin Boyd
Vice-Captains': William Robinson &
Hon. Secretary: Bob Saunders & Helen Fleming
Club Pro: Dympna Keenan 028-38-841761
Hon. Treasurer: Barry Thompson & Anne Hall
Comp. Secretary: Colin McKillop & Lynn Moorhead
Tandragee Golf Course Layout Course Layout

Location Map

GPS Coord*
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General Facts & Information

Course opening hours: Daylight hours Clubhouse opening hours: 9.00am to 11.00pm
Mobile phones: Not on course
Dress Code: Neat and casual, no denim
Catering: Full catering, facilities, except Mondays Days to Avoid: Thursdays pm, Saturdays & Sundays am
Green Fees and Societies Welcome: Other Days Pre-booking for open Tournaments:14 Days in advance

Tandragee Golf Club Fixtures 2019 provisional*

Open & Major Fixtures 2018 (to be Confirmed)        
Event Start Finish Type Duration
Captain's Prize to the Ladies
Thursday 14 June   Closed 1
Captain's Prize Saturday 16 June   Closed 1
Lady Captain's Prize Saturday 4 August
  Closed 1
President's Prize to the Ladies
Thursday 16 August   Closed 1
President's Prize Saturday 18 August   Closed 1
Lady President's Prize Thursday 29 August   Closed 1
Juniors Captain's Prize Saturday 1 September   Closed 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford Saturday 17 March   Open 1
Ladies Singles Stableford Thursday 29 March   Open 1
Singles Strokes Friday 6 April   Open 1
Mixed Greensomes from 2.00pm
Sunday 8 April   Open 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford Friday 20 April   Open 1
Singles Stableford Tuesday 24 April   Open 1
Mixed Greensomes Sunday 6 May   Open 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford Monday 7 May      
Ladies Manchester Cup Saturday 12 May   Open 1
Singles Stableford Thursday 15 May   Open 1
Junior Scratch Cup Saturday 26 May Sunday 27 May Open 2
Junior Scratch Cup Sunday 27 May
  Open 1
Inter. Scratch Cup Saturday 26 May Sunday 27 May Open 2
Inter. Scratch Cup Sunday 27 May
  Open 1
Veterans Scratch Cup Saturday 26 May Sunday 27 May Open 2
Veterans Scratch Cup Sunday 27 May   Open 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford Monday 28 May   Open 1
Singles Strokes Friday 8 June   Open 1
Dickson Cup Strokes Saturday 9 June
  Open 1
Start of Open Week Friday 6 July Thursday 12 July Open 5
Singles Strokes Friday 6 July   Open 1
Singles Stableford Saturday 7 July   Open 1
Fourball Betterball
Sunday 8 July   Open 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford Wednesday 11 July Thursday 12 July
Open 2
L. & G. Singles Stableford Thursday 12 July   Open 1
Singles Strokes Friday 10 August   Open 1
Singles Stableford Sunday 26 August   Open 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford Monday 27 August   Open 1
Cancer Reserch Classic Friday 31 August
  Open 1
Mixed Greensomes Sunday 2 September   Open 1
Singles Strokes Friday 14 September   Open 1
Singles Stableford
Friday 26 December   Open 1

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Card of the Course

White Par 70 SSS 70 5,728 m
Yellow Par 70 SSS 69 5,578 m
Red Par 73 SSS 73 5,174 m


