New Ross golf club Wexford

New Ross golf course Wexford

New Ross Golf Course

New Ross Club Crest

New Ross golf club run a fine parkland course, extended to 18-holes which came into play in May 1995. It has a panoramic view of New Ross featuring hills and mountains. Straight hitting and careful placing of shots is very important as the fairways are tight and allow little room for error. A spacious clubhouse opened in May 1998. Golfing Groups of all sizes can be sure of a warm welcome and an excellent days golfing at the New Ross golf course.

The New Ross Golf Club is a magnificent USGA-standard greens parkland course. This 18 hole course combines stunning scenery with a classic layout.

The back nine (old nine) is wonderfully mature with tree lined fairways some of which are well over 100 years old. The front nine (new nine), in play since 1995, was designed by Des Smyth (2006 Ryder Cup Vice-Captain) and Declan Brannigan and is a fabulous example of modern design with old style golfing values.

The course is very pleasant, yet challenging, with superbly manicured rolling fairways. Our speedy greens have attained a standard of excellence and discerning visitors regularly tell us that they are amongst the best to be found around the country.

The choice of two tees on each hole provides the player with two very different tests of golf. The white tees total 5795 meters in length, with the yellow measuring 5568 meters.

Course management is essential as you plot your way around, avoiding the many bunkers and water hazards. Each hole presents its own challenge which can catch the unwitting golfer off-guard. We believe that players will particularly enjoy the very strong finish to the course on holes 14, 15, 16, 17 and 18. Shot making skills must be complimented with accurate club selection in order to post a good score and a steely nerve is essential to navigate the greens over the last couple of holes. Ireland can boast, fortunately, of many beautiful courses and links, but New Ross golfers will staunchly maintain that the view from this 11th is the finest panorama in the land. In the middle distance is the confluence of the Nore and Barrow and in the far distance lies the fifteen mile stretch of the Blackstairs Mountains from Dranagh to Mount Leinster, separating counties Carlow and Wexford.

New Ross Golf Club has been described as one of the driest inland courses in Ireland. The land the course occupies is gravel based thus ensuring superb natural drainage all year round. The sand based greens are built to the highest USGA specification and full greens are playable throughout the year. New Ross Golf Club remains open when many courses in the surrounding region are closed.

Green Fees Midweek: €25
Green Fees Weekends & B.H.: €30
Green Fees with a Member: €15/20
Green Fees for Opens: €15
Practice Area: Yes
Club Hire: €20
Yes
Buggy Hire: €20
Yes
Soft Spikes: Yes
Course Type Parkland
No Holes 18
Members 677
Designer Des Smyth
Founded 1905
Address

Inneranny,
New Ross,
Co. Wexford

Telephone 051-421433
Email info@newrossgolfclub.ie
Website New Ross golf club website
Secretary/Manager: Joe Foran
Captain: Peter Goggin
Lady Captain: Marie-Therese Wall
Presidents': J. J. Hoyne & Anne Curtis 
Vice-Captains':

Martin Carroll & Meave Wilson

Hon. Secretary: Brian Teague, David Doran & Marie Therese Wall 
Club Pro: Paul Morris & James Roche
Hon. Treasurer: Tom O’Shea & Mary Rose Byrne
Comp. Secretary: Donal Hosey & Liz Bennett 
New Ross Golf Course Layout Course Layout

Location Map

GPS Coord*
Lat:52.403465
Long:-6.974430
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General Facts & Information

Golf course opening hours: Daylight hours Clubhouse opening hours: 8.00am to 11.30pm
Mobile phones: Not on course
Dress Code: Neat and casual, no denim
Catering: Full catering, facilities, by arrangement Days to Avoid: Sundays
Green Fees and Societies Welcome: Other Days Pre-booking for open Tournaments:14 Days in advance

