Banbridge golf club Down
Banbridge Golf Course
This mature parkland course, which was extended a few years back to 18-holes. It’s feature holes would be the 6th "Pond Hole" 336 yards, par 4, index 7, with the pond coming into play on your left, the 10th, a long 221 yard, par 3 index 4 which will often require a driver off the tee and the 14th, 521 yards, par 5, index 2 requiring accuracy off the tee.
Banbridge Golf Club is situated in the heart of beautiful County Down countryside, conveniently situated 25 miles south of Belfast, with easy access from the main Belfast to Dublin Road.
Its excellent facilities include a challenging 18 hole course, well stocked golf shop, superb luxurious Clubhouse, restaurant and conference room.
The course is a mature parkland course set in the rolling drumlins of County Down. Signature holes are the 6th hole with its menacing pond and the par 3 – 221 yard 10th hole, where playing for a safe 4 is usually the best option!
The course provides a challenge to all golfers, whether scratch or 24 handicaps, without being intimidating.
The club welcomes GUI Registered Societies to play the course (April – September inclusive) and avail of the excellent Clubhouse facilities. Details can be found on this website.
The new millennium brought success for the juvenile section of the club as winners of the Fred Daly Trophy and also UK finalists in the Sunday Telegraph junior team championships.
A warm welcome awaits you at Banbridge Golf Club.
|Green Fees Midweek:||£30
|Green Fees Weekends & B.H.:||£35|
|Green Fees with a Member:||£20/25|
|Green Fees for Opens:||£10|
|Full Membership Available:||Yes|
|Full Membership Fee:||£700|
|Full Family Membership Fee:||£1,250|
|Full 6-Day Membership Fee:||£630|
|Full Senior Membership Fee:||£590|
|Full Junior Membership Fee:||£250|
|Full Juvenile Membership Fee:||£135|
116 Huntly Road,
|Website||Banbridge golf club website|
|Captain:||P. J. Johnston|
|Lady Captain:||Ada Lavery|
|Juvenile Captain:||Jack McKerr|
|Vice-Captains':||Martin McAleenan & Vera Willdridge|
|Hon. Secretary:||Paul McAleavey, Sherwin Curran & Liz Armstrong|
|Club Pro:||Richard Kilpatrick
|Hon. Treasurer:||Tom Mulholland & Vera Willdridge|
|Comp. Secretary:||Johnny McKinstry & Susan Magenni|
General Facts & Information
|Course opening hours: Daylight hours||Clubhouse opening hours: am to pm|
|Mobile phones: Not on course
||Dress Code: Neat and casual, no denim|
|Catering: Full catering, facilities, By arrangement||Days to Avoid: Tuesdays & Saturdays|
|Green Fees and Societies Welcome: Other days||Pre-booking for open Tournaments:14 Days in advance|
Banbridge Golf Club Fixtures 2022 provisional*
|Open & Major Fixtures 2022 (to be Confirmed)|
|Captains' Drive-In||Sunday 13 March
|Lady Captain's Prize||Saturday 25 June||Closed||1|
|Captain's Prize to the Ladies||Tuesday 19 July||Closed||1|
|President's Prize||Saturday 23 July||Closed||1|
|Lady President's Prize||Saturday 23 July
|Captain's Prize||Saturday 20 August
|L. & G. Singles Stableford||Thursday 17 March||Open||1|
|L. & G. Singles Stableford||Monday 18 April||Open||1|
|L. & G. Singles Stableford||Monday 2 May||Open||1|
|L. & G. Singles Stableford||Thursday 5 May||Open||1|
|L. & G. Singles Stableford||Thursday 12 May||Open||1|
|L. & G. Singles Stableford||Thursday 19 May||Open||1|
|L. & G. Singles Stableford||Thursday 26 May
|L. & G. Singles Stableford||Thursday 2 June||Open||1|
|L. & G. Singles Stableford||Thursday 9 June||Open||1|
