Ennis golf club Clare

Ennis golf course Clare

Ennis Golf Course

Ennis Club Crest

Ennis Golf Club situated less than one mile from the town centre, has an immaculately manicured 18-hole parkland par 71 course. Set in rolling hills, its tree lined fairways and tight greens present a considerable challenge while its relatively even terrain and 5,600-metre length makes it ideal for family golf.

Ennis Golf Club, founded in 1907, is situated in County Clare, in the heart of Irelands scenic Mid-West, some 30 km from Clare's idyllic coastline and the famous 200m high Cliffs of Moher, and the limestone landscapes of the Burren.

Ennis GC is an immaculately manicured 18-hole, Par 70, parkland course.

It's tree lined fairways and tight greens present a considerable challenge, while it's relatively even terrain of 5600m make it an ideal course for the holiday and society golfer.

Our club is noted for it's hospitality and the members and staff extend a warm welcome to visitors and societies. We particularly welcome societies and we can offer a variety of packages to contribute to the enjoyment of your society members.

Our state of the art clubhouse opened in 1999. Overlooking the course, it has a large modern lounge bar, dining room, ladies and gents showers, visitors lockers changing rooms and a large car park.

Ennis GC is located 20 km from Shannon International Airport. Shannon is a one or two hour flight from most European cities with regular flights throughout the summer months.

The club opened its magnificent new clubhouse facilities in June 1999. Visitors from home and abroad are made welcome in the well-designed lounge and dining area, both of which provide panoramic views of the course and the beauty of the surrounding countryside.

Green Fees Midweek:

€20

Green Fees Weekends & B.H.:

€25

Green Fees Fourball Midweek: €80
Green Fees Fourball Weekends: €100

Green Fees with a Member:

€17.50/20

Green Fees for Opens:

€15

Practice area:

Yes

Club hire:

Yes

Buggy hire:

Yes

Soft Spikes:

No

Full Membership Fee: €400
Entrance Fee: None
Course Type Parkland
No Holes 18
Members 974
Designer Nature
Founded 1912
Address

Drumbiggle,
Ennis,
Co. Clare

Telephone 065-6824074
Email info@ennisgolfclub.com
Website Ennis golf club website

General Manager:

Gerry Hannon

Captain:

Jim Horgan

Lady Captain:

Ann O’Loughlin

President:

John Finn

Vice-Captains’:

Bernard Hanrahan & Sinead Hegarty

Hon. Secretary:

Steve Burns, Michael Cummins & Annamarie Darmody

Club Pro:

Martin Ward

Hon. Treasurer:

John Gaffney, Alf Duggan & Emmanuel McMahon

Comp. Secretary Pat McInerney & Joan Cullinan Coote
Ennis Golf Course Layout Course Layout

Location Map

GPS Coord*
Lat:52.842308
Long:-9.000850
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General Facts & Information

Course opening hours: ;Daylight hours

Clubhouse opening hours: 9.00am to 11.00pm

Mobile phones: Not on course

Dress Code: Neat and casual, no denim

Catering: Full catering, facilities

Days to Avoid: Tuesdays after 3.30pm

Green Fees and Societies Welcome: Other times

Pre-booking for open tournaments: 14 Days in advance

Ennis Golf Club Fixtures 2017 provisional*

Open & Major Fixtures 2017 (to be Confirmed)        

Event

Start 

Finish 

Type 

Duration 

Captains' Drive-In 

Thursday 5 January 

 

Closed 

1

Lady Captain's Prize to the Men

Saturday 24 June
Sunday 25 June Closed 2

Lady Captain's Prize to the Men 

Sunday 25 June

 

Closed 

1

Lady Captain's Prize Sunday 9 July   Closed 1

Captain's Prize to the Ladies

Saturday 22 July   Closed 1

Captain's Prize 

Saturday 29 July

Sunday 30 July

Closed 

2

Captain's Prize 

Sunday 30 July

 

Closed

1

President's Prize

Saturday 12 August

Sunday 13 August

Closed

2

President's Prize

Sunday 13 August

 

Closed

1

L. & G. Singles Stableford

Friday 31 March

 

Open

1

L. & G. Fourball Tuesday 4 April   Open 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford

Friday 7 April

 

