Naas golf club Kildare

Naas golf course Kildare

Naas Golf Course

Naas Club Crest

Naas Golf Club was founded in 1896 and extended to 18-holes in the early 90's and the magnificent new clubhouse was opened in 1999. The old 9-holes needless to say has lush and tree lined fairways, the members have undertaken to make Naas Golf Course one of the finest in the country and are presently upgrading the course for the third time in modern times.

The course has an abundance of fine and memorable golf holes, as soon as you tee off you know you are on a golf course that will test you, with out-of-bounds down your right-hand-side and at 436 yards requires a well placed tee shot and careful club selection for your second.

A warm welcome awaits the visitor in the clubhouse and full catering facilities are available to members and visitors alike.

Naas was voted the No. 97-ranked golf course in Ireland, by "Golf Digest Ireland" in 2020 (New);

Naas was voted the No. 97-ranked golf course in Ireland, by "Golf Digest Ireland" in 2017 (New);

Green Fees Midweek: €35
Green Fees Weekends & B.H.: €40
Green with a Member: €20
Green Fees for Juveniles with Member:
Green Fees for Opens: €25/30
Practice Area: Yes
Club Hire: No
Buggy Hire: Yes
Soft Spikes: Yes
Full Membership Available waiting list: Limited
Full Membership Fee: €1,208
Entrance Fee Family Initiative Scheme: €1,000
Entrance Fee Non Family Initiative Scheme: €2,000
Course Type Parkland
No Holes 18
Members 822
Designer Arthur Spring Paddy Merrigan & Jeff Howes
Founded 1896

Co. Kildare

Telephone 045-874644
Website Naas golf club website
Secretary/Manager: Denis Mahon
Captain: Clive Brownlee
Lady Captain: Paula Murray
Presidents'': John Grogan & Rose Ryan
Youth Captains': Jamie Butler
Vice-Captains':  &
Hon. Secretary: Kieran McDaid, Gerry Byrne & Catherine Farrelly
Club Pro: Bernard Quigley
Hon. Treasurer: Conor Kennedy, John Daly & Eimear Lenehan
Comp. Secretary: Vincent Shelley & Margaret Carroll
Naas Golf Course Layout Course Layout

Location Map

GPS Coord*
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General Facts & Information

Course opening hours: Daylight hours Clubhouse opening hours: 8.00am to 11.00pm
Mobile phones: Not on course
Dress Code: Neat and casual, no denim
Catering: Full catering, facilities Days to Avoid: Sunday Tuesday & Wednesday
Green Fees and Societies Welcome: Other Days Pre-booking for open Tournaments:14 Days in advance

Naas Golf Club Fixtures 2022 provisional*

Open & Major Fixtures 2022 (to be Confirmed)        
Event Start Finish Type Duration
Captains' Drive-In Saturday
  Closed 1
Lady President's Prize Saturday 14 May 
  Closed 1
Lady President's Prize Tuesday 17 May 
  Closed 1
President's Prize to the Ladies
Saturday 11 June   Closed 1
President's Prize to the Ladies Tuesday 14 June   Closed 1
President's Prize Saturday 25 June
Sunday 26 June
Closed 2
President's Prize Sunday 26 June
  Closed 1
Lady Captain's Prize Round 1 Saturday 9 July
  Closed 1
Lady Captain's Prize Final Round Saturday 16 July
  Closed 1
Captain's Prize (Q) Friday 26 August Sunday 28 August Closed 3
Captain's Prize (Q) Saturday 27 August

