County Sligo Rosses Point golf club Sligo

County Sligo Rosses Point golf course Sligo

County Sligo Rosses Point Golf Course

County Sligo Rosses Point Club Crest

You haven't lived until you have played Rosses Point. Set on the west coast of Sligo in the shadow of Ben Bulben and overlooking Donegal Bay this is truly a magnificent setting and a great challenge of golf.

Rosses is the venue of the West of Ireland Amateur Open Championship each Easter.

The legendry J. B. Carr, who won the West 12-times during his illustrious carrier, described the challenge of this powerful links thus "At the risk of being accused of clapping myself on the back, I would suggest its great strength is that it almost invariably produces good winners". How right he is, Michael McDermott, of Stackstown, won in 2001 and is following in his fellow clubman, Padraig Harrington's footsteps when he won it in 1994.

County Sligo also staged the Irish Close Championship in 2001, won by Gavin McNeill of Waterford in a remarkable final when he beat Stephen Browne on the 20th. Gavin has gone on to represent his country with distinction and was on the Walker Cup panel, before joining the professional ranks.

Rosses has a proud tradition of producing its own fine crop of golfers, (see achievements) it is little wonder, as when the wind blows around this course, you need plenty of golf balls in your bag.

Every hole is a feature hole around Rosses Point but the most picturesque has to be the 153 meters par-3 9th with Ben Bulben in the background. I would suggest the most treacherous hole is the 414 metres par-4 index 2 17th can destroy many a fine round of golf. If you are anywhere near Rosses Point don't miss the opportunity to play this magnificent links course.

Co. Sligo was voted the No. 12-ranked golf course in Ireland, by "Golf Digest Ireland" in 2014 (Down-1);

Co. Sligo was voted the No. 11-ranked golf course in Ireland, by "Golf Digest Ireland" in 2013 (Same);

Co. Sligo was voted the No. 11-ranked golf course in Ireland, by "Golf Digest Ireland" in 2012;

County Sligo was voted No. 9 Links/Shoreline Course in Ireland by "Backspin" Irelands leading Golf magazine in 2012, the panel comprised of a selection of 52 Professional and amateur golfers throughout Ireland;

Co. Sligo was voted the No. 11-ranked golf course in Ireland, by "Golf Digest Ireland" in 2010;

County Sligo was voted No. 9 Links/Shoreline Course in Ireland by "Backspin" Irelands leading Golf magazine in 2010, the panel comprised of a selection of 52 Professional and amateur golfers throughout Ireland;

Co. Sligo was voted the No. 16-ranked golf course in Ireland, by "Golf Digest Ireland" in 2009;

Co. Sligo was voted the  No. 9 Links/Shoreline Course in Ireland by "Backspin" Irelands leading Golf magazine in 2009, the panel comprised of a selection of 52 Professional and amateur golfers throughout Ireland;

Co. Sligo was voted the No. 16-ranked golf course in Ireland, by "Golf Digest Ireland" in 2008;

Co. Sligo was voted the  No. 9 Links/Shoreline Course in Ireland by "Backspin" Irelands leading Golf magazine in 2008, the panel comprised of a selection of 52 Professional and amateur golfers throughout Ireland;

Green Fees Midweek: €95
Green Fees Weekends & B.H.: €95
Green Fees with a Member: €25
Green Fees for Opens: €25/40
Practice Area: Range
Club Hire: Yes
Buggy Hire: Yes
Soft Spikes: Preferred
Course Type Links
No Holes 27
Members 868
Designer J. Tucker H. Colt & Allison
Founded 1894
Address

Rosses Point,
Co. Sligo

Telephone 071-9177186
Email teresa@countysligogolfclub.ie
Website County Sligo Rosses Point golf club website
Director of Golf: David O'Donovan
Captain: Anton Murphy
Lady Captain: Deirdre Connolly
Presidents': Padraig McMunn & Kay Leydon
Vice-Captains': Aidan Doyle & Carmel Hatt
Hon. Secretary: Jeff Hunt, Jim Flood & Patsy McElhone
Club Pro: Jim Robinson 071-9177171
Hon. Treasurer: Conor McCarthy, John McHugh & Catherine Roche
Comp. Secretary: David Dent & Edel McDermott
County Sligo Rosses Point Golf Course Layout Course Layout

Location Map

GPS Coord*
Lat:54.314785
Long:-8.562667
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General Facts & Information

Course opening hours: Daylight hours Clubhouse opening hours: 8.00am to 11.30pm
Mobile phones: Not on course or in clubhouse Dress Code: Neat and casual, no denim
Catering: Full catering, facilities Days to Avoid: None (phone in advance)
Green Fees and Societies Welcome: Midweek & Weekends  Pre-booking for open Tournaments:14 Days in advance

County Sligo Rosses Point Golf Club Fixtures 2014 provisional*

Confirmed        

Event*

Start Finish Type Duration
Captains Drive-In Saturday 5 January   Closed 1
President's Prize to the Ladies Tuesday 10 June   Closed 1
Lady President's Prize Saturday 14 June   Closed 1
Captain's Prize to the Ladies Tuesday 24 June   Closed 1
Captain's Prize Saturday 5 July   Closed 1
Captain's Prize to the Juniors Wednesday 9 July   Closed 1
Lady Captain's Prize Saturday 19 July   Closed 1
President's Prize Saturday 9 August   Closed 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford Wednesday 22 January
  Open 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford Wednesday 19 February   Open 1
Singles Stableford Monday 7 March   Open 1
Singles Stableford Friday 8 March   Open 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford Monday 17 March   Open 1
West of Ireland Open Championship Friday 18 April
Tuesday 22 April GUI 5
West of Ireland Open Championship Saturday 19 April
  GUI 1
West of Ireland Open Championship Sunday 20 April
  GUI 1
West of Ireland Open Championship Monday 21 April   GUI 1
West of Ireland Open Championship Tuesday 22 April   GUI 1
West of Ireland Fourball
Thursday 24 April Friday 25 April
Open 2
West of Ireland Fourball Friday 25 April   Open 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford Sunday 4 May Monday 5 May
Open 2
L. & G. Singles Stableford Monday 5 May   Open 1
Junior Scratch Cup (18-holes) Sunday 25 May   Open 1
Inter. Scratch Cup  (18-holes) Sunday 25 May   Open 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford Sunday 8 June
Monday 9 June
 Open 2
L. & G. Singles Stableford Monday 9 June     1
Connacht Seniors Open Championship Tuesday 10 June Wednesday 11 June GUI 2
Connacht Seniors Open Championship Wednesday 11 June   GUI 1
Ladies Stableford Stableford Tuesday 9 July   Open 1
Start of Open Week Friday 1 August Sunday 10 August Open 11
Open Week Friday 1 August   Open 1
Open Week Saturday 2 August   Open 1
Open Week Sunday 3 August   Open 1
Open Week Monday 4 August   Open 1
4-Person Team Event Tuesday 5 August   Open 1
L. & G.Seniors Tuesday 5 August   Open  1
L. & G. V-Par Wednesday 6 August   Open 1
L. & G. Foursomes
Thursday 7 August   Open 1
Ladies Singles Stableford Friday 8 August   Open 1
Open Week Saturday 9 August   Open 1
Open Week Sunday 10 August   Open 1
West Coast Challenge Monday 1 September Wednesday 3 September Open 3
West Coast Challenge Tuesday 2 September   Open 1
West Coast Challenge Wednesday 3 September   Open 1

