Skerries golf club Dublin

Skerries golf course Dublin

Skerries Golf Course

Skerries Club Crest

Skerries golf course is an eighteen-hole parkland course with undulating fairways and mature trees. It provides a magnificent panorama of see and land extending from the Mourne Mountains to Howth and the Wicklow Mountains.

The course measures 6,107 m from the medal tees, comprises a Par of 73 and a standard scratch of 72 and offers a fair test of golf for every category of golfer.

Skerries, has a magnificent new Clubhouse which provides the golfer with his/her every need. The visitor is assured of a warm welcome and a memorable game of golf at Skerries.

Green Fees Weekdays April to October: €55
Green Fees Weekends April to October: €65
Green Fees October to March Winter:
Green Fees with a Member: €18
Green Fees for Opens: €20
Practice Area: Yes
Club Hire: Yes
Buggy Hire: Yes
Soft Spikes: No
Full Membership Available: Yes
Full Membership Fee: €1,537
Full 5-Day Membership Fee: €1,088
Full Intermediate 30-33 Membership Fee: €946
Full Intermediate 28-29 Membership Fee: €776
Full Intermediate 25-27 Membership Fee: €601
Full Intermediate 19-24 Membership Fee: €427
Full Junior 12-18 Membership Fee: €147
Full 8-11 Membership Fee: €87
Entrance Fee: None
Course Type Parkland
No Holes 18
Designer Nature
Founded 1905

Co. Dublin

Telephone +353 (0)1-8491567
Email admin@skerriesgolfclub.ie
Website Skerries golf club website
General Manager: Mark Gannon
Captain: Stan Pyke 
Lady Captain: Elaine McGloughlin
Presidents': Gerry Lloyd & Vivienne Donnelly
Boy's Captain: Jeff Sexton
Girls Captain: Lauren Monaghan
Vice-Captains': Michael Weldon & Deirdre O’Neill
Hon. Secretary: Stephen Coomey, Peter C. Donnelly & Ailish Humphreys
Club Pro: Bobby Kinsella ext. 5
Hon. Treasurer: David Graham
Comp. Secretary: Stephen Coomey & Mary Healy
Skerries Golf Course Layout Course Layout

Location Map

GPS Coord*
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General Facts & Information

Course opening hours: Daylight hours Clubhouse opening hours:9.00am to 11.30pm
Mobile phones: Not on course
Dress Code: Neat and casual, no denim
Catering: Full catering, facilities Days to Avoid: Wednesdays
Green Fees and Societies Welcome: Other days Pre-booking for open Tournaments:14 Days in advance

Skerries Golf Club Fixtures 2024 provisional*

Open & Major Fixtures 2024 (to be Confirmed)
Event Start Finish Type Duration
Captains' Drive-In Monday 1 January
  Closed 1
Captain's Prize to the Ladies Saturday 1 June
  Closed 1
President's Prize to the Ladies Saturday 6 July   Closed 1
Lady Captain's Prize Day 1 Tuesday 23 July   Closed 1
Lady Captain's Prize Day 2 Saturday 27 July   Closed 1
Vice-Captain's Prize Sunday 28 July   Closed  
President's Prize Saturday 4 August
  Closed 1
Lady President's Prize Saturday 4 August   Closed 1
Lady President's Prize Tuesday 6 August   Closed 1
Captain's Prize (Q) Saturday 10 August
Sunday 11 August
Closed 2
Captain's Prize (Q) Sunday 11 August
  Closed 1
Captain's Prize Saturday 17 August
  Closed 1
4-Person Rumble Monday 17 April   Open 1
Singles Stableford Monday 6 May   Open 1
4-Person Team Event Saturday 25 May   Open 1
Singles Stableford Monday 3 June   Open 1
Inter. Scratch Cup (10 to 18) Saturday 8 June   Open 1
Minor Scratch Cup (19 to 28)
Saturday 8 June   Open 1
L. & G. Seniors Singles Stableford 50+ Monday 10 June   Open 1
Start of Mini Open Wednesday 19 June Saturday 22 June Open 4
Fourball Stableford
Wednesday 19 June
  Open 1
9-hole Scotch Foursomes from 6.00 p.m. Wednesday 19 June
  Open 1
Ladies 4-Person Team Event from 10.00am
Thursday 20 June
  Open 1
Mens 9-Hole Singles from 4.40pm to 6.30 pm Thursday 20 June
  Open 1
L. & G. 4-Person Team Event Friday 21 June
  Open 1
Ladies 9-Hole Singles Stableford
Friday 21 June
  Open 1
Mixed Scotch Foursomes from10.00 am
Saturday 22 June
  Open 1
18-Hole Singles until 9.20 pm
Saturday 22 June
  Open 1
L. & G. Seniors Singles Stableford 50+ Monday 8 July   Open 1
Senior Scratch Cup (36-holes) Saturday 20 July   Open 1
Junior Scratch Cup (36-holes) Saturday 20 July   Open 1
Singles Stableford Monday 29 July   Open 1
L. & G. Seniors Singles Stableford 50+ Monday 5 August   Open 1
L. & G. Seniors Singles Stableford 50+ Monday 16 September   Open 1

