Dunfanaghy golf club Donegal

Dunfanaghy golf course Donegal

Dunfanaghy Golf Course

Dunfanaghy Club Crest

Designed by the master himself, the great Harry Vardon, Dunfanaghy is only 5,267 metres par-68 with a standard scratch of 66. Yet it fine test golf and unique experience. Situated along beautiful lagoon Sheep Haven Bay in North Donegal Atlantic seaboard, dominated Horn Head Mountain. Two burns come into play down right hand side 3rd protecting 4th 13th greens. will challenge experienced golfer prove enjoyable to novice.

Dunfanaghy extended and refurbished their clubhouse, which was officially opened on 20thApril 2002 in time for the golfing season. In the clubhouse you will see pictures of Ryder Cup hero Paul McGinley, who was a member of the club and now an honouree member and has b connections with this beautiful part of Donegal. The visitor is always extended a warm Donegal welcome on this traditional links course.

Dunfanaghy Golf Club was voted the No. 99-ranked golf course in Ireland, by "Golf Digest Ireland" in 2015;

Green Fees Midweek June-Sept.: €60
Green Fees Weekends & B.H June-September. €60
Green Fees GUI/ILGU Members June-Sept: €40/50
Green Fees Midweek Oct.-March:
€50
Green Fees Weekends & B.H Oct.-March: €60
Green Fees GUI/ILGU Members Oct.-March: €30/50
Green Fees Midweek Early Bird: €30
Green Fees Weekends & B.H Early Bird. €40
Green Fees with a Member: €20/30
Green Fees for Opens: €25
Practice Area: Yes
Club Hire: €15
Yes
Buggy Hire: €20
Yes
Soft Spikes: No
Full Membership Available: Yes
Full Membership Fee: €800
Full Family Membership: €1,105
Full Men's Beginners Membership Fee: €300
Full Ladies Beginners Membership Fee: €305
Full Seniors Membership Fee: €503
Full Student Membership Fee: €210
Full Junior Membership Fee: €127
Entrance Fee: None
Course Type Links
No Holes 18
Members 395
Designer Harry Vardon
Founded 1906
Address

Dunfanaghy,
Letterkenny,
Co. Donegal

Telephone +353 (0)74-9136335
Email dunfanaghygolf@eircom.net
Website Dunfanaghy golf club website
Office Manager: Mary Lafferty
Captain: Billy McCallion
Lady Captain: Paula McCallion
Presidents':  Denis Martin & Alayne Treacher
Vice-Captains': Colm Donaghy & Jill McCorkell
Hon. Secretary: Cairns Witherow & Cheryl Chambers
Club Pro: Seamus McMonagle
Hon. Treasurer: David Tease & Cathlin Hegarty
Comp. Secretary: Sean Quinn & Siobhan Bogues
Dunfanaghy Golf Course Layout Course Layout

Location Map

GPS Coord*
Lat:55.183819
Long:-7.974744
*Please check information before travelling

General Facts & Information

Course opening hours: Daylight hours Clubhouse opening hours: 9.00am to 11.00pm
Mobile phones: Not on course
Dress Code: Neat and casual, no denim
Catering: Bar & Snacks Days to Avoid: Sat 10.00am to 12.00am Sun 9.30am to 2.00pm
Green Fees and Societies Welcome: Other times Pre-booking for open Tournaments:14 Days in advance