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Card of the Course

KeyData
White Par 71 SSS 70 5,893 m
Red Par 76 SSS 74 5,325 m
Green Par 71 SSS 69 5,715 m
Blue Par 71 SSS 72 6,234 m

Card

Name Hole No. Blue White Green Par Index Red Par Index
Greenlands 1 360 339 339 4 8 347 5 18
Barr na Séeide 2 296 273 268 4 14 257 4 4
Metal Man 3 483 466 448 5 16 404 5 10
Gan Gainaemh 4 165 150 150 3 10 123 3 16
The Jump 5 438 424 414 5 18 405 5 8
Bomore 6 405 362 335 4 6 317 4 6
Ewing's Profile 7 393 385 385 4 1 376 5 2
The Churn 8 412 394 374 4 4 346 5 14
Cast a Cold Eye 9 153 140 140 3 12 97 3 12
  Out 3,105 2,933 2,853 36   2,672 39  
Benbulben 10 351 348 340 4 15 325 4 7
Lissadell 11 397 368 360 4 3 314 4 1
Light House 12 486 479 470 5 13 432 5 11
Wrynne Point 13 162 150 140 3 17 133 3 15
Mahon's Burn 14 394 358 358 4 5 343 5 9
Through the Gap 15 367 358 352 4 7 341 4 3
Knocknarea 16 196 175 148 3 11 134 3 17
The Gallery 17 422 385 376 4 2 341 5 13
Christy's Fam 18 354 339 318 4 9 290 4 5
  In 3,129 2,960 2,862 35   2,653 37  
  Total 6,234 5,893 5,715 71   5,325 76  
  SSS 72 70 69     74    

Notable rounds

Men's Course Record: 64 Stephen Grant 07/04/2007 (Birr Golf Club)

Ladies Course Record:

Members Achievements

Co. Sligo Golf Club won the Connacht Final of the Irish Senior Cup when they beat Ballinasloe Golf Club by 3½ matches to 1½ matches at Roscommon Golf Club on Sunday 1st July 2013.
They were lead by Gary McDermott who lost out to Shane Kelly on the 19th-hole he was followed by Sean Flanagan who beat James Barton by 5 and 3 next up was Mark Morrissey who beat Aaron Leonard by a similar margin the penultimate match Steffan O’Hara against Enda Barton went 4 and 3 to the Rosses Point player and a place in the All-Ireland Deciders in the bottom match of Shane Underwood was halved against Jamie Corbett when called in.
They made the long journey to Royal Tara Golf Club to participate in the National Deciders. They were drawn against Munster Champions Cork Golf Club in the All-Ireland Semi-Final. Declan Reidy lead them out against Ian O’Flynn and recorded 1-hole win over the Cork man he was followed by Gary McDermott had a very comfortable 6 and 4 win over M. Ford next up was Sean Flanagan who lost his match by 4 and 3 against Gary O’Flaherty the penultimate match Mark Morrissey against Eoghan Murphy went 5 and 4 to the Munster Champions so it was down to the bottom match of Steffen O’Hara against John Hickey to decide who would progress to the All-Ireland Final on Saturday 21st September Steffan clinched his match on the 18th to win by 1-hole.
They met Ulster Champions Rosapenna Golf Club in the decider they were lead this time by Mark Morrissey who had a 3 and 1 win over Donal Boyle to put the first points on the board he was followed by Gary McDermott who went to the 18th before clinching the point against Michael McDermott next up was Sean Flanagan who lost out to Enda Kennedy by 4 and 3 then the club owner Frank Casey Jnr. levelled things against Declan Reidy with a 3 and 2 win so once again it was down to the bottom match to decide where the green pennant was going and with Steffan O’Hara in the pressure seat against Patrick Kennedy it wasn’t until the 16th before he went 1-up and when he sank a five footer on the 17th the destination of the All-Ireland 2013 was decided.

Co. Sligo Golf Club won the Connaught Final of the Barton Shield when they beat Tuam Golf Club by 11-holes at Galway Bay Golf Club on Sunday 16th June 2013.
They were lead by Sean Flanagan with Stephen Brady who beat Michael Burke with Alan Moran by 3-holes the second pair of Gary McDermott with Steffan O’Hara had an 8-hole win over Morgan Lynch with Peter Ryan.
They made the long journey to Royal Tara Golf Club to compete in the National Deciders where they met Leinster Champions Rosslare Golf Club in the All-Ireland Semi-Final. This time they were led by Stephen Flanagan with Declan Reidy who had a 3-hole win over Gary Collins with Ian Lynch the second pair of Gary McDermott with Steffan O’Hara halved their match against Mark Mullen with Tony O’Leary.
They met Ulster Champions Clandeboye in the All-Ireland Final Stephen Flanagan with Declan Reidy lead Rosses Point out again against and had a 5-hole win over Greame Laird with Lee Crawford, but it was not enough as the second match of Gary McDermott with Steffan O’Hara saw a remarkable turn around by the Clandeboye pair of Colm Murphy with Greame Laird who came from 2-down in the early stages of their match to clinch a 7-hole win.

Co. Sligo Golf Club won the Connaught Final of the Irish Senior Cup when they beat Galway Golf Club at Castle Dargan Golf Club on Sunday 1st July 2012 by 3½-matches to 1½-matches.

They were lead by Declan Reidy who halved his match with Eddie McCormack when called in on the 20th, he was followed by Shane Underwood who lost to Damien Coyne by 3 and 1, next up was Gary McDermott who beat Joe Lyons by 3 and 2. In the penultimate match Sean Flanagan beat Damien Glynn by the minimum 1-hole, the bottom match of Gerard Finnegan booked their place in the All-Ireland deciders when he beat Ronan Mullarney by 3 and 2.

They made the long journey to Kinsale Golf Club to compete in the All-Ireland deciders on Friday 21st September when they were drawn against Leinster Champions Castle Golf Club in the All-Ireland Semi-Finals.