*Please check information before travelling

Card of the Course

White Par 73 SSS 73 6,122 m
Yellow Par 73 SSS 71 5,904 m
Red Par 74 SSS 74 5,292 m
Green Par 73 SSS 70 5,716 m


Hole No. White Yellow Green Par Index Red Par Index
1 375 366 356 4 5
332 4 7
2 155 143 127 3 17 108 3 17
3 391 373 357 4 1 290 4 11
4 418 404
393 5 15 398 5 1
5 395 384 379 4 3
331 4 5
6 461 450 442 5 7
5 9
7 158 146 132 3 13 137 3 15
8 479 469 462 5 9
428 5 3
9 320 306
282 4 11 276 4 13
Out 3,152 3,041 2,930 37   2,699 37  
10 365 353 399 4 6
303 4 4
11 263 255 254 4 16 253 4 14
12 132 125 118 3 18 123 3 16
13 371 359 345 4 2
352 4 2
14 449 433 424 5 14 366 5 8
15 144 134 125 3 12 137 3 10
16 371 357 351 4 8 284 4 12
17 488 477 473 5 10
405 5 6
18 387 370 357 4 4
370 5 18
In 2,970 2,863 2,786 36   2,593 37  
Total 6,122 5,904 5,716 73   5,292 74  
SSS 73 71 70     74    

Notable rounds

Men's Course Record: 66 Kingsley Lewis (2) Pro. 66 Damien Mooney

Ladies Course Record: 72 Maria Dunne 01/06/2004

Members Achievements

The Ladies of Skerries Golf Club were Runners-Up in the Final of Leinster North Women’s Junior Foursomes in on Sunday 30th July 2023 when they lost out to Sutton Golf Club by 3-matches to 0-match.

Past International Maria Dunne notched the first Scratch Cup victory of the 2010 season when she defeated Louise Coffey Malone Golf Club on count-back after both signed for 161 at Royal Co. Down on Sunday 28th March 2010. 
In blustery but dry conditions, Victoria Bradshaw of Bangor Golf Club was one shot further back in third while Violet McBride of Belvoir Park Golf Club was best of the Seniors finishing in 6th place.

Skerries Golf Club won the McDonnell Cup in 2004, when the team was, J. Larkin, D. Hamill, B. Murphy, M. McGuinness, G. Hill, D. Smith, L. McLoughlin, M. Metcalf, J. Thompson, P. McCarthy, P. Murray, P. Riordan, G. Jordan, B. Caffrey, P. Grimes, P. Counihan, F. Gallagher, D. Lannigan and T. Lacey.

Maria Dunne was selected on the Leinster ILGU Team for the Interprovincial's. Played at Ballybunion Golf Club from 18th to 20th August 2004.

Skerries won the Best Cup when they beat Kilternan in the Final on 13th September 2004, they won the Uden Cup when they beat Malahide in the Final on 22ndAugust 2004 and they won the McDonnell Cup when they beat Howth in the Final on the 9th August 2004.

Skerries Golf Club won the All-Ireland Final of the Irish Junior Cup at Lisburn Golf Club on 11th September 2003, they beat Loughrea Golf Club in the Semi-Finals and Munster Champions Clonmel Golf Club in the All-Ireland final. The team on the day was Kingsley Lewis, David Murray, David Garrigan, Alec Dignam and Mark Justice. They were captained by Michael Neary.