Closed 1
Captain's Prize
Sunday 28 August
  Closed 1
Captain's Prize to the Ladies Saturday 3 September   Closed 1
Captain's Prize to the Ladies Tuesday 6 September
  Closed 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford Thursday 17 March   Open 1
Seniors Singles Stableford Wednesday 23 March   Open 1
Seniors Singles Stableford Wednesday 13 April   Open 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford Monday 2 May   Open 1
Seniors Singles Stableford Wednesday 11 May   Open 1
Ladies 2-Person Betterball Friday 22 May   Open 1
Seniors Singles Stableford Wednesday 25 May   Open 1
Seniors Singles Stableford Wednesday 15 June   Open 1
Ladies Singles Stableford Friday 24 June   Open 1
Inter. Scratch Cup Sunday 3 July   Open 1
Minor Scratch Cup Sunday 3 July   Open 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford Wednesday 6 July   Open 1
L. & G. Foursomes Tuesday 12 July   Open 1
Seniors Singles Stableford Wednesday 13 July   Open 1
Seniors Singles Stableford Wednesday 27 July   Open 1
Start of Open Week Friday 29 July
Sunday 7 August Open 9
L. & G. Fourball Betterball
Friday 29 July
  Open 1
L. & G. 4-Person Team Event
Saturday 30 July
  Open 1
Mixed 2-Person Team Event 10-hole Saturday 30 July
  Open 1
Singles Stableford
Sunday 31 July
  Open 1
Mixed Foursomes Strokes 10-hole Sunday 31 July
  Open 1
L. & G. Fourball Betterball Monday 1 August
  Open 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford 10-hole
Monday 1 August
  Open 1
L. & G. Fourball Betterball Tuesday 2 August   Open 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford 10-hole Tuesday 2 August   Open 1
Ladies 2-Person Team Event Wednesday 3 August   Open 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford 10-hole Wednesday 3 August   Open 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford
Thursday 4 August   Open 1
L. & G. 3-Person Team Event Thursday 4 August   Open 1
L. & G. Fourball Betterball Friday 5 August   Open 1
L. & G. 3-Person Team Event Friday 5 August   Open 1
L. & G. Fourball Betterball Saturday 6 August   Open 1
Mixed Foursomes Strokes 10-hole Saturday 6 August   Open 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford Sunday 7 August   Open 1
Mixed Foursomes Strokes 10-hole Sunday 7 August   Open 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford Wednesday 10 August   Open 1
Naas Pro-Am Friday 19 August   Open 1
Seniors Singles Stableford Wednesday 24 August
  Open 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford Wednesday 31 August
  Open 1
Seniors Singles Stableford Wednesday 7 September
  Open 1
Seniors Singles Stableford Wednesday 21 September   Open 1
Ladies Singles Stableford Friday 23 September   Open 1
Ladies 3-Person Waltz Tuesday 30 August   Open 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford Wednesday 5 October
  Open 1
Seniors Singles Stableford Wednesday 12 October
  Open 1
Team Event Wednesday 19 October
  Open 1
Seniors Singles Stableford Wednesday 26 October   Open 1

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Card of the Course

White Par 71 SSS 70 6,162 yd's
Yellow Par 70 SSS 69 5,848 yd's
Red Par 72 SSS 73 5,479 yd's
Blue Par 71 SSS 71 6,326 yd's


Hole No. Blue
Par Index Yellow Par Index Red Par Index
1 425 417 4 5
382 4 5
398 5 13
2 397 389 4 7
373 4 7
339 4 10
3 151 128 3 15 129 3 15 118 3 17
4 410 404 4 1
387 4 1
378 4 1
5 381 381 4 3
373 4 3
349 4 5
6 392 383 4 9
383 4 9
374 4 2
7 493 483 5 13 463 5 13 407 5 11
8 132 129 3 17 117 3 17 112 3 18
9 319 315 4 11 313 4 11 298 4 7
Out 3,100 3,029 35   2,920 35   2,773 36  
10 178 178 3 12
165 3 12
141 3 15
11 394 394 4 4
374 4 4
352 4 4
12 382 359 4 10 332 4 14 303 4 8
13 518 502 5 8
487 5 10
474 5 3
14 175 175 3 14 145 3 16 127 3 16
15 502 474 5 18 446 4 2
418 5 9
16 401 401 4 2
371 4 8
367 4 6
17 178 178 3 6
163 3 4
127 3 14
18 498 472 5 16 445 5 18 397 5 12
In 3,226 3,133 36   2,928 35   2,706 36  
Total 6,326 6,162 71   5,848 70   5,479 72  
SSS 71 70     69     73    

