Carrick-on-Shannon golf club Roscommon

Carrick-on-Shannon golf course Roscommon

Carrick-on-Shannon Golf Course

Carrick-on-Shannon Club Crest

The Golf Club is situated on the outskirts of the town of Carrick-on-Shannon – the cruising capital of Ireland. The golf course, a parkland course constructed to the highest USGA specifications, is located by the banks of the Shannon, patrolled by the Argina Mountains and is simply spectacular. It is an ideal location for your golf outing, be it a sociable fourball, society or corporate outing.

It is an excellent 18-hole course with delightful diversity of scenery. The new nine holes were built on land that sweeps down to Drumharlow Lake and the Boyle River creating some spectacular views of the lake and river. The location of the new nine holes is magnificent. Some 12 acres of marshland were preserved and integrated into the design, creating some wonderful holes and generating some anxiety when one has to play over it. The old nine holes are set in mature parkland and under the revised layout will constitute the first five holes and last four holes of the 18 holes.

There are some spectacular holes, not least the eight where the tee-box is surrounded by water, which require a carry-over of the Boyle River. The 13th hole is a frightening par 3-just 200 metres "short" and has all the hallmarks of becoming rather special in Irish golfing folklore.

Word of mouth and pictures only tell so much of the story. Come and see this course to get the full picture.

Green Fees Mon. to Thurs: €30
Green Fees Weekends & B.H.: €40
Green Fees with a Member: €20
Green Fees for Opens: €15
Practice Area: Range
Club Hire: Yes
Buggy Hire: Yes
Soft Spikes: Yes
Full Membership Available: Yes
Full Membership Fee: €590
Full Family Membership Fee: €1,025
Full Beginners Membership Fee: €175
Entrance Fee: None
Course Type Parkland
No Holes 18
Members 600
Designer Eddie Hackett (Old) Marc Westenborg of Martin Hawtree
Founded 1910

Co. Roscommon

Telephone +353 (0)71-9667015
Website Carrick-on-Shannon golf club website
Administrator: Owen Gibney
Captain: Owen Gibney
Lady Captain: Deirdre McGettrick
President: Tommy Mulvey
Vice-Captains':  & 
Hon. Secretary: Owen Gibney & Geraldine Prendiville
Club Pro: None Shop
Hon. Treasurer: Fiachra Neary & Attracta O’Connor
Comp. Secretary: John Coffey & Siobhan Talbot  
Carrick-on-Shannon Golf Course Layout Course Layout

Location Map

GPS Coord*
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General Facts & Information

Course opening hours: Daylight hours Clubhouse opening hours: 9.30am to 11.00pm
Mobile phones: Not on course
Dress Code: Neat and casual, no denim
Catering: Full catering, facilities Days to Avoid: None
Green Fees and Societies Welcome: Midweek & Weekends Pre-booking for open Tournaments:14 Days in advance

Carrick-on-Shannon Golf Club Fixtures 2023 provisional*

Open & Major Fixtures 2022 (to be Confirmed)        
Event Start Finish Type Duration
Captains' Drive-In Thursday 17 March
  Closed 1
Lady Captain's Prize to the Men Sunday 26 June   Closed 1
President's Prize Friday 15 July Saturday 16 July Closed 2
President's Prize Saturday 16 July   Closed 1
Lady Captain's Prize Sunday 24 July   Closed 1
Captain's Prize to the Ladies Sunday 17 July
  Closed 1
Captain's Prize Saturday 27 August   Closed 1
L. & G. The Murphy Cup Friday 29 April   Open 4
L. & G. The Murphy Cup Saturday 30 April   Open 1
L. & G. The Murphy Cup Sunday 1 May   Open 1
L. & G. The Murphy Cup Monday 2 May   Open 1
2-Person Scramble
Friday 3 June Monday 6 June
Open 4
2-Person Scramble Saturday 4 June   Open 1
2-Person Scramble Sunday 5 June   Open 1
2-Person Scramble Monday 6 June   Open 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford Friday 10 June   Open 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford Friday 17 June   Open 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford Friday 24 June   Open 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford Friday 1 July   Open 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford Friday 8 July   Open 1
Ladies Singles Stableford Wednesday 13 July   Open 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford Friday 15 July   Open 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford Friday 22 July   Open 1
Club Golf Classic Friday 29 July Monday 1 August Open 4
Club Golf Classic Saturday 30 July   Open 1
Club Golf Classic Sunday 31 July   Open 1
Club Golf Classic Monday 1 August   Open 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford Friday 5 August   Open 1
Start of Open Week Monday 8 August Friday 12 August Open 5
Open Week Monday 8 August   Open 1
Open Week Tuesday 9 August   Open 1
Connacht U-16 Boys Open Championship
Wednesday 10 August Thursday 11 August
G. I.
Connacht U-16 Boys Open Championship Thursday 11 August   G. I.
L. & G. Singles Stableford Friday 12 August   Open 1
Seniors Singles Stableford 55+ Friday 19 August   Open 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford Friday 26 August
  Open 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford Friday 2 September   Open 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford Friday 9 September   Open 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford Friday 16 September   Open 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford Friday 23 September   Open 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford Friday 28 October Monday 31 October Open 4
L. & G. Singles Stableford Saturday 29 October   Open 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford Sunday 30 October   Open 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford Monday 31 October   Open 1