New Ross Golf Club Fixtures 2017 provisional*

Open & Major Fixtures 2017 (Confirmed)        
Event. Start Finish Type Duration
Captains' Drive In Saturday 4 March   Closed 1
Captain's Prize (Q) Friday 26 May Sunday 28 May
Closed 3
Captain's Prize (Q) Saturday 27 May   Closed 1
Captain's Prize Sunday 28 May
  Closed 1
Lady Captain's Prize to the Men
Friday 23 June
Saturday 24 June Closed 2
Lady Captain's Prize to the Men Saturday 24 June
  Closed 1
Lady Captain's Prize (Q) Wednesday 5 July Saturday 8 July Closed 4
Lady Captain's Prize (Q) Thursday 6 July   Closed 1
Lady Captain's Prize (Q) Friday 7 July   Closed 1
Lady Captain's Prize Saturday 8 July   Closed 1
President's Prize (Q) Friday 28 July
Saturday 29 July
Closed 2
President's Prize (Q)
Saturday 29 July
  Closed 1
President's Prize Sunday 30 July
  Closed 1
Lady President's Prize to the Men
Friday 18 August Saturday 19 August Closed 2
Lady President's Prize to the Men Saturday 19 August   Closed 1
Lady President's Prize (Q) Thursday 18 August Saturday 19 August Closed 3
Lady President's Prize (Q) Friday 19 August   Closed 1
Lady President's Prize Saturday 20 August   Closed 1
Fourball Saturday 4 March Sunday 5 March
Open 2
Fourball Sunday 5 March   Open 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford Friday 17 March   Open 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford Thursday 13 April   Open 1
Easter Classic
Friday 14 April
Monday 17 April Open 4
Easter Classic Saturday 15 April
  Open 1
Easter Classic Sunday 16 April
  Open 1
Easter Classic Monday 17 April
  Open 1
Fourball Saturday 22 April Sunday 23 April Open 2
Fourball Sunday 23 April   Open 1
Mullinavat GAA Classic Monday 1 May
Open 1
The Rower GAA Classic Thursday 11 May   Open 1
Pro-Am Friday 12 May   IPGA 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford Thursday 18 May   Open 1
3-Person Scramble Saturday 20 May Sunday 21 May Open 3
3-Person Scramble Sunday 21 May   Open 1
Charity Singles Stableford Monday 22 May
  Open 1
L. & G. Fourball Betterball Tuesday 30 May   Open 1
L. & G. Fourball Betterball Tuesday 6 June   Open 1
Ladies Singles Stableford Wednesday 14 June   Open 1
Jimmy Bruen Shield (Q) Saturday 17 June Sunday 18 June
GUI
2
Jimmy Bruen Shield (Q) Sunday 18 June   GUI
1
L. & G. Fourball Betterball Tuesday 20 June   Open 1
L. & G. Fourball Betterball Tuesday 27 June
  Open 1
L. & G. Fourball Betterball Tuesday 4 July   Open 1
L. & G. Fourball Betterball Tuesday 11 July   Open 1
New Ross Pro-Am
Friday 14 July
IPGA 1
L. & G. Fourball Betterball Tuesday 18 July
Open 1
Gusserane GAA Classic Friday 21 July   Open 1
Junior Scratch Cup Saturday 22 July   Open 1
Inter. Scratch Cup Saturday 22 July   Open 1
L. & G. Fourball Betterball Tuesday 25 July   Open 1
L. & G. Fourball Betterball Tuesday 1 August   Open 1
Rugby Club Classic
Saturday 5 August   Open 1
L. & G. Fourball Betterball Tuesday 8 August   Open 1
Club Classic L. & G. 4-Person Team Thursday 10 August Saturday 12 August
Open 3
Club Classic L. & G. 4-Person Team Friday 11 August   Open 1
Club Classic L. & G. 4-Person Team Saturday 12 August   Open 1
L. & G. Fourball Betterball Tuesday 15 August   Open 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford
Thursday 17 August   Open 1
L. & G. Fourball Betterball Tuesday 22 August   Open 1
L. & G. Fourball Betterball Tuesday 29 August   Open 1
Ladies Singles Stableford
Friday 30 August   Open 1
L. & G. Fourball Betterball Tuesday 5 September   Open  
L. & G. 3-Person Team Event Saturday 9 September Sunday 10 September Open 2
L. & G. 3-Person Team Event Sunday 10 September   Open 1
L. & G. Fourball Betterball Tuesday 12 September   Open 1
L. & G. Fourball Betterball Tuesday 19 September   Open 1
L. & G. Fourball Betterball
Saturday 23 September Sunday 24 September Open 2
L. & G. Fourball Betterball Sunday 24 September   Open 1
L. & G. Fourball Betterball Tuesday 26 September   Open 1
L. & G. Fourball Betterball Thursday 12 October   Open 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford Saturday 7 October Sunday 8 October Open 2
L. & G. Singles Stableford Sunday 8 October   Open 1
Halloween L. & G. Fourball Betterball
Friday 27 October Monday 30 October Open 4
Halloween L. & G. Fourball Betterball Saturday 28 October   Open 1
Halloween L. & G. Fourball Betterball Sunday 29 October   Open 1
Halloween L. & G. Fourball Betterball Monday 30 October   Open 1