They were lead by Michael Durcan who beat James Hanby by the minimum 1-hole, he was followed by Gerard Finnegan who lost out to Conor Deegan by 2 and 1, next up was Gary McDermott who went down by 2 and 1 to Alex Gleeson. In the penultimate match Sean Flanagan went down by the minimum 1-hole to Jack Walsh, the bottom match of Steffan O’Hara against Daniel Holland was halved when called in. Castle went on to beat Warrenpoint by 3-matches to 2-matches in the All-Ireland the following morning.

Co. Sligo Golf Club won the Connaught Final of the Irish Senior Cup when they beat Galway Golf Club by 3-matches to 2-matches at Belmullet Golf Club on Sunday 7th August 2011.

They made their way to Castlerock Golf Club to compete in the All-Ireland Deciders. They were drawn against Ulster Champions Warrenpoint in the All-Ireland Semi-Finals the following September. First on the tee was Michael Duncan who beat Paul Reavey by 6 and 5, he was followed by Steffan O’Hara who lost out to David Barron. Next up was Gary McDermott who had a bad day when losing out to Colm Campbell Jnr. by 7 and 6. The penultimate match of Barry Anderson was halved against Stephen Coulter, in the bottom match David Dunne lost out to Ryan Gribben by 6 and 5.

Co. Sligo Golf Club won the Connacht Final of the Fred Daly Trophy when they beat Curra West Golf Club by 11-matches to 3-matches at Killeen Golf Club on Sunday 10th July 2011.

They made the journey to Ardee Golf Club to compete in the National Deciders on Tuesday 16th August when they were drawn against Munster Champions Mallow

Golf Club in the All-Ireland Semi-Final. First on the tee was Sean Flanagan who beat Kevin Dowling by 2and 1, he was followed by Declan Reidy who beat Paul McCarthy by 2 and 1, next up was Alan Gaynor who had a 3 and 2 win over Kevin O'Keeffe, David Brady had a convincing 6 and 5 win over Eoin Goggin, Thomas Finnegan halved his match with James Sugrue, in the penultimate match Conor Harte halved with Liam Attridge, in the bottom match T. J. Ford lost out to Conor Hannan by 4 and 3.

They met Leinster Champions Carton House Golf Club in the All-Ireland Final that afternoon, they had beaten Ulster Champions Balmoral Golf Club by 5-matches to 2-matches in their Semi-Final. They were lead again by Sean Flanagan who lost his match to Conor Glynn by 1-hole, he was followed by Declan Reidy who lost to Keith Egan by 5 and 4, next up was Alan Gaynor who lost out by 1-hole to Harry Coyne, David Brady lost out to Sean O'Connor by 2 and 1; Thomas Finnegan halved his match against Marc Boucher, the penultimate match of Conor Harte was halved with Sean Walsh, the bottom match of T. J. Ford was also recorded as a half against Conor Gorovan.

Co. Sligo Golf Club won the All-Ireland Junior Foursomes at Galway Golf Club on Monday 22nd August 2011. They won the Connacht Final at Galway on Thursday 23rd of June when they beat Enniscrone Golf Club by 5-holes.

They returned to Galway Golf Club to compete in the All-Ireland Deciders where they were drawn against Munster Champions Cobh Golf Club in the All-Ireland Semi-Final whom they beat by 4-holes. They were lead by Alan Gaynor with Thomas Finnegan who beat Gavin Lynch with Jamie Moynihan by 3-holes, they were followed by Declan Reidy with Sean Flanagan who had a 1-hole win over Dave Meaney with Graham O'Connor.

They met Ulster Champions Moyola Park Golf Club in the All-Ireland Final who had beaten Leinster Champions Greystones Golf Club by 1-hole in their Semi-Final that morning. They were lead again by Alan Gaynor with Thomas Finnegan who again had a 3-hole win over Adam Moore with Dean Crawford next up was Declan Reidy with Sean Flanagan who beat Paddy McGuigan with John Quigg by 2-holes.

The Ladies of Co. Sligo Golf Club won the Connacht Final of the Senior Foursomes in the ILGU Inter-club Championship when they beat Galway Golf Club by 2½ matches to a ½ match at Donegal Golf Club on Saturday 21st August 2010.
They made their way to Donabate Golf Club to compete in the National deciders, where they met Ulster Champions Belvoir Park Golf Club in the All-Ireland Semi-Final on Saturday 25th September, first on the tee was Holly Robinson (5) with Marie Rooney (13) who lost their match on the 20th-hole against Violet McBride (3) with Gail Linter (8), they were followed by Shona Brady (10) with Helen Clarke (13) who had a 1-hole loss against Jenny Russell (5) with Jenny Gibson (7), the bottom match of Amy Gaynor (10) with Mary Conefrey (15) was also a 1-hole loss against Julie Morrison (6) with Pauline Bailie (9). 

The Ladies of Co. Sligo Golf Club won the Connacht Final of the Senior Foursomes in the ILGU Inter-club Championship when they beat Galway Golf Club by 2½ matches to a ½ match at Donegal Golf Club on Saturday 21st August 2010.
They made their way to Donabate Golf Club to compete in the National deciders, where they met Ulster Champions Belvoir Park Golf Club in the All-Ireland Semi-Final on Saturday 25th September, first on the tee was Holly Robinson (5) with Marie Rooney (13) who lost their match on the 20th-hole against Violet McBride (3) with Gail Linter (8), they were followed by Shona Brady (10) with Helen Clarke (13) who had a 1-hole loss against Jenny Russell (5) with Jenny Gibson (7), the bottom match of Amy Gaynor (10) with Mary Conefrey (15) was also a 1-hole loss against Julie Morrison (6) with Pauline Bailie (9).  

Co. Sligo Golf Club won the Connacht Final of the Irish Senior Cup at Castlebar Golf Club on Sunday 8th August 2010 when the beat Ballinasloe Golf Club by 4½ match to ½ match having beaten Claremorris Golf Club by 3½ matches to 1½ matches in the morning semi-Final.

First on the tee was Garry McDermott who beat Joseph O’Brien by 6 and 4, he was followed by Stephen Brady who beat Shane Kelly by 3 and 1. Next up was Rory McNamara against Dara Kelly who had a comfortable 4 and 3 win for the Rosses Point team. The penultimate match of Serryth Heavey also recorded a convincing 6 and 5 win over Eoin Barton. The bottom match of David Dunne against Shane K. Kelly was called-in.

They made their way back to Castlebar to participate in the National deciders on Friday 17thSeptember where they were drawn against Muster Champions Bandon Golf Club in the All-Ireland Semi-Finals and lost out by 3 matches to 2 matches to the men from West Cork. Barry Anderson lead the team and had a convincing 5 and 3 win over Brian O’Donovan, he was followed by Gary McDermott who had an even more convincing 5 and 4 win over Ger Tobin, next up was Rory McNamara who lost out to Kieran Hurley by 2 and 1. The penultimate match of Stephen Brady went south by the narrowest of margins when Dwayne Twomey won by 1-hole, and the bottom match of Serryth Heavey against Donal O’Donovan saw the Bandon man record a very convincing 7 and 6 win and their passage into the All-Ireland Semi-Final against Lurgan Golf Club the following morning. 