|L. & G. Singles Stableford||Thursday 16 June||Open||1|
|L. & G. Singles Stableford||Thursday 23 June||Open||1|
|L. & G. Singles Stableford||Thursday 30 June||Open||1|
|L. & G. Singles Stableford||Thursday 7 July||Open||1|
|L. & G. Singles Stableford||Thursday 14 July||Open||1|
|L. & G. Singles Stableford||Thursday 21 July
|L. & G. Singles Stableford||Thursday 28 July
|Ladies 3-Ball Texas Scramble||Tuesday 2 August||Open||1
|L. & G. Singles Stableford||Thursday 4 August||Open||1|
|L. & G. Singles Stableford||Thursday 11 August||Open||1|
|L. & G. Singles Stableford||Thursday 18 August||Open||1|
|L. & G. Singles Stableford||Thursday 25 August
|L. & G. Singles Stableford||Monday 29 August||Open||1
|L. & G. Singles Stableford||Thursday 1 September||Open||1|
|Scratch Cups||Friday 2 September||Open||1|
Card of the Course
|White||Par 69 SSS 67 5,665 yd's|
|Red||Par 70 SSS 69 5,105 yd's|
|Green||Par 69 SSS 66 5,466 yd's|
|Hole Name||Hole No.||White||Green||Par||Index||Red||Par||Index|
Men's Course Record: 62 Ciaran McAlevey (0) 15/5/2004
Ladies Course Record: 73 M. Hodgett (11)
The Ladies of Banbridge Golf Club qualified for the All-Ireland deciders of the Intermediate Cup at Limerick Golf Club on Thursday 16th September 2021 by winning their Ulster Regional Finals and were drawn against K Club Golf Club in the All-Ireland Quarter Finals; they lost their match by 3-matches to 2-matches.
First on the tee Mary Longmore who won her match by 1-hole against Pat Desmond, she was followed by Karen Curran who lost by 3 and 2 against Sally-Ann O’Connor, next up was Susan Magennis who wen down to Carol Barry by 5 and 4, in the penultimate match Magen Whan won her match by the minimum against Noreen O’Grady and in the bottom match Ann Magennis lost her match by 1-hole against Beryl Bowden.
Banbridge Golf Club won the Ulster Final of the Irish Senior Cup at Royal Portrush Golf Club on Sunday 17th August 2014.
They made their way to Carton House to compete in the All-Ireland deciders on the O’Meara Course where they were drawn against Connacht Champions Co. Sligo Golf Club in the All-Ireland Semi-Final.
They were led out by Jim Carvill who lost his match against Declan Reidy by 2 and 1, he was followed by Connor Doran who had a 3 and 2 win over Sean Flanagan next up was Colin Wilton who had a very comfortable 6 and 5 win over Ruairi O’Connor in the penultimate match Rory Leonard lost his match to Steffan O’Hara by 4 and 3 and in the bottom match Stefan Greenberg went down by 5 and 3 to Mark Morrissey.
So it was not to be for Banbridge to win their first Irish Senior Cup when one thinks of all the fine golfers they have produced down the years.
Banbridge Golf Club won the Ulster Final of the Barton Shield when they beat Portstewart Golf Club by 13-holes in 2012.
They made the long journey to Kinsale Golf Club to compete in the All-Ireland deciders on Wednesday 19th September when they were drawn against Connaught Champions Galway Golf Club in the All-Ireland Semi-Finals.
They were led by Rory Leonard with C. Wilson who had a 1-hole win over Ronan Mullarney with Joe Lyons, the other match of Jim Carvill with Conor Doran was halved against Eddie McCormack with Damien Glynn.
They met NUI Maynooth in the All-Ireland Final they were lead again by Rory Leonard with C. Wilson who lost to C. O’Rourke with J. Yates, the second match of Jim Carvill with Conor Doran was a 7-hole win to B. Anderson with G. Hurley.