The Ladies of Skerries Golf Club won the ILGU Eastern District in 2003, when the team was, Mervyn Frazer, Joanne Grimes, Vivienne Donnelly, Elizabeth Williams, Kay Boland, Ailish Humphreys, Margaret Swan, Nuala O'Mara, they were managed by Ann Thompson, Rosina Berwick and Zita Devine.

Maria Dunne was selected on the Leinster Ladies team for the AIB Interprovincial Championships at Mount Wolseley Golf Club on August 7 September 2002, having been selected on the Irish Junior Girls team competing in the European Lady Junior Team Championship in Moscow in July. She played on the Irish Girls' team for the Smurfit Interprovincial Championship at Enniscrone Golf Club from April 18th to 20th 2001.

Jeff Hopkins was selected to represent Ireland in the European Boys’ Amateur Team Championship to be held at Klassis Golf & Country Club, Turkey on Tuesday 6th to Saturday 10th July 2010. The others on the team were Liam Harnett Milltown G. C., Stephen Barry Laytown & Bettystown G. C., Kieran Lynch Skibbereen G. C. Dermot McElroy Ballymena G.C. and Chris Selfridge Moyola Park G. C., they were captained by Liam Martin.

Prior to 2001:

Skerries Golf Club won the Leinster Final of the Pierce Purcell Shield in 1997, when the team was, A. Burns, C. Toye, N. McConnell, B. Sherwin, K. O'Brien, L. Mooney, E. Roche, C. Delaney, B. Shanahan, M. Ivory, R. Mulvaney, L. O'Neill, F. Kavanagh, J. McConnell, G. Hogan, R. Downey, S. Pyke, M. Coleman and F. Gallagher.

Skerries won the Barton Cup in 1965, when the team was, D. Kinsella, T. P. McDonald, G. Andrews, M. Carron, B. Hoey, L. Cauldwell, C. Byrne, P. J. Griffin, N. Weldon, M. O'Hara, J. Ryan, L. Flanagan, L. Counihan, W. Mulcahy, M. Ryan and J. Bracken.

They won the McDonnell Cup in 1979, 1982, 1983 and 1988.

They won the Uden Cup in 1977 and 1978.

They were County Champions in the J. B. Carr Diamond Trophy in 1998.

Skerries won the North Leinster Mixed Foursomes in 1991, when the team was, R. Berwick, J. Murray, B. Farrelly, K. Lewis, M. Coleman, E. Breslin, J. Reid, A. Dixon, M. Coward, N. Moran, K. O'Brien and U. Sheeran they were managed by E. Lewis and P. Reid.

The Ladies of Skerries Golf Club won the ILGU Eastern District in 1983, when the team was, M. Counihan, T. Ryan, B. Ryan, M. O'Leary, K. Dunne, B. Geraghty, V. Dignam, they were captained by S. Douglas.

Mary Kinsella and Mary Leonard won the Daily Mail Foursomes in 1995.

Joe Carroll and Milly Tighe won the Countess of Granard Cup in 1968.

The Youths of Skerries Golf Club won the Leinster Club Youths Championship and were All-Ireland Finalists in 1998, when the team was, R. O'Keefe, G. Dunphy, L. O'Neill, A. Dignam and Robert Lee, they were managed by L. O'Neill.

They won the Squire Ennis Trophy in 1994.

The Girls' of Skerries Golf Club won the Smurfit Junior Girls Leinster Championship in 1999.

81-years young John Lally who still plays golf at least three times a week, had a hole-in-one in August 2001 at the 15thin Skerries;

Members who played representative golf for Country or Province;

G. H. Owens represented Ireland as a Senior International from 1935 to 1947 playing 22-times won 13-match halved one and lost 8-matches accumulating 27-points;

B. Kinsella represented Ireland at international Youths level from1990 to 1992 playing 15-matches, won 7-matches and lost 8-match accumulating 14-points. He represented Ireland at Irish Boys level in from 1987 to 1989 playing 11-times won 6-matches halved two and lost 3-matches accumulating 14-points;

S. Kinsella represented Ireland at Irish Boys level in 1988 playing 4-times won 1-match and lost 3-matches accumulating 2-points;