 Co. Sligo Golf Club won the Connacht Final of the Pierce Purcell Shield at Castlebar Golf Club on Saturday 7th August 2010 when the beat Curra West Golf Club by 3 matches to 2 matches having beaten Galway Bay Golf Club on Saturday 10th July in the semi-final.

First on the tee was Gerry McManus with Tom Gavin who lost by 1-hole to John T. Dervan with Eugene Kennedy, they were followed by Dave Edwards with Jim Treacy who lost by 4 and 3 to Kevin Cooney with John Kennedy. Next up was Noel McTiernan with Mick Barrettwho beat Justin O’Byrne with Ray Dervan by 3 and 2. The penultimate match of Pat Forkan with Michael McNamara went all the way to the 19th green before putting the second point on the board for Rosses Point against Mike Fannon  with James McDonagh. The bottom match between Aidan Doyle with Joe Finnegan against Frank Donohue with Jimmy Cunningham was also a cliff-hanger finishing on the 19th and a passage to the to the National Finals.

They made their way back to Castlebar to compete in the All-Ireland Finals and were drawn against Leinster Champions Curragh Golf Club in the Semi-Final Thursday 16th September, where they lost out to the Kildare club by 3½ matches to 1½ matches. First on the tee was Gerry McManus with J. Keyes who won their match against James Murphy with Paul Hogan by 2 and 1, they were followed by S. Flaherty with Jim Tracey who lost their match by 5 and 4 against Eddie Trant with Pat Sullivan, they were followed by Noel McTiernan with Mick Barrett against Brian and Brendan Daly, this match also went to the Kildare Club by 5 and 4. The penultimate match of Pat Forkan with Michael McNamara was lost against Derek Farrell with Derek Kelly by 5 and 4 and with it any hope of reaching the decider. The bottom match of Aiden Doyle with Joe Finnegan was halved against Paul Hensey with Tom Tobin. The Curragh went on to beat Munster Champions Nenagh Golf Club by 3½ matches to 1½ matches in the All-Ireland Final the following morning.

The Girls’ of Co. Sligo won the Connacht Final of the Girls’ Inter-club Championship and were drawn against Ulster Champions Royal County Down in the All-Ireland Semi-Final at Mallow Golf Club on Tuesday 25th August 2009.

They were led by Holly Robinson who lost out to Sarah Boden by 3 and 2. She was followed by Amy Gaynor who beat Olivia Mehaffey by 3 and 2. The bottom match of Shauna Brady against Kate Goodman went 3 and 2 to the girls’ from the Mourne County and with it any hope of yet another green-pennant for this famous club that puts so-much effort into their young golfers. They were captained by Maggie Robinson.

Co. Sligo Golf Club won the Connacht Final of the Irish Senior Cup, at Westport Golf Club in August 2008.and made the long journey to Monkstown Golf Club outside of Cork City where the met Ulster Champions Warrenpoint Golf Club in the All-Ireland Semi-Final on Friday 19th September 2008.

First on the tee was Gary McDermott who lost his match to Paul Reavey by 3 and 1. He was followed by Michael Durcan who had a 2 and 1 win over Ryan Gribben. Barry Anderson had an uneven able draw against Walker Cup player Paddy Gribben and lost out by 2 and 1. The penultimate match of Seryth Heavey against another of Warrenpoint’s and Irish star Jim Carvill was halved. The bottom match of David Dunne against Colm Campbell went 3 and 2 to the Co. Down club, putting them into the All-Ireland Final against Munster Champions Castletroy Golf Club the following morning when they became the Irish Senior Cup Champions for 2008.

Co. Sligo Golf Club won the All-Ireland Final of the Irish Senior Cup in 2007, and where drawn against Munster Champions Castletroy Golf Club, in the All-Ireland Semi Final at Shandon Park.

The team on the day was, Martin McTernan, Seryth Heavey, Keith O'Neill, Gary McDermott, and David Dunne.

First on the tee was Martin McTernan against Stephen Moloney who won his match 3 and 2, he was followed by Keath O'Neill who halved his match with Cian Daly. Next up was Seryth Heavey against Eamonn Haugh who had a comfortable 4 and 3 win over the Limerick man Gary McDermott did even better against Jason Tobin when he recorded a 5 and 4 win to clinch the Semi-Final. David Dunne played as anchor, recorded a halve against John Kavanagh. With 4-matches to 1-match victory under their belt Co. Sligo met Ulster Champions Banbridge Golf Club in the All-Ireland Final on Saturday 15th September.

Martin McTernan led against Rory Leonard and had a 2 and 1 win over this seasoned player. Seryth Heavey met Richard Kilpatrick who won the East of Ireland Open Championship in 2007, and lost out by 3 and 1, next on the tee was Keith O'Neill who halved his match against Connor Doran. Gary McDermott had a convincing 6 and 4 win over Alistair McCully. David Dunne played in the bottom match against another seasoned golfer in Jim Carvill and this match went to the wire with David recording a 1-hole victory.

Co. Sligo recorded a 3 ½ matches to 1 ½ to clinch yet another All-Ireland title in this the "Blue Ribbon" of Golf.

Co. Sligo won the All-Ireland Fred Daly Trophy in 2007, when the team was Michael Duran, R. McNamara, T. McGowan, S. Brady, S. O'Hara, T. McDaid, S. Finnegan, R. O'Connor, T. Finnegan and they were captained by M. McManus.

Co. Sligo Golf Club were runners-up in the Connacht Final of the Fred Daly when they beaten by Athenry Golf Club at the Co. Galway club by 8 matches to 6 matches on 22nd April 2006.

The first round was played at Co. Sligo when Pat Neville was beaten by Tom McDaid on the 22nd-hole, next up was Ronan Everiss who lost to Stephen Brady by 3 and 2. He was followed by Andrew Trill who lost to Michael Durcan by 5 and 4. Next up was Sean Coyne who lost to Gerard Finnegan by a single hole. He was followed by Aengus Farrell who beat Daniel Dolan by 2-holes. The penultimate match saw Cillian Broder lose to Steffan O’Hara by 3 and 1. The final match was a very convincing lose for Barry O’Brien to Oliver Howes with a 7 and 6 result.

