Ladies Golf News – up to 21st July

Ladies Golf;  Results; Tuesday July 18th.  1st.  Mary Lou Carroll 72 nett.

Social mixed;   Wednesday July 19th.  Was cancelled due to inclement weather.

Lady Captain Josie Bourke’s Prize will take place on Tuesday July 25th. and Sunday July 30th.

The Ladies Social Mix is a great social event.  All members should make a special effort to participate each Wednesday evening at 6.30pm.  Followed by the hospitality of Tea, Sandwiches, Scones and Banter. A wonderful event.

Ladies golf news up to Friday 14th July

Ladies Golf;  Results; Tuesday July 4th. 18 hole  Stableford  Club Competition;  1st.  Ann O Rourke (23) 36pts.

Tuesday July 12th.;   18 hole stableford sponsored by Butler’s Farm Machinery Templetuohy.  1st.  Margie Costigan(25) 36pts.  2nd.  Sadie Tynan(17) 34pts.  3rd.  Josie Bourke(13) 34 pts.

Social mixed;   Wednesday July 13th.  1st.  Mary Hogan, Seamus Bourke, Michael Webster 25.3.   2nd.  Paul Tuohy, Declan Kelly, Breda Murphy 26.2 .  3rd.  Mary Ryan, Liam Daly, Eileen Curtin, John Coleman 26.2.

Lady Captain Josie Bourke’s Prize will take place on Tuesday July 25th. and Sunday July 30th.  please sign on clubhouse notice board with your preference for draw time before Friday July 21st.  Best of luck to all and let’s hope for fine weather.

The Ladies Social Mix is a great social event.  All members should make a special effort to participate each Wednesday evening at 6.30pm.  Followed by the hospitality of Tea, Sandwiches, Scones and Banter. A wonderful event.

Ladies News up to 16th June

Ladies Golf;  Results; Tuesday 13th June, 18 hole stableford sponsored by centenary Co-op.  We had an outstanding score from one of our new members . Lorraine Bourke (35) returned a score of 47 points. It certainly is quite some time since such a high score was recorded in the club.  Congratulations Lorraine.  In 2nd place was Sadie Tynan(17) with a score of 33points from Sara Hearne (31) also with 33points.

The Social mixed on Wednesday was won by Johnny Coleman, Sara Hearne and Eileen Curtain with a score of 27.9.  In 2nd place Brendan Russell, Michael Webster and Mary Moore, with a score of 29.  Hard luck to the mixed team who performed well on Saturday in Thurles but unfortunately didn’t make it to the winning enclosure. We hope to see lots of people on the golf course this week with the promise of nice weather !

The Ladies Social Mix is a great social Mix event.  All members should make a special effort to participate in this great Social event each Wednesday evening at 6.30pm. Followed by the hospitality of Tea, Sandwiches, Scones and Banter. A wonderful event.

Ladies News up to 9th June

Ladies Golf; The Ladies Social Mix is a great social Mix event.  All members should make a special effort to participate in this great Social event each Wednesday evening at 6.30pm. Followed by the Ladies Hospitality of Tea, Sandwiches, Scones and Banter. A wonderful event and all the Ladies are to be congratulated for organising this event.  Well done.

30th. May, Tuesday, 18 Hole Stroke. 1st. Sadie Tynan (17) 72.  2nd. Bernie Stapleton (26) 72.  3rd. Mary Ann Maher (22) 75
31st. May, Wednesday Social Mixed,  1st. Team, Sara Hearne, Ann Hogg, Brendan Russell, 29.8.  2nd. Team, Ann O Rourke, Sile Keely, Pat O’Connell 29.9.
6th. June, Tuesday, 18h, Hole Stableford, 1st. Lorraine Bourke (35) 34pts.  2nd.  Sheila Delaney (12) 34pts.

Ladies Golf up to 2nd June

Ladies Golf; The Ladies Social Mix is gathering momentum.  All members should make a special effort to participate in this great Social event each Wednesday evening at 6.30pm. Followed by their hospitality of Tea, Sandwiches, scones and banter. A wonderful event and all the Ladies are to be congratulated for organising this event.  Keep it up Ladies and well done

Ladies results – 26th May

Ladies Golf; The Ladies Social Mix is gathering momentum.  All members should make a special effort to participate in this great Social event each Wednesday evening at 6.30pm. Followed by their hospitality of Tea, Sandwiches, scones and banter. A wonderful event and all the Ladies are to be congratulated for organising this event.  Keep it up Ladies and well done.

Ladies Results;   

Tuesday 16th. May.  1st. Mary Ann Maher 34 points.  2nd. Lorraine Bourke 33 points.

Social Mixed Wed. 17th. May. 1st. Team, Seamus Bourke, John Greed, Eileen Curtin.  2nd. Team, Jerry Keegan, Frank Shortt, Maura Sheehan.

Tuesday 23rd.  1st. Olivia Collins 34 pts.  2nd. Shiela Delaney .34 pts. and 3rd. Sadie Tynan. 34pts.

Social Mixed Wed. 24th. May. 1st. Team.  Ann Kennedy, Joan Short, Martin Gleeson.  2nd. Team, Seamus Bourke, Maura Sheehan, Margaret Deegan.

Ladies News up to 19th May

Ladies Golf; The Ladies Social Mix is gathering momentum.  All members should make a special effort to participate in this great Social event each Wednesday evening at 6pm. Followed by their hospitality of Tea, Sandwiches, scones and banter. A wonderful event and all are to be congratulated for organising the event.  Keep it up Ladies and well done.

Ladies Social Mixed Results

3rd May.  Ladies Social Mixed; (on Wed Evenings @ 6pm.) 1st. Denny Touhy, Joe O’ Connor, Josie Bourke.  2nd. Timmy Touhy, Matt Butler, Ambrose Purcell.

Munster Finals of Irish Ladies Golf Union

Congratulations to the ladies of Templemore Golf Club on their tremendous win over the ladies from Dromoland Golf Club in the Munster Finals of Irish Ladies Golf Union Inter Club Championships (Minor Cup) played in Clonmel.

It is a great achievement for Templemore Club to progress so far in this hotly contested competition. The competition began last April with close to seventy teams taking part from all over Munster, and has been running right through the summer.

The team had success all the way and at times couldn’t believe their good fortune when overcoming bigger clubs like Clonmel, Slievenamon, Mitchelstown, East Cork, Dooks and finally Dromoland on Sat last.

Templemore Golf Club is very proud of these ladies who have raised the profile of the club to a national level. Well done and thanks also to the caddies and manager Margie. The ladies say they met some smashing people from all the various clubs and must also add that they had great fun along the way. ‘On the several trips to Cork – to either Fota or Douglas clubs some of our people hadn’t quite figured out the Dunkettle Roundabout – on one occasion ending up at the Crematorium in Little Island – we did promise no name-dropping – they know who they are….’