Notable rounds

Men's Course Record 67 Mick Curtis (3) 07/06/2001

Ladies Course Record:

Members Achievements

The Boys’ of Naas Golf Club were runners-up in the All-Ireland Final of the Fred Daly Trophy at Clontarf Golf Club when Roganstown Golf Club beat them by 3-matches to 2-matches on Wednesday 25th August 2021.
They played Killarney Golf Club in the All-Ireland Quarter-Finals the previous day and had a very convincing 4-matches to 1-match against the Kerry Club. They met Faithlegg Golf Club in the All-Ireland Semi-Final on the Wednesday morning and recorded a 3½-matches to 1½-matches win against the Waterford Club.

In the All-Ireland Decider they were led out by Darragh Behan who got it easy when beating Patrick Keeling by 7 and 6, he was followed by Samuel Gammell who had a 1-hole win against Sean Keeling, next on the tee was Conor Culhane who went up the 19th before relinquishing the point to Charlie Kelly, in the penultimate match James O’Rourke lost out by 4 and 3 Padraig O’Dochartaigh and the bottom match of Kvle Brady against Aaron Murray went 5 and 4 to the North Dublin Club  

Naas Golf Club qualifies by winning their Leinster Regional Final of the Irish Junior Cup to reach the Quarter Finals at Limerick Golf Club on Saturday 18th September 2021 when they played Killarney Golf Club when they lost out by 3 -matches to 2-matches.
First on the tee was Eoin McCormack who lost his match against John Kerrisk by 1-hole, they were followed by Conor Culhane who won his match by 4 and 3 against Paud O’Donoghue, next up was Alan Rohan who had a 2 and 1 win against Dave O’Donoghue, in the penultimate match James O’Rourke lost out to Alan McSweeney by 3 and 1 and the bottom match of Samuel Gammell against Mark Tuite went all the way up the 20th before the Kerry club secured the point.

Go Golfing would like to congratulate Jonathon Yates on winning The West of Ireland in 2016. He beat Declan Reidy from the home club by 4 and 2 in Round 1 and Seamus Cullen from Slieve Russell by 1-hole in the second Round, he had a comfortable 5 and 4 win over Harry Duggan from Kilkenny in Round 3.
He accounted for Matthey Kane from Whitehead by 6 and 5 in the Quarter Final. He met regaining champion Dermot McElroy from Ballymena in the Semi Final and recorded a 1-hole win, and out gunned Daniel Holland from Castle by 2 and 1 in the decider.                  

Young Jack Hume won the West of Ireland Open Championship at Co. Sligo Golf Club on Tuesday 22nd April 2014, when he beat Robbie Cannon from Balbriggan Golf Club on the 18th-Hole.

Naas Golf Club won the Leinster Final of The Irish Junior Cup at Moate Golf Club on Sunday 4th July 2010 when they beat Elm Park Golf Club by 3½ matches to 1½ matches, having beaten Callan Golf Club by 3 matches to 2 matches in the semi-final.

They made their way to Castlebar Golf Club to participate in the National deciders where they were drawn against Munster Champions East Cork in the All-Ireland Semi-Final on Wednesday 15th September . First on the tee was Ray Lynch against Eric Walsh who lost his match by the slender margin of 1-hole, he was followed by Gus Fitzpatrick who halved his match against Ross Williams. Next up was Mark Holmes who beat Stephen Buckley by 4 and 3. The penultimate match saw David Prendergast against Kevin Byrne gave Naas a 2 and 1 result, the bottom match was Conor O’Hehir against Kieran O’Brien clinched their place in the All-Ireland Final the following day.