Jeff Hopkins represented Ireland at Irish Boys level in 2010 playing 9-times won 4-matches halved one and lost 4-matches accumulating 9-points. He represented Leinster at Boys  Interprovincial level from 2009 to 2010 playing 10-times won 7-matches and lost 3-matches accumulating 14-points;

Frank Gannon represented Ireland at Senior (55+) from 2002 to 2003 playing 9-times won 4-matches halved three and lost 2-matches accumulating 11-points. He represented Leinster at Senior Interprovincial level from 1980 to 1995 playing 33-times won 17-matches halved two and lost 14-matches accumulating 36-points;

A. F. Byrne represented Leinster at Senior Interprovincial level in 1956 playing 6-times won 1-match halved one and lost 4-matches accumulating 3-points;

B. Kinsella represented Leinster at Senior Interprovincial level from 1991 to 1994 playing 18-times won 10-matches halved one and lost 7-matches accumulating 21-points. He represented Leinster as a Youth Interprovincial from 1988 to 1992 playing 29-times won 19-matches halved two and lost 8-matches accumulating 40-points;

W. Kinsella represented Leinster at Senior Interprovincial level in 1960 playing 6-times won 1-match halved two and lost 3-matches accumulating 4-points;

G. H. Owens represented Leinster at Senior Interprovincial level from 1938 to 1939;

Shaun O’Connor represented Leinster at Boys  Interprovincial level in 2009 playing 3-times won 2-matches and lost 1-match accumulating 4-points;

B. Sweeney represented Connacht at Senior Interprovincial level from 1988 to 1989 playing 10-times won 1-match and lost 9-matches accumulating 2-points;


Maria Dunne was selected on the ILGU Senior B squad in November 2000 and she was on the Irish Girls' team which played in the Home Internationals at Downfield G. C., Dundee, from the 15thto the 17thAugust, 2000.

Barbara Ryan played for the Irish Girls in 1987.  

History of Skerries

Instituted 1905 affiliated 1908

In The "Irish Field" on the 13th March, 1897, there is a record of a Capt. O’Dwyer having plans to introduce golf to the fishing village of Skerries, this would appear to have come to nothing.

J. P. Rooney wrote in the "Irish Field" on the 10th of April, 1926 "The golf club was formed in 1905, the idea originating from Messrs. R. E. Maunsell, T. S. F. Battersby, K. C., and the late Henry Evans. The lease for the ground was obtained from Lord Holmpatrick and the, course was formally opened by him on the 14th April 1906. The first meeting was held in the home of Mr. Battersby in Upper Mount Street on the 26th of October1905. The first President was Lord Holmpatrick, the Captain was Mr. A. S. Hussey and the Hon. Secretary and Treasurer was E. H. Bailey.

The committee had the foresight to engage the services of Mr. W. C. Pickman of Portmarnock and later Mr. Bancroft of the Royal Dublin, both well-known course architects, and later Mr. H. S. Colt, in 1922, an internationally renowned architect.

The club purchased the land from the Holmpatrick Estate in the 1940s and then in 1971 they bought additional land from the same estate. It extended to eighteen holes the same year. In the mid 1990s, further revisions were made to the course and later a magnificent new clubhouse was constructed.

What the Club tells us:

While writing the history of the club, I was aware that any local history should reflect the wider history of the country as a whole. To ignore this is, in the opinion of some, to indulge in a spot of self- indulgent naval gazing. The development of Skerries Golf Club has a pattern which fits very well into the country’s social history of the 20th century. In the early 1900s, Ireland was part of the British Empire and when the club was founded in 1905, it was British in culture. The members who joined the club in those early years were seen as the Old Order and to their credit, many golf clubs, rugby clubs, cricket clubs and other sporting organisations would not have been founded so soon without their drive and energy. As against that they tended to keep the golf clubs to themselves, exclusive of the majority of the population except those few who were acceptable and wealthy enough to be able to afford the fees.

