Ross hosts day out to thank club friends

Sponsors at the get-together included, front from left, Laura Sourke, Paudie Sheahan, Joe Scally, Noel Leahy and John Cuskelly with, at back, Pat Mitchell, Padraig Bruton, Steven Broderick, John Ivory, Oliver McCarthy Donie Broderick and Terence Mulcahy.
Pictures: Timmy O’Donoghue

There was a real party atmosphere at the Ross Golf Club in Killarney at the weekend when Captain John Ivory and 2022 Captain Donie Broderick hosted a bumper get-together as a thank you to many of those who have been helpful and supportive of the club, including sponsor sand volunteers.

Ross Golf Course volunteers, front from left, Lucas Cronin, Dan Cronin, Captain John Ivory, Tony Lenihan and Leo Casey with, at back, Donie Broderick Mike Gorman, Donal Doherty, Seamus McCarthy and Peter Wickham

The weather was ideal for the golf scramble and that was followed by food and drinks in the clubhouse where a great atmosphere prevailed.

“Thanks to all who attended and made it such a success and thanks to all our sponsors and volunteers for their continued support,” said John Ivory.

Winners of the scramble, in front, Donie Broderick, Steven Broderick, Paudie Sheahan and John Ivory and, at back, Pat MItchell and Padraig Bruton

Ross Golf Course, one of Ireland’s most scenic courses, is a nine-hole parkland course which opened at Killarney Racecourse in 1995.

The course takes in magnificent views of Killarney National Park, Ross Castle, the Lakes of Killarney and the MacGillycuddy’s Reeks.

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