Gold Coast Golf Club
Ballinacourty, Dungarvan,
Co. Waterford.

Goldcoast Golf Club Notes 20th June 2021

GENTS SINGLES MATCHPLAY

Matches to be finished on or before 5th July

Ned O’Connor V Brian Dunbar

Paraic O’ Lionan V Ryan Duke

Sean Horgan V Tommy Long

Liam O’Droma V Conor Clancy

John White V Pat Norris

Aodh O’Murchu V Micheal White

John W Walsh V Tom White

 

SCRATCH MATCHPLAY 2021 – Please sign up on the sheet in the kiosk for this years Scratch Matchplay Competition before Sunday 20th June. Draw takes place on Monday 21st June. Best of luck to all competitors.

 

MICK WHITE FOURSOMES 2021 – Please sign up on the sheet in the kiosk for this years Mick White Foursomes Competition before Sunday 27th June. Draw takes place on Monday 28th June. Best of luck to all competitors.

 

JUNIOR CUP 2021

Any member interested on being part of the Junior Cup panel please contact Jimmy O’Dwyer or Micheal White to put your name forward.

 

PIERCE PURCELL 2021

Next practice session will take place on Tuesday 8th from 5.50. Further practice sessions will take place on Mondays starting on Monday 14th…first tee time is 5.50. If interested please contact Brian Dunbar 087 6218733 or Michael Wall 087 2570716. Minimum handicap is 10.5 on 1st January 2021.

 

DRESS CODE

We are appreciative of members and visitors adherence to the appropriate dresscode on the golf course.  Smart casual dress is essential and please note the following are unacceptable – denin jeans, singlets or collarless shirts, untailored shorts, track or leisure suits.  Thank you for your adherence.

 

GOLDCOAST GOLF COURSE WHATSAPP GROUP

Members who wish to be part of the Goldcoast WhatsApp group please sign a consent form in the Kiosk.

 

RESULTS

Tues. 15th June Gents & Ladies Singles S/F

1st Tony Sheehan (16) 40, 2nd Gerry Comerford (14) 40, 3rd Patsy Walsh (25) 40, 4th Gerard Kelly (18) Tipperary, Best Lady Paula Carey (27) East Cork

 

Fri. 18th June Gents & Ladies Singles S/F

1st Paraic O’Lonain (12) 43, 2nd  Owen Morrissey (11) 40, Gross Neil Dermody (3) 33, 3rd Mark Flynn West Waterford (9) 39. Best Lady Rebecca Kavanagh (16) 42

 

Sat. 19th June Gents Club Comp

1st Johnn Queally (23) 40pts. 2nd John Aherne (14) 39pts Gross Michael White (o) 36pts. 3rd

David O’Connor (6) 38pts.

 

Sat 19th June Open Singles S/F

1st James O’Mahony Dungarvan (24) 38pts.

 

Sun. 20th Eugene Collins Memorial Singles: 1 Declan Kiely 13 39, 2 John Flynn (9) 38, Gross Ml White 0 36, 3 John Kiely (4) 37

 

GENTS FIXTURES

Tues. 22nd June Gents & Ladies Singles S/F

Fri.25th June Gents & Ladies Singles S/F

Sat. 26th & Sun. 27th June Gents Club Comp Vice Cpt Prize/Open Singles S/F

Tues. 29th June Open Gents & Ladies Singles S/F

 

WORLD HANDICAPPING SYSTEM AND GOLF IRELAND APP at www.golfireland.ie

The World Handicap System was launched in November 2020.  Please go to the Golf Ireland website and find your handicap index.  The WHS is an averaging system based using the best 8 of the last 20 scores on your record.  To access your handicap information, you must register and create a new account at www.golfireland.ie using your eight-digit CDH number and 4-digit PIN, both of which are printed on the rear of your GUI/ILGU Member Card.  You can also now download the new Golf Ireland App which will also enable you to view your own handicap index and playing record.  We would urge all members to register now and familiarise themselves with the WHS system.

 

HOW TO USE YOUR NEW WHS HANDICAP INDEX

Course & Slope Rating tables are located at the Club but are also available on the Golf Ireland App.  You simply have to choose the tees you are playing off that day and cross reference your Handicap Index on the Course & Slope Rating table to ascertain your Course Handicap. Different tees on the same course could have varying slope ratings. Your Course Handicap determines the number of strokes you give or receive off the tee set you intend to play from red, yellow, white or blue.

Then, depending on the format you are playing (singles, fourball etc.) you will apply a handicap allowance to your course handicap which will present you with your playing handicap.

For example: The recommended handicap allowance for individual stroke play events is 95% which means a player could have a handicap index of 18.2, course handicap of 20 but a playing handicap of 19.
More information on the World Handicap System can be found at www.golfnet.ie/whs

 

HOW DID I DO APP FOR COMPETITION SIGN IN AND SCORE ENTRY

The facility exists for members to sign in and input their scores at the Club for competitions through their phone on the Howdidido mobile App.  Members are encouraged to register for this service on the HowdidiIdo website.

 

INTRODUCTORY MEMBER RATES

Thank you to our all our member who have paid their annual subscription and we’d like to give a very warm welcome to all our new members who recently joined.

 

Here at the Gold Coast Golf Club we also have fantastic Introductory rates for new members.

 

New Gents member only €450 inclusive of Golf Ireland affiliation fee.

New Gents Senior (65+) only €350 inclusive of Golf Ireland affiliation fee.

New Lady member only €350 inclusive of Golf Ireland affiliation fee.

New Lady Senior (65+) only €300 inclusive of Golf Ireland affiliation fee.

 

For an application form or further information on our fees, please contact our Director of Golf Irene on golf@goldcoastgolfresort.com or 058 44055

 

SOCIETIES AND GREEN FEES WELCOME

Gold Coast Golf Club warmly welcome Societies and Green fees in accordance with Covid guidelines and we look forward to greeting you and your guests and friends in 2021.  Bookings are being taken, contact Irene Lynch our Director of Golf on 05844055 or golf@goldcoastgolfresort.com for favourable rates and to discuss your booking requirements.

 

 

LADIES NOTES

FIXTURES

10 Hole On-going Competition

18 Hole Competition kindly sponsored by Queally/Walsh Sat/Sun 26/27 June

18 Hole Open Competition for Ladies and Gents every Tue and Friday

 

RESULTS

18 Hole Competition sponsored by Comeragh Oil

1st Mary Kiely (13) 42pts

2nd Breda Conway (29) 40pts

3rd Miriam Matthews (18) 39pts

Great scores from the ladies over the weekend, well done to all!!

 

GOLF IRELAND NEWS

While the return to formal and organised competitions has commenced, we are delighted to welcome back our friends from the many clubs who have been regular supporters of our Open Tuesday and Friday competitions. Meanwhile, visitors and green fees are most welcome to play our spectacular course and when the weather is fine and sunny the scenery is unrivalled!! Entry and returned scores via computer is obligatory and entry fees payable by card in the kiosk. The 10 Hole On-going remains the same, entering in downstairs kiosk and posting €3 in ladies score box.

 

INTER CLUB COMPETITIONS

The Inter Club competitions started with the Womens All Ireland Fourball sponsored by Revive Active. Our team were pitted against West Waterford in the first leg on Sunday 20th June with 3 pairings in W/Wat and 2 pairings at home in the Goldcoast. After a valiant effort our ladies succumbed to a stronger team on the day.  Well done to all concerned and we wish our near neighbours continued success as they progress in the tournament.

 

Our Ladies Intermediate team take on W/Wat on the 4th July, while our Junior and Senior Cup players are out on the same day against Tramore and Cork/East Cork respectivly on the 28th July.

 

OPEN TEAM EVENTS

We are looking forward to hosting our very popular Open Team Events on the following dates, July 19th, August 16th and September 20th which will all take place on Mondays. Mark the dates in your diaries ladies!

 

MARKING OF CARDS

Golf Ireland guidelines have stated that all 3 handicaps must be recorded on cards for competition and casual rounds for handicap purposes. To avoid disqualification you must record your h/cap index, playing h/cap and most importantly the course h/cap, all of these are available on the Golf Ireland app and also on screen when you log in for competitions. All scores must be recorded by the marker and signed in agreement with the player before being returned no later than 30mins after you finish your round.

 

COVID 19

The guidelines for now are members with no restriction on households permitted per booking for social or club competitions. Meanwhile all regulations have to be adhered to when entering and playing your round. Members please make yourselves aware of the changing guidelines in relation to golf from the government and Golf Ireland, information regarding any changes will be posted on the WhatsApp group.

 

NEW MEMBER DEALS

Ladies, if you had ever thought of taking up golf, now is the time to do it, our Lady Captain Anne and any committee member would be delighted to take out potential members and showcase our beautiful course and unrivalled scenery!! There are great deals on offer for new members and beginners, please contact our Director of Golf Irene or Brian in the kiosk on 058 44055 for more information.