They met Connacht Champions Portumna Golf Club in the decider, Mark Holmes lead the team this time against Ger Lynce who lost by 3 and 2, he was followed by D. Keane who had one-of-those days when losing out to Sean Cleary by 7 and 5, next up was Gus Fitzpatrick who had a convincing 5 and 4 win over John Cleary. The penultimate match Conor O’Hehir against Shane Ryan also went Naas’s way by 3 and 2. So it was all down to the bottom match of David Prendergast against Pat Quinlan to decide where the green pennant would go, however the Galway man prevailed and won his match by 3 and 2. 

Naas Golf Club won the Leinster Final of The Irish Junior Cup in 2008. It was on to Monkstown Golf Club outside of Cork City where the met Ulster Champions Ballycastle Golf Club in the All-Ireland Semi-Final on Wednesday 17th September 2008.

Ray Lynch lead against Tony McConville in the top match and recorded 2 and 1 win over the Co. Antrim man, he was followed by Dermot Keane who lost out to Liam Quinn by 3 and 2. Next up was Gus Fitzpatrick against Donal McCormick who won his match by 3 and 2, David Prendergast had a 3 and 2 win over Colum Egan, the bottom match finished all-square with Conor O’Rourke and Hugh Sayers, the 3 ½ matches to 1 ½ matches was enough to put Naas through to the All-Ireland Final against Connacht Champions Ballina the following morning.

First on the tee again was Ray Lynch who narrowly lost his match by 1-hole to Bryan Cox, Eoin McCormack was brought into the team and went all-the-way to the 19th-hole before loosing out to Pat Howley. Next up was Gus Fitzpatrick against Stephen Lydon who lost out by 3 and 2. David Prendergast won his match by 3 and 2 with Jonathan Kelly and Conor O’Rourke had a 2 and 1 win over Paul McLoughlin, but alas it was too-late and the Irish Junior Cup pennant went west of the Shannon.

Moira Morris was selected on the Leinster Ladies team for the AIB Interprovincial’s at the Island Golf Club from the 8th to the 10th August 2001.

Michael McGinley was elected to the council of the Leinster Branch of the GUI for 2001.

Prior to 2001:

Naas Golf Club won the Leinster Final of the Barton Shield in 1985, when the team was, S. Rohan, A. Pierce, T. Boylan, M. McGinley and G. O'Connor.

Naas Golf Club won the Barton Cup in 1959, when the team was, J. Kerin, A. Kelly, J. A. O'Brien, J. H. McDermott, J. Grehan, L. J. Malone, N. Sheridan, D. McDermott, J. Murray, Rev. R. Kelly and B. Gannon.

They won it prior to that in 1934, when the team was, P. Gorey, M. Gorey, Jas Lawlor, E. Kennedy, L. J. Malone, D. J. Lambe, M. Clarson, D. McGuirk, S. Cullen, and J. Rourke.

They first won it first in 1933, when the team was, M. Gorey, M. Clarson, J. Langan, B. Nix, J. Rourke, S. Cullen, P. Gorey, D. McGuirk, M. Quinn and P. Smith.

They won the Duggan Cup in 1981, when the team was, Remy Fullam, Brian Colivet, Mick Moynihan, Des Potter, Noel Sheridan, Joe Bermingham, John Casey, Dessie McDermott, Asutin Murphy and Jim Grehan, they were captained by Joe Lyons.

They won the Metropolitan Cup in 1993, when the team was, M. Moran, B. Kennedy, B. Griffin, E. Prendergast, J. Creaney, C. Callanan, D. Leavy, D. Cully, J. Keane, V. Murray, L. O'Brien, they were captained by K. Whelan. 

They won the County Championship of the J. B. Carr Diamond Trophy in 1999, 2000 and 2004.

They won the Kildare Mixed Shield in 1990, when the team was, John O'Dwyer, Larry O'Brien, Gertrude Conway and Nigel Swan.

The Ladies of Naas Golf Club won the Finn Trophy in 1998, when the team was, Maura Moran, Katie Holmes, Catherine Bardon, Marie Flynn, Margaret Kelleher, Sian O'Neill, Mary Flahavan, Pam O'Neill, they were captained by Alice Gibson.

