Welcome to Ashfield Golf Club

The Home of Golf in South Armagh

Ashfield Golf Club is a 5606 yard, par 69 parkland course. Established in 1990 and G.U.I. Affiliated since 1992 Ashfield is located in the heart of South Armagh, approximately 1 hour from both Dublin Airport and from Belfast. Please feel free to browse our web site.

Greenfees 2014
Adults: Weekdays £15/€17, Weekend and Bank Holidays £20/€20
U16s: £10/€10

New Members Welcome
Applications for new membership are invited for 2014.  Click here for details on how to become a member at the course, join the club and to obtain a GUI handicap.

The 2014 juvenile season has commenced. Click here for all information relating to juvenile competitions, results and much more!

NEW ** New Competitions Results Service ** NEW
Members are encouraged to make use of the new results/bookings facility available at www.masterscoreboard.co.uk. This service will replace the existing results posted on this website. Once on this page you can enter the club name ‘Ashfield’ and then click on the button ‘Find Club’. The search result returns ‘Ashfield Golf Club’. You can then click on this to bring you to the Ashfield Golf Club page.

To access results, order of merits, handicap lists, etc select yourself from the drop down user list and enter the password ‘sprinkler47′. This password is the same for all members when they first login. You will be required to change the password, I suggest you use your Ashfield pin number, the same one you use when you enter a score in the clubhouse.

NEW ** Latest News From Our Facebook Site ** NEW

Congratualtions to Roseann Clarke the winner of the Ladies Easter Hamper! Thanks to all who contributed👒🐰🐣 ... See MoreSee Less

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“Ryder Cup” Goes South
Congratulations to Chris O’Hanlon and his South team who had a comfortable 7 points lead at the conclusion of the early season charity event. The final day singles were played in atrocious weather conditions but fair play to all who turned out to ensure a definite result. It has been quite difficult to find out the results of individual matches as most of the men I asked had played for the North and were unwilling to disclose their match results. Christy O’Brien was beaten by Kieran Bellew, yes Christy told me, John Shields beat Joe Kindlon, (Joe did not tell me), Jim Malone won a tight affair over Robbie Stewart and in the clash of the Captains it was Chris who overcame the resistance of Rodney Quinn. Thanks again to all members who took part in some or all of the games and the recipient of the fees this year will be Autism N.I.
Open Invitational
Next weekend is an Open Invitational and members are asked to bring along a friend or friends free of charge. I know there are a few members (not you Niall), who may struggle to find a friend but an acquaintance will do!!
Despite some rumours to the contrary John will have his Drive-In on Sunday 26th March. This is an 18 hole competition and prizes will be presented at the conclusion of the competition.
A reminder to members that Insurance runs out on 31st March, so Club membership must be paid prior to this to ensure that your name is with the Broker.
On behalf of the Captain, Committee and members sincere sympathy is passed to Joe waters on the death of his father and to Niall Hughes on the recent death of his Brother-In- Law. May they rest In Peace.
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Ryder Cup Concludes next week
After week two of the Ryder Cup Charity competition it is Chris O’Hanlon’s South team that hold a four shot advantage of Rodney Quinn’s North, although rumour was going around that Rodney had resigned the position. This week’s format seemed to be a mixture of Foursomes, Greensomes, Scramble and even myself and Gerry throwing in a singles for good measure. Can’t say who won that one. Whatever the format this week I know that it will definitely conclude with Singles next Sunday, all to be present at 9.00 for the draw and a 9.30 shot-gun start.
A reminder to all that Club membership is due and must be paid on or before Captains’ Drive In. Don’t blame me the Treasurer told me to write this.
Best wishes to both teams next weekend and I’M sure the North have the talent to turn the result in their favour.
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Sorry folks for the gap since the last notes appeared. I had not realised that I had been reappointed as PRO at the AGM, in fact I don’t think the position was actually voted on!!
However due to weather conditions it has been a somewhat quiet time on the course but as someone who has managed to get out most weekends I must report that Donal has the course playing exceptionally well for the time of year.
Raymond to the Fore
Congratulations to Raymond Murphy who has won the Winter League, with Noel Nugent finishing in second place. Congratulations also to Brendan Begley who at some point during the League secured an excellent Hole-In –One. I know there is talk about the Wall going up Brendan but we will give you this one!!
The Ryder Cup is Back
The annual charity fund raiser got up and running on Sunday with the traditional North versus South format, even though there were some guys out playing who did not know which part of the area they were representing. This year the charity has been nominated by Secretary Christy O’Brien and all funds raised will go to Autism Northern Ireland.
After the first days Four-ball -Better-Ball format it is the South who take a 6- 4 lead and Captain Chris O’Hanlon expressed great pride in the performance of his charges. North Captain Rodney Quinn was adamant that his team could still do a Liverpool, so congratulations to the South for winning the overall title!!!!!
Please, Please, Please
Lads it is still Winter Time. May I please ask you to play the next round as a Four-Ball-Better format. To ask guys to come out at this time of year to play foursomes is in my humble opinion madness. Remember it can be good practice for inter-club competitions and it is getting members involved at this time. Those members who did not participate this weekend can I respectively suggest that the £10 donation for a very worthy charity will be very much appreciated.
The Treasurer has advised me that he has left envelopes in the clubhouse for Club Membership fees. Please feel free to use same.
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