The second leg was played at Athenry Golf Club with the home team 3-matches down after their trip to the Point, but local knowledge was to play a major part in determining the outcome. First up was Patrick Neville who beat Tony McDaid by 1-hole. He was followed by Ronan Everiss who beat Stephen Brady by 3 and 1. The 3rd match of Andrew Trill against Michael Durcan went all-the-way up the 20th before the Galway club notched up another win. They were followed by Sean Coyne who beat Gerard Finnegan by 2-holes. Angus Farrell lost to Daniel Dolan by 3 and 2. Then Cillian Broder beat Steffan O’Hara by 2 and 1.The final match say Barry O’Brien beat Oliver Howes by 4 and 3.

Co. Sligo Golf Club won the Connaught Final of the Barton Shield in 2006, when they had epic tussle with Galway Golf Club on the 12th August at the Enniscrone Golf Club, the match was decided by 1-hole

It was back to Enniscrone Golf Club for the National Finals, where they where drawn against Ulster Champions North West Golf Club in the All-Ireland Semi-Final on Wednesday 13th September.

First on the tee was David Dunne with Serryth Heavey against Garrett Mallon with David McGeough this match finished all-square. They were followed by Ken Kearney with Keith O’Neill against Pauric Og O’Flaherty with Cathal McElhinney, Kearney and O’Neill won by 3-holes to put Co. Sligo into the All-Ireland Final against Limerick who hat a 3-hole win over Mullingar.

Co. Sligo kept the same formation the following day for the All-Ireland Final, when they put David Dunne with Serryth Heavey out against Michael O’Kelly with Dermot Morris, Co. Sligo went 3-holes up in the first match, better was to follow when Ken Kearney with Keith O’Neill had a 4-hole win over Pat Murray and Mick Kemmy, to give Co. Sligo their 4th All-Ireland Barton Shield having won done the-three-in-a-row from 1995 to 1997.

2005 Lady Captain Martina Sherlock and her Captain's Prize winner Kathleen Keane qualified in the Volkswagen/Irish Independent Lady Captain's Classic in this scotch foursomes format. It was off to the National Finals at The Heritage Golf Club on Monday 3rd October where they were paired with the Headfort pair of Mary McQuillan and Brigid Smith.

Martin McTernan and G. McDermott were selected on the Connacht team for the Interprovincial Matches played at Portmarnock Golf Club from 11th to 13th August 2004.

Sean McTernan won the Irish Amateur Open Championship at Carton House on 9th May 2004 and finished 3rd in the Willie Gill Order of Merit Award. Sean was selected to play in the Home Internationals at Prestwick Golf Club from 8th to 10th September 2004.

Co. Sligo won the Connaught Championship of the Irish Club Youths and played in the National Finals at Royal Tara Golf Club on August 26th 2002. The team was Sean and Martin McTernan, Garth McManus, Kevin Dufficy and John Gleeson.

Co. Sligo were runners-up in the Connaught Final of the Irish Senior Cup at Galway Golf Club in 2002, when the team was Shane Underwood, Shane Flanagan, Tom Ford, David O'Donoghue, Ray McDaid, Sean McTernan, Serryth Heavey and Aidan Anderson. They were managed by Stephen O'Donovan.

 Sean McTernan, was selected for the Home Internationals at Royal St. David's Golf Club in Harlech, Wales, from September 11th-13th 2002. He played in the Mexican Amateur stroke play Championship at Club Campester de la Ciudad, Mexico City on February 14th to the 17th 2002.

Garth McManus was selected on the Connaught Boys' team for the Interprovincial Championships at Headfort Golf Club from August 28-30 2002.

Lady Captain Joan Harte and her Captains Prize winner Maura Rafferty qualified for the Volkswagen-Irish Independent Lady Captains' Classic National Finals at Druid's Glen on the 1st October 2001.

Mary Conefrey came 3rd in a count back at the Irish Times Mitsubishi Motors Women's Masters semi-final, when she returned 36 points at Glasson Golf Hotel & Country Club on the 23rd of August 2001. Mary went on to the National Finals at Galway Bay Golf & Country Club on 13th of September.

Young Sean McTernan now studying at the University of Toledo was part of the team that set a team record score of 11-under for the 54-hole Tournament at the University Ridge Course. He was joined by fellow Irish players Davey Jones and Alan Murray. Sean was selected on the six-man Irish team for the European stroke-play championship in Denmark, from 22nd to 25th August 2001.

Martin McTernan was selected on the Irish Boys team for the Home Internationals at Moortown, Leeds in August 2001.

Prior to 2001:

Co. Sligo have a long and proud record at National Championships at all levels. They won the All-Ireland Irish Senior Cup at Tramore G. C. in 1996, when the team was G. Sproule, Ken Kearney, Kevin Flanagan, David Dunne, Tom Ford, J. Gleeson, S. Heavey and G. Patterson. They were captained by G. McManus.

They won the All-Ireland Irish Senior Cup at Dundalk G. C. in 1997 when the team was G. Sproule, Sean McTernan, F. Doherty, A. Anderson, G. Patterson, K. Flanagan, T. Ford, D. O'Donevan, P. Morgan, Ken Kearney and S. Heavey. They were captained again by J. McManus.

They won the All-Ireland Barton Shield at Dundalk G. C. in 1997, when the team was Ken Kearney, S. Heavey, D. Dunne, G. Sproule and K. Flanagan. They were captained by P. O'Gara.

They won the All-Ireland Barton Shield at Tramore G. C. in 1796, when the team was Ken Kearney, G. Sproule, G. Patterson, D. Dunne T. Ford, K. Flanagan and S. Heavey,

They won the All-Ireland Barton Shield at Portstewart G. C. in 1995, when the team was G. Sproule, Ken Kearney, S. Flanagan, P, Sweeney, S. Heavey, A. McMahon, F. Doherty, T. Ford and D. Dunne. They were captained yet again by P. O'Gara..

They won the All-Ireland Irish Junior Cup on their home course in 1971, when the team was Soren Peterson, Michael Cullen, Leo Parkinson, Declan Rowley, Ken Cunningham, Steve O'Donovan and Niall McManus. They were captained by Eric Ross.

They won the All-Ireland Irish Junior Cup at home in 1939, when the team was W. J. Fitzgerald, W. O'Connor, T. L. Mahon and Liam Howley. They were captained by T. J. Jameson.

They clinched the All-Ireland Irish Mixed Foursomes at Galway G. C. in 1984 and at Kilkenny G. C. in 1987, when the team was K. Darling, S O'Reilly, G. McManus, S. Crowley, T. Ford, G. Demmel, T. Crowley, I. O'Donovan, S, Rooney, S. Rooney P. Neiland and F. Howley. They were captained by A. Murphy.

Co. Sligo youths'  won the  All-Ireland Irish Youths Team Championship at Kilkenny G. C in 1990, when the team was, Francis Howley, Gerard Sproule, Noel Quirke, Gary Reynolds and they were captained by Colm Gannon.