The growth and establishment of a nationalist identity in the country, slowly began to change the status and outlook of the golf club. At first, it seemed to ignore what was going on, as the minutes have no reference to any outside influences other than the First World War and this catastrophic event takes up many paragraphs of minutes between 1914 and 1919. When the clubhouse was burned down in the early 20s, it is treated as an accident and no references are made to other such activities in Skerries itself. Even the fact that locks placed on the gates of the railway path, to exclude the public, were broken and removed does not get a mention until many years later.

The twenties ushered in the changes with an influx of the professional classes who were Irish in character. Many of the old order simply left the club and those who remained forged an alliance with the new order, and continued to run the club in a similar manner. After the decision in 1935 to play competitions on Sundays, the old order faded away and the professional classes ran the club. It remained fairly exclusive however as is shown by the fact that prospective members had to declare their occupation when applying for membership. While this rule did not apply in the early years, the old order had its own way of establishing suitability for membership. Many of the caddies of the time, were not exactly fulsome in their praises of the newer Irish order, when it came to comparing them with the previous regime. World War 2 had only a minor impact on the club as the course was not required for food production purposes. There were some shortages in certain commodities but the playing of golf was not seriously affected.

By the fifties the club was changing rapidly and over the next decades golf became a popular game for all, as people had more disposable income. The eighties and nineties have seen a huge development of golf courses throughout Ireland to cater for the demand for the game. Skerries again reflected this national trend and there has been a waiting list for membership at the club for some years. The opening of the new clubhouse in 1996 is evidence of what current members can afford to do.

I have no doubt that the people who established the first golf clubs in Ireland, could not have foreseen how enormously popular the game was going to become and it would be naïve to credit them with this foresight but it is ironic that a game begun centuries ago by ordinary people for amusement (Scottish shepherds to while away the time) should, through a long process of evolution, be back to being just that. For those who enjoy statistics, I wonder, how many games of golf were played on our course over the last 100 years? How many people played with such a variety of clothes and clubs? How many caddies were there? How many golf balls (or other ‘things’) lie buried under the fairways and ditches? The lists are endless and many members will have their own particular interests. The story of our club is a human story, 100 years of people playing a game, which has generated the full range of emotions, sometimes in the same day, and which, many believe, has few equals.

