News update July 5th

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Saturday 2nd July. A large field of competitors enjoyed almost perfect conditions in the Wehrly Brothers Jewellers competition. With the course in tip-top shape, visit mild temperatures and just a gentle breeze scoring was generally good. Many thanks to Mr Tony Wehrly for his continued and generous support.

Michael McDermott           43

Declan Reidy                    40

Philip Little                       40

John Howley                     39

Patsy Gallagher                38

Sunday 3rd July. Another perfect day greeted the huge field who locked horns for Captain’s Qualifying. 99 players made it through to Mr Joe McCann’s Captain’s Day proper next Saturday. Scores are available at and for those who do not have the time to count out 99 places please note that Shane Martyn took the last qualifying spot. So everybody from Shane up to leading qualifier Martin Campion (with a great score of 63) can plan on teeing it up next Saturday. Play will commence at 7.20 a.m. in reverse qualifying order, cost a full timesheet will be posted in the clubhouse and golf shop.

Captain’s Day (Mr Joe McCann)

With the qualifying completed it’s full steam ahead to the big day itself. The non-qualifiers competition will follow the main event and comprise ten holes with first slot at 1.00 p.m. A time sheet will be available in the golfshop. Captain Joe would like to invite all members to join him in the cubhouse on Saturday evening for the presentation of prizes, viagra 100mg music, craic and the usual mayhem. Strandhill Golf Club has always been known for it’s ability to party so let’s keep that tradition going.


Tuesday mornings are junior mornings for the remainder of the summer. Beginners and improvers are more than welcome at 9.30 a.m. each Tuesday with a charge of three euro per person per morning. For those who are already handicapped, junior competitions will take place at the same time. All enquiries to golfshop 071 9168725.


Congratulations to our senior men who qualified for the next round of the J B Carr trophy with a great win over nearest neighbours County Sligo. Astute team captain Fred Litherland provided the inspiration for a rare bright spot in what has been a disappointing season for the club’s teams.

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