 Co. Sligo youths'  won the  All-Ireland Irish Youths Team Championship at Birr G. C. in 1988, when the team was, Francis Howley, S. Quirke, Gerard Spoule and they were captained by Colm Gannon. 

The girls' won the All-Ireland Junior Foursomes in 1998 and the All-Ireland Smurfitt Juvenile Girls' in 1991, and 1992, when the team was A. Howley, C. Mulligan, B. Neiland, E. Reynolds and they were captained by D. Neiland.

Co. Sligo won the Connaught Final of the Irish Senior Cup when they beat Claremorris. They played Elm Park in the All-Ireland semi-finals at Lahinch on 22nd September, 2000. The squad was Aidan Anderson, Tom Ford, David O'Donovan, Sean McTernan, Ken Kearney, Kevin Flanagan, George Paterson and Seryth Heavey. They went down to Elm Park in the Semi-Final. The team was Ken Kearney, S. Heavey, Sean McTernan, G. Patterson and Martin McTernan.

Martin McTernan won the Under-16 Trophy in the Irish Boys Amateur Close Championship, at Strandhill, on 25th August, 2000, with a score of 281. He was selected on the Boys' Home International Team at Portmarnock G. C. on 9th to 11th September, 2000. He was the Irish Boys Amateur Close Championship at Kilkenny G. C. on 20th August, 1999, shooting a final round of 68 with birdies on the 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th, to spread the field. Martin is the second boy in the history of the Irish Boys to win the under16, under 17 and under 18 boys, the other being Lee Dalton of Waterford G. C., who did it at Mullingar G. C. in 1994. Brother Sean caddied for Martin, which must have been a great help.

Sean McTernan captained the Irish team in the World Junior Championship in Hyogo, Japan, in June, 1999. He represented Ireland in the European Amateur Team Championship at Uppsala, Sweden, in July, 1999, and the Boys' Home Internationals at Conway G. C., Wales, in August, 1999. He won the Munster Youths' Amateur Open Championship at Tramore G. C., on the 18th April, 1999, with scores 73, 71, 69 and 71 a total of 284

Co. Sligo were second to Grange in the Fred Daly Championship at Castlecomer G. C., on 17th August, 1999.

The team was Sean McTernan, Martin McTernan, Brian Cribben, Garry McDermott and Ronan Flood. 

Cecil Ewing played Walker Cup from 1936 to 1955 he participated in the Home Internationals from 1934 to 1958, playing 92 matches. D. Dunne played in 1997, and Ken Kearney from 1988 to 1998, playing 48 matches to date. (He has represented Connaught from 1985 to 1998, having played 48 matches). Terence Duffy participated in the Boys Home Internationals in 1994, (and represented Connaught in 1994, playing Connaught Youths in 1994 and Connaught Boys in 1993), as did D. Dunne in 1992 and 1993, (representing Connaught from 1995 to 1998, playing 23 matches, playing Connaught Youths from 1992 to 1996 with 24 matches), and Francis Howley in 1993, (he played Connaught Youths from 1988 to 1990, playing 17 matches), together with G. Sproule in 1989 to 1991, and played Connaught Youths from 1988 to 1994 playing 37 matches.

Members who played representative golf for Country or Province;

Barry Anderson represented Ireland as a Senior International in 2010 playing 3-times, won 1-match and lost 2-matches accumulating 2-points. He represented Ireland at international Boys level in 2008 playing 6-matches, won 3-matches and lost 3-matches accumulating 6-points. He represented Connacht at Senior Interprovincial level in 2010 playing 6-times won 2-matches and lost 2-matches accumulating 4-points. He represented Connacht as a Youth Interprovincial in 2009  playing 6-times won 3-matches and lost 3-matches accumulating 6-points. He represented Connacht as a Boys Interprovincial in 2008  playing 6-times won 3-matches halved three and lost 0-matches accumulating 9-points;

W. Campbell* represented Ireland as a Senior International in 1906;

David Dunne represented Ireland as a Senior International in 1997 playing 6-times, won 3-matchs and lost 3-matches accumulating 6-points. He represented Ireland at international Youths level in 1995 playing 2-matches, won 1-match and lost 1-match accumulating 2-points. He represented Ireland at Irish Boys level from 1992 to 1993 playing 8-times won 4-matches and lost 4-matches accumulating 8-points;

Cecil Ewing represented Ireland as a Senior International from 1934 to1958 playing 92-times won 44-matches halved nine and lost 39-matches accumulating 97-points. He represented Connacht at Senior Interprovincial level from 1938 to 1963 playing 14-times won 3-matches halved two and lost 9-matches accumulating 8-points (not complete 1938 to 1939 no results);

Ken Kearney represented Ireland as a Senior International from 1988 to 2002 playing 53-times won 19-matches halved six and lost 28-matches accumulating 44-points. He represented Connacht at Senior Interprovincial level from 1985 to 2005 playing 72-times won 31-matches halved four and lost 37-matches accumulating 66-points;

J. R. Mahon represented Ireland as a Senior International from 1938 to1955 playing 16-times won 4-matches halved four and lost 8-matches accumulating 12-points;

Francis Howley represented Ireland at international Youths level in 1990 playing 2-matches, won 1-match and lost 1-match accumulating 2-points. He represented Connacht at Senior Interprovincial level from 1990 to 1993 playing 24-times won 12-matches and lost 12-matches accumulating 24-points. He represented Connacht as a Youth Interprovincial from 1988 to 1990  playing 17-times won 8-matches and lost 9-matches accumulating 16-points;

Michael McTernan represented Ireland at international Youths level from2001 to 2002 playing 7-matches, won 3-matches halved one and lost 3-match accumulating 7-points. He represented Ireland at Irish Boys level from 2000 to 2002 playing 20-times won 12-matches halved one and lost 7-matches accumulating 25-points. He represented Connacht at Senior Interprovincial level from 2002 to 2005 playing 23-times won 11-matches halved two and lost 10-matches accumulating 24-points. He represented Connacht as a Youth Interprovincial from 1999 to 2005  playing 13-times won 4-matches halved one and lost 8-matches accumulating 9-points. He represented Connacht at the Boys Interprovincial from 1999 to 2001  playing 18-times won 10-matches halved two and lost 6-matches accumulating 22-points;

Sean McTernan represented Ireland as a Senior International from 2002 to 2005 playing 21-times won 10-matches halved three and lost 8-matches accumulating 23-points. He represented Connacht at Senior Interprovincial level from 1997 to 2003 playing 28-times won 13-matches halved six and lost 9-matches accumulating 32-points. He represented Connacht as a Youth Interprovincial from 1997 to 2000  playing 24-times won 10-matches halved five and lost 9-matches accumulating 25-points. He represented Connacht at the Boys Interprovincial from 1995 to 1998  playing 18-times won 7-matches halved four and lost 7-matches accumulating 18-points;