Dunfanaghy Golf Club Fixtures 2020 provisional*

Open & Major Fixtures 2020 (Confirmed)        
Event Start Finish Type Duration
Captains' Drive-In Saturday 4 January   Closed 1
Lady President's Day Saturday 4 July   Closed 1
Lady President's Prize to the Men Saturday 4 July   Closed 1
Lady Captain's Prize to the Men
Sunday 12 July
  Closed 1
Captain's Prize to the Ladies
Saturday 11 July
  Closed 1
President's Prize Saturday 18 July   Closed 1
President's Prize to the Ladies Saturday 18 July   Closed 1
Captain's Prize Saturday 8 August   Closed 1
Lady Captain's Prize Saturday 8 August   Closed 1
Singles Stableford Wednesday 8 January   Open 1
Singles Stableford Saturday 11 Jabuary   Open 1
Singles Stableford Wednesday 15 January   Open 1
Singles Stableford Saturday 18 Jabuary   Open 1
Seniors Singles Stableford Monday 20 January   Open 1
Singles Stableford Wednesday 22 January   Open 1
Singles Stableford Saturday 25 Jabuary   Open 1
Singles Stableford Wednesday 29 January   Open 1
Singles Stableford Wednesday 5 February   Open 1
4-Ball Betterball
Saturday 8 February   Open 1
Singles Stableford Wednesday 12 Februart   Open 1
Singles Stableford Saturday 15 February   Open 1
Singles Stableford Wednesday 19 February   Open 1
Singles Stableford Saturday 22 February   Open 1
Seniors Singles Stableford Tuesday 24 February
  Open 1
Singles Stableford Wednesday 27 February
  Open 1
Singles Stableford Saturday 29 February
  Open 1
Singles Stableford Wednesday 4 March   Open 1
Fourball Betterball Saturday 7 March   Open 1
Singles Stableford Wednesday 11 March   Open 1
3-Ball Waltz any combination Saturday 14 March   Open 1
Singles Stableford Wednesday 18 March   Open 1
Singles Stableford Saturday 21 March

Open 1
Singles Stableford Monday 23 March   Open 1
Singles Stableford Wednesday 25 March   Open 1
Singles Strokes Saturday 28 March
  Open
1
Singles Stableford Wednesday 1 April   Open 1
Singles Stableford Saturday 4 April   Open 1
 Singles Stableford Wednesday 8 April   Open 1
Singles Strokes Saturday 11 April   Open 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford Wednesday 15 April   Open 1
Singles Stableford Wednesday 22 April   Open 1
4-Ball Betterball
Saturday 25 April
  Open 1
Singles Stableford Wednesday 29 April
  Open 1
Club Classic
Saturday 2 May   Open 1
Ladies Singles Stableford Monday 4 May   Open 1
Singles Stableford Saturday 11 May   Open 1
Singles Stableford Wednesday 13 May   Open 1
Singles Stableford Saturday 16 May   Open 1
Singles Stableford Wednesday 20 May   Open 1
4-Ball Betterball
Saturday 23 May   Open 1
Singles Stableford Wednesday 27 May
  Open 1
Singles Stableford Saturday 30 May
  Open 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford Wednesday 3 June   Open 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford Wednesday 10 June   Open 1
Singles Strokes
Saturday 13 June   Open 1
Singles Stableford Wednesday 17 June   Open 1
Singles Stableford Wednesday 24 June
  Open 1
Singles Stableford Saturday 27 June   Open 1
Singles Stableford Wednesday 1 July   Open 1
Singles Stableford Wednesday 8 July   Open 1
Singles Stableford Wednesday 15 July   Open 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford Wednesday 22 July   Open 1
Start of Open Week Thursday 23 July Sunday 2 August
Open 9
Ladies Singles Stableford Thursday 23 July   Open 1
Seniors L. & G. Singles Stableford 50+
Friday 24 July   Open 1
L. & G. Fourball Betterball Stableford (any combination)
Saturday 25 July   Open 1
Singles Stableford Sunday 26 July   Open 1
L. & G. 3-Ball Betterball (any combination)
Monday 27 July   Open 1
Ladies Singles Stableford Tuesday 28 July   Open 1
Singles Stableford Wednesday 29 July   Open 1
Mixed Scotch Foursomes Thursday 30 July
  Open 1
4-Ball Waltz (any combination)
Friday 31 July
  Open 1
L. & G. Singles Strokes Saturday 1 August
  Open 1
L. & G. Classic
Sunday 2 August
  Open 1
Singles Stableford Wednesday 5 August   Open 1
Singles Stableford Wednesday 12 August   Open 1
Singles Strokes Saturday 15 August   Open 1
Singles Stableford Wednesday 19 August   Open 1
Caravanner's Classic Saturday 22 August   Open 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford Wednesday 26 August
  Open 1
Singles Strokes Saturday 29 August
  Open 1
Singles Stableford Wednesday 2 September   Open 1
Singles Stableford Saturday 5 September
Open 1
Singles Stableford Wednesday 9 September   Open 1
Singles Strokes
Saturday 12 September
Open 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford Wednesday 16 September   Open 1
4-Person Waltz
Saturday 19 September   Open 1
L. & G. Seniors 50+ Monday 21 September   Open 1
Singles Stableford Wednesday 23 September
  Open 1
Singles Stableford Saturday 26 September   Open 1
Singles Stableford Wednesday 30 September
  Open 1
Singles Stableford
Saturday 3 October   Open 1
Singles Stableford Wednesday 7 October   Open 1
Singles Strokes Saturday 10 October   Open 1
Singles Stableford Wednesday 14 October   Open 1
Fourball Betterball Strokes Saturday 17 October   Open 1
L. & G. Seniors 50+ Monday 19 October   Open 1
Singles Stableford Wednesday 21 October   Open 1
Singles Stableford Saturday 24 October   Open 1
Singles Stableford Wednesday 28 October
  Open 1
Singles Stableford Saturday 31 October
  Open 1
Singles Stableford
Wednesday 4 November   Open 1
Singles Stableford Saturday 7 November   Open 1
Singles Stableford
Wednesday 11 November   Open 1
Singles Strokes
Saturday 14 November   Open 1
Singles Stableford
Wednesday 18 November   Open 1
L. & G. Seniors 50+ Monday 23 November   Open 1
Singles Stableford
Wednesday 25 November
  Open 1
Singles Strokes Saturday 28 November
  Open 1
Singles Stableford Wednesday 2 December   Open 1
Singles Stableford Saturday 5 December   Open 1
Singles Stableford Wednesday 9 December   Open 1
Singles Strokes Saturday 12 December   Open 1
Singles Stableford Wednesday 16 December   Open 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford Saturday 19 December   Open 1
Singles Stableford Wednesday 23 December   Open 1
4-Ball Scramble
Saturday 26 December   Open 1
4-Ball Betterball
Tuesday 29 December   Open 1

