Currow GAA Club will host a fundraising Golf Classic in the picturesque setting of Castleisland Golf Club on Saturday July 9th.
Currow, currently on top of the Division 3 County football league, are hosting the event as a major fundraiser as they continue work in the development of top class facilities and the preparation of senior and juvenile teams at their club grounds close to Currow village.
“The Golf Classic is a social event in addition to a test of skill on the magnificent redeveloped Castleisland Golf Course. Currow GAA club is offering value for money with three-person teams for the classic priced at just €150 which also includes a meal for each player in the club pavilion,” said Tom O’Callaghan, chairman of Currow GAA Club.
“First three balls are off at 8am on Saturday July 9th in what promises to be a memorable day for the organisers, supporters and all the people taking part in the golf classic,” said Tom O’Callaghan, chairman of Currow GAA Club.
“In addition to the extensive prize list, organisers are also presenting additional prizes for the Longest Drive which is kindly presented by Mike O’Donoghue (Wood Turner) and Nearest to the Pin sponsored by Top to Toe Beauty Salon, Currow.
“We have been delighted with the response to the Golf Classic from the local business community who fully appreciate the invaluable role the Currow GAA Club plays in the local community.
Contact Daniel or Tom
“We are still asking people to book a tee or sponsor a tee box. Anyone keen to assist in this area please contact Daniel on 087 7813 080 or Tom on 087 65 55 081.
“The prize giving presentations will take place at the Crown Hotel, Castleisland, our main sponsor, at 9.30pm following what promises to be a great day of golf. Make a date in your diary, Saturday July 9th for a great day of fun, entertainment and golf,” said Mr. O’Callaghan.
In other club news: Currow GAA Club seniors were presented with their new gear from sponsors Dennehy Transport, Daly Brothers Carpentry & Construction and Pat O’Leary.
“It was fantastic to get so much support from local businesses and all the players and management are very grateful.
Currow are currently top of Dvision 3 despite losing to Ardfert on Sunday. Hopefully, they can return to winning ways against St. Senans on Saturday July 2nd.” according to the bulletin from the club.