They won it in 1987, when the team was, A. Downes, H. Magee, N. Kennedy, M. Maguire, J. Lyons, C. Harrington, A. Leavy, A. Begley, A. Carbery, M. O'Connor and J. O'Houlihan.

They won it prior to that in 1980, \when the team was, A. Begley, H. O'Connor, J. Lyons, J. O'Houlihan, M. O'Connor, A. Downes, M. Maguire, A. Carbery, A. Gibson and M. Casey.

The Ladies won the Kildare Shield in 1998, when the team was, Paula Murray, Anne Stapleton, Teresa Conway, Marie Morbin, Mona Clarke, Patricia Doyle, Norah Kennedy, Ann Swan, June Greely, Ray Colivat, Mary Ryan and Geraldine Kehoe.

They won it prior to that in 1996, when the team was, Monica O'Connor, Paula Murphy, Helen Magee, Eileen Mullen, Margaret Kelleher, Cait Harrington, Patricia Doyle, Marie Flynn and Mary Ryan.

They first won it in 1977, when the team was, G. Gough, B. McGlinchey, A. Carbery, H. O'Connor, R. Colivet, C. Lawlow, J. Mullane and M. Kavanagh.

The Juniors' of Naas Golf Club won the Leinster Championship and were All-Ireland Finalists in the Junior Foursomes in 1992, when the team was, Gavin Lunny, G. Gibson, D. Keane and D. Cully, they were managed by Pat Coughlin.

The Boys' won the Midland Junior Trophy at Kilkenny Golf Club in 2000, when the team was, Ciaran O'Leary, Killian Jones, Paul O'Callaghan, David Prendergast, Niall Sherlock, Michael Kelly, B. J. Rafferty, James Fennell, Art McCoy and Tom Frayne.

Soccer star Kevin Harrington won the Druid's Glen-Irish Independent "Golfer of the Month" for May 2000. He shot 50 pts. On, May Day followed by a 64 net on 20th of May. His prize was a beautiful limited-edition painting by Robert Ballagh, I, for one, would like to see more of this type of prize appearing on our prize tables.

Members who played representative golf for Country or Province;

A. O’Connor represented Ireland as a Senior International from 1967 to1972 playing 30-times won 19-matches halved one and lost 10-matches accumulating 39-points. He represented Connacht at Senior Interprovincial level from 1964 to 1972 playing 42-times won 24-matches halved five and lost 13-matches accumulating 53-points. He represented Connacht as a Youth Interprovincial in 1964 playing 2-times;

Gavin Lunny represented Ireland at Irish Boys' level in 1995 playing 7-times won 1-match and lost 6-matches accumulating 2-points. He represented Leinster at Senior Interprovincial level from 1996 to 1999 playing 7-times won 3-matches and lost 4-matches accumulating 6-points. He represented Leinster at Boys  Interprovincial level from 1993 to 1994 playing 12-times won 7-matches and lost 5-matches accumulating 14-points;

P. Coyne represented Connacht as a Youth Interprovincial in 1964 playing 2-times; 

Moira Morris was the reserve on the Irish team in the European Ladies Junior Championships at Oslo Golf Club in 1998. She was selected on the Irish Panel for 1999;

History of Naas

There is some confusion as to the foundation date of Naas Golf Club. However, a letter in the "Irish Field" on 3rd October, 1908, by Mr. E. I. Gray, records "Your correspondent states that Messrs Gray and McCann were chiefly responsible for the forming of the club in 1896. Neither McCann nor myself had anything to do with it. It was first put on foot by a great enthusiast, Mr. Mansfield, D. L., our President, who was ably assisted by Mr. J. S. Shannon now manager of the Hibernian Bank at Loughrea. They got together a very small club at Halverston, that existed only on sufferance and despite the fact that the rent was only something like £6 a year, it was with great difficulty raised."