The management and staff have implemented all the safety procedures to protect both staff and members who wish to play golf at the Gold Coast GC. Please keep yourself informed of new notifications within the club!

 

Goldcoast Golf Club Notes 13th June 2021

GENTS MATCHPLAYS

SINGLES MATCHPLAY 2021 – Please sign up on the sheet in the kiosk for this years Singles Matchplay Competition before Sunday 13th June. Draw takes place on Monday 14th June. Best of luck to all competitors.

 

MICK WHITE FOURSOMES 2021 – Please sign up on the sheet in the kiosk for this years Mick White Foursomes Competition before Sunday 27th June. Draw takes place on Monday 28th June. Best of luck to all competitors.

 

SCRATCH MATCHPLAYS 2021 – Please sign up on the sheet in the kiosk for this years Scratch Matchplay Competition before Sunday 20th June. Draw takes place on Monday 21st June. Best of luck to all competitors.

 

JIMMY BRUEN

Congratulations to our Bruen team who defeated Waterford Castle last Saturday in a closely contested match.  Well done to all involved and good luck in the next round.

 

JUNIOR CUP 2021

Any member interested on being part of the Junior Cup panel please contact Jimmy O’Dwyer or Micheal White to put your name forward.

 

PIERCE PURCELL 2021

Next practice session will take place on Tuesday 8th from 5.50. Further practice sessions will take place on Mondays starting on Monday 14th…first tee time is 5.50. If interested please contact Brian Dunbar 087 6218733 or Michael Wall 087 2570716. Minimum handicap is 10.5 on 1st January 2021.

 

DRESS CODE

We are appreciative of members and visitors adherence to the appropriate dresscode on the golf course.  Smart casual dress is essential and please note the following are unacceptable – denin jeans, singlets or collarless shirts, untailored shorts, track or leisure suits.  Thank you for your adherence.

 

GOLDCOAST GOLF COURSE WHATSAPP GROUP

Members who wish to be part of the Goldcoast WhatsApp group please sign a consent form in the Kiosk.

 

RESULTS

Mon. 7th June Open Singles

1 Eoghan O’Mahony East Cork 8 41

2 Mark Ronayne West Waterford 24 39

Gross Diarmuid Henley 1 35

3rd John W Walsh (10)  36

1st Lady Martina Corkery (18) 41

 

Tues. 8th June Gents & Ladies Singles S/F

1st Craig Susdorf  Dungarvan (18) 39pts

2nd Alfie Herbert   (26) 38pts

3rd Bernard Harrington (17) 38pts

1st Lady Mary Kiely (13) 36pts.

 

Fri. 11th June Gents & Ladies Singles S/F:

1st Tony Fitzgerald (19) 41, 2nd Pat Norris 20 38, Gross Nicolas Conduin 5 32, Best Lady Jan Browne (2) 37.

 

Sat. 12th Gents Clu: 1st Adam O’Riordan (22) 46, 2 Frank Waters (20) 43, Gross Diarmuid Henley (1) 35, 3rd Tom Maguire (17) 41.

Sat. 12th Open Singles S/F: 1st Billy Crosbie Eniscorthy (10) 37pts

Sun. 13th June Gents Club: 1 Fearghal O’Cuirrin 11 70, 2 Darren Williams 6 70, Gross Ger Bagge 3 76, 3 Conor Clancy 8 70,

Sun. 13th June Open Singles S/F: Brian Nolan West Waterford (13) 35

 

FIXTURES

Tues. 15th June Gents & Ladies Singles S/F

Fri. 18th June Gents & Ladies Singles S/F

Sat. 19th & Sun. 20th June Gents Club Comp/Open Singles S/F

Tues. 22nd June Open Gents & Ladies Singles S/F

 

WORLD HANDICAPPING SYSTEM AND GOLF IRELAND APP at www.golfireland.ie

The World Handicap System was launched in November 2020.  Please go to the Golf Ireland website and find your handicap index.  The WHS is an averaging system based using the best 8 of the last 20 scores on your record.  To access your handicap information, you must register and create a new account at www.golfireland.ie using your eight-digit CDH number and 4-digit PIN, both of which are printed on the rear of your GUI/ILGU Member Card.  You can also now download the new Golf Ireland App which will also enable you to view your own handicap index and playing record.  We would urge all members to register now and familiarise themselves with the WHS system.

 

HOW TO USE YOUR NEW WHS HANDICAP INDEX

Course & Slope Rating tables are located at the Club but are also available on the Golf Ireland App.  You simply have to choose the tees you are playing off that day and cross reference your Handicap Index on the Course & Slope Rating table to ascertain your Course Handicap. Different tees on the same course could have varying slope ratings. Your Course Handicap determines the number of strokes you give or receive off the tee set you intend to play from red, yellow, white or blue.

Then, depending on the format you are playing (singles, fourball etc.) you will apply a handicap allowance to your course handicap which will present you with your playing handicap.

For example: The recommended handicap allowance for individual stroke play events is 95% which means a player could have a handicap index of 18.2, course handicap of 20 but a playing handicap of 19.
More information on the World Handicap System can be found at www.golfnet.ie/whs

 

HOW DID I DO APP FOR COMPETITION SIGN IN AND SCORE ENTRY

The facility exists for members to sign in and input their scores at the Club for competitions through their phone on the Howdidido mobile App.  Members are encouraged to register for this service on the HowdidiIdo website.

 

INTRODUCTORY MEMBER RATES

Thank you to our all our member who have paid their annual subscription and we’d like to give a very warm welcome to all our new members who recently joined.

 

Here at the Gold Coast Golf Club we also have fantastic Introductory rates for new members.

 

New Gents member only €450 inclusive of Golf Ireland affiliation fee.

New Gents Senior (65+) only €350 inclusive of Golf Ireland affiliation fee.

New Lady member only €350 inclusive of Golf Ireland affiliation fee.

New Lady Senior (65+) only €300 inclusive of Golf Ireland affiliation fee.

 

For an application form or further information on our fees, please contact our Director of Golf Irene on golf@goldcoastgolfresort.com or 058 44055

 

SOCIETIES AND GREEN FEES WELCOME

Gold Coast Golf Club warmly welcome Societies and Green fees in accordance with Covid guidelines and we look forward to greeting you and your guests and friends in 2021.  Bookings are being taken, contact Irene Lynch our Director of Golf on 05844055 or golf@goldcoastgolfresort.com for favourable rates and to discuss your booking requirements.

 

LADIES NOTES

FIXTURES

10 Hole On-going Competition

18 Hole Club Competition Sat/Sun 19/20 June

18 Hole Open Competition for Ladies and Gents every Tue and Friday

 

RESULTS

18 Hole Competition 05/06 June

1st Bridge Walsh (17) 40pts

2nd Rebecca Kavanagh (18) 40pts

3rd Ger Hallinan (19) 39pts

 

18 Hole Open Ladies & Gents 07 June

1st lady Martina Corkery (18) 41pts

Great scores from the ladies over the weekend, well done to all!!

 

GOLF IRELAND NEWS

While the return to formal and organised competitions has commenced, we are delighted to welcome back our friends from the many clubs who have been regular supporters of our Open Tuesday and Friday competitions. Meanwhile, visitors and green fees are most welcome to play our spectacular course and when the weather is fine and sunny the scenery is unrivalled!! Entry and returned scores via computer is obligatory and entry fees payable by card in the kiosk. The 10 Hole On-going remains the same, entering in downstairs kiosk and posting €3 in ladies score box.

 

INTER CLUB COMPETITIONS

The Inter Club competitions will be starting soon and the team managers are busy getting their respective players ready for their first outing of the leagues. It will be tougher than previous years as all the new protocols will have to be adhered to, but we are wishing all our teams the very best of luck and hope they all have a very enjoyable and sporting match!!

 

OPEN TEAM EVENTS

We are looking forward to hosting our very popular Open Team Events on the following dates, July 19th, August 16th and September 20th which will all take place on Mondays. Mark the dates in your diaries ladies!

 

MARKING OF CARDS

Golf Ireland guidelines have stated that all 3 handicaps must be recorded on cards for competition and casual rounds for handicap purposes. To avoid disqualification you must record your h/cap index, playing h/cap and most importantly the course h/cap, all of these are available on the Golf Ireland app and also on screen when you log in for competitions. All scores must be recorded by the marker and signed in agreement with the player before being returned no later than 30mins after you finish your round.

 

GET WELL WISHES

Sending our warmest get well wishes to Mairead M and looking forward to seeing you back on the fairways very soon!!

 

COVID 19

The guidelines for now are members with no restriction on households permitted per booking for social or club competitions. Meanwhile all regulations have to be adhered to when entering and playing your round. Members please make yourselves aware of the changing guidelines in relation to golf from the government and Golf Ireland, information regarding any changes will be posted on the WhatsApp group.