Name Hole No. White Yellow Par Index Red Par Index
Glebe Hills 1 346 326 4 8 323 4 5
Gate Lodge 2 264 256 4 16 256 4 13
Manchester Drive 3 490 487 5 2 441 5 3
The Oak 4 307 299 4 18 272 4 17
Brandy's Home 5 166 158 3 11 149 3 11
Baucher Way 6 322 316 4 6 306 4 9
Pylons 7 388 373 4 3 337 4 2
Rhododendrons 8 456 448 5 13 434 5 7
Derryallen 9 182 164 3 12 128 3 15
  Out 2,921 2,827 36   2,646 36  
Cassell's Corner 10 305 297 4 14 279 4 8
The Wall 11 380 372 4 1 361 5 18
The Avenue 12 350 342 4 5 269 4 16
Clare Glen 13 363 354 4 9 288 4 10
The Cusher 14 132 132 3 17 122 3 14
Plateau 15 304 299 4 7 289 4 1
The Quarry 16 157 150 3 10 139 3 6
Coach Road 17 474 467 5 15 429 5 4
The Well 18 342 338 4 4 352 5 12
  In 2,807 2,751 35   2,528 37  
  Total 5,728 5,578 71   5,174 73  
  SSS 71 69     73    

Notable rounds

Men's Course Record: P Topley (1) 20/07/1997

Ladies Course Record: 70 Michelle Hazard (5) 28/08/2003

Members Achievements

The boys of Tandragree Golf Club were runners-up in the All-Ireland Fred Daly Trophy at Moyola Park Golf Club on Tuesday 25th August 2015 when they lost out to Leinster Champions Kilkenny Golf Club by 4½-matches to 2½-matches.
First on the tee William Small who won his match against Mark Power on the 19th he was followed by David Cunningham who won his match against Luke Donnelly by 1-hole, next up was Jake Rowe who lost out to Evin Power by 2-holes he was followed by Edward Rowe who lost out to Brian Crowdle by 2 and 1 , next up was Peter Taylor who lost his match against Harry Duggan by 5 and 4 in the penultimate match Cameron Fox halved his match against Richard Duggan, in the bottom match Jordan McKenzie lost his match against Jeff Kealy by 3 and 2.
They played Munster Champions Mallow Golf Club in the All-Ireland Semi-Final and recorded a 5½-match to 1½-matches win over the North Cork team.
First on the tee was William Small who beat Conor Roche by 3 and 2, he was followed by David Cunningham who went all the way to the 20th before beating Edward Walsh, next up was Jake Rowe who had a 2 and 1 win over Greg Barrett, Edward Rowe recorded the same margin against Liam Dowling, Peter Taylor lost out to Eoin Aherne by 1-hole, in the penultimate match Cameron Fox had a 2-hole win over Roy Whelan and in the bottom match Jordan McKenzie recorded a  halve with Daniel O’Sullivan.

Tandragee Golf Club won the Ulster Final of the Jimmy Bruen Shield when they beat Greenisland Golf Club by 3½ matches to 1½ matches at Letterkenny Golf Club on 9th August 2013.
They made the long journey to Royal Tara Golf Club to participate in the National Deciders. They were drawn against Connaught Champions Athlone Golf Club in the All-Ireland Semi-Final. They were led by S. Burns with J. Rowe who beat Thomas Gilhooly with M. Evens by 2 and 1 they were followed by P. Hedley with C. Fearon who had a 1-hole win over Conor Rice with Mark Kelly next up was G. Haire with M. Bannerman who recorded a 2 and 1 win over Tony Corry with Gerry Kelly the penultimate match of W. Jardine with W. Small was halved against C. Quilty with Michael Ryan in the bottom match E. Nixon with J. Quinn had a 3 and 2 win over John Rice with Desmond Rush.
They met Munster Champions Killorglin Golf Club in the All-Ireland Final on Saturday 21st September, this time they were led out by S. Burns with J. Campbell who beat J. Joy with Denis Byrd by 4 and 2 they were followed by P. Headley with C. Fearon who lost out to Keith O’Sullivan with Cormac Foley by 3 and 2 next up was G. Haire with M. Bannerman who lost their match against Roberty Kennedy with Shane Collins by 3 and 1 in the penultimate match J. Ford with B. Fyffe went to the 18th before losing their match against Mike Ashe with John McCarty and with it the green pennant the bottom match of E. Nixon with J. Quinn against Joe Kennedy with Darragh Carmody was halved when called-in.