Banbridge Golf Club won the Ulster Final of the Irish Junior Cup at Shandon Park Golf Club on Sunday 15thAugust 2010 when they beat Portstewart Golf Club by 3½ matches to 1½-matches.
They made their way to Castlebar Golf Club to compete in the National Deciders, they were drawn against Connacht Champions Portumna Golf Club in the All-Ireland Semi-Final on Wednesday 15th September.
First on the tee was Ross McCandless who won his match by 2 and 1 against Ger Lynch, he was followed by Luke Woods who lost his match to Sean Cleary by 2 and 1, next up was Rory Madeley against John Cleary this match also went to the men from east Galway by 3 and 2. The penultimate match of Jonathan Burns against Shane Ryan was lost by the slimmest of margins with a 1-hole loss, the bottom match of Jonathan Shannon against Pat Quinlan was halved. So it was not to be for Banbridge, Portumna did go on to beat Naas Golf Club in the All-Ireland Final the following day.
Rory Leonard won the West of Ireland Open Championship at Co. Sligo Golf Club on 6th April 2010 when he beat Eddie McCormack from Galway Golf Club by 2 and 1.
Banbridge Golf Club won the Ulster Championship of the Barton Shield in 2009 and made their way to Tullamore Golf Club to compete in the National Deciders: having won the All-Ireland Semi-Final when beating the Connaught Champions, they met Leinster Champions Kilkenny Golf Club in the All-Ireland Final, they were led by Rory Leonard with Ciaran McAleavey who lost by 1-hole in a ding-dong match against Paul O'Hara with Craig Martin, the bottom match of Connor Doran & Alastair McCully was halved against Eddie Power & Richie Walsh when Richie Walsh had to sink a 6-footer before the green pennant went to the marble-city.
The gogolfing Website would like to congratulate Richard Kilpatrick on being part of the victorious Irish Team that won the European Amateur Championship at Western Gailes on the Ayrshire Cost, on Saturday 7th July 2007, when they overcame a strong French team by 4 ½ matches to 2 ½ matches. Ireland had not won this Championship since 1987, the other members of the team were Rory McIlroy (Hollywood Golf Club), Jonathan Caldwell (Clandeboye Golf Club), Simon Ward (Co. Louth), Shane Lowry (Esker Hills Golf Club) well done lads and we will continue to follow your progress in the years to come.
Banbridge Golf Club won the Ulster Final of The Irish Senior Cup in 2007, and it was on to the All-Ireland Finals at Shandon Park Golf Club on Friday 14th September, where they were drawn against Leinster Champions Portmarnock Golf Club in the All-Ireland Semi-Finals.
The star-studded team on the day was, Rory Leonard, Alistair McCully, Richard Kilpatrick, Connor Doran, and Jim Carvill.
First on the tee was Rory Leonard against Michael Brett, Rory won his match by 5 and 4; he was followed by Alistair McCully against Geoff Lenehan who beat the Portmarnock man by 3 and 2. Next on the tee was the reigning East of Ireland Champion Richard Kilpatrick against David Kelleher who had a convincing 6 and 5 win. He was followed by Conor Doran against the veteran and multiple Amateur Championship winners Adrian Morrow, but he proved too good for Adrian on the day to record a 4 and 3 win. Jim Carvill played at anchor (Jim won the East of Ireland and the South of Ireland in 2005) against Niall Goulding and halved the match giving the Ulster Champions a convincing 4 ½ matches to ½ match over the Leinster Champions.
They met Connacht Champions Co. Sligo in the All-Ireland decoder on Saturday 15thSeptember; however things were not to go as smoothly as in the Semi-Final.
Rory Leonard was first up again against Martin McTernan who lost his match by 2 and 1, Richard Kilpatrick beat Seryth Heavey by 3 and 1. He was followed by Connor Doran who halved his match with Keith O'Neill; Alistair McCully had a bad day against Gary McDermott when he lost his match by 6 and 4. It was all down to the final match of Jim Carvill against David Dunne, but the Rosses Point man was to just shade it with a 1-hole win to determine where the Irish Senior Cup would rest for 2007/2008.