Open

1

L. & G. Fourball Tuesday 11 April   Open 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford Friday 14 April   Open 1
L. & G. Fourball Tuesday 18 April   Open 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford Friday 21 April   Open 1
L. & G. Fourball Tuesday 25 April   Open 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford Friday 28 April
  Open 1
Mixed Foursomes Monday 1 May   Open 1
L. & G. Fourball Tuesday 2 May   Open 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford Friday 5 May
  Open 1
L. & G. Fourball Tuesday 9 May   Open 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford Friday 12 May
  Open 1

L. & G. Fourball

Tuesday 16 May

 

Open

1

L. & G.Singles Stableford

Friday 19 May

 

Open

1

Junior Scratch Cup Sunday 21 May   Open 1
L. & G. Fourball Tuesday 23 May   Open 1
L. & G.Singles Stableford

Friday 26 May

 

Open

1

L. & G. Fourball Tuesday 30 May
  Open 1
L. & G.Singles Stableford

Friday 2 June

 

Open

1

L. & G. Fourball Tuesday 6 June   Open 1
L. & G.Singles Stableford

Friday 9 June

 

Open

1

L. & G. Fourball Tuesday 13 June   Open 1
L. & G.Singles Stableford

Friday 16 June

 

Open

1

L. & G. Fourball Tuesday 20 June   Open 1
L. & G.Singles Stableford

Friday 23 June

 

Open

1

L. & G. Fourball Tuesday 27 June   Open 1
L. & G.Singles Stableford

Friday 30 June

 

Open

1

L. & G. Fourball Tuesday 4 July
  Open 1
L. & G.Singles Stableford Friday 7 July   Open 1
L. & G. Fourball Tuesday 11 July   Open 1

Start of Open Week

Thursday 13 July

Friday 21 July

Open

9

Boys' & Girls' Singles Stableford

Thursday 13 July

 

Open

1

L. & G. Singles Stableford

Friday 14 July

 

Open

1

L. & G. Fourball Betterball Stableford

Saturday 15 July

 

Open

1

L. & G. 4-Person Team Event

Sunday 16 July

 

Open

1

3-Ball Scramble any combination

Monday 17 July

 

Open

1

L. & G. 3-Ball Scramble

Tuesday 18 July

 

Open

1

L. & G. 3-Person Team Event

Wednesday 19 July

 

Open

1

4-Person Team Event

Thursday 20 July

 

Open

1

L. & G. Singles Stableford

Friday 21 July

 

Open

1

L. & G.Singles Stableford Friday 28 July   Open 1
Mixed Foursomes Monday 31 July
  Open 1
L. & G. Fourball Tuesday 1 August   Open 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford Friday 4 August   Open 1
L. & G. Fourball Tuesday 8 August   Open 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford

Friday 11 August

 

Open

1

L. & G. Fourball Tuesday 15 August   Open 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford

Friday 18 August

 

Open

1

L. & G. Fourball Tuesday 22 August   Open 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford

Friday 25 August

 

Open

1

L. & G. Fourball Tuesday 29 August
  Open 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford

Friday 1 September

 

Open

1

L. & G. Fourball Tuesday 5 September   Open 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford

Friday 8 September

 

Open

1

L. & G. Fourball Tuesday 12 September   Open 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford

Friday 15 September

 

Open

1

L. & G. Fourball Tuesday 19 September   Open 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford

Friday 22 September

 

Open

1

L. & G. Fourball Tuesday 26 September   Open 1

L. & G. Singles Stableford

Friday 29 September

 

Open

1

L. & G. Fourball Tuesday 3 October   Open 1

L. & G. Singles Stableford

Friday 6 October

 

Open

1

L. & G. Fourball Tuesday 10 October   Open 1

L. & G. Singles Stableford

Friday 13 October

 

Open

1

L. & G. Fourball Tuesday 17 October   Open 1

L. & G. Singles Stableford

Friday 20 October

 

Open

1

Open Weekend

Saturday 21 October

Monday 23 October

Open

3

Open Weekend

Sunday 22 October

 

Open

1

Open Weekend

Monday 23 October

 

Open

1

L. & G. Singles Stableford Wednesday 25 October   Open 1

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Card of the Course

KeyData
White Par 70 SSS 70 5,724 m
Yellow Par 70 SSS 69 5,492 m
Red Par 73 SSS 73 5,104 m

Card

Hole

White

Yellow

Par

Index

Red

Par

Index

1

315

309

4

8

305

4

5

2

110

110

3

18

110

3

17

3

313

305

4

12

298

4

7

4

279

268

4

14

260

4

9

5

339

331

4

6

324

4

1

6

419

414

4

2

408

5

11

7

145

139

3

10

132

3

13

8

361

348

4

4

321

4

3

9

493

479

5

16

371

5

15

Out

2,792

2,703

35

 