Roll of Honour

Member Year Hon. Position
Mrs. P. McBrien 1989 Ladies Captain
P. J. O'Brien 1989 Men's Captain
P. McDonnell 1989 President
E. Sheeran 1990 Ladies Captain
Mrs. D. Landy 1990 Ladies President
D. O'Loughlin 1990 Men's Captain
M. Doggett 1990 President
Mrs. F. Harford 1991 Ladies Captain
Mrs. D. Landy 1991 Ladies President
T. P. McDonald 1991 Men's Captain
M. Doggett 1991 President
Mrs.. J. McDonough 1992 Ladies Captain
Mrs. S. Douglas 1992 Ladies President
J. Woodcock 1992 Men's Captain
N. Duffy 1992 President
Mrs. K. McDonough 1993 Ladies Captain
Mrs. S. Douglas 1993 Ladies President
D .P. Dunne 1993 Men's Captain
N. Duffy 1993 President
Mrs. T. Hand 1994 Ladies Captain
Mrs. P. Cregg 1994 Ladies President
M. Neary 1994 Men's Captain
P. Hynes 1994 President
Mrs. T. Dixon 1995 Ladies Captain
Mrs. P. Gregg 1995 Ladies President
E. Maher 1995 Men's Captain
E. Sheeran 1995 President
Patricia Boylan 1996 Ladies Captain
Mrs. A. Lennox 1996 Ladies President
E. W. Lewis 1996 Men's Captain
B. Grey 1996 President
Milly Coleman 1997 Ladies Captain
Mrs. E. Murphy 1997 Ladies President
J. J. Chapman 1997 Men's Captain
T. Williams 1997 President
Finola Gilson 1998 Ladies Captain
Mrs. C. Mulcahy 1998 Ladies President
B. T. Keogh 1998 Men's Captain
J. Bracken 1998 President
Mary Dowling 1999 Ladies Captain
Mrs. M. O'Flynn 1999 Ladies President
B. F. Cregan 1999 Men's Captain
L. Hughes 1999 President
Terry Ryan 2000 Ladies Captain
S. Carolan 2000 Ladies President
Stafford Stack 2000 Men's Captain
G. Griffin 2000 President
Geraldine Neary 2001 Ladies Captain
F. McDonough 2001 Ladies President
Brian Lee 2001 Men's Captain
John J. Murray 2001 President
Brid McInerney 2002 Ladies Captain
Jo Carroll 2002 Ladies President
Cecil Keaveney 2002 Men's Captain
Mr. B. Bird 2002 President
Hilda Cussen 2003 Ladies Captain
Patricia Boylan 2003 Ladies President
Peter Gilligan 2003 Men's Captain
T. P. McDonald 2003 President
Ann Thompson 2004 Ladies Captain
Milly Coleman 2004 Ladies President
Tom Lane 2004 Men's Captain
Michael Neary 2004 President
Joan Lewis 2005 Ladies Captain
T. P. McDonald 2005 Ladies President
Michael Branagan 2005 Men's Captain
Dermot O'Loughlin 2005 President
Mary Kenny 2006 Ladies Captain
Helen Hughes 2006 Ladies President
Charles O'Reilly 2006 Men's Captain
Eddie Maher 2006 President
Mary Counihan 2007 Ladies Captain
  2007 Ladies President
Celly Toye 2007 Men's Captain
Eric Lewis 2007 President
Clare D'arcy 2008 Ladies Captain
Kay Molloy 2008 Ladies President
Sean Shanley 2008 Men's Captain
John Chapman 2008 President
Maria O'Callaghan 2009 Ladies Captain
Aileen Lane 2009 Ladies President
Brian Sherwin 2009 Men's Captain
Brian Cregan 2009 President
Maura McNally 2010 Ladies Captain
Aileen Lane 2010 Ladies President
Tom Lacey 2010 Men's Captain
Brian Cregan 2010 President
Noeleen Lacey 2011 Ladies Captain
Marie Loughrey 2011 Ladies President
Flann Kiernan 2011 Men's Captain
Damien Dunne 2011 President
Mary Grimes 2012 Ladies Captain
Emer Mullins 2012 Ladies President
Liam McGinley 2012 Men's Captain
Brian Lee 2012 President
Zita Devine 2013 Ladies Captain
Ailish Guinan
2013 Ladies President
Willie Prendergast 2013 Men's Captain
Cecil Keaveney
2013 President
Sylvia Alcock 2014 Ladies Captain
Christine O'Brien 2014 Ladies President
Gerry Lloyd 2014 Men's Captain
Peter Galligan 2014 President
Fionnuala Mooney 2015 Ladies Captain
Joan McDonnell
2015 Ladies President
Brian Humphreys 2015 Men's Captain
Tony Lane
2015 President
Pauline Gaughran 2016 Ladies Captain
Patricia MacClancy
2016 Ladies President
Peter A. Counihan 2016 Men's Captain
Michael Branagan
2016 President
Nuala MacMahon 2017 Ladies Captain
Mary Dowling
2017 Ladies President
Peter Donnelly 2017 Men's Captain
Charlie O’Reilly
2017 President
Ciara Boylan 2018 Ladies Captain
Rosina Berwick 2018 Ladies President
Domnic Henry 2018 Men's Captain
Celsus M. Toye 2018 President
Maire Keogh 2019 Ladies Captain
Aideen Neary
2019 Ladies President
Peter Lamont 2019 Men's Captain
 Brian Sherwin 2019 President
Robert Kenny 2019 Junior Boys Captain
Sarah-Jane McNally 2019 Junior Girls Captain
Trudy Henry 2020 Ladies Captain
Kay Boland 
2020 Ladies President
Austin Gill 2020 Men's Captain
Sean Shanley 2020 President
Darragh Early 2020 Junior Boys Captain
Sarah El Shamy 2020 Junior Girls Captain
Ailish Humphreys 2021 Ladies Captain
Kay Boland 2021 Ladies President
Declan Bowers 2021 Men's Captain
Tom Lacey
2021 President
Darragh Early 2021 Junior Boys Captain
Sarah El Shamy 2021 Junior Girls Captain
Mary Browne 2022 Ladies Captain
Rita Tolan 2022 Ladies President
Chris Alcock 2022 Men's Captain
Liam McGinley 2022 President
  2022 Junior Boys Captain
Muireann Bagley 2022 Junior Girls Captain
Mary Concannon 2023 Ladies Captain
Catherine Noone 2023 Ladies President
Billy Concannon 2023 Men's Captain
Willie Prendergast 2023 President
  2023 Junior Boys Captain
  2023 Junior Girls Captain
Elaine McGloughlin 2024 Ladies Captain
Vivienne Donnelly 2024 Ladies President
Stan Pyke 2024 Men's Captain
Gerry Lloyd 2024 President
Jeff Sexton 2024 Junior Boy's Captain
Lauren Monaghan 2024 Junior Girl's Captain
Maria Dunne (-3) 2024 Lowest Ladies Handicap
Grainne O'Connor (10) 2024 Lowest Ladies Handicap
David Murray 2024 Lowest Men's Handicap
Shaun O’Connor 2024 Lowest Men's Handicap
Jeffrey Hopkins 2024 Lowest Men's Handicap
P. Bolger (2) 2024 Lowest Men's Handicap