Banbridge Golf Club won the Ulster Final of the Irish Junior Cup in 2006, when they beat Portadown Golf Club by 4 matches to one match at Lurgan Golf Club on 27th August.
It was on to Enniscrone Golf Club for the National Finals, where they where drawn against Munster Champions Tramore Golf Club in the All-Ireland Semi-Final on Wednesday 13thSeptember.
First on the tee was Neil Clydesdale against Danny Linehan, who had a comfortable win of 3 and 2. He was followed by Trevor Woods against Alan Browne who clamed victory by the same margin. Next up was Jonathan Burns who beat Barrie Rogers by 2 and 1. Banbridge had now booked their place in the All-Ireland Final. Gareth Gillespie had one of those days and lost out to Paul O’Sullivan. The final match was halved between Rory Madeley and John O’Brien.
They met the Leinster Champions Castle Golf Club the following day in the decider. First up was Neil Clydesdale against Simon Lynch, who had a bad day losing out by 7 and 6. Next on the tee was Trevor Woods who secured a vital point against Ronan Burke on the 19th-hole. He was followed by Jonathan Burns who had a comfortable win over Omer Bhamjee by 6 and 5. The penultimate match saw Ross McCandless secured the match against Ross Kinsella by 2 and 1. Rory Madeley lost out to Marc Dillon by 2 and 1. However the Green Pennant was in the bag to record their second All-Ireland, having won the Barton Shield in 2003.
Richard Kilpatrick was selected to play in the Home Internationals at Prestwick Golf Club from 8th to 10th September 2004.
Banbridge Golf Club won their first ever senior green pennant since the club was founded in 1912, when they beat a strong Stackstown Golf Club team at Lisburn Golf Club on Thursday 11 th September 2003 in the All-Ireland Final of the Barton Shield. Having accounted for Connacht Champions Connemara Golf Club in the Semi-Final by 3-holes, when Conor Doran & Kieran Magennis beat Derek McNamara & G. O'Donnell by 3-holes. They were followed by “big” Rory Leonard & Ciaran McAleavey who halved their match with D. Scully & D. Stapleton in the morning.
The afternoon saw Conor Doran & Kieran Magennis pitched against the McDermott brothers Michael (a former West of Ireland winner) and John who they beat by 1-hole. The second match of Rory Leonard & Ciaran McAleavey against former South of Ireland winner Mark Campbell & Liam Ryan was a cliff-hanger with the Banbridge pair won a magnificent halve and delivering the All-Ireland pennant to this club that has produced some outstanding players, not least Remi Burns.
Banbridge continued its success in the Club Youths' Championship, when they retained the Ulster Title in 2002. The team of Conor Doran, Richard Kilpatrick, Ciaran McAleavey and Dean Nicoletti, they went to Royal Tara Golf Club on August 26 th to defend the Championship. They beat Munster Champions Douglas on a count back with a score of 296 to take the All-Ireland title.
Banbridge Golf Club won the All-IrelandFred Daly title at Roscrea Golf Club in August 2002, when the team was, Neil Honeyford, Ciaran McAleavey, Rory Doran, Mark Honeyford, Gareth Bronte, Dean Nicoletti, Richard Kilpatrick and Conor Doran, they were managed by Aidan Doran and Sean Quinn.
Banbridge Golf Club won the All-Ireland Club Youths' Championship in 2001
Banbridge Golf Club won the BMW Ulster Mixed Foursomes in 2001.
Aidan Doran was selected as Captain of the Ulster Youths' team for 2001.
Richard Kilpatrick was selected on the Irish Youths team to play in Gdansk, Poland on July 9 th 2002.
Richard Kilpatrick was selected on the Ulster team for the Interprovincial Matches played at Portmarnock Golf Club from 11th to 13th August 2004.
Ciaran McAleavey was selected on the Ulster Boys' team for the Interprovincial's at Headfort Golf Club from August 28-30 2002 and Rory Doran was non-travelling reserve.