*Please check information before travelling

Card of the Course

KeyData
White Par 68 SSS 66 5,300 m
Yellow Par 68 SSS 66 5,133 m
Red Par 69 SSS 67 4,519 m

Card

Name Hole No. White Yellow Par Index Red Par Index
Trustee Four 1 316 301 4 11 254 4 16
The Burn 2 148 143 3 13 117 3 14
Kill 3 363 355 4 3 289
4 10
Canyon 4 347 340 4 5 312 4 2
Brenagh Lodge 5 330 325 4 9 321 4 4
The Blagh 6 392 338 4 1 372 5 8
Cannon 7 209 205 3 7 154 3 12
Sheephaven 8 283 277 4 15 269 4 6
The Beat 9 124 120 3 17 94
3 18
  Out 2,512 2,413 33   2,182 34  
Killahoey 10 284 275 4 16 251 4 17
Sandhill 11 298 290 4 18 288 4 5
Spire 12 355 340 4 4 283 4 7
Horn Head 13 147 142 3 14 117 3 15
Warren 14 331 325 4 2 280 4 3
Breaghy 15 364 358 4 6 283 4 11
Catherine's Isle 16 500 500 5 8 414 5 1
Carraig Rua 17 171 160 3 10 126 3 13
Vardon's First 18 338 330 4 12 295 4 9
  In 2,788 2,720 35   2,337 35  
  Total 5,300 5,133 68   4,519 69  
  SSS 66 66     67    

Notable rounds

Men's Course Record Am: 64 J. Brogan, Pro: 66 Leslie Wallace

Ladies Course Record:

Members Achievements

Dunfanahy trio J. Brogan, J. McGinley and P. Hanlon won the Ulster regional final of the Musgrave's Club Challenge and booked their place in the National Final in the Algarve in October 2001, where they came second. 

Prior to 2001:

Dunfanahy Golf Club won the Donegal Minor League in 1993, when the team was, Michael Ward, Tommy McGinley, John Gallagher, Charles Roarty, Lua Breen, Nigel Doherty, Frank Kelly, Samuel Sterrit, Hugh F. Brogan Christy Ratherford, Denis McFadden, Jim Carey, Hugh Ferry, James, McCorkell, William Ratherford and Tony McGilloway and they won it again in 1994.

