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

Survey presentation from 22nd August

The Presentation from the meeting on 22nd August is available to view in the members area of the 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.

2018-08-18 Captain's Day report

Austin Crawford was proud to hold his Captain’s Day at Kilkeel Golf Club on Saturday 18th August with the first players teeing off early at 6 o’clock. The competition was played over 27 holes in excellent weather, with 9 holes in the morning and a further 18 in the afternoon punctuated by a break in the middle where delicious bacon baps were served up by Vice-Captain, Shane Lowey.  The 18 holes started at 9.30 with the Captain’s Guests teeing off first followed by all competitors. Timings turned out to be perfect with the last players completing their rounds at 7.45pm.  A delicious dinner was available for everyone and was ably prepared and served by Doc’s of Newcastle.


When the prize giving ceremony got underway the Captain opened the proceedings by thanking a number of folk for their help. First of all he thanked Declan Fitzpatrick (immediate Past Captain) for the opportunity to be Captain of the club, the Captain then thanked his wife Mary and family for their support, the Greens Convenor and staff for the excellent condition of the course and Emma and her staff for the efficient bar service. He also mentioned Conall Kerr (Match and Handicaps convenor) and his team for getting the results through quickly and paid tribute to the club’s newly appointed Professional, Angela Kilmartin, who was in the shop from 5.30 getting cards prepared in time for the first golfers teeing off. In addition he thanked Ruth in the office, the Hon. Secretary and Treasurer for all their hard work behind the scenes and Florence who looks after the clubhouse with such efficiency.

winner

Prize winners

 

Ladies winners

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