2,529

36

 

10

360

338

4

5

279

4

4

11

314

304

4

17

290

4

10

12

417

393

4

1

377

5

14

13

162

154

3

11

146

3

16

14

409

382

4

3

373

5

18

15

299

293

4

15

245

4

12

16

182

169

3

7

156

3

8

17

321

303

4

9

271

4

2

18

468

453

5

13

438

5

6

In

2,932

2,789

35

 

2,575

37

 

Total

5,724

5,492

70

 

5,104

73

 

SSS

70

69

 

 

73

 

 

Notable rounds

Men's Course Record: Am: 66 Stephen Loftus 12th August 2007  Pro: 66 Paddy Skerritt

Ladies Course Record: 71 Tricia Mangan

Members Achievements

Ennis Golf Club won the All-Ireland J. B. Carr Diamond Trophy at Woodenbridge Golf Club when the beat Galway Golf Club in the decider.
The team was Eamon Curry, Paddy Cahill, John Finn, Sean O’Gorman, Tony Kehoe, Michael Culliney, Matt Flynn, Jim Scully, Aidan Lynch, Tom Pilkington, Larry O’Farrelly, Brendan O’Loughlin, Paul Higgins Noel Pyne, and Luke Coote they were managed by Jimmy McNamara.

The Girls’ of Ennis Golf Club won the All-Ireland Girls Interclub Championship when they beat Co. Louth Golf Club by 2½-matches to a ½-match at Massereene Golf Club on Tuesday 26th August 2008. They met Connaught Champions Co. Sligo in the All-Ireland Semi-Final and were led by Diandra O'Connell (7) who halved her with Holly Robinson (12), she was followed by Diane Hennessy (17) who beat Amy Gaynor (12) by 3 and 2, in the bottom match Aoife Pyne (19) had a 4 and 3 win over Amber Gleeson (13). They met the Leinster Champions in the All-Ireland Final and were led again by Diandra O'Connell (7) who won her match by 2 and 1 against Sarah Murray (5), she was followed by Diane Hennessy (17) who recorded a 4 and 3 win over Rebecca O'Reilly (22), the bottom match of Aoife Pyne (19) was halved against Emer O'Shea (35). 

The Ladies of Ennis Golf Club won the Southern District Final of the Suzuki Irish Senior Cup at Monkstown Golf Club on Sunday 11th May 2008.

They met Douglas Golf Club in the regional decider and won by 3-matches to 2-matches; they were led by Sarah Cunningham (3) who beat Eavan Higgins (2) by 4 and 2, next up was Pamela Murphy(3) who lost her match against Karen O'Neill (4) by 3 and 2, she was followed by Maura McNicholas(3) who won her match by 1-hole against Kate MacCann (4), in the penultimate match Diandra O'Connell (7) had a comfortable 4 and 3 win over Ailish Thompson (6), the bottom match of Claire Ruane(10) was lost to Aoife Lane (6) by 4 and 3.

They made their way to Galway Golf Club to compete in the National deciders and were drawn against Kilkenny Golf Club in the All-Ireland quarter-final and lost out by 3½-matches to 1½-matches. They were led again by Sarah Cunningham who won her match by 4 and 2 against Eileen Rose Power, she was followed by Pamela Murphy who lost out to Mary Dowling by 5 and 4, next up was Maura McNicholas who went to the 19th-hole before conceding the point to Ann Smee, in the penultimate match Ciara Pender lost her match by 2-holes to Mary Leahy-Browne, the bottom match of Diandra O'Connell was halved with Evelyn Crotty.

The Ladies' of Ennis Golf Club celebrated the Clubs Centenary in some style when they won their first All-Ireland Suzuki Senior Cup at Milltown Golf Club on Saturday 1st September 2007; coincidently Milltown were also celebrating their Centenary Year.

They met Galway Golf Club in the Quarter-Finals on the Friday and recorded a 3 ½ matches to 1 ½ match win over the ladies from Salthill.

First on the tee was Maura McNicholas against Sarah Faller who lost her match by 6 and 4, she was followed by Pamela Murphy who halved her match against Orla Barry. Next up was Sarah Cunningham who won he match against Doireann Carney by 2 and 1, the penultimate match of Valerie Hassett against Geraldine Neville saw the very experienced Valerie deliver a vital 3 and 2 win for Ennis. The bottom match of young Ciara Pender against Sheelagh Kearney put Ennis into the All-Ireland Semi-Final against Co. Louth Golf Club on the Saturday Morning.