Following their success in the Fred Daly the previous year. The young men from Banbridge continued their winning ways when they won the Irish Club Youths Championship Final at Nenagh Golf Club in September 2001. This time they won with the best card second-round counting. They recorded scores of Conor Doran 80-70, Richard Kilpatrick 72-75 and Ciaran McIleavey 74-77 for a total of 291. This competition is the best two cards counting. They piped Hermitage on a count back, with Muskerry in 3 rd place and Ballinasloe in 4th .
Prior to 2001:
Banbridge won the Fred Daly Trophy at Strandhill G.C. in August 2000, when they beat Westport by 3-2 in a thrilling All-Ireland final, with all matches going the distance. The team was Noel Kavanagh, Richard Kilpatrick, Ciaran McAleavey, Conor Doran, and Ross McCandless.
Conor Doran was runner-up in the Irish Boys Amateur Close Championship at Strandhill on 25 th August 2000. He was, beaten into second place by, Derek McNamara from Connemara.
Banbridge is continuing to produce fine young golfers with Conor Doran representing Ireland in the European Boys' Championship in Holland in July 2000. He took 4.5 points out of a possible 5 for the team that was piped by Scotland in the final. He and his fellow club-mate, Richard Kilpatrick, were selected on the Boys' Home International team at Portmarnock G. C. on 9 th to 11 th August 2000.
Members who played representative golf for Country or Province;
Raymie Burns represented Ireland as a Senior International from 1991 to 1993 playing 23-times won 18-matches halved two and lost 3-matches accumulating 38-points. He represented Ireland at international Youths level from 1991 to 1992 playing 10-matches, won 5-matches halved one and lost 4-matches accumulating 11-points. He represented Ireland at Irish Boys level from 1989 to 1991 playing 23-times won 17-matches halved one and lost 5-matches accumulating 35-points. He represented Ulster in the Senior Interprovincial’s from 19911to 1993 playing 18-times won 11-matches halved one and lost 6-matches accumulating 23-points. He represented Ulster as a Youth in the Interprovincial Championships from 1990 to 1991 playing 12-times won 7-matches halved one and lost 4-matches accumulating 15-points;
Conor Doran represented Ireland as a Senior International from 2005 to 2010 playing 24-times won 10-matches halved four and lost 10-matches accumulating 24-points. He represented Ireland at international Youths level in 2003 playing 4-matches, won 3-matches and lost 1-matches accumulating 6-points. He represented Ireland at Irish Boys level from 1999 to 2000 playing 18-times won 6-matches halved five and lost 7-matches accumulating 17-points. He represented Ulster in the Senior Interprovincial’s from 2005 to 2010 playing 34-times won 18-matches halved one and lost 15-matches accumulating 37-points. He represented Ulster as a Youth in the Interprovincial Championships from 2000 to2001 playing 11-times won 4-matches halved three and lost 4-matches accumulating 11-points. He represented Ulster at the Boys Interprovincial Championships from 1998 to 1999 playing 12-times won 10-matches halved one and lost 1-match accumulating 21-points;
Richard Kilpatrick represented Ireland as a Senior International from 2003 to 2007 playing 23-times won 9-matches halved two and lost 12-matches accumulating 20-points. He represented Ireland at international Youths level from 2003 to 2004 playing 6-matches, won 3-matches and lost 3-matches accumulating 6-points. He represented Ireland at Irish Boys level in 2000 playing 4-times won 2-matches and halved 2-matches accumulating 6-points. He represented Ulster in the Senior Interprovincial’s from 2003 to 2006 playing 13-times won 8-matches halved one and lost 4-matches accumulating 17-points. He represented Ulster at the Boys Interprovincial Championships in 1999 playing 5-times won 3-matches and lost 2-matches accumulating 6-points;