T. Duffy represented Ireland at Irish Boys level in 1994 playing 4-times halved 1-match and lost 3-matches accumulating 1-point;

Michael Durcan represented Ireland at Irish Boys level from 2008 to 2009 playing 13-times won 5-matches halved two and lost 6-matches accumulating 12-points. He represented Connacht at the Boys Interprovincial from 2006 to 2009  playing 23-times won 10-matches halved one and lost 12-matches accumulating 21-points;

N. Howley represented Ireland at Irish Boys level in 1994 playing 6-times won 1-match halved one and lost 4-matches accumulating 3-points;

G. Sproule represented Ireland at Irish Boys level from 1987 to 1991 playing 26-times won 9-matches halved one and lost 16-matches accumulating 19-points;

A. J. Bradley represented Connacht at Senior Interprovincial level from in 1978 playing 7-times won 1-match halved one and lost 5-matches accumulating 3-points;

Stephen Brady represented Connacht at Senior Interprovincial level from 2008 to 2009 playing 7-times won 1-matches halved one and lost 5-matches accumulating 3-points. He represented Connacht at the Boys Interprovincial from 2006 to 2008  playing 9-times won 3-matches halved one and lost 5-matches accumulating 7-points;

S. Brennan represented Connacht at Senior Interprovincial level from in 1960 playing 4-times won 0-matches and lost 4-matches accumulating 0-points;

F. Doherty represented Connacht at Senior Interprovincial level from 1965 to 1967 playing 12-times won 2-matches halved two and lost 8-matches accumulating 6-points;

Terence Duffy represented Connacht at Senior Interprovincial level from in 1994 playing 4-times won 0-matches halved one and lost 3-matches accumulating 1-point. He represented Connacht as a Youth Interprovincial in 1994  playing 5-times won 1-match and lost 4-matches accumulating 2-points. He represented Connacht at the Boys Interprovincial in 1993  playing 6-times won 3-matches halved one and lost 2-matches accumulating 7-points;

Tom Ford represented Connacht at Senior Interprovincial level from 1988 to 1998 playing 19-times won 3-matches halved one and lost 15-matches accumulating 7-points;

D. Gillen represented Connacht at Senior Interprovincial level from 1960 to 1967 playing 25-times won 5-matches halved three and lost 17-matches accumulating 13-points;

S. Heavey represented Connacht at Senior Interprovincial level from 1986 to 2005 playing 44-times won 8-matches halved three and lost 33-matches accumulating 19-points;

W. J. Howley* represented Connacht at Senior Interprovincial level from 1938 to 1939;

G. McDermott represented Connacht at Senior Interprovincial level from 2004 to 2010 playing 39-times won 10-matches halved six and lost 23-matches accumulating 26-points;

David O’Donovan represented Connacht at Senior Interprovincial level in 1994 playing 2-times won 0-matches and lost 2-matches accumulating 0-points. He represented Connacht as a Youth Interprovincial in 1993  playing 5-times won 3-matches and lost 2-matches accumulating 6-points;

S. O’Donovan represented Connacht at Senior Interprovincial level from 1983 to 1986 playing 20-times won 7-matches and lost 13-matches accumulating 14-points;

S. Rooney represented Connacht at Senior Interprovincial level from 1985 to 1987 playing 15-times won 3-matches and lost 12-matches accumulating 6-points;

P. P. Soden represented Connacht at Senior Interprovincial level from 1971 to 1981 playing 21-times won 10-matches halved one and lost 10-matches accumulating 21-points;

G. Sproule represented Connacht at Senior Interprovincial level from 1991 to 1994 playing 9-times won 2-matches halved two and lost 5-matches accumulating 6-points. He represented Connacht as a Youth Interprovincial from 1988 to 1994  playing 37-times won 15-matches halved three and lost 19-matches accumulating 33-points;

S. Brady represented Connacht as a Youth Interprovincial from 2007 to 2009  playing 9-times won 4-matches and lost 5-matches accumulating 8-points;

E. Carty represented Connacht as a Youth Interprovincial in 1974  playing 4-times won 0-matches and lost 4-matches accumulating 0-points;

C. Devins represented Connacht as a Youth Interprovincial from 1963 to 1970  playing 10-times won 1-match and lost 9-matches accumulating 2-points;

D. Dunne represented Connacht as a Youth Interprovincial from 1992 to 1996  playing 24-times won 5-matches halved five and lost 14-matches accumulating 15-points;

K. Flanagan represented Connacht as a Youth Interprovincial from 1981 to 1985  playing 16-times won 2-matches and lost 14-matches accumulating 4-points;

J. McDermott represented Connacht as a Youth Interprovincial in 1991  playing 3-times won 0-matches and lost 3-matches accumulating 0-points;

B. McGonigle represented Connacht as a Youth Interprovincial from 1974 to 1975  playing 8-times won 0-matches and lost 8-matches accumulating 0-points;

T. Murphy represented Connacht as a Youth Interprovincial in 1975  playing 4-times won 1-match and lost 3-matches accumulating 2-points;

S. O’Mahoney He represented Connacht as a Youth Interprovincial in 1974  playing 4-times won 0-matches and lost 4-matches accumulating 0-points;

J. Power represented Connacht as a Youth Interprovincial from 1976 to 1979  playing 10-times won 2-matches and lost 8-matches accumulating 4-points;

T. Rice represented Connacht as a Youth Interprovincial from 1976 to 1979  playing 5-times won 1-matches and lost 4-matches accumulating 2-points;

S. Rooney represented Connacht as a Youth Interprovincial from 1979 to 1984  playing 22-times won 7-matches halved one and lost 14-matches accumulating 15-points;

J. B. Roughan* represented Connacht as a Youth Interprovincial from 1964 to 1969 playing 10-times;

G. Soden represented Connacht as a Youth Interprovincial from 1964 to 1969 playing 8-times;

S. Soden* represented Connacht as a Youth Interprovincial in 1976  playing 4-times won 1-match and lost 3-matches accumulating 2-points;

Michael Durcan represented Connacht at the Boys Interprovincial from 2006 to 2009  playing 23-times won 10-matches halved one and lost 12-matches accumulating 21-points;

Sean Flanagan represented Connacht at the Boys Interprovincial in 2010  playing 6-times won 2-matches halved one and lost 3-matches accumulating 5-points;

Alex Gleeson represented Connacht at the Boys Interprovincial in 2009  playing 5-times won 1-match halved one and lost 3-matches accumulating 3-points;

Tony McDaid represented Connacht at the Boys Interprovincial from 2005 to 2007  playing 12-times won 1-match halved two and lost 9-matches accumulating 4-points;