First up this time was Tricia McDonnell against Deirdre Smith who won her match by 4 and 3, she was followed by Pamela Murphy who halved her match against Jenny Gannon. Next up was Sarah Cunningham who won her match against Maria Dunne by 4 and 3. The penultimate match of Valerie Hassett against Carla Reynolds saw Valerie deliver a 4 and 3 win and a place in the final. The bottom match of Ciara Pender was halved against Karen Yates. They met the very experienced Royal Portrush Golf Club in the decider in the afternoon.

The same formation was retained and Tricia McDonnell won her match by 1-hole against Gemma Hegarty, Pamela Murphy lost her match by 4 and 3 against Helen Jones, Sarah Cunningham had a 2 and 1 win over Lisa McMeekin, Valerie Hassett halved her match with Lucy Simpson and Ciara Pender had a 4 and 3 win over Sonya Verschuur to deliver the “Blue Ribbon” of Ladies Golf.

The Girls’ of Ennis Golf Club won the Regional Final of the Allgrip Girls’ Under-19 Interclub competition in 2007; and went to Westport Golf Club on Tuesday 28th August to compete in the All-Ireland decider, where they were drawn against the girls from Mountbellew in the Semi-Finals and the eventual winners.

First on the tee was Sarah Cunningham against Laura Burke who lost her match by 7 and 6, she was followed by Diandra O'Connell who lost her match to Aoife Fallon by 8 and 6, the bottom match Ciara Pender against Michelle Burke was called in giving Mountbellew a 2 ½ matches to ½ victory. What drew my attention to these young ladies was that all three were single figure handicappers, indeed two of them Ciara Pender and Sarah Cunningham were on the victorious Senior Cup team, so all looks good for ladies golf at Ennis.

The Girls’ from Ennis Golf Club were runners-up the All-Ireland Inter-Club Championship at Balbriggan Golf Club on Tuesday 29th August 2006. They beat Kilkenny Golf Club by 2 and halve matches to a halve match in the morning but went down to Ennis by 2 matches in the All-Ireland Final in the afternoon. The team on the day was Diandra O’Connor, Ciara Pender, Sarah Cunningham with Elaine Kelly as reserve.

Niamh Henri-Benzy was the Overall Gross winner of the ILGU Prizes held at Castletroy Golf on Monday 28th August, playing off a handicap of 10 she returned a score of 22 Stableford Points.

Frances Burke won the Silver Category of the ILGU Prizes held at Castletroy Golf on Monday 28th August, playing off a handicap of 11 she returned a score of 32 Stableford Points.

Mia McEvoy won the Bronze Category of the ILGU Prizes held at Castletroy Golf on Monday 28th August, playing off a handicap of 35 she returned a score of 32 Stableford Points.

Representing Munster in the May Fitzgibbon National Finals at Greystones Golf Club on Monday 24th July 2006, Aoife Lowry together with Diandra O’Connell, from Ennis Golf Club beat Carmel O’Connor and Tara Fahy, both from Westport Golf Club by 2-holes in the afternoon final. They beat Niamh McEvoy and Lisa Boyle, both from Malahide in the morning semi-final. They were in devastating form when they brushed aside the Leinster pair by 6 and 5.

Niamh Kitching won her first Senior title when she had a magnificent Scratch Cup at the Curragh Golf Club on Sunday 23rd July 2006. She shot rounds of 68 followed by a 65. Her second round comprised of a birdie at the 5th followed by an eagle on the 9th, then she birdied the 11th, 12th and 15th. She beat her nearest rival Danielle McVeigh from Royal Co. Down by 5 clear shots, she was followed by Sinead O’Sullivan from Galway Golf Club and Maura Morrin from the home club on 143.

Stephanie Meadow won the Lancôme Girls’ Championship at Malone Golf Club on 21st July 2006. She beat Louise Coffey from Warrenpoint Golf Club in the Semi-Final by 5 and 4. Victoria Bradshaw from Bangor Golf Club was her opponent in the final but Stephanie had another comfortable 5 and 4 win to clinch the Championship.