Rory Leonard represented Ireland as a Senior International in 2010 playing 6-times won 1-match halved one and lost 4-matches accumulating 3-points. He represented Ireland at international Youths level from 1996 to 1999 playing 10-matches, won 6-matches halved one and lost 3-matches accumulating 13-points. He represented Ireland at Irish Boys level in 1994 playing 4-times won 1-match halved one and lost 2-matches accumulating 3-points. He represented Ulster in the Senior Interprovincial’s from 1997 to 2010 playing 34-times won 17-matches halved four and lost 13-matches accumulating 38-points. He represented Ulster as a Youth in the Interprovincial Championships from 1995 to 1997 playing 17-times won 10-matches halved two and lost 5-matches accumulating 22-points;
Ciaran McAleavey represented Ireland at Irish Boys level from 2001 to 2003 playing 13-times won 6-matches and lost 5-matches accumulating 12-points. He represented Ulster in the Senior Interprovincial’s in 2007 playing 3-times won 1-match and lost 2-matches accumulating 2-points. He represented Ulster as a Youth in the Interprovincial Championships in 2005 playing 5-times won 4-matches and lost 1-match accumulating 8-points. He represented Ulster at the Boys Interprovincial Championships from 2000 to 2002 playing 16-times won 8-matches and lost 8-matches accumulating 16-points;
K. Stevenson represented Ireland as a Senior International in1972 playing 12-times won 5-matches halved two and lost 5-matches accumulating 12-points. He represented Ulster in the Senior Interprovincial’s from 1972 to 1984 playing 46-times won 23-matches halved three and lost 20-matches accumulating 49-points;
R. Kilpatrick represented Ulster in the Senior Interprovincial’s in 2007 playing 6-times won 2-matches and lost 4-matches accumulating 4-points;
R. M. Crozier represented Ulster as a Youth in the Interprovincial Championships from 1977 to1978 playing 7-times won 3-matches and lost 4-matches accumulating 6-points;
Rory Doran represented Ulster at the Boys Interprovincial Championships in 2002 playing 4-times won 2-matches and lost 2-matches accumulating 4-points;
Luke Woods represented Ulster at the inaugural Boys Under-15 Interprovincial Championships in 2010 playing 3-times won 1-match and lost 2-matches accumulating 2-points;
History of Banbridge
Instituted 1913 affiliated 1914
The records prior to 1922 are unavailable. The Irish Golfers Guide gives the foundation as 1913 we reckon 1912. The Captain was D. W. Smyth and the Hon. Secretary, W. Haughton Smyth. It gives it as a nine-hole course about half a mile from the station and 2,760 yards long. Raymond Burns assures me it was a twelve-hole course when he was playing his golf out of Banbridge. It is now an eighteen-hole course.
What the Club tells us:
Banbridge Golf Club is defined by its long and proud history, and commitment to moving with the times. In May 1912, David Wilson Smyth, a local linen baron and sportsman, called a public meeting to gauge support for the formation of a golf club in Banbridge. A temporary committee was formed with Mr Smyth as the club’s first Captain, and in December 1912 a lease of 48 acres of local land was signed.
The course first opened for play on 17 March 1913 and was officially opened on 4 June 1913 by the Earl of Annesley. GUI affiliation followed in 1914. In 1970 a further three holes were added and, in 1991, the course was extended to the present challenging 18 hole layout. The club celebrated its centenary of golf in 2013.
The clubhouse had its origins in a wooden building opened in 1929 at a cost of £612. A more substantial brick clubhouse was opened in 1979, and this was renovated and extended in 1997 to provide the existing clubhouse.
The club has produced many outstanding golfers in recent years including three touring professional golfers and two teaching golf professionals. Banbridge has outstanding amateurs who have won international and provincial caps for Ireland and Ulster, culminating in the Walker Cup. We have won national and provincial titles at all levels, as well as many prestigious scratch cups. On a team level, Banbridge Golf Club has had more than its share of success in regional and national GUI events.