Members who played representative golf for Country or Province;

Ciaran McMonagle represented Ireland as a Senior International from 1999 to 2000 playing 13-times won 7-matches halved three and lost 5-matches accumulating 17-points. He represented Ulster in the Senior Interprovincial’s from 1997 to 2000 playing 24-times won 13-matches halved three and lost 8-matches accumulating 29-points;

S. McMonagle represented Ulster in the Senior Interprovincial’s from in 2001 playing 2-times won 1-match and lost 1-match accumulating 2-points;

D. Gallagher represented Ulster as a Youth in the Interprovincial Championships in 2006 playing 4-times won 3-matches halved one and lost 0-matches accumulating 7-points;

History of Dunfanaghy

Instituted 1906 affiliated 1920

Golf has been played at Dunfanaghy since 1897, when the links were connected with the Sterrett Hotel.
The "Golfing Annual" 1906-7 records the institution date as 1906. with Major Edgeworth-Johnston as Captain, and Mr. J. A. Sterrett, as Hon. Secretary. "The course is of eighteen holes, is bordered by the Atlantic on one side and by Derryveagh Mountains on the other, and has splendid natural bunkers and hazards".

What the Club tells us:

Foreword from Paul McGinley, 2014 Ryder Cup Captain
Whilst the newspapers always refer to me as a Dubliner, I am the first to admit that Dunfanaghy is my adopted home course.
I have very early memories, when as children we were all bundled into the car and driven to Donegal at every opportunity to stay with my Granny. I could walk down the main street with my clubs over my shoulder and make my way up the path opposite Arnold's Hotel, across the stream to the 18th tee box.
I still visit Dunfanaghy whenever possible. My children love it, as it is such a safe place, where they have the freedom to run around as well as playing a bit of golf.
There ought to be a lot of courses that are fun to play and that just about describes Dunfanaghy Golf Club. The course is always in great condition. It is amazing how true the greens always are and how well the fairways are kept. It's super for a very pleasant game of golf and when you come back into the clubhouse after your round, there's a fantastic atmosphere!

The Beginning

 It is difficult to establish the exact date when golf was first played in Dunfanaghy. There are those who maintain that in the early 1740's, a founder member of the Royal and Ancient Golfing Society, a certain Mr Stewart, came to reside in Horn Head House on the outskirts of the village. It is said that his enthusiasm for the game of golf was so great that he laid out a course of 6 holes among the sand dunes, close to his residence, where he entertained his invited guests to join him in his new pastime of golf.

If this is true, there is no indication as to where this course was situated. Was it at Killahoey, or was it on the stretch of land between the Horn Head bridge and Tramore beach?


Formation of the Golf Club
One fact that we do know to be true is that golf was played in Dunfanaghy in 1886. The proof of this is to be found in an article in the Derry Journal dated 24th April 1886 which states....
"the opening match of the season was played on the links belonging to the Stewart Arms Hotel on Tuesday. The weather was all that could have been desired and the greens, having been lately returfed and rolled, were in excellent condition.
The following members competed, the prize being a box of golf balls......."

The earliest record held by the club dates back to 11th July 1906 when at a meeting in the Courthouse in Dunfanaghy... "it was resolved that a club to be called The Dunfanaghy Golf Club be formed."

The founder members, numbering less than 20, were the important people of the day. The Church of Ireland Rector, the Parish Priest, the Presbyterian Minister, the Doctor, the agent for the Stewart-Bam Estate, the hotelier who had started the course some years before, a retired army major and a few of the village's businessmen were the nucleus of the club in those early days.

Membership over the first half century never exceeded 30. Long gone are the days when golf clubs were the exclusive domain of a chosen few. Dunfanaghy Golf Club now has a large membership that is open to all.

Harry Vardon

Dunfanaghy Golf Course today is largely unchanged from the original  design as laid out by Mr Harry Vardon.
Harry Vardon was one of the game's great pioneers who, at the turn of the  20th century designed our course at Dunfanaghy. He was an outstanding player, a course designer, an innovator and a traveller.
Vardon was born in Jersey in 1870 and won the British Open for the first time in 1896. He employed the overlapping grip, which is used by the majority of golfers today and is still known as the Vardon grip. Golfing attire has moved on, however, as Vardon usually played in a Norfolk jacket, a shirt, tie and a pair of sturdy boots.
In 1900 he embarked on a 90 match tour of the United States where his drawing power was so great that the Stock Exchange closed so that the traders could go and see him play. He won the US Open that year and his 62 career victories included six British Opens, which remain a record.
Following a bout of tuberculosis, Vardon struggled with health problems for years but found plenty of work in course design and coaching. His designs include Bundoran, an upgrade to James Braid's work at Rosapenna and of course Dunfanaghy.
Vardon was also a gifted author and wrote some instruction classics including The Gist of Golf and The Complete Golfer.
The Vardon names lives on in many ways. Apart from the grip he was perhaps the first professional to have equipment sponsorships such as the 'Vardon Flyer' ball.
His legacy to the lucky members of Dunfanaghy is our course and we might all remember the closing words of The Complete Golfer - 'Another spring is breaking brightly and the golf that is before each of us promises to be as momentous and satisfying as any that has gone before us'.
It is difficult to establish the exact date golf was first played in Dunfanaghy. The earliest record found to date is an article dated 24th April 1886 in the Derry Journal.
“The opening match of the season was played on the links belonging to the Stewart Arms Hotel on Tuesday. The weather was all that could be desired, and the greens, having been lately re-turfed and rolled, were in excellent condition. The following members competed, the prize being a box of golf balls:- Messrs Maturin & Sterritt, Crawford & Roll, Morrison & Robinson, O’Donnell & Henderson. After a very closely contested game Messrs Maturin & Sterritt won by one hole”