Sinead Keane won the Zara Bolton Scratch Trophy at Royal Portrush Golf Club on Sunday 25th June 2006. Shooting rounds of 79 and 75 she was 5-shots better than Helen Jones of Strabane Golf Club who shot 159 and Naoimh Quigg from the City of Derry Golf Club who shot 162 to take the 3rd prize. Sinead’s second round of par 75 set a new course record for the Dunluce course.

Martina Gillen won the Irish Ladies Open Stroke Play Championship at Co. Sligo Golf Club on 2nd July 2006. Shooting rounds of 75, 80 and a blistering closing round of 69, left Deirdre Smith of Co. Louth 3-shots off the pace on 227, Tara Delaney of Carlow Golf Club a shot further back to take 3rd place. Her 3rd round of 69 set a new course record on this challenging course.

Frances Arthurs won the Silver Medal at the All-Ireland Finals of the ILGU at Thurles Golf Club on 22nd May 2006.

Veronica McGreevy won the LGU Silver Medal at Nenagh Golf Club on 22nd May 2006. She a fantastic 82 off an 11-handicap to record a 71 net to win by 2-clear shots from Phil Crotty off 17 on 73 net.

Tricia Mangan won the Lancôme Irish Ladies Championship at The European Club on 17th May 2006. Defending her title she beat Deirdre Smith of Co. Louth Golf Club in the Semi-Final by a single hole. In the afternoon she met Martina Gillian from Beaverstown and beat her by 2 and 1.

Deirdre Smith won her 3rd Scratch Cup of 2006 when she won the McLoughlin’s Hermitage Scratch Cup on Sunday 7th May, having already won at Cork and Royal Co. Down. She shot rounds of 75 and 74, to beat Maura Morrin from the Curragh Golf Club on a count-back with Mary Seymour of Roscommon 2-shots back in 3rd on 151.

Eileen Rose Power won the Vaughan Scratch Cup at Lahinch Golf Club on 22nd April 2006, she shot rounds of 74 and 82 to F. Carroll and Niamh Kitching by 3 clear shots.

The Girls' from Ennis Golf Club were runners-up the All-Ireland Inter-Club Championship at Balbriggan Golf Club on Tuesday 29th August 2006. They beat Kilkenny Golf Club by 2 and halve matches to a halve match in the morning but went down to Ennis by 2 matches in the All-Ireland Final in the afternoon. The team on the day was Diandra O'Connor, Ciara Pender, Sarah Cunningham with Elaine Kelly as reserve.

Tricia Mangan won the Lancôme Irish Ladies Championship at The European Club on 17th May 2006. Defending her title she beat Deirdre Smith of Co. Louth Golf Club in the Semi-Final by a single hole. In the afternoon she met Martina Gillian from Beaverstown and beat her by 2 and 1.

The Ladies of Ennis Golf Club won the Munster Final of the Suzuki Senior Cup in 2005; and were runners-up in the All-Ireland Final at Woodstock Golf Club on Saturday 3rd September when Royal Portrush’s Ladies Club won by 3½-matches to 1½-matches.

They met Curragh Golf Club in the All-Ireland Semi-Final and recorded a 3½-matches to 1½-matches victory over them on the Saturday morning, they were led by Tricia Mangan who had a 2 and 1 win over Maura Morrin she was followed by Maura McNicholas who lost her match by 4 and 3 against Sinead Keane, next up was Pamela Murphy who recorded a halve against Mary McNally, in the penultimate match Valerie Hassett had a comfortable 4 and 2 win over Catherine Joyce, in the bottom match Sarah Cunningham had a crushing 5 and 4 win over Judith Lynch.     

They met the Ladies from Portrush in the afternoons decider and were led again by Tricia Mangan who had a crushing 5 and 4 win over Helen Jones, she was followed by Maura McNicholas who lost by 4 and 3 to Gemma Hegarty, next up was Pamela Murphy who lost her match by 2 and 1 against Naoimh Quigg, in the penultimate match Valerie Hassett lost to Maura Diamond by 4 and 2, the bottom match Sarah Cunningham halved her match with Stephanie Meadow.

 The team was, Tricia Mangan, Maura McNicholas, Pamela Murphy, Valerie Hassett, Sarah Cunningham, Anne Brennan and Anne-Marie Russell, they were managed by Kitty Morris.

 The team was, Tricia Mangan, Maura McNicholas, Pamela Murphy, Valerie Hassett, Sarah Cunningham, Anne Brennan and Anne-Marie Russell, they were managed by Kitty Morris.