 

NEW MEMBER DEALS

Ladies, if you had ever thought of taking up golf, now is the time to do it, our Lady Captain Anne and any committee member would be delighted to take out potential members and showcase our beautiful course and unrivalled scenery!! There are great deals on offer for new members and beginners, please contact our Director of Golf Irene or Brian in the kiosk on 058 44055 for more information.

The management and staff have implemented all the safety procedures to protect both staff and members who wish to play golf at the Gold Coast GC. Please keep yourself informed of new notifications within the club!

 

Goldcoast Golf Club Notes 6th June 2021

RETURN OF ALL COMPETITIVE GOLF COMPETITIONS 

Golfers are delighted with further easing of restrictions since 7th June in line with the Irish Government’s ‘Path Ahead’. We’d like to extend a warm welcome to visitors returning again to play in our popular Open competitions on Tuesdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.  

 

The current Return to Golf Protocol for golf clubs and golfers prepared by Golf Ireland relating to the new guidelines is available for viewing on the Golf Ireland website www.golfireland.ie. Members, guests and visitors are required to familiarize themselves with the relevant protocols and watch for regular updates. 

 

Currently the following protocol applies: Golf Clubs are open for members, guests and visitors with no limits on domestic travel or household restrictions.  

Note: It’s essential that tee times must be booked in advance online or over the telephone. 

All forms of competitive golf may be undertaken, including so called ‘Major’ competitions, internal club matchplay and club open competitions. 

Clubs can also if they wish adjust starting intervals on their timesheets to facilitate a greater number of players.   

A maximum of 100 spectators (not including players or officials) may attend organised outdoor events, and this will apply to organised inter-club matches.  

All golf activities should be organised based on “arrival-play-depart without delay.  

Players’ names/guests must be recorded on timesheets and timesheets must be kept for a period of at least six weeks to assist with contact tracing should the need arise. 

There is a major responsibility on golf clubs and golfers to ensure that our sport is conducted in a safe and responsible manner. Full adherence to the provisions of the Protocols will be absolutely essential.  Club officials and members are urged to familiarise themselves with the up to date Protocol so that we can all play our part keeping our members and communities safe. 

 

JIMMY BRUEN 

Goldcoast v’s Waterford Castle takes place this Sat. 12th June at 2.40pm  We are hosting 3 matches at home.   Best of luck to the team. 

 

PIERCE PURCELL 2021 

Next practice session will take place on Tuesday 8th from 5.50. Further practice sessions will take place on Mondays starting on Monday 14th…first tee time is 5.50. If interested please contact Brian Dunbar 087 6218733 or Michael Wall 087 2570716. Minimum handicap is 10.5 on 1st January 2021. 

 

DRESS CODE 

We are appreciative of members and visitors adherence to the appropriate dresscode on the golf course.  Smart casual dress is essential and please note the following are unacceptable – denin jeans, singlets or collarless shirts, untailored shorts, track or leisure suits.  Thank you for your adherence.  

 

GOLDCOAST GOLF COURSE WHATSAPP GROUP 

Members who wish to be part of the Goldcoast WhatsApp group please sign a consent form in the Kiosk. 

 

GENTS SINGLES MATCHPLAY 

White Tees 

Full Difference of Handicap 

Names in before Sunday 13th June 

Draw Monday 14th June 

32 – 1st round before Monday 28th June 

16 – 2nd round before Monday 19th July 

8 – 3rd round before Monday 9th August 

4 –  4th round before Monday 30th August 

2 –  5th round before Monday 20th September 

 

RESULTS 

Tues. 1st June Gents & Ladies Singles S/F: 1 Darren O’Droma (8) 43pts, 2nd Sean Horgan (13) 40pts, 3rd P J Barry (20) 40pts. 

Fri. 4th Gents & Ladies Singles S/F:  

1st Tony Sheehan (17) 40pts, 2nd John Sheehan, Gross Diarmaid Henley (1) 35pts, 3rd Aisling Fennell (8) 39pts. 

Sat. 5th June: 1st 1 Fearghal O’Cuirrin 12 40, 2 Colin McArthur 6 38, Gross Stephen Cliffe 4 32, 

 3 Freddie McGuckian 11 38  

Sun. 6th June: 1 Vincent Hyland 15 40, 2 Ryan Duke 18 40, Gross Michael Lenihan +1 37, 3 Adam O’Riordan 23 39, 4 Michael Kelleher 28 39  

  

FIXTURES 

Tues. 8th June Gents & Ladies Singles S/F 

Fri. 11th June Gents & Ladies Singles S/F 

Sat. 12th & Sun. 13th June Gents Club/Open Singles S/F 

Tues. 15th June Open Gents & Ladies Singles S/F 

  

WORLD HANDICAPPING SYSTEM AND GOLF IRELAND APP at www.golfireland.ie 

The World Handicap System was launched in November 2020.  Please go to the Golf Ireland website and find your handicap index.  The WHS is an averaging system based using the best 8 of the last 20 scores on your record.  To access your handicap information, you must register and create a new account at www.golfireland.ie using your eight-digit CDH number and 4-digit PIN, both of which are printed on the rear of your GUI/ILGU Member Card.  You can also now download the new Golf Ireland App which will also enable you to view your own handicap index and playing record.  We would urge all members to register now and familiarise themselves with the WHS system. 

  

HOW TO USE YOUR NEW WHS HANDICAP INDEX 

Course & Slope Rating tables are located at the Club but are also available on the Golf Ireland App.  You simply have to choose the tees you are playing off that day and cross reference your Handicap Index on the Course & Slope Rating table to ascertain your Course Handicap. Different tees on the same course could have varying slope ratings. Your Course Handicap determines the number of strokes you give or receive off the tee set you intend to play from red, yellow, white or blue. 

Then, depending on the format you are playing (singles, fourball etc.) you will apply a handicap allowance to your course handicap which will present you with your playing handicap. 

For example: The recommended handicap allowance for individual stroke play events is 95% which means a player could have a handicap index of 18.2, course handicap of 20 but a playing handicap of 19.
More information on the World Handicap System can be found at 
www.golfnet.ie/whs 

  

HOW DID I DO APP FOR COMPETITION SIGN IN AND SCORE ENTRY 

The facility now exists for members to sign in and input their scores at the Club for competitions through their phone on the Howdidido mobile App.  Members are encouraged to register for this service on the HowdidiIdo website. 

  

INTRODUCTORY MEMBER RATES 

Thank you to our all our member who have paid their annual subscription and we’d like to give a very warm welcome to all our new members who recently joined. 

 

Here at the Gold Coast Golf Club we also have fantastic Introductory rates for new members.   

  

New Gents member only €450 inclusive of Golf Ireland affiliation fee. 

New Gents Senior (65+) only €350 inclusive of Golf Ireland affiliation fee. 

New Lady member only €350 inclusive of Golf Ireland affiliation fee. 

New Lady Senior (65+) only €300 inclusive of Golf Ireland affiliation fee. 

  

For an application form or further information on our fees, please contact our Director of Golf Irene on golf@goldcoastgolfresort.com or 058 44055 

  

SOCIETIES AND GREEN FEES WELCOME 

Gold Coast Golf Club warmly welcome Societies and Green fees in accordance with Covid guidelines and we look forward to greeting you and your guests and friends in 2021.  Bookings are being taken, contact Irene Lynch our Director of Golf on 05844055 or golf@goldcoastgolfresort.com for favourable rates and to discuss your booking requirements. 

LADIES NOTES 

FIXTURES 

10 Hole On-going Competition 

18 Hole Club Competition Sat/Sun 12/13 June 

18 Hole Open Competition for Ladies and Gents every Tue and Friday 

 

RESULTS 

18 Hole Competition 29/30 May 

1st Mary Clancy (14) 35pts 

2nd Ger Hallinan (19) 34pts 

3rd Mairead Ryan (21) 33pts after countback 

 

GOLF IRELAND 

While the return to formal and organised competitions has commenced, we are delighted to welcome back our friends from the many clubs who have been regular supporters of our Open Tuesday and Friday competitions. Meanwhile, visitors and green fees are most welcome to play our spectacular course and when the weather is fine and sunny the scenery is unrivalled!! Entry and returned scores via computer is 

obligatory and entry fees payable by card in the kiosk. The 10 Hole On-going remains the same, entering in downstairs kiosk and posting €3 in ladies score box. 

 

INTER CLUB COMPETITIONS 

The Inter Club competitions will be starting soon and the team managers are busy getting their respective players ready for their first outing of the leagues. It will be tougher than previous years as all the new protocols will have to be adhered to, but we are wishing all our teams the very best of luck and hope they all have a very enjoyable and sporting match!! 