The course is also listed in the Golfer and Sportsman Holiday Guide 1897.

The earliest record held by the club dates back to 11th July 1906, when at a meeting in the Court House Dunfanaghy, it was resolved that a club to be called Dunfanaghy Golf Club be formed.
The first officers to be elected in 1906 were:
 President:         J.H. Burke-Murphy
 Captain:            Major Edgeworth Johnson
 Secretary & Treasurer:  J.A. Sterritt

The par was fixed at 78 with 1 par 6, 4 par 5’s, and 13 par 4’s.

It is difficult to ascertain where all these different holes lay, as compared to the present layout. What we do know, however, is that the course we play today is very similar to the course laid out by the great Harry Vardon.
In those early days some interesting rules were made and in 1909 it was decided that no member could purchase lost golf balls except from the Hon. Treasurer. Another resolution was that instead of tin flags, pieces of cloth could be used. During the same year the price of caddies was revised from 2d to 3d per 9 holes.

In 1910 it was decided that the maximum handicap be 25, an interesting decision in view of the fact that in 1913 members handicaps varied from 16 to 30 and that in 1925 they ranged up to 35.

In 1912, It was proposed in Committee that the Club should affiliate with the Golfing Union of Ireland (GUI), but the motion was defeated and it was resolved that the matter should not be proceeded with – a situation which did not change until 1920, when the Club finally registered with the GUI.

During the year 1925 it was found necessary to approach a local football club to prevent them from, as the minutes stated, “Kicking football on the course”.
In 1979 some 54 years later, problems of this nature again arose with the local soccer club and it became necessary for the Captain and Secretary to meet with representatives of the soccer club to try and have the playing pitch moved from the rough adjacent to the 5th fairway.

It is recorded that, during World War 2, the trenches in the rough to the side of the 12th fairway were constructed by members to prevent the landing of aircraft on the golf course.

The cost of playing golf at Dunfanaghy has always been reasonable and as late as 1973 the daily green fees were only £0.40. A full membership was £5.00 for men and £1.25 for ladies.

In the first half century the club had a small membership but now we have a very vibrant membership, not only from the local area but from all over Ireland and further afield. Why not come and join us and enjoy the Dunfanaghy experience!


