Tandragee Golf Club won the Ulster Final of the Jimmy Bruen Shield when they beat Cushendall Golf Club on Friday 13th August 2010 by 5 matches to 0 matches in the decider.

They made the long journey to Castlebar Golf Club to compete in the National Deciders where they met Connacht Champions Swinford Golf Club in the All-Ireland Semi-Final on Friday 17th September. First on the tee was Gordon Haire with Johnny Quinn against Sean Geraghty with Niall McNicholas who won their match by 3 and 2, they were followed by Stefan Greenberg with Mark Bannerman who lost their match against Eamon Byrne with Tomas Geraghty 2 and 1, next up was Ryan Harpur with Warren Jardine against Sean Kavanagh with Simon Ronane who won their match by the solitary 1-hole. The penultimate match of Ross Dutton with Stefan McNeill who won their match against Michael Rooney with Kevin Feeney by 2 and 1 and the bottom match of Emmit Nixon with Jeff Forde against David Ronane with Niall O’Neill was halved.

They met Leinster Champions Clontarf Golf Club in the All-Ireland Final the following morning. First on the tee was Gordon Haire with Johnny Quinn against Sean and Conor Stone this match went all the way to the 20th green before Clontarf secured the point, they were followed by Stefan Greenberg with Mark Bannerman who won their match against D. Cameron with M. O’Flynn by 3 and 2, next up was Ryan Harpur with Warren Jardine who lost their match against Ray Maguire with Adam Burke. The penultimate match of Ross Dutton with Stefan McNeill against Paul O’Brien with Tony Duffy was halved and the bottom match of Emmit Nixon with Jeff Forde against Paul McLoughlin & Paul Kealy went 3 and 2 to the Dublin pair. 

Tandragee Golf Club won their first Ulster Championship in the Pierce Purcell Shield when they beat Moyola Park Golf Club by 3 matches to 2 matches at Lurgan Golf Club on 27thAugust 2006.

It was on to Enniscrone Golf Club for the National Finals, where they where drawn against Connaught Champions Loughrea Golf Club in the All-Ireland Semi-Final on Thursday 14thSeptember.

First on the tee were Philip Mehaffey with Sean McReynolds against Gerry Lynch with Aidan Donohue, this match went all the way to the 19th-hole before first blood went to the men from the West. Next up were Don Johnston with Terry Davies who went down to Ronan Killeen with Derek Keane by 2 and 1. They were followed by Harry Hall with Keith Steenson against Johnny Greally with Paul Keane this match resulted in a halve. The penultimate match resulted in another halve with John Hanna with Barry Steenson against Kevin Greally with John Flynn. The last match of Billy Wilson with Jim Padlow against Matt Kavanagh with John Dervan saw the men from the West have a convincing 7 and 5 win and their ticket to the All-Ireland Final the following day.

The Ladies of Tandragee Golf Club won the Mid Ulster Alliance in 2005, when the team was, L. Lawson, I. McAteer, D. Richards, J. McCarten, B. Ward, B. Richardson, M. Lappin and L. Weir.

Prior to 2001

Tandragee Golf Club won the Ulster Final of the Barton Shield in 1991, when the team was, N. Hazard, S. Pall, G. Sherman and P. Topley, they were captained by B. Hazard.

Tandragee won the Holt Shield in 1995, when the team was, E. Nixon, A. Eagle, K. Poole, M. Armstrong, J. Nicholson, R. Black and N. Walker, they were captained by T. Davies.

Tandragee won the Senior Cowdy in 2000.

The Ladies of Tandragee Golf Club won the Cowdy Cup in 1999, when the team was, Barbara Ward, Kathleen Acheson, Sadie Robinson, Caroline Warde, Barbara Richardson and Claire Donnell, they were captained by Vera Brady.

