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Welcome to Luttrellstown Golf Club Members Area Tuesday, April 23 2019 @ 11:48 AM

Wednesday Results April 17th

Attention
  • Monday, April 22 2019 @ 07:15 PM
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17/4/2019
Stableford
(18 Holes, White Tees)
1st
Jim Lacey
21
Luttrellstown
43 Pts
€40
2nd
Conor Sherry
16
Luttrellstown
37 Pts
€30

Congratulations to Jim Lacey on winning Wednesdays singles with a score of 43 Pts. In 2nd place was Conor Sherry with a score of 37 Pts.

Thanks to everyone for supporting our competitions and congratulations to all our winners.


Regards


Liam Lynch
Competitions Secretary

 

Wednesday April 4th Course Update

Attention
  • Thursday, April 04 2019 @ 09:11 PM
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Dear Members
 
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For this weekend we will remain with non-qualifying golf under Winter rules.

From next Wednesday April 10th  the course will return to White tee markers where we will continue to play under Winter rules.

We hope to return to Qualifying golf for our March medal to be played on April 13th, an update will be sent out next week on this.

 

 

 

 

Kind Regards

 

Liam Lynch
Competitions Secretary
Luttrellstown Golf Club

 

Luttrellstown Website Registration

Members Notice
  • Tuesday, January 01 2019 @ 09:58 AM
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Welcome to the New Luttrellstown Golf Club Members Website.

Anonymous users (non-logged in users/unregistered users) will only see limited content.

You can sign up as a New Member and when your application has been processed you will receive an email with your password details. Check your Spam Folder after registration as the return password email may be filtered there.

You can upload a photo of youself under the My Account / About You section of the website, however, if you do not have the tools to size/crop your photo (132 x 132 pixels) you can send it to me and I will size/upload it for you (any photo size will do). The photo will be used when publishing competition results etc.

If you have any issues, problems or feedback please do not hesitate to email
Martin Doyle

 

20 Must Know Rules of Golf Changes for 2019

Members Notice
  • Monday, December 17 2018 @ 11:28 PM
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20 Must Know Rules of Golf Changes for 2019

  1. Drop from knee height (NOT shoulder height)
  2. Measure the area to drop in with the longest club in your bag (except a putter)
  3. Drop in and play from the relief area
  4. When dropping back-on-the-line, your ball cannot be played from nearer the hole than your chosen reference point
  5. Time to search – 3 minutes (NOT 5 minutes)
  6. If you accidentally move your ball when searching for it, replace it without penalty
  7. No penalty for a double hit – it only counts as one stroke
  8. No penalty if your ball hits you or your equipment accidentally after a stroke
  9. No penalty if your ball strikes the flagstick when you have chosen to leave it in the hole
  10. Spike mark and other shoe damage on the putting green can be repaired
  11. Ball accidentally moved on putting green – no penalty and replace
  12. Ball marked, lifted and replaced on putting green is moved by wind to another position –replace ball on the original spot
  13. Penalty areas replace water hazards, and you can move loose impediments, ground your club and take practice swings in penalty areas without penalty, just as you can on the fairway or in the rough
  14. You can’t take relief from a penalty area unless you are at least 95% certain your ball is in the penalty area
  15. In bunkers you can move loose impediments
  16. In bunkers you cannot touch the sand with your club in the area right in front of or right behind your ball, during your backswing or in taking practice swings
  17. Free relief is allowed if your ball is embedded on the fairway or in the rough (but “embedded” means that part of your ball is below the level of the ground)
  18. Unplayable ball in bunker – extra option to drop outside the bunker for 2 penalty strokes
  19. You cannot have your caddie or your partner standing behind you once you begin taking your stance
  20. Pace of Play - it is recommended that you take no longer than 40 seconds to make a stroke (and usually you should be able to play more quickly than that) and Ready Golf in stroke play is encouraged
 

Summer Clubhouse Opening Hours 2018

The Company
  • Wednesday, May 02 2018 @ 01:01 PM
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As summer is fast approaching, we wish to communicate the following information in regards to the opening hours at the clubhouse.