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Card of the Course

KeyData
White Par 70 SSS 71 5,795 m
Yellow Par 70 SSS 70 5,568 m
Red Par 73 SSS 73 5,194 m

Card

Hole No. White Yellow Par Index Red Par Index
1 334 329 4 9 329 4 4
2 171 160 3 5 142 3 16
3 290 272 4 13 260 4 12
4 420 408 4 1 383 5 10
5 332 309 4 17 264 4 14
6 330 309 4 7 290 4 6
7 335 321 4 11 308 4 8
8 366 350 4 3 339 4 2
9 148 139 3 15 130 3 18
Out 2,726 2,597 34   2,445 35  
10 475 465 5 18 400 5 5
11 173 173 3 6 160 3 11
12 301 293 4 12 293 4 3
13 495 485 5 8 385 5 9
14 166 152 3 14 140 3 17
15 363 343 4 2 335 4 1
16 331 313 4 16 301 4 7
17 357 347 4 10 357 5 15
18 408 400 4 4 378 5 13
In 3,069 2,971 36   2,749 38  
Total 5,795 5,568 70   5,194 73  
SSS 71 70     73    

Notable rounds

Men's Course Record: Am. 66 Aidin Moore (3) 14/10/2007, Pro. 65 Damien Mooney 16/5/2014

Ladies Course Record: 67 Mary Dowling  (3) 13/07/205

Members Achievements

Congratulations to Mary Dowling on winning the Lancôme Irish Woman´s Close Final at Portstewart Golf Club on Wednesday 26th May 2010, when she beat girl-wonder Leona Maguire from the Slieve Russell Golf Club with a magnificent birdie putt on the 18th to win by one-hole.

The Ladies of New Ross Golf Club won the Boyne Trophy in 2003, when the team was, Anna Murphy, Margaret Furlong, Mary Rowe, Maura Flynn, Mary Harrington, Mary Kavanagh, Anne Conway, Mary Furlong, Mary Rochford, Anne Healy, Eleanor Roche, Anne Curtis, Angela Treacy, Kathleen Pyne, Helen Hennessy and Tess Ryan, they were selected by Siobhan Kissane and managed by Nancy Kent.

New Ross won the Midland League in 2002, when they beat Kilkenny on the 18th. The team was, Mary Kavanagh who beat her sister Margaret Cuddihy in the crucial match, Mary Dowling, Deirdre Brennan, Ann Conway, Mary Rochford, Eleanor Roche and Ann Walsh.

Anne Conway won the Midland Junior Championship in 2003.

Mary Dowling was selected on the Leinster Ladies Team for the AIB Interprovincial Championships at Mount Wolseley Golf Club in August 7-9 2002.

Nigel Colfer was selected on the Leinster Boys' team for the Interprovincial Championships at Headfort Golf Club from August 28-30 2002.

Deirdre Brennan from New Ross Golf Club won the ladies section of the Lucozade-Irish Independent Longest Drive competition at the Co. Louth Golf Club in August 2001.

Prior to 2001:

New Ross Golf Club won the All-Ireland Mixed Foursomes at Mallow Golf Club in 1981, when the team was, Martin O'Brien, Bob Howlett, Oliver Goff, Bill Deegan, Larry Larkin, Ned Fenlon, Vincent O'Reilly, Ann English, Jean Russell, Angela Tracey, Ann Fenlon, Cathy Dunphy, Jane Murphy and they were managed by Charley Kehoe.

New Ross Golf Club won the Leinster Championship of the Irish Senior Cup in 1992, when the team was, Danny Vaughan, Martin O'Brien, Russel Jacob, Bob Howlett, Bill Deegan, Larry Larkin, they were managed by John Doyle.

They won the Brennan Cup in 1993, when the team was, Tom Crosbie, Tom Walsh, John Murphy, Hugh O'Conner, Brian Dolan, Fintan Cullimore, Padraig Bailey, Peter Goggin and Richie Kirwin, they were managed by Eamon Walsh.