 

OPEN TEAM EVENTS 

We are looking forward to hosting our very popular Open Team Events over the months of July, August and September which will all take place on Mondays of each month, dates to be confirmed. Further notifications will be posted in these notes. 

 

MARKING OF CARDS 

Golf Ireland guidelines have stated that all 3 handicaps must be recorded on cards for competition and casual rounds for handicap purposes. To avoid disqualification you must record your h/cap index, playing h/cap and most importantly the course h/cap, all of these are available on the Golf Ireland app and also on screen when you log in for competitions. All scores must be recorded by the marker and signed in agreement with the player before being returned no later than 30mins after you finish your round. 

 

COVID 19 

The guidelines for now are members with no restriction on households permitted per booking for social or club competitions. Meanwhile all regulations have to be adhered to when entering and playing your round. Members please make yourselves aware of the changing guidelines in relation to golf from the government and Golf Ireland, information regarding any changes will be posted on the WhatsApp group. 

 

NEW MEMBER DEALS 

Ladies, if you had ever thought of taking up golf, now is the time to do it, our Lady Captain Anne and any committee member would be delighted to take out potential members and showcase our beautiful course and unrivalled scenery!! There are great deals on offer for new members and beginners, please contact our Director of Golf Irene or Brian in the kiosk on 058 44055 for more information. 

The management and staff have implemented all the safety procedures to protect both staff and members who wish to play golf at the Gold Coast GC. Please keep yourself informed of notifications within the club. 

Goldcoast Golf Club Notes 30th May 2021

RETURN TO GOLF PROTOCOL

We look forward to further easing of restrictions from 7th June in line with the Irish Government’s ‘Path Ahead’ whereby our visitors will be able to return to play in our popular Open competitions on Tuesdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays subject to the public health situation at the time.

The current Return to Golf Protocol for golf clubs and golfers prepared by Golf Ireland relating to period 10th May to 6th June is available for viewing on the Golf Ireland website www.golfireland.ie. Members, guests and visitors are required to familiarize themselves with the relevant protocols and watch for regular updates.

Currently the following protocol applies: Golf Clubs are open for members, guests and visitors with no limits on domestic travel or household restrictions.

No organised social gatherings, of any size, are permitted at golf facilities. All golf activities should be organised based on “arrival-play-depart without delay.

Note: It’s essential that tee times must be booked in advance online or over the telephone.

Players’ names/guests must be recorded on timesheets and timesheets must be kept for a period of at least six weeks to assist with contact tracing should the need arise.

There is a major responsibility on golf clubs and golfers to ensure that our sport is conducted in a safe and responsible manner. Full adherence to the provisions of the Protocols will be absolutely essential.  Club officials and members are urged to familiarise themselves with the up to date Protocol so that we can all play our part keeping our members and communities safe.

 

PIERCE PURCELL 2021

Anyone interested in trials for this team please contact Brian Dunbar 087 6218733 or Michael Wall 087 2570716.  Trials will take place on Tuesday evenings starting next Tuesday 1st June.

First tee time is 5.50.Minimum handicap is 10.5 on January 1st 2021

 

MEMBERS COMPETITION RESULTS

Tues. 25th June Gents & Ladies Singles S/F: 1 R Duke 18 39, 2 T Dalton 19 38, 3 W O’Connor 28 37.

Fri. 28th Gents & Ladies Singles S/F:

1 P O’Lonáin 12 40, Gross A Fennell 9 29

 

 

Sat. 29h Gents Singles S/F:

1 J Ryan 25 44, 2 J Sheehan 21 43 Gross Ml White 0 38, 3 A O’Riordan 23 41.

 

Sun. 30th Gents Singles S/F:

1 J de Barún 13 40, 2 C McArthur 6 39, Gross A Harty 0 36, 3 M Kelleher 28 39

 

 

MEMBER FIXTURES

Tues. 1st June Gents & Ladies Singles S/F

Fri. 4th June Gents & Ladies Singles S/F

Sat. 5th & Sun. 6th June Gents Singles S/F

Mon. 7th June Open Gents & Ladies Singles S/F

Tues. 8th June Open Gents & Ladies Singles S/F

 

WORLD HANDICAPPING SYSTEM AND GOLF IRELAND APP at www.golfireland.ie

The World Handicap System was launched in November 2020.  Please go to the Golf Ireland website and find your handicap index.  The WHS is an averaging system based using the best 8 of the last 20 scores on your record.  To access your handicap information, you must register and create a new account at www.golfireland.ie using your eight-digit CDH number and 4-digit PIN, both of which are printed on the rear of your GUI/ILGU Member Card.  You can also now download the new Golf Ireland App which will also enable you to view your own handicap index and playing record.  We would urge all members to register now and familiarise themselves with the WHS system.

 

HOW TO USE YOUR NEW WHS HANDICAP INDEX

Course & Slope Rating tables are located at the Club but are also available on the Golf Ireland App.  You simply have to choose the tees you are playing off that day and cross reference your Handicap Index on the Course & Slope Rating table to ascertain your Course Handicap. Different tees on the same course could have varying slope ratings. Your Course Handicap determines the number of strokes you give or receive off the tee set you intend to play from red, yellow, white or blue.

Then, depending on the format you are playing (singles, fourball etc.) you will apply a handicap allowance to your course handicap which will present you with your playing handicap.

For example: The recommended handicap allowance for individual stroke play events is 95% which means a player could have a handicap index of 18.2, course handicap of 20 but a playing handicap of 19.
More information on the World Handicap System can be found at www.golfnet.ie/whs

 

HOW DID I DO APP FOR COMPETITION SIGN IN AND SCORE ENTRY

The facility now exists for members to sign in and input their scores at the Club for competitions through their phone on the Howdidido mobile App.  Members are encouraged to register for this service on the HowdidiIdo website.

 

INTRODUCTORY MEMBER RATES

Thank you to our all our member who have paid their annual subscription and we’d like to give a very warm welcome to all our new members who recently joined.

 

Here at the Gold Coast Golf Club we also have fantastic Introductory rates for new members.

 

New Gents member only €450 inclusive of Golf Ireland affiliation fee.

New Gents Senior (65+) only €350 inclusive of Golf Ireland affiliation fee.

New Lady member only €350 inclusive of Golf Ireland affiliation fee.

New Lady Senior (65+) only €300 inclusive of Golf Ireland affiliation fee.

 

For an application form or further information on our fees, please contact our Director of Golf Irene on golf@goldcoastgolfresort.com or 058 44055

 

SOCIETIES AND GREEN FEES WELCOME

Gold Coast Golf Club warmly welcome Societies and Green fees in accordance with Covid guidelines and we look forward to greeting you and your guests and friends in 2021.  Bookings are being taken, contact Irene Lynch our Director of Golf on 05844055 or golf@goldcoastgolfresort.com for favourable rates and to discuss your booking requirements.

LADIES NOTES

FIXTURES

10 Hole On-going Competition

18 Hole Club Competition Sat/Sun 05/06 June

18 Hole Club Competition for Ladies and Gents every Tue and Friday

 

RESULTS

18 Hole Competition 15/16 May

1st Aisling Fennell (9) 34pts

2nd Rebecca Kavanagh (17) 32pts

 

18 Hole Competition 22/23 May

1st Miriam Matthews (18) 36pts

2nd Breda Conway (29) 32pts

 

GOLF IRELAND NEWS

While the return to formal and organised competitions will commence from 7th June, we will be delighted to welcome back all our friends from the many clubs who have been regular supporters of our Open Tuesday and Friday competitions. Meanwhile, visitors and green fees are most welcome to play our spectacular courseand when the weather is fine and sunny the scenery is unrivalled. Entry and returned scores via computer is obligatory and entry fees payable by card in the kiosk. The 10 Hole On-going remains the same, entering in downstairs kiosk and posting €3 in ladies score box.

 

COVID 19

The guidelines for now are members with no restriction on households permitted per booking for social or club competitions. Meanwhile all regulations have to be adhered to when entering and playing your round. Members please make yourselves aware of the changing guidelines in relation to golf from the government and Golf Ireland, information regarding any changes will be posted on the WhatsApp group.

 

NEW MEMBER DEALS

Ladies, if you had ever thought of taking up golf, now is the time to do it, our Lady Captain Anne and any committee member would be delighted to take out potential members and showcase our beautiful course. There are great deals on offer for new members and beginners, please contact our Director of Golf Irene or Brian in the kiosk on 058 44055 for more information.

The management and staff have implemented all the safety procedures to protect both staff and members who wish to play golf at the Gold Coast GC. Please keep yourself informed of new notifications within the club!

Goldcoast Golf Club Notes 23rd May 2021

RETURN TO GOLF PROTOCOL

 

The Return to Golf Protocol for golf clubs and golfers prepared by Golf Ireland relating to period 10th May to 6th June is available for viewing on the Golf Ireland website www.golfireland.ie. Members, guests and visitors are required to familiarize themselves with the relevant protocols.

