Pitch & Putt

The winner of the Aidan Burke Memorial Trophy ( which will be presented by the Burke family on Tuesday 27th August after 3 ball scramble at approximately 7.15pm) is
Cian O’Connor
2nd Willie O’Keeffe
3rd Shane Cremin & Shane Browne.

The winner of the juvenile section was
1st Sean Flynn
2nd Ronan Murphy
3rd Fionn Murphy.

The 3 ball scramble will continue this evening night (Tuesday) at the usual time of 6pm.

Alan O’Connor Trophy

The winner of the Alan O’Connor Trophy on Friday 12th July was Michael Breen, 2nd was Shane Browne and in third place was Shane Cremin. First in the juvenile category was Danny O’Riordan with Cian O’Connor in 2nd place.

Pictured below are Mary O’Connor presenting the Alan O’Connor Trophy to Michael Breen, and the group of prizewinners who played for the trophy on Friday evening.

3 ball scramble (with a twist!!) will take place as usual at 6pm on Tuesday 16th July.

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Pitch & Putt Practice Session

Beginners and newcomers are most welcome to attend the practice session on tomorrow evening (Tuesday 28th May)at 6pm on the Pitch and Putt course where members of the committee will be available to take small groups to demonstrate the technique of the game and the etiquette that goes with it before competitions start in the coming weeks.

The Pitch & Putt has Reopened for the Summer 😊

Millstreet Pitch & Putt Club is now in full swing after the winter season. The course which is in existence since 1964 is looking immaculate with its manicured greens, lush fairways and practice driving range. Coaching for both adults and juveniles will take place on 14th May. Membership will remain the same as in previous years at the very affordable price of €20 per family, €15 per adult, and €10 per juvenile and Actively Retired, which can be paid to any member of the committee. Competitions will begin in May for the many trophies that have been donated to the club, with the most recent ones being The AIB Trophy and The Credit Union Trophy kindly sponsored by our local financial institutions.
The club is very grateful this year to Cork County Council for the LCDC grant of €8000 which will help in a big way to repair the roof of the club house which has been getting progressively worse over the years and also for the general upkeep of the course.
There is no better way to enjoy a lovely sunny evening than playing pitch and putt under the beautiful Clara Mountain, so come on, everybody welcome.