They won the Brennan Cup in 1964, when the team was, D. Vaughan, J. Sutton, A. Kent, M. O'Brien, P. J. Dolan, J. Doyle, R. Murphy, P. Bailey, W. Walsh, P. A. Murphy and K. Moloney.

They won the Brennan Cup in 1958, when the team was, A. C. Ward, P. Downey, K. Maloney, P. Norton, D. J. Nolan, E. Follis, D. O'Neill, S. Furlong, P. Bailey and R. Murphy.

New Ross Golf Club won the Cullen Cup in 1999, when the team was, Kathleen Pyne, Ann Conway, Biddy O'Sullivan, Mary Dowling, Mary Kavanagh, Ann Walsh, Stephanie Gillian, Jim Byrne, Rory Hussey, Derek Ronan, John Dowling Jnr., John Dowling Snr., Bob Howlett, they were managed by Fintan Cullimore.

They won the Slaney Shield in 1988, when the team was, J. Harrington, T. Walsh, M. Marshall, R. Kirwan, S. Kennedy, W. McLoughlin, they were selected by F. Cullimore.

The Ladies of New Ross Golf Club won the District Championship of the Ulster Bank Ladies Foursomes in 2000, when the team was, Denies Bolger, Olivia Cullimore, Ann English, Kathleen King, Frances O'Brien, Deirdre Brennan, Ann Conway, Biddy O'Sullivan and Angela Treacy.

The Ladies of New Ross Golf Club won the ILGU Midland League in 1993, when the team was, Kathleen Kehoe, Stephanie Gillen, Rita Meagher, Monica O'Grady, Ann Larkin and Ann English, they were captained by Kathleen Lenehan.

The Ladies of New Ross Golf Club won the ILGU Midland League in 1990, when the team was, Angela Treacy, Elenor Roche, Kathleen Pyne, Mary Kavanagh and Sinead Breen.

They won the ILGU Midland League in 1981, when the team was, Jean Russell, Siobhan Kissane, Angela Treacy and Ann Fenlon.

They won the Finn Trophy in 1987, when the team was, K. Bailey, L. Bennett, M. Furlong, M. Rowe, A. English, T. Foley, S. Kissane, A. Treacy, J. Russell and C. Dunphy.

They won the Midland District Valerie Doyle Perpetual Trophy in 1996, when the team was, Teresa Byrne-Bolger, Mary Kavanagh and Ann Fenlon.

Deirdre Brennan won the Druid's Glen-Irish Independent "Golfer of the Month" for April 2000. She received a beautiful limited-edition painting by Robert Ballagh, I, for one, would like to see more of this kind of prize on our prize tables.

New Ross won the mixed-foursomes Cullen Cup in 1999.

Members who played representative golf for Country or Province;

Martin O'Brien New Rosses favoured son participated in the Home Internationals from 1968 to 1977, playing 44 matches, having won the Irish Close Championship at Royal Portrush G. C. in 1968 and again 1975 at Cork G. C. He won the Mullingar Scratch Cup in 1968 and the Waterford Scratch Cup three occasions. He represented Ireland as a Senior International from 1968 to 1977 playing 55-times won 13-matches halved four and lost 38-matches accumulating 30-points. He represented Leinster at Senior Interprovincial level from 1967 to 1978 playing 46-times won 24-matches halved four and lost 18-matches accumulating 52-points;

Nigel Colfer represented Leinster at Boys  Interprovincial level in 2002 playing 5-times won 1-match halved one and lost 3-matches accumulating 3-points;

Mary Walsh played for the Irish Girls in 1971.

Mary Dowling was selected on the ILGU Senior B squad in November 2000 and she was the reserve in the European Ladies Junior Championship at Nairn Golf Club, in Scotland 1996. She played for Ireland in the Girls' Home Internationals at Northop Golf Club, in 1995.

History of New Ross

Instituted 1905 affiliated 1912

The "Golfing Annual" 1908-9 records a nine-hole course a mile and a half from Newross Station, with J. M. Roche as the Hon. Secretary. He was also Captain in 1911 and 1912.

The club would appear to have fallen on hard times and the "Irish Golf" 1929, records "Newross has had disappointments in recent years in the way of golf but the inhabitants have not sat down under them. It is excellent news that a new club has been formed with a b committee. A new site for a course has been chosen" Mr. P. Roche is listed as Captain and the Hon. Secretary was Mr. R. H. Corbett.

