The 12th Annual CLUB Limerick Golf Event to take place in May

The launch of the 12th Annual CLUB Limerick Golf event took place recently at Castletroy Golf Club.

The 12th Annual CLUB Limerick Golf Event will take place at Castletroy Golf Club on Thursday 12th & Friday 13th May of this year.

The funds raised from this now well established fundraiser go to preparing all Limerick teams to compete at the highest level and also enabling the Limerick County Board to embark on Capital Projects providing facilities for future generations to enjoy.

The 18 Hold Stableford Competition is open to Ladies & Gents Team with mixed teams also welcome.

On both dates of the event Golf Club manufacturers Callaway & Taylormade will have a presence with a special Longest Drive Competition on the 17th Fairway where golfers can try out the latest Driver technology.

One of the key fundraising initiatives in financially supporting Limerick teams has been the annual Club Limerick Golf Classic.

Chairperson of CLUB Limerick, Sean Scanlan thanked a number of people at the launch saying,

“Frank Hogan Skoda & their team for their sponsorship & support for this event also to Castletroy Golf Club for their cooperation & use of their facilities for our two day Golf event.”

Scanlan also went on to thank all corporate and business supporters and encouraged anyone interested to book a slot on time as it will be a busy schedule at Castletroy Golf Course.

Together with Mr Ron Hogan of Frank Hogan Skoda, who has noted they are honoured to be associated with the event and wished all involved every success, also attending the launch were members of the Castletroy Golf Club namely Captain Paul Micks and Chairperson Pat Quinlan, who thanked CLUB Limerick for choosing to continue to stage the two day event at their course. T

Limerick GAA would like to say a thank you to everyone for their support and a reminder to get booking your tee time by contacting Sean Scanlan, & avoid disappointment for what promises to be two great days for golfers.

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