 

Currently the following protocol applies: Golf Clubs are open for members, guests and visitors with no limits on domestic travel or household restrictions.  While the return to formal, organised competition across all sports will commence from 7th June in line with the Irish Government’s ‘Path Ahead’, Golf Ireland can now confirm that golf clubs can organise internal club competitions for members from 10th May onwards, with all other competition activities then permitted from 7th June, subject to the public health situation at the time. This is on the basis that internal club competitions for members are not deemed to be ‘formal, organised competitions’ which are not permitted until June.

No organised social gatherings, of any size, are permitted at golf facilities. All golf activities should be organised based on “arrival-play-depart without delay.

Currently timesheets are set up in three-balls, four-balls by permission.

 

Note: It’s essential that tee times must be booked in advance online or over the telephone.

Players’ names/guests must be recorded on timesheets and timesheets must be kept for a period of at least six weeks to assist with contact tracing should the need arise.

 

There is a major responsibility on golf clubs and golfers to ensure that our sport is conducted in a safe and responsible manner. Full adherence to the provisions of the Protocols will be absolutely essential.  Club officials and members are urged to familiarise themselves with the up to date Protocol so that we can all play our part keeping our members and communities safe.

 

FRED PERRY FOURBALL

Any members interested in representing the Goldcoast in the Fred Perry Fourball please contact Bob O’Brien on 0868390871.  This competition is for men aged over 55 on 1st January last.  The max handicap is 28.  Trials if required will take place in early June.  The match against Williamstown will be later.

 

MEMBERS COMPETITION RESULTS

Tues. 18th Gents & Ladies Singles S/F: 1st Mce Fennell (20) 38pts, 2nd Ted Casey (24) 37pts.

Sat. 22nd Gents Singles S/F: 1st Noel McCann (13) 38, 2 Darren Ahern (21) 37, Gross Michael Lenihan (+1) 36pts, 3rd Neil Dermody (3) 37pts.

 

MEMBER FIXTURES

Tues. 25th Gents & Ladies Singles S/F

Fri. 28th Gents & Ladies Singles S/F

Sat. 29th & Sun. 30th Gents Singles S/F

 

WORLD HANDICAPPING SYSTEM AND GOLF IRELAND APP at www.golfireland.ie

The World Handicap System was launched in November 2020.  Please go to the Golf Ireland website and find your handicap index.  The WHS is an averaging system based using the best 8 of the last 20 scores on your record.  To access your handicap information, you must register and create a new account at www.golfireland.ie using your eight-digit CDH number and 4-digit PIN, both of which are printed on the rear of your GUI/ILGU Member Card.  You can also now download the new Golf Ireland App which will also enable you to view your own handicap index and playing record.  We would urge all members to register now and familiarise themselves with the WHS system.

 

HOW TO USE YOUR NEW WHS HANDICAP INDEX

Course & Slope Rating tables are located at the Club but are also available on the Golf Ireland App.  You simply have to choose the tees you are playing off that day and cross reference your Handicap Index on the Course & Slope Rating table to ascertain your Course Handicap. Different tees on the same course could have varying slope ratings. Your Course Handicap determines the number of strokes you give or receive off the tee set you intend to play from red, yellow, white or blue.

Then, depending on the format you are playing (singles, fourball etc.) you will apply a handicap allowance to your course handicap which will present you with your playing handicap.

For example: The recommended handicap allowance for individual stroke play events is 95% which means a player could have a handicap index of 18.2, course handicap of 20 but a playing handicap of 19.
More information on the World Handicap System can be found at www.golfnet.ie/whs

 

HOW DID I DO APP FOR COMPETITION SIGN IN AND SCORE ENTRY

The facility now exists for members to sign in and input their scores at the Club for competitions through their phone on the Howdidido mobile App.  Members are encouraged to register for this service on the HowdidiIdo website.

 

ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTIONS 

Annual Subscriptions are now due for the membership season April 2021 to March 2022.  Thank you to all members who have already paid.  An information email has been forwarded to members advising of the rates with preferred payment methods etc.  Golf Insurance is also available at a cost of €30.  If you were not in receipt of an email or your email address has changed please let the office know so we can update the database.

 

Here at the Gold Coast Golf Club we also have fantastic Introductory rates for new members.  We’d like to give a very warm welcome to all our new members who recently joined.

 

New Gents member only €450 inclusive of Golf Ireland affiliation fee.

New Gents Senior (65+) only €350 inclusive of Golf Ireland affiliation fee.

New Lady member only €350 inclusive of Golf Ireland affiliation fee.

New Lady Senior (65+) only €300 inclusive of Golf Ireland affiliation fee.

 

For an application form or further information on our fees, please contact our Director of Golf Irene on golf@goldcoastgolfresort.com or 058 44055

 

SOCIETIES AND GREEN FEES WELCOME

Gold Coast Golf Club warmly welcome Societies and Green fees in accordance with Covid guidelines and we look forward to greeting you and your guests and friends in 2021.  Bookings are being taken and our society rates are very competitive. Contact Irene Lynch our Director of Golf on 05844055 or golf@goldcoastgolfresort.com for favourable rates and to discuss your booking requirements.

 

LADIES NOTES

FIXTURES

10 Hole On-going Competition

18 Hole Club Competition Sat/Sun 29/30 May

18 Hole Club Competition for Ladies and Gents every Tues and Friday

 

GOOD NEWS FROM GOLF IRELAND

While the return to Open competitions will commence from 7th June, we can confirm that internal club competitions are permitted from 10th May onwards. It is imperative to note that these competitions are for members only and prizes will depend on entry, logging on and returning scores for all 18 Hole competitions. The 10 Hole On-going remains the same, entering in downstairs kiosk and posting €3 in ladies score box.

 

COVID 19

The guidelines for now are no restriction on households permitted per booking for social or club competitions. Meanwhile all regulations have to be adhered to when entering and playing your round. Members please keep yourselves aware of the changing guidelines in relation to golf from the government and Golf Ireland, information regarding any changes will be posted on the WhatsApp group.

 

NEW MEMBER DEALS

Ladies, if you had ever thought of taking up golf, now is the time to do it, our Lady Captain Anne and any committee member would be delighted to take out potential members and showcase our beautiful course and unrivalled scenery!! There are great deals on offer for new members, please contact our Director of Golf Irene or Brian in the kiosk on 058 44055 for more information.

The management and staff have implemented all the safety procedures to protect both staff and members who wish to play golf at the Gold Coast GC. Please keep yourself informed of new notifications within the club!

Goldcoast Golf Club Notes 16th May 2021

RETURN TO GOLF PROTOCOL

The Return to Golf Protocol for golf clubs and golfers prepared by Golf Ireland relating to period 10th May to 6th June is available for viewing on the Golf Ireland website www.golfireland.ie. Members, guests and visitors are required to familiarize themselves with the relevant protocols.

 

Currently the following protocol applies: Golf Clubs are open for members, guests and visitors with no limits on domestic travel or household restrictions.  While the return to formal, organised competition across all sports will commence from 7th June in line with the Irish Government’s ‘Path Ahead’, Golf Ireland can now confirm that golf clubs can organise internal club competitions for members from 10th May onwards, with all other competition activities then permitted from 7th June, subject to the public health situation at the time. This is on the basis that internal club competitions for members are not deemed to be ‘formal, organised competitions’ which are not permitted until June.

No organised social gatherings, of any size, are permitted at golf facilities. All golf activities should be organised based on “arrival-play-depart without delay.

Currently timesheets are set up in three-balls, four-balls by permission.

 

Note: It’s essential that tee times must be booked in advance online or over the telephone.

Players’ names/guests must be recorded on timesheets and timesheets must be kept for a period of at least six weeks to assist with contact tracing should the need arise.

 

There is a major responsibility on golf clubs and golfers to ensure that our sport is conducted in a safe and responsible manner. Full adherence to the provisions of the Protocols will be absolutely essential.  Club officials and members are urged to familiarise themselves with the up to date Protocol so that we can all play our part keeping our members and communities safe.

 

MEMBERS COMPETITION RESULTS

Tues. 11th Gents & Ladies Singles S/F: 1st John D Walsh (24) 37pts, 2nd Mce Fennell (21) 35pts, 1st Lady Aisling Fennell (9) 36pts.

Fri. 14th Gents & Ladies Singles S/F: 1st Darren O’Droma (9) 34, Gross Richard Crean (2) 31pts.

Sat. 15th Gents Singles S/F: 1st Stephen Cliffe (10) 39, 2 Roy Ware (10) 38, Gross N O’Conduin (5) 32.

Sun. 16th Gents Singles S/F: 1st David Hallahan (12) 39, 2nd Martin Morris (8) 38, Gross Alan Harty (0) 32. 3rd Colin McArthur (7) 37.