Roll of Honour

Member Year Hon. Position
M. Roarty 1990 Ladies Captain
J. McHugh 1990 Men's Captain
M. McGinley 1990 President
B. Ward 1991 Ladies Captain
M. J. McGinley 1991 Men's Captain
M. McGinley 1991 President
M. McFadden 1992 Ladies Captain
P. McGinley 1992 Men's Captain
K. McGlynn 1992 President
M. Gillespie 1993 Ladies Captain
F. Kelly 1993 Men's Captain
K. McGlynn 1993 President
C. Hegarty 1994 Ladies Captain
L. Breen 1994 Men's Captain
D. Arnold 1994 President
U. Diver 1995 Ladies Captain
B. Dolan 1995 Men's Captain
D. Arnold 1995 President
E. McLaughlin 1996 Ladies Captain
N. Boyle 1996 Men's Captain
J. Langan 1996 President
S. Rutherford 1997 Ladies Captain
M. McFadden 1997 Ladies President
S. Sterritt 1997 Men's Captain
J. Langan 1997 President
M. Macintyre 1998 Ladies Captain
M. McFadden 1998 Ladies President
J. A. McGilloway 1998 Men's Captain
J. McHugh 1998 President
Joan Cowan 1999 Ladies Captain
Betty Hennessy 1999 Ladies President
Danny McFadden 1999 Men's Captain
Doug Hennessy 1999 President
Mary Maclntyre 2000 Ladies Captain
Betty Hennessy 2000 Ladies President
Jim Carey 2000 Men's Captain
Doug Hennessy 2000 President
Julia McGinley 2001 Ladies Captain
  2001 Ladies President
David Cowan 2001 Men's Captain
Tim Ryan 2001 President
Margaret Witherow 2002 Ladies Captain
Ann Breen 2002 Ladies President
Nigel Doherty 2002 Men's Captain
Brendan Hanlon 2002 President
Mavis Curtis 2003 Ladies Captain
Mary McIntyre 2003 Ladies President
Patrick Hunter 2003 Men's Captain
Brendan Hanlon 2003 President
Ann Smyth 2004 Ladies Captain
Mary McIntyre 2004 Ladies President
Ian McIlwaine 2004 Men's Captain
Frank Kelly 2004 President
Betty Hennessey 2005 Ladies Captain
Margaret Roarty 2005 Ladies President
James McCorkell 2005 Men's Captain
Frank Kelly 2005 President
Barbra Eakin 2006 Ladies Captain
Margaret Roarty 2006 Ladies President
Keith Lapsley 2006 Men's Captain
James Brogan 2006 President
Alayne Treacher 2007 Ladies Captain
Margaret Roarty 2007 Ladies President
Michael Kenna 2007 Men's Captain
James Brogan 2007 President
Doreen Bolton 2008 Ladies Captain
Brid Ward 2008 Ladies President
Paul Burton 2008 Men's Captain
Jim Carey 2008 President
Mary Rose McFadden 2009 Ladies Captain
Brid Ward 2009 Ladies President
Cairns Witherow 2009 Men's Captain
Jim Carey 2009 President
Clare Purdy 2010 Ladies Captain
Una Diver 2010 Ladies President
Eamonn Hunter  2010 Men's Captain
Roger Green 2010 President
Pauline Hunter 2011 Ladies Captain
Mavis Stewart 2011 Ladies President
Ronan Wray 2011 Men's Captain
Roger Green 2011 President
Geraldine Regan 2012 Ladies Captain
Mavis Stewart 2012 Ladies President
James Doherty 2012 Men's Captain
Derek Curtis 2012 President
Heather Hamilton 2013 Ladies Captain
Julia McGinley
2013 Ladies President
Michael Kelly 2013 Men's Captain
Derek Curtis 2013 President
Cheryl Chambers 2014 Ladies Captain
Julia McGinley 2014 Ladies President
Ger Dalton 2014 Men's Captain
Brian Dolan 2014 President
Mabel Gillespie 2015 Ladies Captain
Mavis Curtis
2015 Ladies President
Eugene Magee 2015 Men's Captain
James Sweeney 2015 President
Mary Lafferty 2016 Ladies Captain
Margaret Witherow
2016 Ladies President
Denis Martin 
2016 Men's Captain
Keith Lapsley 
2016 President
Nora Crumlish 2017 Ladies Captain
Margaret Witherow
2017 Ladies President
Sean Ferritter 2017 Men's Captain
Keith Lapsley
2017 President
Janice Doherty 2018 Ladies Captain
Pauline Hunter 2018 Ladies President
Peter Sullivan
2018 Men's Captain
Sean Ferritter 2018 President
Robyn McConnell 2019 Ladies Captain
Pauline Hunter 2019 Ladies President
John McKendry 2019 Men's Captain
Sean Ferritter 2019 President
Paula McCallion 2020 Ladies Captain
Alayne Treacher
2020 Ladies President
Billy McCallion 2020 Men's Captain
Denis Martin
2020 President
Catherine Donohue (7) 2020 Lowest Ladies H'cap
Seamus McMonagle (0) 2020 Lowest Men's H'cap

Holes in One at Dunfanaghy

Member Date Hole No. Club Used Distance
Hazel Russell 8 June 2002 9th   102 m
John McGinley 18 December 2004 7th   209 m
John McGinley 12 August 2005 9th   124 m
John McColgan 13 August 2005 2nd   146 m
Maggie Logue 8 August 2006 2nd   117 m