It was known as the Co. Kildare Golf Club until 1966, when it changed its name to Naas.

The club moved from Halverston to Decoy in 1903 George Coburn, the professional at Portmarnock, laid out the new nine-hole course. Then, in 1912, it moved again to the Knocks and W. C. Pickman of Portmarnock laid out this new nine-hole course. Then, in 1922, yet another move took place, this time to Monread, before locating at its present home at Kerdiffstown, which was officially opened on the 8th June 1941.

In the early 1990s, Dr. Arthur Spring redesigned the course, which included an additional nine-holes. In 1999, Naas opened its fine new clubhouse.

What the Club tells us:

Naas Golf Club, or Co.Kildare Golf Club as it was known up to 1966, had four homes before finally arriving at the present site at Kerdiffstown. It was founded in 1896 when four local gentlemen, Mr.G.Mansfield, Mr J.S.Shannon, Mr E.J.Grey and Mr.P.J.McCann, got together and leased land at Halverstown. The lease was a short one and the rent was £6 per year. Mr.Shannon was elected Secretary and also acted as Greenkeeper.

In 1900 the club moved to the lands of Decoy Farm near Osberstown. The course (in which the landowner would not permit bunkering) was laid out by George Coburn. It was 3,170 yards in length (considered a long course at the time) and the bogey (par) was 42. A Clubhouse was provided and the services of a Professional (McGlue from Portmarnock) were acquired.

In 1911, as the lease at Decoy was expiring, a new course (or links as it was known) was acquired at Oldtown Naas. It was known as ‘The Knocks‘. The course was laid out by Mr. Pickeman (founder and Hon Sec of Portmarnock Golf Club). It measured 2,700 yards and the bogey was 38. The services of a club Professional (Holley from Portmarnock) were secured. Annual Subscriptions were fixed at 30 Shillings for men and 10 shillings for ladies. In 1912 the ladies formed a branch of their own.

In 1922, as the lease of The Knocks was coming to an end, land for a new course was acquired at Monread on a 21 year lease. The course was laid out by Mr Cecil Barcroft and was very highly rated (‘course review’ done by The Irish Times - 30-11-1922). The Clubhouse, built of galvanised metal and lined with wood, was transferred from ’The Knocks’. During the ‘Monread’ period membership greatly increased and with the advent of motor cars members were joining from as far afield as Dublin. It was during this time also that the club first engaged in G.U.I.Competitions. In 1933 the Club took part for the first time in the Barton Cup and won it in 1933, 1934, and 1959.

In 1940 the Club purchased about 67 acres of land at Kerdiffstown from the Land Commission and the layout and construction of a nine hole course (now essentially the second nine of the present course) was carried out by Mr.John Rourke (County Surveyer). The course was officially opened on 8th of June 1941 and quickly earned a reputation as one of the best nine hole courses in the Country. In 1989 further land at Kerdiffstown (approx 50 acres) was purchased from the Frederick Ozanam Trust Incl. This enabled the course, designed by Mr.Arthur Spring, to be extended to a full eighteen holes. It was officially opened by Mr Liam Reidy (President, Golfing Union of Ireland) on Saturday 20th June 1992.