 

MEMBER FIXTURES

Tues. 18th Gents & Ladies Singles S/F

Fri. 21st Gents & Ladies Singles S/F

Sat. 22nd & Sun. 23rd Gents Singles S/F

 

WORLD HANDICAPPING SYSTEM AND GOLF IRELAND APP at www.golfireland.ie

The World Handicap System was launched in November 2020.  Please go to the Golf Ireland website and find your handicap index.  The WHS is an averaging system based using the best 8 of the last 20 scores on your record.  To access your handicap information, you must register and create a new account at www.golfireland.ie using your eight-digit CDH number and 4-digit PIN, both of which are printed on the rear of your GUI/ILGU Member Card.  You can also now download the new Golf Ireland App which will also enable you to view your own handicap index and playing record.  We would urge all members to register now and familiarise themselves with the WHS system.

 

HOW TO USE YOUR NEW WHS HANDICAP INDEX

Course & Slope Rating tables are located at the Club but are also available on the Golf Ireland App.  You simply have to choose the tees you are playing off that day and cross reference your Handicap Index on the Course & Slope Rating table to ascertain your Course Handicap. Different tees on the same course could have varying slope ratings. Your Course Handicap determines the number of strokes you give or receive off the tee set you intend to play from red, yellow, white or blue.

Then, depending on the format you are playing (singles, fourball etc.) you will apply a handicap allowance to your course handicap which will present you with your playing handicap.

For example: The recommended handicap allowance for individual stroke play events is 95% which means a player could have a handicap index of 18.2, course handicap of 20 but a playing handicap of 19.
More information on the World Handicap System can be found at www.golfnet.ie/whs

 

HOW DID I DO APP FOR COMPETITION SIGN IN AND SCORE ENTRY

The facility now exists for members to sign in and input their scores at the Club for competitions through their phone on the Howdidido mobile App.  Members are encouraged to register for this service on the HowdidiIdo website.

 

ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTIONS 

Annual Subscriptions are now due for the membership season April 2021 to March 2022.  Thank you to all members who have already paid.  An information email has been forwarded to members advising of the rates with preferred payment methods etc.  Golf Insurance is also available at a cost of €30.  If you were not in receipt of an email or your email address has changed please let the office know so we can update the database.

 

Here at the Gold Coast Golf Club we also have fantastic Introductory rates for new members.  We’d like to give a very warm welcome to all our new members who recently joined.

 

New Gents member only €450 inclusive of Golf Ireland affiliation fee.

New Gents Senior (65+) only €350 inclusive of Golf Ireland affiliation fee.

New Lady member only €350 inclusive of Golf Ireland affiliation fee.

New Lady Senior (65+) only €300 inclusive of Golf Ireland affiliation fee.

 

For an application form or further information on our fees, please contact our Director of Golf Irene on golf@goldcoastgolfresort.com or 058 44055

 

SOCIETIES AND GREEN FEES WELCOME

Gold Coast Golf Club warmly welcome Societies and Green fees in accordance with Covid guidelines and we look forward to greeting you and your guests and friends in 2021.  Bookings are being taken and our society rates are very competitive. Contact Irene Lynch our Director of Golf on 05844055 or golf@goldcoastgolfresort.com for favourable rates and to discuss your booking requirements.

 

LADIES NOTES

FIXTURES

10 Hole On-going Competition

18 Hole Club Competition Sat/Sun 22/23 May

18 Hole Club Competition for Ladies and Gents every Tues and Friday

 

GOOD NEWS FROM GOLF IRELAND

While the return to Open competitions will commence from 7th June, we can confirm that internal club competitions are permitted from 10th May onwards. It is imperative to note that these competitions are for members only and prizes will depend on entry, logging on and returning scores for all 18 Hole competitions. Visitors, greenfees and societies are very welcome and it was great to see a large group on the fairways on Saturday and despite a few squally showers all were delighted with the course and promised a return visit!! The 10 Hole On-going remains the same, entering in downstairs kiosk and posting €3 in ladies score box.

 

COVID 19

The guidelines for now are no restriction on households permitted per booking for social or club competitions. Meanwhile all regulations have to be adhered to when entering and playing your round. Members please keep yourselves aware of the changing guidelines in relation to golf from the government and Golf Ireland, information regarding any changes will be posted on the WhatsApp group.

 

NEW MEMBER DEALS

Ladies, if you had ever thought of taking up golf, now is the time to do it, our Lady Captain Anne and any committee member would be delighted to take out potential members and showcase our beautiful course and unrivalled scenery!! There are great deals on offer for new members, please contact our Director of Golf Irene or Brian in the kiosk on 058 44055 for more information.

The management and staff have implemented all the safety procedures to protect both staff and members who wish to play golf at the Gold Coast GC. Please keep yourself informed of new notifications within the club!

Goldcoast Golf Club Notes 9th May 2021

UPDATED RETURN TO GOLF PROTOCOL

An updated Return to Golf Protocol for golf clubs and golfers has been prepared by Golf Ireland following the announcement of further easing of restrictions by Government Departments and state agencies. The protocol relating to period 10th May to 6th June is available for viewing on the Golf Ireland website www.golfireland.ie. Members, guests and visitors are required to familiarize themselves with the relevant protocols.

 

Currently the following protocol applies:

Golf Clubs are now open for members, guests and visitors with no limits on domestic travel or household restrictions.  While the return to formal, organised competition across all sports will commence from 7th June in line with the Irish Government’s ‘Path Ahead’, Golf Ireland can now confirm that golf clubs can organise internal club competitions for members from 10th May onwards, with all other competition activities then permitted from 7th June, subject to the public health situation at the time. This is on the basis that internal club competitions for members are not deemed to be ‘formal, organised competitions’ which are not permitted until June.

No organised social gatherings, of any size, are permitted at golf facilities. All golf activities should be organised based on “arrival-play-depart without delay.

Currently timesheets are set up in three-balls, four-balls by permission.

 

Note: It’s essential that tee times must be booked in advance online or over the telephone.

Players’ names/guests must be recorded on timesheets and timesheets must be kept for a period of at least six weeks to assist with contact tracing should the need arise.

 

There is a major responsibility on golf clubs and golfers to ensure that our sport is conducted in a safe and responsible manner. Full adherence to the provisions of the Protocols will be absolutely essential.  Club officials and members are urged to familiarise themselves with the up to date Protocol so that we can all play our part keeping our members and communities safe.

 

FIXTURES

Tues. 11th Gents & Ladies Singles S/F

Fri. 14th Gents & Ladies Singles S/F

Sat. 15th & Sun. 16th Gents Singles S/F

 

WORLD HANDICAPPING SYSTEM AND GOLF IRELAND APP at www.golfireland.ie

The World Handicap System was launched in November 2020.  Please go to the Golf Ireland website and find your handicap index.  The WHS is an averaging system based using the best 8 of the last 20 scores on your record.  To access your handicap information, you must register and create a new account at www.golfireland.ie using your eight-digit CDH number and 4-digit PIN, both of which are printed on the rear of your GUI/ILGU Member Card.  You can also now download the new Golf Ireland App which will also enable you to view your own handicap index and playing record.  We would urge all members to register now and familiarise themselves with the WHS system.

 

HOW TO USE YOUR NEW WHS HANDICAP INDEX

Course & Slope Rating tables are located at the Club but are also available on the Golf Ireland App.  You simply have to choose the tees you are playing off that day and cross reference your Handicap Index on the Course & Slope Rating table to ascertain your Course Handicap. Different tees on the same course could have varying slope ratings. Your Course Handicap determines the number of strokes you give or receive off the tee set you intend to play from red, yellow, white or blue.

Then, depending on the format you are playing (singles, fourball etc.) you will apply a handicap allowance to your course handicap which will present you with your playing handicap.

For example: The recommended handicap allowance for individual stroke play events is 95% which means a player could have a handicap index of 18.2, course handicap of 20 but a playing handicap of 19.
More information on the World Handicap System can be found at www.golfnet.ie/whs

 

HOW DID I DO APP

When competitions return, the facility now exists for members to sign in and input their scores at the Club for competitions through their phone on Howdidido mobile App.  Members are encouraged to register for this service on the HowdidiIdo website.

 

JIMMY BRUEN 2021

Anyone interested in playing this year please contact Ger Bagge 0876320498. Min handicap 3.5 Max 12.0

 

ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTIONS 

Annual Subscriptions are now due for the membership season April 2021 to March 2022.  Thank you to all members who have already paid.  An information email has been forwarded to members advising of the rates with preferred payment methods etc.  Golf Insurance is also available at a cost of €30.  If you were not in receipt of an email or your email address has changed please let the office know so we can update the database.

 

Here at the Gold Coast Golf Club we also have fantastic Introductory rates for new members.  We’d like to give a very warm welcome to all our new members who recently joined.

