• Kilkeel Golf Club-1729 - 6th
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1714 - 14th
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1743 - 4th
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1727 - 5th
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1751 - 18th
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1699 - 18th
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1752 - 18th
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1715 - 14th
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1731 - 12th
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1733 - 6th
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1739 - 11th
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1749 - 14th
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1728 - 6th
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1738 - 8th
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1730 - 12th
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1740 - 10th
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1707 - 10th
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1746 - 14th
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1703 - 18th
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1700 - 18th
  • 11th
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1744 - 14th
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1706 - 10th
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1697 - 1st
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1737 - 7th
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1726 - 12th
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1705 - 1st
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1712 - 14th
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1701 - 1st
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1708 - 10th
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1702 - 1st
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1704 - 18th
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1725 - 14th
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1745 - 14th
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1716 - 15th
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1747 - 13th
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1713 - 14th
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1741 - 9th
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1698 - 18th
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1710 - 2nd
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1742 - 12th
  • 7th
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1717 - 15th
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1732 - 6th
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1750 - 17th
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1729 - 6th
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1714 - 14th
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1743 - 4th
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1727 - 5th
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1751 - 18th
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1699 - 18th
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1752 - 18th
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1715 - 14th
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1731 - 12th
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1733 - 6th
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1739 - 11th
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1749 - 14th
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1728 - 6th
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1738 - 8th
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1730 - 12th
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1740 - 10th
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1707 - 10th
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1746 - 14th
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1703 - 18th
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1700 - 18th
  • 11th
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1744 - 14th
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1706 - 10th
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1697 - 1st
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1737 - 7th
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1726 - 12th
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1705 - 1st
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1712 - 14th
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1701 - 1st
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1708 - 10th
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1702 - 1st
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1704 - 18th
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1725 - 14th
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1745 - 14th
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1716 - 15th
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1747 - 13th
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1713 - 14th
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1741 - 9th
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1698 - 18th
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1710 - 2nd
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1742 - 12th
  • 7th
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1717 - 15th
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1732 - 6th
  • Kilkeel Golf Club-1750 - 17th

2018-09 Hunters Moon Catering at KGC

It has been announced that Mr David Irvine is to undertake the catering at Kilkeel Golf Club under the name 'Hunters Moon.'.

Hunters Moon

David has made the following statement at this juncture.

"I'm very excited to announce that I will be opening a restaurant at Kilkeel Golf Club.

I've been very fortunate over the years to have lived and worked in some great places. also a couple here at home.
Head Chef of The Manor House Country Hotel (Enniskillen)
Head Chef Vanilla (Newcastle)

Now I've finally got an opportunity to achieve something for myself, hopefully bringing that knowledge and experience full circle back to my roots in Kilkeel.

I will be looking for kitchen and front of house staff, people who have great passion in their job, may it be cooking, sourcing local producers and ingredients or delivering great customer service.

Extensive experience isn't required, but passion, positive attitude, willingness to learn and a readiness to work hard are essential criteria.

We plan to open mid October.

I will go through a interview process, so please private message me in regards to job positions

I appreciate your support."

Further details regarding opening hours, menus etc. will be posted at a later date.

2018-09-11 Council meeting minutes synopsis

Synopsis of Council meeting minutes from 11th September

available in members area of website.

2018-09-16 Colly aces par 4 for a 'Carlsberg' golfing week!!

Carlsberg don’t do golfing weeks, but if they did, then surely Colly Cunningham could have been said to have had one last week.

Colly

It didn’t start off great when he was in the final of the Matchplay singles and finished runner-up to Michael McAnulty, however things got better when he won the Scratch Cup defeating Joe McKnight at the 20th hole on Thursday evening.

Colly then set out on Saturday morning in the weekly Stableford competition sponsored by David McCartan and won the competition with a fantastic 42 points off a 4 handicap, 6 better than par. Then on Sunday he had another good round winning the gross with a 77.

However the highlight of the week came at the par four 5th hole where Colly holed his tee shot for an ace, a rare feat indeed.

Colly mid swing

2018-09-13 Colly wins Scratch Cup

2018 Scratch Cup Final.

Colm Cunningham became the Kilkeel Golf Club Scratch Champion after he defeated Joe McKnight on the 20th hole on Thursday evening.

The game, which was a see-saw affair saw Joe win holes 1,2 & 5 to go three up. However Colly came back with a birdie at 6 after hitting the green in two and won the 8th after a solid tee shot where Joe saw his ball slide off the side of the green. A half at 9 saw the game turn with Joe 1-up which quickly moved to 2-up after a solid shot into the 10th. 

Eleven was halved but 'Amen corner' saw changes as Colly won 12, 13 & 14 to go 1-up. 15, 16 and 17 were halved so Colly stepped onto the 18th tee dormy. A wedge to 4 feet saw Joe with a chance of a birdie and when Colly's effort stopped agonisingly short, Joe converted to take the match into extra time.

With light waning quickly, both players hit good tee shots but couldn't go for the green, so it was down to the pitch. Colly was 15 feet to the right and Joe 8 feet short. The first putt stopped a few inches short and Joe pushed his just right, so the match went on to the 20th (2nd) hole. Playing into the wind in almost darkness, both players got off the tee safely however both were faced with long shots in. Joe's attempt clipped a tree and stopped short, however Colly hit a tremendous 3-wood into the wind from 220 yards which stopped just off the back of the green. When Joe couldn't get 'up and down', Colly chipped to 12 inches and the game was over.

The match was played in good spirits and congratulations are due to Colm for winning the club Scratch championship, a deserving reward for consistent play all season.

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