Members who played representative golf for Country or Province;

Stewart Paul represented Ireland as a Senior International from2001 to 2002 playing 11-times, won 6-matches halved one and lost 4-matches accumulating 13-points. He represented Ireland at international Youths level from 1990 to 1992 playing 14-matches, won 6-matches halved one and lost 7-matches accumulating 13-points. He represented Ireland at Irish Boys level from 1988 to 1989 playing 11-times won 7-matches halved one and lost 3-matches accumulating 15-points. He represented Ulster in the Senior Interprovincial’s from 1990 to 2002 playing 55-times won 25-matches halved eight and lost 22-matches accumulating 58-points. He represented Ulster as a Youth in the Interprovincial Championships from 1988 to 1992 playing 26-times won 14-matches halved two and lost 10-matches accumulating 30-points;

Adam Brown represented Ulster at the Boys Interprovincial Championships in 2010 playing 5-times won 3-matches and lost 2-matches accumulating 6-points;

History of Tandragee

Instituted 1920 affiliated1922: The original, nine holes were built in, 1911 by the, Duke of Manchester with the club being formed in 1920. An additional nine holes were opened for play in 1974 and the land purchased from the Duke of Manchester’s Estate in 1997.

A new clubhouse was built in 1981 with extensions added in 1984 and 1989. New land was purchased and the course lengthened by 400m with 4 new holes being made. These were opened in 1997, which raised the par from 69 to 71.

1911The ninth Duke of Manchester, brought Mr. John Stone, an eminent Scottish professional from Sandy Lodge Golf Club on London, to lay out a private course on his estate in Tandragee. In those days, there was no clubhouse and Mr. Stone, his wife and their two daughters collected fees at the Gate Lodge where they had set up residence. The Duchess of Manchester, who was born in Cincinnati, Ohio, U.S.A., even designed some of the original bunkers which were laid out in the shape of the Great Lakes and these remain to this day.

The club became affiliated to the Golfing Union of Ireland.

Membership broke through the ‘100' barrier for the first time.

Green fees were set at "two shillings per day with no reduction for visitors staying with members overnight". The Council decided to procure a cup for a ladies open competition to be called ‘The Manchester Cup’. This competition is now one of the most popular ladies competitions held in Northern Ireland. At this time, the men had three competitions and there also was an annual caddies competition where the first prize for the caddies was 10 shillings (80 cents). There was regular problems supervising caddies and a rule was introduced that "any caddies under 14 who absent themselves from school for the purpose of caddying will be expelled from the club".

The Club appointed its first auditor as there had been a large increase in members (185) and associated income.

At the invitation of Council, Dr. Evans from the Board of Green-keeping Research produced a report on the greens and the club decided to accept his recommendations to purchase a tractor for £159 ($230) and triple gang mower for £138 ($200).

At the A.G.M. membership stood at 125 men, 77 ladies and 14 juveniles – a total of 216. There were 675 visitors during the year paying £64 ($93) in green fees and the balance in the bank was £48 ($70) in debit.

The Council decided to allow Members of His Majesty’s Forces free use of the course during the war. It is alleged that some members threatened to park their tanks on the greens if they were not permitted to play on Sundays as the course was only open six days per week.

All Open fixtures were cancelled in this year because of the war and petrol rationing.

The weekly wage of the Greenkeeper, Mr. J. Patterson, was increased by 5 shillings (35 cents) and he was given permission to go to nearby Portadown for six days on a Home Guard Training Course.

The club received a notice to quit from the Duke of Manchester’s Estate to take effect on 12th November 1949. After many meetings and prolonged negotiations, the club agreed to a 10 year lease at a rent of £100 ($145 ) for the first year and £150 ($220) for the following 9 years.

At this time the course was used to graze sheep and it was passed at Council that the Greenkeeper should spend one-third of his time cleaning up sheep droppings on the course.

A new tractor was bought for £250 ($360 ) but it was thought that a direct water supply at £100 ($145) was out of the question at this time.

An extension to the lease for the course was successfully negotiated for another 9 years.