Garth McManus represented Connacht at the Boys Interprovincial in 2002 playing 6-times won 4-matches halved one and lost 1-match accumulating 9-points;

Steffan O’Hara represented Connacht at the Boys Interprovincial from 2008 to 2009  playing 9-times won 5-matches and lost 4-matches accumulating 10-points;

David Brady played in the inaugural Boys under-15 Interprovincial Championships in 2010, playing 3-matches won 1-match and lost 2-matches accumulating 2-points;

Sean Flanagan played in the inaugural Boys under-15 Interprovincial Championships in 2010, playing 3-matches won 1-match and lost 2-matches accumulating 2-points;

M. Durcan represented Munster as a Senior Interprovincial in 2010 playing 6-times won 0-matches halved one and lost 4-matches accumulating 1-point;

History of County Sligo Rosses Point

Instituted 1894 affiliated 1902

The Golfing Annual 1894-95, tells us that Co. Sligo was founded in 1894, that its first President was Col. Cooper, and the Vice-President was Sir H. W Gore-Booth, Bart "The course of nine-holes is situated at Rosses Point, about five miles from Sligo, but as there is plenty of ground available, it will before long be extended to eighteen-holes. The turf is of first-rate quality and the hazards are bunkers, sandpits, bends, a quarry, a wall, a road and broken ground. There is no crossing. The par of the round is 38"

Mr. George Combe, was a key figure in setting up the club, and was the founding Secretary of the GUI, and the Combe cup is still played for at the club.

In April, 1907, the new nine-holes were opened, having been laid out by Mr. W. Campbell, a scratch golfer and a member of the Oxford and Cambridge Golfing Society.

In 1926, H. S Colt the famous golf architect was retained to redesign the course. Over the following two years, he laid out what is now the present Championship Course and home of the West of Ireland at Easter each year since 1923, except for three years when it went to Enniscrone, when the greens were being relayed.

Roll of Honour

 

Member Year Hon. Position
Mrs. L. Boyle 1989 Ladies Captain
J. Noonan 1989 Men's Captain
R. Coulter 1989 President
Mrs. S. McMunn 1990 Ladies Captain
N. Keyes 1990 Men's Captain
J. R. Mullen 1990 President
Mrs. U. O'Connell 1991 Ladies Captain
K. Cunningham 1991 Men's Captain
J. R. Mullen 1991 President
Mrs M. Reynolds 1992 Ladies Captain
S. P. Sweeney 1992 Men's Captain
P. J. Conway 1992 President
Mrs. C. Cullen 1993 Ladies Captain
R. G. Dunne 1993 Men's Captain
P. J. Conway 1993 President
Mrs I. O'Donovan 1994 Ladies Captain
O. E. McDonagh 1994 Men's Captain
B. McDermott 1994 President
Mrs A. Flanagan 1995 Ladies Captain
P. McNamara 1995 Men's Captain
B. McDermott 1995 President
Mrs. A. Mullen 1996 Ladies Captain
E. C. Boyle 1996 Men's Captain
N. Keyes 1996 President
Mrs. E. Lawlor 1997 Ladies Captain
M. B. O'Brien 1997 Men's Captain
N. Keyes 1997 President
Mrs. M. Kenny 1998 Ladies Captain
P. Cafferty 1998 Men's Captain
P. Morgan 1998 President
Mrs. Rita Walsh 1999 Ladies Captain
Mrs. Sheila Crowley 1999 Ladies President
P. Keane 1999 Men's Captain
P. Morgan 1999 President
Una Howley 2000 Ladies Captain
Mrs. E. Mullen 2000 Ladies President
C. McCarthy 2000 Men's Captain
Mr R. G. Dunne 2000 President
Joan Harte 2001 Ladies Captain
E. Mullen 2001 Ladies President
Tony Cunningham 2001 Men's Captain
R. G. Dunne 2001 President
Mary Horkan 2002 Ladies Captain
Kevin Cunningham 2002 Men's Captain
Gerry McManus 2002 President
Mrs. Penny Neiland 2003 Ladies Captain
Mrs. Ann Bradshaw 2003 Ladies President
Padraic McMunn 2003 Men's Captain
Gerry McManus 2003 President
Kay O'Reagan 2004 Ladies Captain
Mrs. Ann Bradshaw 2004 Ladies President
Michael Kennedy 2004 Men's Captain
Gerry McManus 2004 President
Kathleen Keane 2005 Ladies Captain
Gretta O'Reilly 2005 Ladies President
Joe Gannon 2005 Men's Captain
Oliver McDonagh 2005 President
Madge Smyth 2006 Ladies Captain
Gretta O'Reilly 2006 Ladies President
Tom Kenny 2006 Men's Captain
Oliver McDonagh 2006 President
Maire Dufficy 2007 Ladies Captain
Mona McElroy 2007 Ladies President
Michael McNamara 2007 Men's Captain
Sean Sweeney 2007 President
Catherine Johnson 2008 Ladies Captain
Hazel Gillen 2008 Ladies President
Nicky Harte 2008 Men's Captain
Michael O'Brien 2008 President
Ada Kenny 2009 Ladies Captain
Ursula O'Connell 2009 Ladies President
Neil Gaynor 2009 Men's Captain
Michael O'Brien 2009 President
Pat O'Connell 2010 Ladies Captain
Mary Kennedy 2010 Ladies President
Pat Forkan 2010 Men's Captain
Joe Gannon 2010 President
June Coulter 2011 Ladies Captain
Lillian Boyle 2011 Ladies President
Michael McGowan 2011 Men's Captain
Joe Gannon 2011 President
Margaret Dent 2012 Ladies Captain
Anne Mullan 2012 Ladies President
Brian Kilfeather 2012 Men's Captain
Padraic Keane 2012 President
Attracta Pender 2013 Ladies Captain
Alice Flaangan
2013 Ladies President
Terry Brady 2013 Men's Captain
Padraic Keane 2013 President
Holly Robinsone 2013 Lowest Ladies Handicap
Irene O'Donovan (9) 2013 Lowest Ladies Handicap
Garry McDermott (+2) 2013 Lowest Men's Handicap
Michael Durcan 2013 Lowest Men's Handicap
Stephen Brady 2013 Lowest Men's Handicap
Barry Anderson 2013 Lowest Men's Handicap
S. Heavey 2013 Lowest Men's Handicap
Steffan O’Hara 2013 Lowest Men's Handicap

Holes in One at County Sligo Rosses Point

 

Member Date Hole No. Club Used Distance
Per Holmvist 15 September 2004  4th   156 m
George Chadda 16 July 2005 9th   140 m
Liam Varley 4 March 2006 9th   165 m
Ann Daly 1 September 2007 16th   134 m
Kate Mc Manus 8 September 2007 4th   127 m