Commencing on the Monday 30th April 2018 until Monday 30th September 2018 we shall commence new opening times in or F&B outlets.

Spike/Club Bar Opening Times:

Monday and Tuesday:

Beverage:
Full Menu:
09:00am to 08:00pm.
10:00am to 07:30pm.

Wednesday and Thursday:

Beverage:
Full Menu:
09:00am to 09:00pm.
10:00am to 08:30pm.

Friday:

Beverage:
Full Menu:
09:00am to 10:00pm.
10:00am to 09:30pm.

Saturday:

Beverage:
Full Menu:
07:00am to 10:00pm.
08:00am to 09:30pm.

Sunday:

Beverage:
Full Menu:
09:00am to 08:00pm.
08:00am to 07:30pm.

 

La Mora Restaurant:

Sunday:

Lunch:    12:30pm to 04:00pm.
La Mora is also available for private family celebrations.

Kind Regards,

 

Luttrellstown Golf Club

 

Fair and Consistent Handicapping

GUI - Leinster
  • Wednesday, March 21 2018 @ 11:33 AM
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www.thefairway.ie

MEDIA RELEASE

Governing bodies lead #TheFairWay for Irish Golf in 2018

Handicapping, one of the hottest topics in golf, is the subject of a new awareness campaign from the Golfing Union of Ireland (GUI) and the Irish Ladies Golf Union (ILGU).

The governing bodies for golf in Ireland have joined forces in an effort to tackle cheating and safeguard integrity in the handicapping system.

"There is still a culture of tolerating handicap cheating in golf.Just because others are cheating the system does not make it okay," says Pat Finn, CEO of the GUI.

"For club golfers, the integrity of the game depends on each individual observing the spirit and intent of the handicapping system," says Sinead Heraty, CEO of the ILGU.

The awareness campaign runs over two weeks from 21 March to 4 April. Golf clubs and their members will have access to key information and resources on handicapping through the GUI and ILGU website, www.thefairway.ie

Handicap secretaries will find a how-to guide and players can access an index of key definitions as well as an extensive list of frequently asked questions. Your Golf Handicap, a pocket sized handicap booklet produced by the GUI and ILGU, is being published and issued to all clubs as part of the campaign.

Handicapping is a fundamental aspect of the game. The GUI and ILGU, through their member clubs, are responsible for the administration of The Council of National Golf Unions (CONGU) Unified Handicapping System (UHS) in Ireland.

The main focus of the handicap awareness campaign is player responsibilities.

"Consistent handicapping demands the return of all scores from players with a CONGU handicap. It is the obligation of the player to ensure that all scores, both home and away, are returned to ensure fairness for all within the game," says Sinead Heraty.

"Handicapping committees in the Union work extremely hard to ensure that clubs are compliant with the system. Compliance Reviews are conducted by officials on a regular basis to ensure that the handicap system is being applied consistently by Clubs. Despite this significant workload, the onus still rests with players to try their best every time they play," says Pat Finn

Unlike most sports, golf is largely played in the absence of a referee. As with the Rules of Golf, the handicapping system relies on the integrity of the individual for the game to be fair and equitable. The GUI and ILGU guide club handicap committees about the application and implementation of the handicapping system.

Golf’s unique handicapping system provides a means for every player to compete on an equal footing, making the game as inclusive as possible. Not only does it level the playing field, the handicap system makes allowance for beginners, children and adults alike, players of declining ability and golfers with disabilities. It is because of the handicapping system that parents get to compete side-by-side with their children or grandparents get the chance to tee it up alongside a grandchild.

You can access a copy of the CONGU UHS Manual for free online at www.thefairway.ie

Keep up to date with everything that’s happening throughout the campaign by following our social media channels.

 

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