Membership stood at 158 gentlemen, 50 ladies and 22 juniors.


Work started on an extension to the Clubhouse, comprising of a new dining room and kitchen.


A rule was passed at the A.G.M. so that the course would be open for play on Sundays. Membership stood at 233 gentlemen, 61 ladies and 26 juniors. A new lease for a further 7 years was agreed with the Duke of Manchester’s Estate. This included 39.8 acres of woodland and an additional 5 acres of meadow.


The Club was granted a license for selling intoxicating liquor.

In June, an additional nine holes were added to the original nine.

New members were joining at a tremendous rate – 110 joined this year with total membership now standing at 490.

The course was purchased from the Duke of Manchester’s Estate for £39,380 ($57,000). Plans were being made for a new clubhouse to be built in three to four years.

An interim extension was carried out to the clubhouse which was too small for the numbers wishing to use the facilities.

Installation of a water irrigation system was carried out at a cost of £17,000 ($25,000).

The first sod of the new clubhouse was cut on 3rd March.

The clubhouse was completed and occupied on 11th May and an Open Week was held in August to celebrate this important development in the Club’s history which also involved a Pro-am held during the week. The club now had over 700 members.

The Club was thriving, both in membership terms and on the playing front, and, in response to the continued increase in membership, another extension was made to the clubhouse.

Yet another extension to the clubhouse was made with enlargement of the Function Room, a fitness suite and a sauna being added. An active social scene at the Club was evident with many evenings of entertainment taking place, as well as regular bowls and fitness training nights.

Further development on the course was carried out comprising of a new 18th green with adjacent pond, new first tee and extensive landscaping around the course.

Council decided to subscribe to the Sports Turf Research Institute who would provide continued advice on development of the course and provide an annual report.

A borehole was sunk which supplied enough water for the course sprinkler system and the clubhouse.

Membership stood at 624 gentlemen, 195 ladies and 100 juniors. Green staff was increased to 5 full-time employees. The tees at the 6th and 8th were rebuilt and a new lake provided at the 6th.

A major re-furbishment of the Function Room and lounges was undertaken at a cost of £75,000 ($110,000). Additional land was purchased for over £100,000 ($145,000) to extend and improve the course.

Four new holes opened on 2nd May following extensive work over the previous two years. The new holes involve lengthening the course by 400 metres and raising the par to 71. Total membership stands at 625 gentlemen, 200 ladies, 150 juniors and over 500 social members. The club becomes the first golf club in Northern Ireland to have it’s own site on the World Wide Web.

The Clubhouse ‘Manchester Lounge’ was re-named ‘The Austin Best Lounge’ in memory of the late Austin Best who for many years served as an Official and later Secretary Manager of the Club. The main function room was then named ‘The Manchester Room’.

Following a survey of the course by one of their field operatives, Tandragee joined the Ulster Wildlife Trust as a Corporate Member. Wolsey White was appointed Course Manager. David Clayton took over as Secretary/Manager.


A new 12th green came into play following a complete rebuild. Membership at the start of the new Millennium stood at 670 gentlemen, 128 ladies and 94 juniors.

Ashley Stewart joined David in the office as his Personal Assistant. Stuart Paul (right) won the North of Ireland Amateur Championship at Royal Portrush GC and went on to represent Ireland, truly putting Tandragee on the map in golfing terms. The 5th & 6th holes were rebuilt. These should come into play in 2003.

Stuart Paul adds the West of Ireland Amateur Championship title (played at County Sligo GC) to the North of Ireland Amateur which he currently holds.

The new 5th & 6th holes were opened in May 2003. Work begins in August 2003 on re-designing the 1st and 2nd greens.

The new 1st and 2nd greens open for play.