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Card of the Course

White Par 70 SSS 68 5,499 m
Red Par 71 SSS 72 4,916 m
Green Par 70 SSS 67 5,072 m
Blue Par 70 SSS 70 5,767 m


Hole No. Blue White Green Par Index Red Par Index
1 319 306 300 4 11 294 4 8
2 403 381 340 4 5 376 5 17
3 385 369 354 4 3 314 4 2
4 482 482 440 5 15 437 5 3
5 149 149 143 3 13 139
3 9
6 307 307 389 4 17 276 4 13
7 504 480 461 5 7 380 5 11
8 185 159 142 3 9 118 3 14
9 392 388 360 4 1 335 4 1
Out 3,126 3,021 2,829 36   2,672 37  
10 194 161 156 3 8 95 3 18
11 305 286 281 4 12 260 4 10
12 363 322 293 4 2 276 4 4
13 189 168 146 3 4 122 3 7
14 430 426 345 5/4 14 423 5 14
15 323 321 303 4 18 301 4 6
16 360 321 368 4 6 264 4 5
17 158 158 162 3 16 162 3 12
18 319 315 289 4 10 289 4 15
In 2,641 2,478 2,243 33/34   2,244 34  
Total 5,767 5,499 5,072 69/70   4,916 71  
SSS 70 68 67     72    

Notable rounds

                     Mens Course Record 67 Danny Egan 15/07/2021

Members Achievements

The Boys of Carrick-on-Shannon Golf Club won the Connacht Boys under 16 Interclub final on 27th July 2022 at Cregmore Park Golf Club.
The team was Charlie Boyle, Zach Brennan & Patrick Martin, they were Captained by Charlie’s dad Brendan.      

Carrick-on-Shannon Golf Club won the Connaught Final of the Jimmy Bruen Shield on Saturday 7th August 2021 when they beat Ballinrobe Golf Club by 4-matches to 1-match.
They lost out to Tramore Golf Club by 3-matches to 2-matches on 7th September in Belfast they were captained by Fiachra Neary.
The team on the day was David McDermott with Gordon Kavanagh, Daniel Egan with Niall Loftus, Sean Mulvey with Keith Duignan, Paul Roche with Jason Loftus and Nathan Flynn with Paul O’Brien.  

Carrick-on-Shannon Golf Club won the Connacht Final of the Jimmy Bruen Shield in 2009 and was drawn against Leinster Champions Waterford Golf Club (yes Waterford play in Leinster!) in the All-Ireland Semi-Final at Tullamore Golf Club.

First on the tee was Albert Hogg was Jack Sharkey who lost out to Anthony Aherne with Colin Lynch by 3 and 2. They were followed by Sean Bohan with Colm Loftus against Anthony Mulhall with John Power again the match went to the men from Waterford by 2-holes. They were followed by Noel Sharkey with Jason Loftus who had a very convincing 5 and 4 win over Mark Daly with Eanna Griffin. The penultimate match of Des Beirne with Gordon Kavanagh saw their hopes of reaching the All-Ireland Final disappear when Anthony Feicks with Francis Power recorded a 3 and 2 win. The bottom match of Noel McDermott with Tommy Mulvey was halved against Andy Ryan with Martin Freeman.

Carrick-on-Shannon won their first Connacht Final of the Jimmy Bruen Shield and were drawn against Ballybunion in the All-Ireland Semi-Final at Rosslare Golf Club on 16th September 2005. In only their second year as an 18-hole Championship course "Carrick" lifted their first men’s pennant.

They were drawn against Munster Champions Ballybunion in the All-Ireland Semi-Final. With Noel Sharkey & Alan Ffrench leading the way against Brendan McKeon & Eoin O’Shaughnessy in the first match they lost out by 5 and 4. They were followed by Sean Mulvey & Albert Hogg, who halved their match against Didgie O’Connor & David Mulvihill. The 3rd match say Felim Gately & Johnny Martin against Edward Stack & Dominic Moriarty who lost by 4 and 3 Next on the tee was Noel McDermott & Joey Casey against Jonathan Murphy & Kieran Kennelly who lost by 4 and 3. The bottom match say Sean Bohan & Darragh Burke pitched against Mark Dilger & Des O’Donnell who halved their match.