What the Club tells us:

A sporting band of prominent citizens of the town and district of New Ross came together in the autumn of 1905 and decided the time was ripe to establish a golf club and acquire land suitable for a 9 hole course.

In January 1906, suitable land was made available by A.J.Mockler on his estate at Castle Annaghs on the Waterford side of New Ross. A seven year lease was signed on the 15 February 1906.

The course was prepared and completed by May of that year and it is recorded that the first ball was driven on the 23 May, 1906. Golf continued to be played at Annaghs until the end of 1913, when the lease expired and was not renewable.

Before Castle Annaghs golf course closed down in 1913, the committee had made arrangements for the continuation of the club and game. A lease was secured on lands, the property of Mr. Reggie Jeffares at Tinneranny, Rosbercon. The task of converting the forty-six acres of the Jeffares estate in Tinneranny was to prove a formidable one but amidst great pomp and ceremony, the 9-hole course was opened for play in April 1914. A small number of players kept playing throughout 1917-1920, until the club was served with a notice to quit. This came about when the landlord Mr. Reggie Jeffares was killed in action in the war. His wife, an English actress, had no interest in either golf or the locality and so put the whole estate up for sale and the game ceased to be played in Tinneranny.

In 1925, the Jeffares estate in Tinneranny was acquired by the Land Commission and thanks to some recent legislation, it was possible to reacquire that portion of the estate which New Ross Golf Club had developed and used prior to 1918. A new long term lease was put in place and members could now proceed with playing golf in Tinneranny.

During World War 2, a unit of the National Army took over Bawnjames and established a military camp there. The Club offered the military officers full playing facilities and membership and as a token of appreciation before their departure, the Third Battalion of the Irish Army presented the Club with a beautiful silver trophy, known as the Military Cup. Each year a major competition is held in the Club for this trophy.

The period 1991 to 1997 was probably the most progressive in the development of New Ross Golf Club. Following an EGM in 1991, the members voted to change the management structure of the club and offered the lady members the same status as their male counterparts.

From April of 1992, there was a flurry of activity to secure sufficient lands to develop the course into an eighteen hole course. The period from July to December 1992 was spent in negotiations with a number of local landowners adjoining the existing course. These negotiations were led by Jim Chapman and Owen Conway and following a total of 26 negotiating sessions, agreement was reached to purchase the land required.

In the following months, there was a major amount of work to be completed. Work commenced in June of 1993, was competed in April 1994 and play on the new course started in 1995. The new course was officially opened in May 1996 by Sean Doyle, the oldest member of the club and a past Captain and President.

The original clubhouse or pavilion dates back to before the First World War. In 1971 a new prefab structure replaced the old clubhouse and was used until 1998. Following the extension of the course to eighteen holes in 1995, it soon became very evident that with an increase in the number of new members and the interest shown by golf societies, there was a need to build a new clubhouse.

Under the stewardship of the Chairman Owen Conway, plans were drafted by John Santry to build the current Clubhouse in 1997. A development committee was established and Walsh Bros. of Mullinavat were awarded the contract.

Under the supervision of Martin Forristal and Owen Conway the clubhouse was completed and opened to members in 1998. A total of £1.25 million was spent in the development of the club's facilities between June 1993 and July 1998, a major achievement by the members.

In 2005 in its Centenary Year, it was decided to redesign the 11th Hole building a brand new green. The 18th green was also re-designed. The work was done by Gary Flood Landscaping under the supervision of Eddie Sweeney and John Murphy. The new greens were designed by Eddie Connaughan.