Roll of Honour

Member Year Hon. Position
Kay Moynihan 1989 Ladies Captain
Liam Casey 1989 Men's Captain
Liam O'Flynn 1989 President
Rosario Fitzsimons 1990 Ladies Captain
Joan Gorry 1990 Ladies President
David Carbery 1990 Men's Captain
Liam O'Flynn 1990 President
Joan Lyons 1991 Ladies Captain
Breda McDermott 1991 Ladies President
Tom D' Arcy 1991 Men's Captain
Liam O'Flynn 1991 President
Brenda Chapman 1992 Ladies Captain
Breda McDermott 1992 Ladies President
Noel Ryan 1992 Men's Captain
Liam O'Flynn 1992 President
Ronnie D'Arcy 1993 Ladies Captain
Breda McDermott 1993 Ladies President
John O'Reilly 1993 Men's Captain
Liam O'Flynn 1993 President
Joan Osborne 1994 Ladies Captain
Ceppy Lawlor 1994 Ladies President
Chris Sheehan 1994 Men's Captain
Liam O'Flynn 1994 President
Helen Magee 1995 Ladies Captain
Ceppy Lawlor 1995 Ladies President
Seamus Rohan 1995 Men's Captain
Liam O'Flynn 1995 President
Ursula Owens 1996 Ladies Captain
Ceppy Lawlor 1996 Ladies President
Turlough Boylan 1996 Men's Captain
Liam O'Flynn 1996 President
Geraldine Kehoe 1997 Ladies Captain
Freddie Rafferty 1997 Ladies President
Eddie Prendergast 1997 Men's Captain
Liam O'Flynn 1997 President
Pam O'Neill 1998 Ladies Captain
Seamus Moody 1998 Men's Captain
Liam O'Flynn 1998 President
Mrs. R. Colivet 1999 Ladies Captain
Mrs. F. Rafferty 1999 Ladies President
Nigel Swan 1999 Men's Captain
Liam O'Flynn 1999 President
Teresa Conway 2000 Ladies Captain
Margot D'Arcy 2000 Ladies President
Larry Clarke 2000 Men's Captain
Liam O'Flynn 2000 President
Cecily Murphy 2001 Ladies Captain
Margot D'Arcy 2001 Ladies President
Dermot Delaney 2001 Men's Captain
L. O'Flynn 2001 President
Mrs. Patricia Doyle 2002 Ladies Captain
Margot D'Arcy 2002 Ladies President
Ben Scully 2002 Men's Captain
Liam O'Flynn 2002 President
Ann Jones 2003 Ladies Captain
M. Clarke 2003 Ladies President
Dermot Delaney 2003 Men's Captain
Noel Sheridan 2003 President
Gert Conway 2004 Ladies Captain
M. Clarke 2004 Ladies President
Noel Farrelly 2004 Men's Captain
Noel Sheridan 2004 President
Mary Pierce 2005 Ladies Captain
Monica O'Connor 2005 Ladies President
Gerry Prendergast 2005 Men's Captain
Ken Dermody 2005 President
Mary Ryan 2006 Ladies Captain
 Monica O'Connor 2006 Ladies President
Frank Walsh 2006 Men's Captain
Ken Dermody 2006 President
Margaret Kelleher 2007 Ladies Captain
Moira Maguire 2007 Ladies President
John Cradock 2007 Men's Captain
Denis Mullins 2007 President
Phil Rohan 2008 Ladies Captain
Moira Maguire 2008 Ladies President
Jim Fennell 2008 Men's Captain
Denis Mullins 2008 President
Ann Swan 2009 Ladies Captain
Joan Lyons 2009 Ladies President
John Kerin 2009 Men's Captain
Joseph Lyons 2009 President
Angelina Moody 2010 Ladies Captain
Joan Lyons 2010 Ladies President
Richard Hayden  2010 Men's Captain
Joseph Lyons 2010 President
Brid Dermody 2011 Ladies Captain
Ronnie D'Arcy 2011 Ladies President
Sean Grogan 2011 Men's Captain
Gus Fitzpatrick 2011 President
Anne Stapleton 2012 Ladies Captain
Ronnie D'Arcy 2012 Ladies President
John F. Dunne 2012 Men's Captain
Gus Fitzpatrick 2012 President
Eleanor O'Dwyer 2013 Ladies Captain
Joan Osborne
2013 Ladies President
Brendan Ryan 2013 Men's Captain
Joe Keogh
2013 President
Marie Murphy 2014 Ladies Captain
Joan Osborne 2014 Ladies President
Pat Coughlan 2014 Men's Captain
Joe Keogh 2014 President
Colette Osborne 2015 Ladies Captain
June Greely
2015 Ladies President
Gerry Berrigan 2015 Men's Captain
Har Hannigan
2015 President
Yvonne Frayne 2016 Ladies Captain
June Greely 2016 Ladies President
Dave Smyth 2016 Men's Captain
Har Hannigan 2016 President
Catherine Grogan 2017 Ladies Captain
Gert Conway 2017 Ladies President
Kevin Redmond 2017 Men's Captain
Michael Moran 2017 President
Fionnuala O'Neill
2018 Ladies Captain
Gert Conway 2018 Ladies President
Jim Stapleton 2018 Men's Captain
Michael Moran 2018 President
Anne Higgins
2019 Ladies Captain
Cecily Murphy 2019 Ladies President
Brian Cagney 2019 Men's Captain
Tim O'Connell 2019 President
Tom Browne 2019 Youths Captain
Cait Harrington 2020 Ladies Captain
Cecily Murphy 2020 Ladies President
Ray Lynch 2020 Men's Captain
Tim O'Connell 2020 President
Jamie Butler 2020 Youths Captain
Jacinta Kilduff 2021 Ladies Captain
2021 Ladies President
Dermot Griffin 2021 Men's Captain
Seán Grogan 2021 President
  2021 Youths Captain
Paula Murray 2022 Ladies Captain
Rose Ryan 2022 Ladies President
Clive Brownlee 2022 Men's Captain
John Grogan
2022 President
  2022 Youths Captain
Suzie Hayes (4) 2022
Lowest Ladies Handicap
Sarah Crowe (6) 2022
Lowest Ladies Handicap
Patricia Cronin (8) 2022
Lowest Ladies Handicap
Robert Brazill (-3.0)
Lowest Men's Handicap
Jack Hume (-4) 2022
Lowest Men's Handicap
Conor O'Rourke (-3)
Lowest Men's Handicap
Jonathan Yates (-2)
Lowest Men's Handicap
David Marshall Jnr. 2022 Lowest Men's Handicap
Maurice Kelly (0) 2022
Lowest Men's Handicap
Rob Fitzpatrick (1.5) 2022
Lowest Men's Handicap
Jamie Butler (1.5)
Lowest Men's Handicap
David Marshall Jnr(2) 2022
Lowest Men's Handicap

