Christmas is coming and so too is the Club AGM It will be on this Sunday December 10th @ 7pm in the clubhouse. There are a few important items for discussion so a good turn out is really important.
Notice of motions must be received by the Secretary, in writing, signed by the proposer and seconder at least 7 days before the date of the meeting.
The ladies AGM is on Tuesday 12th December @ 7.30pm. See notice in ladies locker room.
Results 14 holes December 2/3rd
1st Peter Ryan (19) 33pts
2nd Ivan Mooney (22) 32pts
14 holes again next week end. (5-18)
An impressive 45 golfers turned out for the Saturday Club at Tuam Golf Club last weekend and it was great to see such a huge atmosphere in the clubhouse. The inimitable Jack Treacy, a legend of the Saturday Club, was the winner with an incredibly impressive score of 31 points for 12 holes.
Result: 1, Jack Treacy (21) 31; 2, Austin Lydon (28) 29; 3, Bernie O’Brien (26) 29; 4, Tom McHugh (11) 28. It is a tribute to the quality of golf at this time of year that some 28 points and 27 points scores did not feature in the prizegiving.
We continue this Saturday with the regular 12 hole competition with a reminder that the ‘bottles’ outing will take place on Saturday, December 16. We have over 50 members at the moment and new members are invited this coming weekend. It is great to see new members like young Mark Colleran and Jack Davin being part of the Saturday Club because they are part of its future.
Week 4 of the Ladies Hamper can be played Friday to Monday and is over 12 holes (5-16)
Last weeks LOTTO was not won so it will be €14,500 next week. Margaret Gilligan, Ted Steede & Irene Clarke were the lucky dip winners. Play for €2 . Join weekly , monthly or annually for €100.
A very big Thank You to the very hardworking Race Night Committee , Joe Mullally Ann Treacy,, Dave Mahon, Sr Agnes, Murt Fallon,Bernard O Brien and Mary Burns who worked extremely hard to bring the night to the starting blocks and be the success it was.
A small reminder to repair pitch marks and divots to help keep the course in good condition.