Roll of Honour
|Mrs. S. D. Nelson||1989||Ladies Captain|
|Mrs. J. Holton||1989||Ladies President|
|Mr. G. E. Magee||1989||Mens Captain|
|T. A. Wilson||1989||President|
|Mrs. T. Caughey||1990||Ladies Captain|
|Mrs. G. Duke||1990||Ladies President|
|Mr. D. Lockhart||1990||Mens Captain|
|T . A. Wilson||1990||President|
|Mrs. M. Haughey||1991||Ladies Captain|
|Mrs. G. Duke||1991||Ladies President|
|Mr. T. Grant||1991||Mens Captain|
|Mrs. W. E. Beasley||1992||Ladies Captain|
|Mrs. G. Duke||1992||Ladies President|
|Mr. R. Shaw||1992||Mens Captain|
|Mrs. B. Magee||1993||Ladies Captain|
|Mrs. P. McCartan||1993||Ladies President|
|Mr.. S. McGrath||1993||Mens Captain|
|Mrs. A. McVey||1994||Ladies Captain|
|Mrs. P. McCartan||1994||Ladies President|
|Mr. H. Carson||1994||Mens Captain|
|Mr. P .J. Reavey||1994||President|
|Mrs. S. Magennis||1995||Ladies Captain|
|Mrs. P. McCarton||1995||Ladies President|
|Mr. Joe Dunne||1995||Mens Captain|
|Mr. P. J. Reavey||1995||President|
|Mrs. B. Boyce||1996||Ladies Captain|
|Mrs. R. Cocks||1996||Ladies President|
|Mr. E.S. Armb||1996||Mens Captain|
|Mr. P. J. Reavey||1996||President|
|Mrs. F. Richardson||1997||Ladies Captain|
|Mrs R. Cocks||1997||Ladies President|
|Mr. B. Longmore||1997||Mens Captain|
|Mr. D. Lockhart||1997||President|
|Mrs. E. McGarvey||1998||Ladies Captain|
|Mrs. R. Cocks||1998||Ladies President|
|Mr. T. P. Mulholland||1998||Mens Captain|
|Mr. D. Lockhart||1998||President|
|Mrs. J. Gowdy||1999||Ladies Captain|
|Mrs. S. O'Hare||1999||Ladies President|
|F.R. M. Crozier||1999||Mens Captain|
|Mr. D. Lockhart||1999||President|
|Mrs. L. Lytle||2000||Ladies Captain|
|Mrs. S. O'Hare||2000||Ladies President|
|Thomas F. Fee||2000||Mens Captain|
|Mr. Plunkett Campbell||2000||President|
|Mrs. Rene Norris||2001||Ladies Captain|
|Mrs. S. O'Hara||2001||Ladies President|
|Paul Campbell||2001||Mens Captain|
|Mr. M. P. Campbell||2001||President|
|Mrs. Mary Longmore||2002||Ladies Captain|
|Nora Craig||2002||Ladies President|
|Felix Duffy||2002||Mens Captain|
|Sharon Allen||2003||Ladies Captain|
|Nora Craig||2003||Ladies President|
|Jack Bickerstaff||2003||Mens Captain|
|Miss H. Cook||2004||Ladies Captain|
|Nora Craig||2004||Ladies President|
|E. P. G. O'Hagan||2004||Mens Captain|
|Mary Parkes||2005||Ladies Captain|
|Theresa McConville||2005||Ladies President|
|Jim Ledlie||2005||Mens Captain|
|Marie Mills||2006||Ladies Captain|
|Theresa McConville||2006||Ladies President|
|Gerry McBrien||2006||Mens Captain|
|Bernie Duffy||2007||Ladies Captain|
|Theresa McConville||2007||Ladies President|
|Morris Phillips||2007||Mens Captain|
|M. E. Armstrong||2008||Ladies Captain|
|Carole Quinn||2008||Ladies President|
|Hugh Rice||2008||Mens Captain|
|Marie McCambridge||2009||Ladies Captain|
|Carole Quinn||2009||Ladies President|