Holes in One at Naas

Member Date Hole No. Club Used Distance
Anthony Jones        
Margaret Moroney        
Monica O'Connor        
Liam Casey        
Patrick Larlin        
Batty Foley 23 May 1998 3rd   138 yd’s
Peter Garry 15 April 2000 17th   174 yd‘s
Willie Headen 21 May 2000 8th   139 yd‘s
Ted Coonan 29 July 2000 17th   174 yd‘s
Peter Doherty 7 August 2000 17th   174 yd‘s
M. Kelleher 24 September 2001 3rd   160 yd‘s
John O'Brien 14 October 2001 8th   139 yd‘s
James Kenny 30 March 2003 3rd   163 yd’s
Monica O'Connor 24 April 2004 10th   146 yd’s
Maire Murphy 6 June 2004 3rd   118 yd’s
Malcolm Allen 20 June 2004 10th   185 yd’s
Adrian O'Dwyer 27 August 2005 3rd   160 yd’s
Pam O'Neill 11 April 2006 3rd   120 yd’s
Angela Leavy 27 June 2006 3rd   120 yd’s
Nuala Sreenan 18 July 2006 3rd   120 yd’s
Kathleen Moore 15 August 2006 14th   127 yd’s
Betty Barnwall 15 August 2006 3rd   120 yd’s
James Leavy 30 August 2006 10th   173 yd’s
Vera O'Sullivan 6 September 2006 3rd   120 yd’s
Mary McGoff 17 November 2006 3rd   117 yd’s
Catherine Farrelly 5 June 2007 3rd   120 yd’s
Brenda Chapman 26 July 2008 8th   112 yd’s
Caroline Condon 22 April 2009 14th   127 yd’s
Conor Delahunty 16 July 2009 8th   132 yd’s