The Girls' of Ennis Golf Club won the Munster Final of the ILGU Junior Girls' Inter-Club Challenge in 2004, when the team was, Sarah Cunningham, Rachel Pyne and Elaine Kelly, they were managed by Jean Maloney.

Tricia Mangan was selected on the Irish Ladies team for the Home Internationals where they retained the trophy and recorded their 7th victory, played at Royal Porthcawl from 8th to 10th September 2004.

Pamela Murphy was selected on the Munster ILGU Team for the Interprovincial's played at Ballybunion Golf Club from 18th to 20th August 2004.

Valerie Hassett, whom I had the pleasure of meeting at Lahinch Golf Club after the South of Ireland Championship, was selected on the Irish Ladies for the 22nd European Team Championship in Helsinki, where they finished fourth, behind France, Italy and Switzerland in July 2002. Valerie shot rounds of 72 and 80. 

Valerie Hassett was selected on the Irish Senior Ladies team that played in the European Senior Ladies' Championship at the Schonenberg Golf Club, in Switzerland on the 3rd to the 7th of September 2001. She was also on the team that played England at Woodbrook Golf Club on 21st and 22nd October 2001.

Tricia Mangan was on the Vagliano Trophy team and was selected on the Munster ILGU Team for the Interprovincial's played at Ballybunion Golf Club from 18th to 20th August 2004.

Tricia Mangan was selected on the Munster Ladies team for the AIB Interprovincial Championships at Mount Wolseley Golf Club from August 7-9 2002. She played at The Island Golf Club from the 8th to the 10th August 2001.

Noel Pyne won the Greg Young Memorial Trophy at Lahinch Golf Club in October 2001.

Prior to 2001:

Ennis Golf Club won the All-Ireland Irish Mixed Foursomes at Monkstown G. C. in 1985, when the team was, Pat Hennessy and Vera Madden, Noel Pyne and Anne Roche, Brian Gilligan and Noreen Doohan, Des Mahon and Mary Fanning, Noel Gilligan and Bridget Hoey, they were managed by Bernard Hoey and

Ennis Golf Club won the All-Ireland Irish Schools Championship in 1993, when the team was, Seamus McEnery, Omar Bhamjee, T. J. Scanlan, Damien O'Connell and Donal McSweeney (Charleville G. C.) they were managed by Rev. Fr. Moloney.

They won the All-Ireland Aer Lingus Schools Championship in 1985, when the team was, Thomas O'Halloran, Brian Gilligan, Eoin Doohan and John Hoey, they were managed by James Meade.

The Girls of Ennis Golf Club won the All-Ireland Smurfit Juvenile Girls' Golf Championship in 1987, when the team was, Niamh Roche, Maureen O'Donnell and Mary Naughton they were managed by Jean Molony.

They won the Munster Final of the Irish Junior Cup in 1971, when the team was, Michael Lyons, Joe Moran, Eddie Ryan, Seamus McMahon, Gerry Roche and Michael Culliney, they were managed by Rev. P. Malone.

Ennis won the Munster Final of the Jimmy Bruen Shield in 1990, when the team was, Michael Hynes and Gerry Stack, Noel Gilligan and Tommy Mee, Paddy Coleman and Sean Hurley, Frank Kearse and Jim McMahon, Sean Brennan and Tom Glynn, they were managed by Bernard Hoey.

They won the Munster Final of the Irish Mixed Foursomes in 1984, when the team was, Donal Kenny and Kitty McNicholas, Gerry and Anne Roche, Sean Brennan and Bridget Hoey, Noel Pyne and Mary Fanning, Ray Hennessy and Vera Madden, they were managed by Bernard Hoey and

They won the Munster Final of the Irish Mixed Foursomes in 1978, when the team was, Donal Kenny and Chris Meaney, Michael Hayes and Pat Ramsey, Don Moroney and Anna Glynn, Brendan Considine and Vera Madden, Brendan and May McMahon, they were managed by Sean Hurley and Mary Fanning.

They won the Munster Final of the Irish Mixed Foursomes in 1977, when the team was, Brendan McMahon and Pat Ramsey, Brendan Considine and Patricia Kennedy, Seamus McMahon and Mary Carey, Michael Hynes and Nancy Burke, Brendan and Bridget Hoey, they were managed by Conor Connolly and Valerie Hassett.