Roll of Honour

Member Year Hon. Position
M. Hannah 1989 Ladies Captain
Miss D. Pillow 1989 Ladies President
D. Craig 1989 Men's Captain
A. S. McClelland 1989 President
M. McRory 1990 Ladies Captain
Miss D. Pillow 1990 Ladies President
S. Paul 1990 Men's Captain
A. S. McClelland 1990 President
C. McDonnell 1991 Ladies Captain
Mrs. P. Newell 1991 Ladies President
W. Jackson 1991 Men's Captain
A. S. McClelland 1991 President
I. McAteer 1992 Ladies Captain
Mrs. P. Newell 1992 Ladies President
B. McRory 1992 Men's Captain
R. J. Newell 1992 President
E. Doran 1993 Ladies Captain
Mrs. P. Newell 1993 Ladies President
A. Hewitt 1993 Men's Captain
R. J. Newell 1993 President
I. Campbell 1994 Ladies Captain
Mrs. P. Newell 1994 Ladies President
D. W. Yeman 1994 Men's Captain
R. J. Newell 1994 President
N. Nelson 1995 Ladies Captain
Mrs. A. Burnham 1995 Ladies President
R. Huddleston 1995 Men's Captain
R. J. Newell 1995 President
A. Paul 1996 Ladies Captain
Mrs. A. Burnham 1996 Ladies President
H. Cole 1996 Men's Captain
T. D. Watt M.B.E. 1996 President
M. McRory 1997 Ladies Captain
Mrs. A. Burnham 1997 Ladies President
R. Armstrong 1997 Men's Captain
T. D. Watt M.B.E. 1997 President
S. Poole 1998 Ladies Captain
Mrs. Iris Doogan 1998 Ladies President
N. Chambers 1998 Men's Captain
B. Robinson 1998 President
Mrs. Mary Lappin 1999 Ladies Captain
Mrs. Iris Doogan 1999 Ladies President
Mr. Leo McRory 1999 Men's Captain
B. Robinson 1999 President
Sheelagh Clayton 2000 Ladies Captain
John Leckey 2000 Men's Captain
William Jackson 2000 Men's President
Iris Doogan 2000 President
Mrs Margaret Andrews 2001 Ladies Captain
Jemma Jackson 2001 Ladies President
Robert Megarity 2001 Men's Captain
William Jackson 2001 President
Kathleen Donaghy 2002 Ladies Captain
Thelma Jackson 2002 Ladies President
Rodney Black 2002 Men's Captain
Jack Harvey 2002 President
Violet Leckey 2003 Ladies Captain
Thelma Jackson 2003 Ladies President
Tom Johnston 2003 Men's Captain
Jack Harvey 2003 President
Hillary Hamill 2004 Ladies Captain
Anne Paul 2004 Ladies President
Mervyn McCrea 2004 Men's Captain
Jack Harvey 2004 President
Kate Acheson 2005 Ladies Captain
Anne Paul 2005 Ladies President
Sam Curran 2005 Men's Captain
Jack Harvey 2005 President
Liz Fleming 2006 Ladies Captain
Anne Paul 2006 Ladies President
James Doyle 2006 Men's Captain
Jack Harvey 2006 President
Liz Fyfe 2007 Ladies Captain
Liz Walsh 2007 Ladies President
Phillip Dennison 2007 Men's Captain
Sam Paul 2007 President
Vera Brady 2008 Ladies Captain
Liz Walsh 2008 Ladies President
Terry McCann 2008 Men's Captain
Andy Walsh 2008 President
Alaice Hazard 2009 Ladies Captain
Liz Walsh  2009 Ladies President
Eddie Herbinson 2009 Men's Captain
Andy Walsh 2009 President
Eileen Maginess 2010 Ladies Captain
Ruby Harvey 2010 Ladies President
James Magee 2010 Men's Captain
John Leckey 2010 President
Anne Hall 2011 Ladies Captain
Ruby Harvey 2011 Ladies President
Leslie Warren 2011 Men's Captain
John Leckey 2011 President
Shirley Dennison 2012 Ladies Captain
Ruby Harvey 2012 Ladies President
Malcolm Lynch 2012 Men's Captain
Leo McRory 2012 President
Julie McCarten 2013 Ladies Captain
Ruby Harvey  2013 Ladies President
Rennell Gale 2013 Men's Captain
Leo McRory 2013 President
Margaret Hendron 2014 Ladies Captain
Barbara Ward 2014 Ladies President
Jeff Forde 2014 Men's Captain
Robert Megarity 2014 President
Delores Hamill 2015 Ladies Captain
Vera Brady 2015 Ladies President
Hamilton Loney 2015 Men's Captain
Robert Megarity 2015 President
Linda Weir 2016 Ladies Captain
Vera Brady
2016 Ladies President
Jeff Forde 2016 Men's Captain
Robert Megarity
2016 President
Barbara Richardson
2017 Ladies Captain
Eileen Mageniss
2017 Ladies President
Colin Wallace 2017 Men's Captain
Edward Harbinson
2017 President
Lavern Saunders 2018 Ladies Captain
Eileen Maginess 2018 Ladies President
 Joseph Campbell 2018 Men's Captain
Alan Hewitt 2018 President
Michelle Hazard (4) 2018 Lowest Ladies Handicap
Stuart Paul (-1) 2018 Lowest Men's Handicap

