Ladies Invited to Get into Golf at Castleisland Members Club

Castleisland Members’ Golf Club 2019 Lady Captain, Bertha O’Sullivan posting the return of the ‘Get into Golf’ eight week beginner programme for ladies. Photograph: John Reidy

Castleisland Members’ Golf Club is to re-introduce its successful 2018 summertime initiative, ‘Get into Golf Ladies programme.

This year’s programme will recommence on Wednesday evening, May 1st 2019 from 6pm to 7pm and 7pm to 8pm

The eight-week programme will be run under the Confederation of Golf in Ireland and a cost €60 per person will apply.

Introduction to Golf

Equipment will be provided and you’ll be introduced the chipping, putting and the long game in a fun and friendly environment.

This is an eight week beginner programme which will include five sessions with a PGA professional golfer and three weeks on course fun scramble with lady members of the club.

Follow On Membership Offers

You will also take part in club activities with members and, as a follow on, you’ll have the option of taking up special membership offers.

As the poster urges: ‘Why not give it a try. Enjoy some exercise, fresh air and socialising with friends and family.’

Get More Information

For more information, you’re invited to contact, Mairéad on 066 71 41709 or email:

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