Roll of Honour

Member Year Hon. Position
Monica O'Grady 1989 Ladies Captain
W. Lenehan 1989 Men's Captain
M. Green 1989 President
Kathleen King 1990 Ladies Captain
J. G. Murphy 1990 Men's Captain
K. O'Grady 1990 President
Nancy Kent 1991 Ladies Captain
T. Larkin 1991 Men's Captain
S. O'Huigin 1991 President
Teresa Foley 1992 Ladies Captain
J. Chapman 1992 Men's Captain
J. Flynn 1992 President
Margaret Rigley 1993 Ladies Captain
D. Bulger 1993 Men's Captain
M. Sullivan 1993 President
Mary Murphy 1994 Ladies Captain
K. Treacy 1994 Men's Captain
F. Cullimore 1994 President
K. Kehoe 1995 Ladies Captain
O. Conway 1995 Men's Captain
J. Kennedy 1995 President
Pat Kinsella 1996 Ladies Captain
A. Kent 1996 Men's Captain
T. Crosbie 1996 President
Maisie Monahan 1997 Ladies Captain
J. Dowling 1997 Men's Captain
P. Bennett 1997 President
Kathleen Lenehan 1998 Ladies Captain
Mick Malone 1998 Men's Captain
H. O'Connor 1998 President
Kay Bolger 1999 Ladies Captain
Nancy Kent 1999 Ladies President
Willie Kelly 1999 Men's Captain
Eddie Rowe 1999 President
Ann Conway 2000 Ladies Captain
Siobhan Kissane 2000 Ladies President
Harry Reinhardt 2000 Men's Captain
George Walsh 2000 President
Mary Kavanagh 2001 Ladies Captain
H. Hennessy 2001 Ladies President
John Hosey 2001 Men's Captain
Bill Hurley 2001 President
Anne Curtis 2002 Ladies Captain
Monica O'Grady 2002 Ladies President
David Doran 2002 Men's Captain
James Murphy 2002 President
Jacqui Morgan 2003 Ladies Captain
Kathleen Pyne 2003 Ladies President
Johan Moran 2003 Men's Captain
Ned Conway 2003 President
Teresa Byrne 2004 Ladies Captain
Stephanie Gillen 2004 Ladies President
J. J. Hoyne 2004 Men's Captain
Martin Forristal 2004 President
Eleanor Roche 2005 Ladies Captain
Kathleen Lenehan 2005 Ladies President
Eddie Sweeney 2005 Men's Captain
Nicolas Cashin 2005 President
Theresa Minihan 2006 Ladies Captain
Eleanor Roche 2006 Ladies President
Brian Teague 2006 Men's Captain
Denis Kirwan 2006 President
Sue Barrett 2007 Ladies Captain
Anne Healy 2007 Ladies President
Eamonn Walsh  2007 Men's Captain
John Murphy 2007 President
Pat Rowsome 2008 Ladies Captain
Kathy Casey 2008 Ladies President
Hugh Behan 2008 Men's Captain
John Monahan 2008 President
Paula Reidy 2009 Ladies Captain
Mary Hickey 2009 Ladies President
Tommy Frisby 2009 Men's Captain
Liam Quinn 2009 President
Paula Reidy 2010 Ladies Captain
Mary Kavanagh 2010 Ladies President
Trevor Campbell 2010 Men's Captain
Davy Doran 2010 President
Ellen Howlett 2011 Ladies Captain
Kay Kelleher 2011 Ladies President
Kevin Reidy 2011 Men's Captain
John Hosey 2011 President
Liz Roberts 2012 Ladies Captain
Mary Furlong 2012 Ladies President
Michael O'Neill 2012 Men's Captain
John Dowling 2012 President
Geraldine Donohue 2013 Ladies Captain
Anne Conway
2013 Ladies President
Seamus McGuinness 2013 Men's Captain
Brian Dolan
2013 President
Elizabeth Bennett 2014 Ladies Captain
Anne Curtis 2014 Ladies President
Pascall Bolger 2014 Men's Captain
Jim Meggs 2014 President
Mary Dungan 2015 Ladies Captain
Lily English 2015 Ladies President
Rory Hussey 2015 Men's Captain
Seamus Power 2015 President
Mary J. Maher 2016 Ladies Captain
Marie O'Connor
2016 Ladies President
Derek Ronan 2016 Men's Captain
Owen Conway
2016 President
Marie-Therese Wall 2017 Ladies Captain
  2017 Ladies President
Peter Goggin 2017 Men's Captain
  2017 President
Mary Dowling (0) 2017 Lowest Ladies Handicap
Kyle Dunne (0) 2017 Lowest Men's Handicap
Michael Ryan 2017 Lowest Men's Handicap

Holes in One at New Ross

Member Date Hole No. Club Used Distance
Willie Kelly 26 April 1998 5th   105 yd´s
James Meggs 14 March 1999 5th   105 yd´s
Dixie Connell 2 March 2003 11th   138 yd´s
Kathleen Bailey 20 May 2004 9th   130 yd´s
Margaret Furlong 10 August 2005 9th   130 yd´s
Ann English 2 August 2006 14th   140 yd´s
George Peters 1 October 2009 11th   173 yd´s