They won the Munster Final of the Irish Mixed Foursomes for the first time in 1976, when the team was, Christy Guerin and Pat Ramsey, Brendan McMahon and Ann O'Sullivan, Michael Hynes and Nancy Burke, Noel Pyne and Vera Madden, Brendan and Bridget Hoey, they were managed by Conor Connolly and Valerie Hassett.

They won the Munster Final of the Irish Club Youths' Championship in 1988, when the team was, John Hoey, Brian Gilligan and Bob Loftus, they were managed by James Meade.

They won the Munster Final of the Aer Lingus Youths in 1979, when the team was, Ray Hennessy, Ronan Culligan and Harry Bugler, they were managed by James Meade.  

The Ladies of Ennis Golf Club won the Munster Final of the ILGU Senior Cup in 1993.

The Ladies of Ennis Golf Club won the Munster Final of the ILGU Junior Cup in 1987.

The Ladies of Ennis Golf Club won the Munster Final of the ILGU Intermediate League in 1996, 1995 and 1989.

The Girls' of Ennis Golf Club won the Munster Final of the ILGU Smurfit Juvenile Girls Golf in 1991, when the team was, Tricia Mangan, Marissa Connolly, Triona Waters and Martina Neylon.

The Girls' of Ennis Golf Club won the Munster Final of the ILGU Smurfit Juvenile Girls Golf in 1987, when the team was, Niamh Roche, Maureen O'Donnell and Mary Naughton, they were managed by Jane Molony.

Ennis Golf Club had the following members who were part of the All-Ireland Senior and Minor Hurling Champions in 1997, they were Anthony Daly, Ken Morrissey, Sean McMahon and James O'Connor all members of the Senior Team with Colm Mullen and Ronan Cooney on the Minor team.

Vincent Nevin represented Ireland on 67 occasions from 1960 to 1973.

Pat Lyons played for Ireland in 1986,

Tricia Mangan was selected on the ILGU Senior A squad in November 2000 and was on the Ladies Senior Munster team which played in the Interprovincial Championship at Portstewart G.C. from the 9th to the 11th August, 2000. She won 5 of her 6 matches As a result, she was selected to represent Ireland in the Home Internationals in Royal St. David's, Fishguard. Tricia played in the Ladies Home Internationals at Longriddry in 1996 she was a reserve at Lahinch Golf Club in 1997 and was capped again at Burnham and Berrow in 1998. She represented Ireland in the European Ladies Championship at Saint Nom La Bretecht, France in 1992 and again at the Colony Golf Club, Vienna in 1994 and was on the Girls Home International team at Moseley Golf Club in 1992 and Whitechurch Golf Club in 1991 and at Penrith Golf Club in 1990. 

Stephen Loftus, Jnr. won the Kerry Boys Championship.

Ennis won the North Munster Section of the Barton Shield and were beaten in the Munster Final by Killarney in Killarney. The team was Noel Pyne, Ray Hennessy, Tom Saunders, Liam Pyne, Bob Loftus and Stephen Loftus Jnr.

Valerie Hassett was British Seniors Champion in 1998, runner-up in 1999, Canadian Senior Champion in 1999 and runner-up in the U. S. A. Seniors the same year. She won the Munster Senior Championship in 1999 and represented Munster the same year, together with Paula Gorman, she won the Stroke Play Foursomes in 1991.

History of Ennis

Instituted 1897 affiliated 1910
Golf was first played at Ennis in 1897. It would appear it went into decline until 1907, when it was revived again, with a membership of ninety, both men’s and ladies’ subscriptions were the same at ten shillings. It is interesting to note there were three ladies on the committee. The course measured 2,500 yards.