Carrick-on-Shannon won the Cecil Ewing Shield in 1991. They won the Connaught Shield in 1966, when the team was Paddy Doherty, Noce Garvey, Kevin Hogg, Jim Cummins, Bro Hugh, Laddie O'Sullivan, Bro French, Mick Gaffeny, Gerry Rafferty, Damien Walsh, Joe Lavin, Sean Mullarkey, Steve Sullivan, Billy Craig and Des Monaqhan.

They were finalists in 1963 when the team was Dr. Kevin Hogge, Mick Gaffney, Nace Garvey, Jim Cummins, Jack Hennessey, David O'Shaughnessy, Joe Lavin, Damion Walsh, Paraic Flanagan, Tony Murray, Des Lonaghan and Sylvester McDermott. They were back in the final of the Connaught Shield in 1996, when the team was D. McMahoon, J. Martin, M. Devane, N. McDermott, K. Moran, P. O'Donnell, A. Hogg, T. Aherne, D. Neary, L. Mulvey, N. Sharkey and J. Carney. They were captained by J. McCarthy.

Andrew Lynch has the unique distinction of representing his Province in Boys, Youths and Seniors, he was the first player to achieve this distinction in Irish Golf.

Sean Flanagan was on the first Connaught team to win the Inter-Provincial Tityle at Rosses Point in August 1967.

The Ladies of Carrick-on-Shannon won the Huzzar vodka Ladies Foursomes in 1984, when the team was Anne Campbell and Patricia Harman.

They won the Connaught Final of the Huzzar vodka Ladies Foursomes in 1984.

They won the I.L.G.U. Western District of the Linda Black Trophy in 2001 and were finalists in 2000, when the team was C. Kenny, M. O'Rourke, H. Martin, N. Campbell and B. Patterson. They were captained by P. Nolan and B. Kenny.

They won the Connaught Smurfit Girls Juvenile Trophy in 1977, with Ann Dillon, Mary O'Carroll and Oonagh Talbot.

They won the Ladies Lonleitros 1999, 1998, 1997, 1996, 1994 and 1990.

Ann Campbell won the I.L.G.U. All-Ireland Gold Medal in 1988. Patricia Harman won the Ladies Golfing Union Challenge Bowl, Silver Division, at Athlone Golf Club on July 22nd 1982.

1996 Captain, Leo Mulvey, played a round of golf with my hero Seve at Woodbrook G. C.

Carrick-on-Shannon's Ladies won the Lina Black Trophy, Western District, Captained by Peggy Nolan at Co. Sligo in 2001.

Lina Black, Western District was won by 1997 Lady Captain Peggy Nolan.

Members who played representative golf for Country or Province;

A. Hogan represented Ireland at international Youths level in 1981 playing 6-matches, won 2-matches halved one and lost 3-match accumulating 5-points. He represented Connacht at Senior Interprovincial level from 1979 to 1985 playing 15-times won 3-matches and lost 12-matches accumulating 6-points;

A. Wynne represented Connacht at Senior Interprovincial level from 1983 to 1984 playing 9-times won 2-matches and lost 7-matches accumulating 4-points. He represented Connacht as a Youth Interprovincial from 1976 to 1981  playing 22-times won 9-matches and lost 13-matches accumulating 18-points;

M. Hogan represented Connacht as a Youth Interprovincial from 1981 to 1983  playing 10-times won 4-matches and lost 6-matches accumulating 8-points;

C. Monaghan represented Connacht as a Youth Interprovincial in 1975  playing 3-times won 0-matches and lost 3-matches accumulating 0-points;

History of Carrick-on-Shannon

Instituted 1910affiliated 1910

The Irish Golfers Guide, 1911, lists Carrick-on-Shannon as affiliating to the GUI in 1910. It describes it as a short course, only playable during the winter months. The Captain was D. A. Steadman, D.I., R.I.C., and it had 40 members. The same publication in 1916, says "it is situated close to the Shannon, there are a considerable number of natural hazards in the way of ditches, hedges and streams"

What the Club tells us:

Golf was first played in Carrick- On- Shannon in 1910: Ballinamoney a townland outside Carrick was the first site for a golf course.

In 1936 the club moved to a site nearer the town in Lisnagot which is now part of St Patrick's Park, a housing estate in Carrick- On- Shannon, this 6 hole course which had approx 12 members remained at Lisnagot until 1944 when it moved to its present location here in Woodbrook, the club enjoyed free tenure from Major Kirkwood who owned the land and resided in Woodbrook House, A house made famous by the award winning author David Thomson in his book Woodbrook.