 

New Gents member only €450 inclusive of Golf Ireland affiliation fee.

New Gents Senior (65+) only €350 inclusive of Golf Ireland affiliation fee.

New Lady member only €350 inclusive of Golf Ireland affiliation fee.

New Lady Senior (65+) only €300 inclusive of Golf Ireland affiliation fee.

 

For an application form or further information on our fees, please contact our Director of Golf Irene on golf@goldcoastgolfresort.com or 058 44055

 

SOCIETIES AND GREEN FEES WELCOME

Gold Coast Golf Club warmly welcome Societies and Green fees in accordance with Covid guidelines and we look forward to greeting you and your guests and friends in 2021.  Bookings are being taken and our society rates are very competitive. Contact Irene Lynch our Director of Golf on 05844055 or golf@goldcoastgolfresort.com for favourable rates and to discuss your booking requirements.

 

LADIES NOTES

FIXTURES

10 Hole On-going Competition

18 Hole Club Competition Sat/Sun 15/16 May

18 Hole Club Competition for Ladies and Gents every Tue and Friday

 

GOOD NEWS FROM GOLF IRELAND

While the return to formal and organised competitions will commence from 7th June, we can now confirm that internal club competitions can commence from 10th May onwards. It is imperative to note that these competitions are for members only and prizes will depend on entry and logging on and returning scores for all 18 Hole competitions. The 10 Hole On-going remains the same, entering in downstairs kiosk and posting €3 in ladies score box.

 

COVID 19

The guidelines for now are members with no restriction on households permitted per booking for social or club competitions. Meanwhile all regulations have to be adhered to when entering and playing your round. Members please keep yourselves aware of the changing guidelines in relation to golf from the Government and Golf Ireland, information regarding any changes will be posted on the WhatsApp group.

 

NEW MEMBER DEALS

Ladies, if you had ever thought of taking up golf, now is the time to do it, our Lady Captain Anne and any committee member would be delighted to take out potential members and showcase our beautiful course and unrivalled scenery!! There are great deals on offer for new members and beginners, please contact our Director of Golf Irene or Brian in the kiosk on 058 44055 for more information.  The management and staff have implemented all the safety procedures to protect both staff and members who wish to play golf at the Gold Coast GC. Please keep yourself informed of new notifications within the club!

Goldcoast Golf Club Notes 2nd May 2021

WELCOME BACK 

There was great joy and excitement around the Club last week as the golf course re-opened in accordance with the Governments Phased easing of restrictions.   In glorious spring sunshine happy members returned to the fairways and we were delighted to welcome everyone back.    

 

While the golf course had been closed during the lockdown, it was continually cared for and maintained by Rob and his team and all their hard work was evident by it’s magnificent condition and the positive feedback received.    

 

An updated Return to Golf Protocol for golf clubs and golfers has been prepared by Golf Ireland following the announcement of further easing of restrictions by Government Departments and state agencies. Both documents relating to periods 26th April to 9th May, and from 10th May onwards are available for viewing on the Golf Ireland website www.golfireland.ie.  Please familiarize yourself with the relevant protocols. 

  

Currently the following protocol applies: 

From Monday 26th April to May 9th, golf club are open to members only.  No organised social gatherings, of any size, are permitted at golf facilities. All golf activities should be organised based on “arrival-play-depart without delay”.; Golfers must only travel from within their county or within 20km of their home to play golf.
Groups playing on golf courses during the initial phase must be confined to a maximum of two households however from 10th May timesheets can be set up for two-balls, three-balls or four-balls at the club’s discretion.  Also from 10th May Golf Clubs can open for members and visitors and inter-county travel restrictions will cease to apply.  In accordance with the Government announcements formal, organised competitions and Inter-Club matches are not to take place any earlier than 7th June 2021.  


Note: It’s essential that tee times must be booked in advance online or over the telephone. 

Players’ names/guests must be recorded on timesheets and timesheets must be kept for a period of at least six weeks to assist with contact tracing should the need arise. 

 

There is a major responsibility on golf clubs and golfers to ensure that our sport is conducted in a safe and responsible manner. Full adherence to the provisions of the Protocols will be absolutely essential.  Club officials and members are urged to familiarise themselves with the up to date Protocol so that we can all play our part keeping our members and communities safe. 

 

WORLD HANDICAPPING SYSTEM AND GOLF IRELAND APP at www.golfireland.ie  

The World Handicap System was launched in November 2020.  Please go to the Golf Ireland website and find your handicap index.  The WHS is an averaging system based using the best 8 of the last 20 scores on your record.  To access your handicap information, you must register and create a new account at www.golfireland.ie using your eight-digit CDH number and 4-digit PIN, both of which are printed on the rear of your GUI/ILGU Member Card.  You can also now download the new Golf Ireland App which will also enable you to view your own handicap index and playing record.  We would urge all members to register now and familiarise themselves with the WHS system. 

 

HOW TO USE YOUR NEW WHS HANDICAP INDEX 

Course & Slope Rating tables are located at the Club but are also available on the Golf Ireland App.  You simply have to choose the tees you are playing off that day and cross reference your Handicap Index on the Course & Slope Rating table to ascertain your Course Handicap. Different tees on the same course could have varying slope ratings. Your Course Handicap determines the number of strokes you give or receive off the tee set you intend to play from red, yellow, white or blue. 

Then, depending on the format you are playing (singles, fourball etc.) you will apply a handicap allowance to your course handicap which will present you with your playing handicap. 

For example: The recommended handicap allowance for individual stroke play events is 95% which means a player could have a handicap index of 18.2, course handicap of 20 but a playing handicap of 19.
More information on the World Handicap System can be found at 
www.golfnet.ie/whs 

 

HOW DID I DO APP 

When competitions return, the facility now exists for members to sign in and input their scores at the Club for competitions through their phone on Howdidido mobile App.  Members are encouraged to register for this service on the HowdidiIdo website.   

  

JIMMY BRUEN 2021 

Anyone interested in playing this year please contact Ger Bagge. Min handicap 3.5 Max 12.0  

 

ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTIONS  

Annual Subscriptions are now due for the membership season April 2021 to March 2022.  Thank you to all members who have already paid.  An information email has been forwarded to members advising of the rates with preferred payment methods etc.  Golf Insurance is also available at a cost of €30.  If you were not in receipt of an email or your email address has changed please let the office know so we can update the database. 

  

Here at the Gold Coast Golf Club we also have fantastic Introductory rates for new members.  We’d like to give a very warm welcome to all our new members who recently joined. 

 

New Gents member only €450 inclusive of Golf Ireland affiliation fee. 

New Gents Senior (65+) only €350 inclusive of Golf Ireland affiliation fee. 

New Lady member only €350 inclusive of Golf Ireland affiliation fee. 

New Lady Senior (65+) only €300 inclusive of Golf Ireland affiliation fee. 

 

For an application form or further information on our fees, please contact our Director of Golf Irene on golf@goldcoastgolfresort.com or 058 44055 

 

 

SOCIETIES AND GREEN FEES WELCOME 

Gold Coast Golf Club warmly welcome Societies and Green fees in accordance with Covid guidelines and we look forward to greeting you and your guests and friends in 2021.  Bookings are being taken and our society rates are very competitive. Contact Irene Lynch our Director of Golf on 05844055 or golf@goldcoastgolfresort.com for favourable rates and to discuss your booking requirements.   

 

LADIES NOTES 

It was great to see so many members taking to the fairways last Monday in glorious sunshine, what a welcome back!! Everyone was delighted just to be out swinging a club and taking in the beautiful scenery around Dungarvan Bay, absolutely stunning!! Our Captain John was very busy on Monday taking some fabulous shots of the course which are posted on the Gold Coast WhatsApp group, a superb introduction for any potential new members. Well done John you showcased the course to its best!!! Rob and his team have been working tirelessly during the lockdown to keep the course in pristine condition for our return which was very evident on Monday, well done to all. 

 

CONDOLENCES 

Lady Captain Anne and members which to convey their heartfelt condolences to Mary Fenton, her daughters Mary and Neasa and the extended Fenton family on the recent sad passing of Austin. May he Rest In Peace. 

 

COVID 19 

The guidelines for this week are members only with 2 households permitted per booking for social golf; but we don’t have to wait long before we have a relaxation of the rules and kilometre distances so more of our members can return. Meanwhile timesheets are now live and all regulations have to be adhered to when entering, so ladies enjoy and get the swing in motion!! The weather has even improved for our comeback, so get out there and add a bit of colour to the fairways, God knows we need it!! 

Members please keep yourselves aware of the changing guidelines in relation to golf from the government and Golf Ireland, information regarding any changes can be viewed on Golfireland.ie.   