Roll of Honour

Member

Year

Hon. Position

Margaret Cooney

1989

Ladies Captain

Bernard Hoey

1989

Men's Captain

Sean Connolly

1989

President

Beatrice Foley

1990

Ladies Captain

Michael Neylon

1990

Men's Captain

Sean Connolly

1990

President

Kay Gallagher

1991

Ladies Captain

John Normoyle

1991

Men's Captain

J. J. Coyne

1991

President

Bernie Brooks

1992

Ladies Captain

Pat Deegan

1992

Men's Captain

J. J. Coyne

1992

President

Ann Kehoe

1993

Ladies Captain

Tim Ryan

1993

Men's Captain

Tom Mannion

1993

President

Kitty Morris

1994

Ladies Captain

Jim O'Connor

1994

Men's Captain

Tom Mannion

1994

President

Sue Lillis

1995

Ladies Captain

Tony Kehoe

1995

Men's Captain

Gary Stack

1995

President

Pat Ramsey

1996

Ladies Captain

Sean Brennan

1996

Men's Captain

Gary Stack

1996

President

Mary Connolly

1997

Ladies Captain

Joe Dilleen

1997

Men's Captain

Larry O'Farrelly

1997

President

Noreen Murphy

1998

Ladies Captain

Bill Leacy

1998

Men's Captain

Larry O'Farrelly

1998

President

Frances O'Reilly

1999

Ladies Captain

Pierce Cahill

1999

Men's Captain

Kay Gallagher

1999

President

Mrs Mary Gardner

2000

Ladies Captain

Mr Jackie Morris

2000

Men's Captain

Mrs Kay Gallagher

2000

President

Mrs Carmel Cummins

2001

Ladies Captain

Mr Michael Vaughan

2001

Men's Captain

Michael Conway

2001

President

Maura Ryan

2002

Ladies Captain

Jim Cooney

2002

Men's Captain

Michael Connolly

2002

President

Josie Dilger

2003

Ladies Captain

Tom Saunders

2003

Men's Captain

Bill Leacy

2003

President

Teresa Felle

2004

Ladies Captain

Tommy Timpson

2004

Men's Captain

Bill Leacy

2004

President

Nancy Curran

2005

Ladies Captain

Steve Burns

2005

Men's Captain

Jackie Morris

2005

President

Noreen Farrlley

2006

Ladies Captain

John Finn

2006

Men's Captain

Jackie Morris

2006

President

Eileen Corry

2007

Ladies Captain

Brendan Colton

2007

Men's Captain

Noel Pyne

2007

President

Rita O'Brien

2008

Ladies Captain

Maurice Walshe

2008

Men's Captain

Noel Pyne

2008

President

Marianne McGough

2009

Ladies Captain

Tom Fox

2009

Men's Captain

Vera Madden

2009

President

Ann Kelly

2010

Ladies Captain

Padraig Ryan

2010

Men's Captain

Vera Madden

2010

President

Ann Kelly

2011

Ladies Captain

Padraig Ryan

2011

Men's Captain

Vera Madden

2011

President

Phil Butler

2012

Ladies Captain

Mick Butler

2012

Men's Captain

Kitty Morris

2012

President

Mary McMahon

2013

Ladies Captain

Des Neyulon

2013

Men's Captain

Kitty Morris

2013

President

Claire Ruane 2014 Ladies Captain
Grrry Cunningham 2014 Men's Captain
Kitty Morris 2014 President
Barbara Foley 2015 Ladies Captain
Jason Woods 2015 Men's Captain
Tony Kehoe 2015 President
Noreen Courtney 2016 Ladies Captain
Liam McCannon 2016 Men's Captain
Tony Kehoe 2016 President
Ann O’Loughlin 2017 Ladies Captain
Jim Horgan 2017 Men's Captain
John Finn 2017 President
Diandra O'Connell 2017 Lowest Ladies Handicap
Claire Ruane 2017 Lowest Ladies Handicap

Noel Pyne (1)

2017

Lowest Men's Handicap

Holes in One at Ennis

 

Member

Date

Hole

Club Used

Distance

Beatrice Foley

 

 

 

 

Deirdre Moyneaux

 

 

 

 

Noreen Doohan

 

 

 

 

Alfrid Jones

 

 

 

 

Donal Brogan

 

 

 

 

John Guilfoyle

 

 

 

 

Michael Kearse

 

 

 

 

Matty Molyneaux

 

 

 

 

John Collins

 

 

 

 

Steve Burnes 15 September 1989 2nd 8-Iron 110 m
Steve Burnes 1 May 1995 13th 5-Wood 154 m
Steve Burnes 1 August 2001 16th 3-Wood 169 m

Mary O'Gorman

22 May 2003

7th

 

132 m

Patrick Whelan

25 April 2003

7th

 

140 m

Della Burns

 11 June 2006

2nd

5-Iron

120 m

William Leacy

24 June 2006

7th

 

140 m

Maura Ryan

9 April 2008

7th

 

132 m

Siobhan Dyar

21 June 2009

2nd

 

110 m

Tony Coote

23 June 2009

13th

 

154 m

Tony Coote 27 May 2013      
Roy Duggan 4 July 2013 7th   120 m
John McEntee 27 August 2013 2nd Wedge 110 m
Willie Moloney
2 June 2016
2nd
9-Iron
110 m