|Dougie Stevenson||2009||Mens Captain|
|Mildred Hodgett||2010||Ladies Captain|
|Carole Quinn||2010||Ladies President|
|Sydney Pepper||2010||Mens Captain|
|Fionnuala Crossey||2011||Ladies Captain|
|Marianne Nelson||2011||Ladies President|
|Cathal O'Neill||2011||Mens Captain|
|Mary Dooher||2012||Ladies Captain|
|Marianne Nelson||2012||Ladies President|
|William McCandless||2012||Mens Captain|
|Robena McCandless||2013||Ladies Captain|
|Declan Dooher||2013||Mens Captain|
|Denise McBrien||2014||Ladies Captain|
|Glennis Smyth||2014||Ladies President|
|Noel McSherry||2014||Mens Captain|
|Lorna Poots||2015||Ladies Captain|
|Glennis Smyth||2015||Ladies President|
|Bill McCandless||2015||Mens Captain|
|Ann Magennis||2016||Ladies Captain|
|Joy Gowdy||2016||Ladies President|
|Paul Magennis||2016||Mens Captain|
|Valerie Malcomason||2018||Ladies Captain|
|Marlene Nelson||2018||Ladies President|
|Paddy Malcolmson||2018||Mens Captain|
|Denise Nelson||2019||Ladies Captain|
|Marlene Nelson||2019||Ladies President|
|Sherwin Curran||2019||Mens Captain|
|Kathleen Smyth||2020||Ladies Captain|
|Peter Hillen||2020||Mens Captain|
|Kathleen Smyth||2021||Ladies Captain|
|Jack McKerr||2021||Juvenile Captain|
|Ada Lavery||2022||Ladies Captain|
|P. J. Johnston||2022||Mens Captain|
|Helen Cooks||2022||Lowest Ladie's H'cap|
|Jim Carvill||2022||Lowest Men's H'cap|
|Richard Kilpatrick||2022||Lowest Men's H'cap|
|Rory Leonard||2022||Lowest Men's H'cap|
|Conor Doran||2022||Lowest Men's H'cap|
|C. McAleavey||2022||Lowest Men's H'cap|
|Johnny Ward (2.3)
||2022||Lowest Men's H'cap|
Holes in One at Banbridge
|Member||Date||Hole No.||Club Used||Distance|
|D. Mathers||12th||121 yd's
|E. O'Hagen||12th||121 yd's|
|T. K. Lyle-Rea||11 April 1997||15th||108 yd's|
|M. P. Campbell||26 June 1999||12th||128 yd's|
|William Dickson||5 May 2001||12th||128 yd's|
|Colin Kennedy||1 September 2001||12th||120 yd's|
|Douglas Stevenson||15 September 2001||8th||158 yd's|
|Patsy McCourt||13 April 2002||12th||128 yd's|
|Thomas F. Fee||24 August 2002||18th||183 yd's|
|Seamus McGrath||7 September 2002||12th||128 yd's|
|Colin Kennedy||22 March 2003||15th||164 yd's|
|Lyle Rea||12 April 2003||8th||158 yd's|
|Jim Matthews||17 May 2003||12th||128 yd's|
|Colin Dowde||6 June 2003||12th||128 yd's|
|Neil Madeley||23 August 2003||15th||164 yd's|
|Paul Wylie||13 September 2003||15th||141 yd's|
|Kieran Greevy||3 March 2004||12th||112 yd's|
|Roy Rankin||15 May 2004||15th||164 yd's|
|Rory Doran||4 June 2004||12th||128 yd's|
|Cathal O'Neill||19 June 2004||15th||164 yd's|
|Paul Wylie||13 July 2004||12th||128 yd's|
|Tony Ewbanks||29 January 2005||7th||122 yd's|
|Paul Magennis||26 November 2006||6th||Albatross||262 yd's|
|Neil Diamond||12 June 2010||10th||Albatross||221 yd's|
|Damien Weir||3 April 2021||12th||128 yd's|