 

NEW MEMBER DEALS 

Ladies, if you had ever thought of taking up golf, now is the time to do it, our Lady Captain Anne and any committee member would be delighted to take out potential members and showcase our beautiful course and unrivalled scenery!! There are great deals on offer for new members. Please contact our Director of Golf Irene or Brian the kiosk on 058 44055 for more information.  The management and staff have implemented all the safety procedures to protect both staff and members who wish to play golf at the Gold Coast GC. Please keep yourself informed of new notifications within the club! 

 

Goldcoast Golf Club Notes 26th April 2021

GOLF COURSE RE-OPENING ON 26th APRIL  

We are glad to announce that Goldcoast Golf Club is open in accordance with the Governments Phased easing of restrictions.  We were delighted to welcome many happy golfers back to the fairways as the members teed off in magnificent sunshine Monday. 

  

While the golf course has been closed these past few months it is being continually cared for and maintained by Rob and his team and they were busy with significant maintenance work carried out on the golf course throughout the lockdown. 

A Return to Golf Protocol for golf clubs and golfers has been prepared by Golf Ireland in consultation with Government Departments and state agencies. This document is available for viewing on the Golf Ireland website www.golfireland.ie

  

A summary of the main points include: 

From Monday 26th April, golf club are open to members only.  No organised social gatherings, of any size, are permitted at golf facilities. All golf activities should be organised based on “arrival-play-depart without delay”.; Golfers must only travel from within their county or within 20km of their home to play golf.
Groups playing on golf courses during the initial phase must be confined to a maximum of two households. This means that all tee times must be either twoballs, or alternatively three-balls and four-balls where players in the group are from no more than two households.
It’s essential that tee times must be booked in advance online or over the telephone. 

Clubs must ensure that players’ names are recorded on timesheets and timesheets must be kept for a period of at least six weeks to assist with contact tracing should the need arise. 

There is a major responsibility on golf clubs and golfers to ensure that our sport is conducted in a safe and responsible manner. Full adherence to the provisions of this Protocol will be absolutely essential.  Club officials and members are urged to familiarise themselves with the Protocol so that we can all play our part keeping our members and communities safe. 

 

WORLD HANDICAPPING SYSTEM at www.golfireland.ie 

The World Handicap System was launched in November 2020.  Please go to the Golf Ireland website and find your handicap index.  The WHS is an averaging system based using the best 8 of the last 20 scores on your record.  To access your handicap information, you must register and create a new account at www.golfireland.ie using your eight-digit CDH number and 4-digit PIN, both of which are printed on the rear of your GUI/ILGU Member Card.  You can also now download the new Golf Ireland App. 

  

ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTIONS  

Annual Subscriptions are now due for the membership season April 2021 to March 2022.  An information email has been forwarded to members advising of the rates with preferred payment methods etc.  Golf Insurance is also available at a cost of €30.  If you were not in receipt of an email or your email address has changed please let the office know so we can update the database. 

  

Here at the Gold Coast Golf Club we also have fantastic Introductory rates for new members: 

New Gents member only €450 inclusive of Golf Ireland affiliation fee. 

New Gents Senior (65+) only €350 inclusive of Golf Ireland affiliation fee. 

New Lady member only €350 inclusive of Golf Ireland affiliation fee. 

New Lady Senior (65+) only €300 inclusive of Golf Ireland affiliation fee. 

 

For an application form or further information on our fees, please contact our Director of Golf Irene on golf@goldcoastgolfresort.com or 058 44055 

 

LADIES NOTES 

WELCOME BACK TO GOLF 

Our Captains John and Anne would like to extend a warm welcome back to all our members from Monday 26th April to grace the fairways once again of our beautiful golf course. Rob and his team have been working tirelessly during the lockdown to keep the course in pristine condition for our return and I have to say it looks very inviting at the moment!! 

 

COVID 19 

The guidelines for now are members only with 2 households permitted per booking for social golf, hopefully it won’t be long before we have a relaxation of the rules and kilometre distances so more of our members can return. Meanwhile timesheets are now live and all regulations have to be adhered to when entering, so ladies enjoy and get the swing in motion!! The weather has even improved for our comeback, so get out there and add a bit of colour to the fairways, God knows we need it!! 

Members, please keep yourself aware of the changing guidelines in relation to golf from the government and Golf Ireland, information regarding any changes will be posted on the WhatsApp group. 

 

NEW MEMBER DEALS 

Ladies, if you had ever thought of taking up golf, now is the time to do it, our Lady Captain Anne and any committee member would be delighted to take out potential members and showcase our beautiful course and unrivalled scenery!! There are great deals on offer for new members and beginners, please contact our Director of Golf Irene or Brian the kiosk on 058 44055 for more information. 

The management and staff have implemented all the safety procedures to protect both staff and members who wish to play golf at the Gold Coast GC. Please keep yourself informed of new notifications within the Club 

 

 

Gold Coast Golf Club,

Ballinacourty,

Dungarvan,

Co. Waterford.

Tel. 058 44055

Email: golf@goldcoastgolfresort.com

Web: www.goldcoastgolfclub.com

Golf Course Re-Opening on 26th April

GOLF COURSE RE-OPENING ON 26th APRIL 

We are glad to announce that Goldcoast Golf Club will be reopen in accordance with the Governments Phased easing of restrictions on Monday 26th April next and we look forward to welcoming all our members back.

 

While the golf course has been closed these past few months it is being continually cared for and maintained by Rob and his team and they were busy with significant maintenance work carried out on the golf course throughout the lockdown.

A Return to Golf Protocol for golf clubs and golfers has been prepared by Golf Ireland in consultation with Government Departments and state agencies. This document is available for viewing on the Golf Ireland website www.golfireland.ie.

 

A summary of the main points include:

From Monday 26th April, golf club are open to members only.  No organised social gatherings, of any size, are permitted at golf facilities. All golf activities should be organised based on “arrival-play-depart without delay”.; Golfers must only travel from within their county or within 20km of their home to play golf.
Groups playing on golf courses during the initial phase must be confined to a maximum of two households. This means that all tee times must be either twoballs, or alternatively three-balls and four-balls where players in the group are from no more than two households.
It’s essential that tee times must be booked in advance online or over the telephone.

Clubs must ensure that players’ names are recorded on timesheets and timesheets must be kept for a period of at least six weeks to assist with contact tracing should the need arise.

There is a major responsibility on golf clubs and golfers to ensure that our sport is conducted in a safe and responsible manner. Full adherence to the provisions of this Protocol will be absolutely essential.  Club officials and members are urged to familiarise themselves with the Protocol so that we can all play our part keeping our members and communities safe.

 

There’s no doubt we are all looking forward to resuming golf on 26th April and meeting our friends again. We hope our members and their families continue to keep safe and look forward to welcoming everyone back soon.

 

WORLD HANDICAPPING SYSTEM at www.golfireland.ie

The World Handicap System was launched in November 2020.  Please go to the Golf Ireland website and find your handicap index.  The WHS is an averaging system based using the best 8 of the last 20 scores on your record.  To access your handicap information, you must register and create a new account at www.golfireland.ie using your eight-digit CDH number and 4-digit PIN, both of which are printed on the rear of your GUI/ILGU Member Card.

 

ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTIONS 

Annual Subscriptions are now due for the membership season April 2021 to March 2022.  An information email has been forwarded to members advising of the rates with preferred payment methods etc.  Golf Insurance is also available at a cost of €30.  If you were not in receipt of an email or your email address has changed please let the office know so we can update the database.

 

Here at the Gold Coast Golf Club we also have fantastic Introductory rates for new members:

New Gents member only €450 inclusive of Golf Ireland affiliation fee.

New Gents Senior (65+) only €350 inclusive of Golf Ireland affiliation fee.

New Lady member only €350 inclusive of Golf Ireland affiliation fee.

New Lady Senior (65+) only €300 inclusive of Golf Ireland affiliation fee.

 

For an application form or further information on our fees, please contact our Director of Golf Irene on golf@goldcoastgolfresort.com or 058 44055.

Gold Coast Golf Club, Dungarvan

Gold Coast Golf Club, Dungarvan is a championship parkland course. There are unrivaled views of Dungarvan Bay, the Irish Sea and Helvick Head. Mature tree-lined fairways laid out in 1939 are cleverly mingled with the long and challenging newer holes.

18 holes, par 72, stretching 6,204 metres [6,785 yards] and bordered by the Atlantic Ocean for 1.5 miles.

Dungarvan Golf International 2020

Played over three courses, the singles competition takes place from Monday 25th to Thursday 28th May 2020. For rules and booking information you can download our competition brochure

Gold Coast Golf Club

Ballinacourty,
Dungarvan,
County Waterford,
Ireland.

Post Code: X35 EA40

Tel: (058)44055

Email: golf@goldcoastgolfresort.com

Course Status

The course is open today Monday 21st June 2021.

 

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