Holes in One at Skerries

Member Date Hole No. Club Used Distance
F. Gallagher        
P. Kenny        
S. Brown        
L. Kavanagh        
J. McConnell        
Jackie Carr 24 April 2000 12th   133 m
Liam Roche 12 July 2000 12th   133 m
Richard Brooker 22 May 2000 2nd   157 m
John Lally 1 August 2001 15th 7 Wood 145 m
John Murray 10 September 2000 15th   145 m
Liam Roche 12 August 2000 12th   133 m
Jim Wolfe 20 September 2000 12th   133 m
Philip Dwyer 27 June 1999 2nd   154 m
Ray Moran 22 April 2001 15th   135 m
Liam Delaney 20 June 2001 7th   145 m
Danny Hughes 1 July 2001 12th   133 m
Kingsley Lewis 29 July 2001 2nd   157 m
Barry Keogh 4 August 2001 2nd   157 m
Kevin O'Brien 22 August 2001 2nd   157 m
Henry Kearns 29 August 2001 7th   145 m
Colm Sherlock 5 May 2002 2nd   157 m
Geraldine Neary 25 May 2002 2nd   111 m
Brendan Barden 7 July 2002 12th   133 m
Edward Jameson 3 November 2002 2nd   144 m
Henry Kearns 17 March 2003 15th   144 m
Don Kelly 6 July 2003 2nd   157 m
Jim Duffy 7 July 2003 2nd   156 m
John Connolly 26 July 2003 7th   159 m
Arthur Cahill 6 August 2003 2nd   157 m
Paschal Scanlan 27 August 2003 15th   147 m
Charlie Gordon 24 September 2003 16th   371 m
Tom Devine 5 November 2003 12th   133 m
Declan McCourt 19 November 2003 2nd   144 m
Jimmy McDonnell 22 February 2004 12th   123 m
Liam Delaney 12 April 2004 2nd   157 m
Derek Joyce 5 July 2004 7th   97 m
Killian Walshe 9 December 2004 7th   145 m
Tony Harman 7 April 2005 15th   135 m
Michael Hanrahan 1 July 2005 15th   145 m
Pauline Gaughran 5 July 2005 7th   139 m
Alan Courell 3 September 2005 7th   159 m
Eddie Keenan 29 April 2006 2nd   144 m
Cyril Delaney 5 June 2006 12th   123 m
Paudge Noone 7 June 2006 2nd   144 m
Richard Brooker 26 June 2006 15th   145 m
Paul McCarthy 26 June 2006 2nd   157 m
Paul Maher 12 August 2006 2nd   157 m
P. J. Ryan 30 September 2006 2nd   157 m
Paddy Costello 8 October 2008 2nd   157 m
Don Kelly 2 November 2008 15th   134 m
Hal Craven 19 November 2008 12th   125 m
Des Hamill 22 February 2009 2nd   143 m
Ciaran Molloy 17 May 2009 5th   190 m
Patrick Durkan 31 May 2009 15th   143 m
Clem Cunningham 24 June 2009 12th   130 m
Fionnuala Mooney 1 July 2009 2nd   106 m
Barry Sherwin 1 July 2009 2nd   143 m
Peter O Mara 5 August 2009 12th   130 m
Breda Maher 15 August 2009 6th   107 m