Roll of Honour

Member Year Hon. Position
Aidan McNally 1990 Men's Captain
Miss Ann Dillon 1990 Ladies Captain
Mrs. Esther Feely 1991 Ladies Captain
Ken Moran 1991 Men's Captain
Mrs. H. Martin 1992 Ladies Captain
Jim Gartlan 1992 Men's Captain
Mrs. A. Campbell 1993 Ladies Captain
Anthony O'Hara 1993 Men's Captain
Mrs. R. O'Reilly 1994 Ladies Captain
Sylvester Kivlehan 1994 Men's Captain
K. McGovern 1995 Ladies Captain
Michael McGovern 1995 Men's Captain
Seamus Nolan 1995 President
Anne Neary 1996 Ladies Captain
Leo Mulvey 1996 Men's Captain
Don Hogan 1996 President
Peggy Nolan 1997 Ladies Captain
Jim Newcombe 1997 Men's Captain
Tom Hughes 1997 President
Mrs. Maura Doherty 1998 Ladies Captain
Gus O'Shea 1998 Men's Captain
Atty Hynes 1998 President
Mrs Jessie Doherty 1999 Ladies Captain
Aidan Sheerin 1999 Men's Captain
Mrs. Liz McCarthy 2000 Ladies Captain
John Martin 2000 Men's Captain
Mrs. Mollie Daly 2001 Ladies Captain
Donal Neary 2001 Men's Captain
Mary O'Rourke 2002 Ladies Captain
Martin Hynes 2002 Men's Captain
Seamus Gilmartin 2002 President
Phil McWeeney 2003 Ladies Captain
Breege Mannion 2003 Lady President
Michael Daly 2003 Men's Captain
Jim Gartland 2003 President
Kitty Harrington 2004 Ladies Captain
Breege Mannion 2004 Lady President
Chris Lowe 2004 Men's Captain
Leo Mulvey 2004 President
Siobhan Talbot 2005 Ladies Captain
Patricia Harman 2005 Lady President
Noel McDermott 2005 Men's Captain
Jim Newcombe 2005 President
Geraldine Farry 2006 Ladies Captain
Patricia Harman 2006 Lady President
Albert Hogg 2006 Men's Captain
Hugh Gralton 2006 President
Renee Dolan 2007 Ladies Captain
John McCarthy 2007 Men's Captain
Johnny Martin 2007 President
Teresa Kenoy 2008 Ladies Captain
Tommie Kenoy 2008 Men's Captain
Ann Campbell 2008 President
Helen Martin 2009 Ladies Captain
Owen Cawfield 2009 Men's Captain
Peter Feely 2009 President
Mary Menton 2010 Ladies Captain
Johnny Moffatt 2010 Men's Captain
Peter Maye 2010 President
Brenda Kelly 2011 Ladies Captain
Molly Daly 2011 Men's Captain
Pat King 2011 President
Mary King 2012 Ladies Captain
Jim King 2012 Men's Captain
Molly Daly 2012 President
Delores Mulvey 2013 Ladies Captain
Anthony Noone 2013 Men's Captain
Michael Daly
2013 President
Mary Molloy 2014 Ladies Captain
Sean Bohan 2014 Men's Captain
Esther Feely 2014 President
Patricia O'Hara 2015 Ladies Captain
Eamonn McGirl 2015 Men's Captain
Tommie Kenoy
2015 President
Noeleen Moffatt 2016 Ladies Captain
Damien Duignan 2016 Men's Captain
John Moffatt  
2016 President
Noeleen Moffatt 2017 Ladies Captain
Anthony Noone 2017 Men's Captain
Phil Emmett 2018 Ladies Captain
Liam Bruen 2018 Men's Captain
Anna Cox 2019 Ladies Captain
David McDermott 2019 Men's Captain
Gabrielle Madsen 2020 Ladies Captain
John Coffey 2020 Men's Captain
Phil McWeeney 2020 President
Gabrielle Madsen
2021 Ladies Captain
John Coffey
2021 Men's Captain
Phil McWeeney 2021 President
Deirdre McGettrick 2022 Ladies Captain
Owen Gibney 2022 Men's Captain
Tommy Mulvey 2022 President
Hiller Collins (8) 2022 Lowest Ladies Handicap
David McDermott (5) 2022 Lowest Men's Handicap

Holes in One at Carrick-on-Shannon

Member Date Hole No. Club Used Distance
Helen Martin   8th   157 m
Peggy Nolan 23 May 2001 14th   143 m
Damien Duignan 12 July 2008 10th   170 m
Damien Duignan 19 July 2008 10th   196 m
Owen Caulfield 30 August 2009 5th   149 m