Founded in 1993 Woodstock will mark its 30th anniversary this year with the hosting of the Munster boys under 14 championship on Tuesday July 11.

The club has a thriving junior section and two members have been particularly successful in recent times. Aine Donegan is currently on a golf scholarship in the U.S. while Aideen Walsh was a member of the Irish team which competed in Spain last week.

Both have helped Lahinch to success in the ladies Irish senior cup in recent seasons. “All in the club are extremely proud of the achievements of both Aine and Aideen and we wish them continued success”, club manager Anne Marie Russell said this week.

The club provides a variety of competitions for members from singles to team events while also hosting regular open day events.

Woodstock participates in the various Golf Ireland inter club men’s and ladies competitions and their honours lists includes two All-Ireland Pierce Purcell titles, a Munster mixed foursomes title as well as having had success in the J.B. Carr and Michael Cashman seniors competitions.

Designed by Arthur Spring the course features a tough opening hole, a loop of holes (6-8) around a lake that can spoil a card early, and it provides six excellent finishing holes. Holes six, seven and eight are known as Woodstock’s ‘Amen Corner’.

On this Sunday, March 5, the 2023 captains, Niamh O’Regan and Aidan Mulcahy along with junior captain Harry McEnery, seniors captain, John Donovan and president Ollie NcNamara will ‘drive in’ to office at 3pm. A 9 hole scramble will follow and there will be a gathering afterwards in the Drawing room of Hotel Woodstock at 5pm.

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