Holes in One at Tandragee

Member Date Hole No. Club Used Distance
S. Gribben 13 March 1998 16th 3 Iron 157 m
Irene McAteer 7 May 1998 9th 3 Wood 128 m
D. Craig 7 July 1998 9th Driver 182 m
W. Brady 22 August 1998 9th 2 Iron 182 m
S. Brack 22 August 1998 5th 4 Iron 168 m
S. Cole 5 November 1998 9th 3 Wood 128 m
Geoffrey McCarten 20 May 2000 16th   157 m
David A. Johnston 20 May 2000 16th   157 m
Irene McAteer 8 June 2000 14th   122 m
Harry Moore 25 July 2000 16th   157 m
Marie Warnock 3 August 2000 5th   149 m
Gordon Banks 21 October 2000 14th   151 m
Rodney Simpson 7 January 2001 4th   167 m
Patrick Mc Elroy 1 April 2001 14th   140 m
George Hamill 14 April 2001 14th   140 m
Margaret Hendron 15 May 2001 9th   128 m
Shirley Dennison 7 June 2001 5th   149 m
JamesPatterson 21 July 2001 14th   140 m
Mark Plackitt 15 September 2001 14th   140 m
Stephen Shortt 29 October 2001 14th   140 m
Derek Reid 5 January 2002 16th   150 m
Pau lTopley 11 March 2002 15th   299 m
Harry McCracken 10 August 2002 4th   167 m
JoeMc Mahon 15 October 2002 9th   182 m
Thomas Megaw 23 February 2003 14th   140 m
Rober tJohn Saunders 6 April 2003 4th   167 m
Douglas Hazard 27 June 2003 4th   167 m
Andrew Calvin 28 June 2003 16th   157 m
George Taylor 13 July 2003 14th   128 m
Thomas Johnston 17 August 2003 2nd   167 m
Stephen Edward Vennard 14 October 2003 16th   145 m
Richard Dillon 25 January 2004 14th   140 m
Derek White 21 February 2004 14th   140 m
Laverne Saunders 8 April 2004 5th   149 m
Sidney Speers 2 May 2004 5th   171 m
Jonathan Quinn 9 June 2004 9th   182 m
Stanley Black 10 July 2004 14th   140 m
Kathleen Acheson 26 August 2004 14th   122 m
Randolf Loney 28 August 2004 14th   140 m
Gregory Bannerman 6 August 2005 9th   200 m
Philip Mehaffey 27 August 2005 14th   140 m
Leslie Warren 29 July 2006 16th   176 m
Kieran Grimley 20 April 2008 5th   158 m
Ed Richardson 5 July 2009 5th   166 m