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  • The offical playing season is now over thank you all for your support through the year. Thanks to all the people who took part in the years championships and events. Enjoy your turkey season and see you all next year. There will be a number of poles held on the website over the closed season please take part, they will start in November.
  • The National Intercounty Pitch and Putt Championships will be held at St. Patricks in Wexford this Sunday. Representing Louth on the gents team will be Shane Redmond from Channonrock, Paul Cooney from Cement, Danny Clinton from Cement, Richard Lambe from Cement, Barry Mc Quillan from Seapoint and Pat Greene from Seapoint.
    The Ladies team will be represented by Noleen Bedford from Mac Bride, Jean Cooney from Cement, Mary Agnew from Collon, Cepta Maddock from Seapoint, Patty Brennan from Seapoint and Marlo Everett also from Seapoint.
    All players of the County would like to wish them the best of luck on the day. Live scores from the event will be available from
  • Congratulations to Shane Redmond from Channonrock who won the National under-16 Strokeplay championships at St Bridgets...

High drama, superb scoring and a result that appeared most unlikely after 18 holes but that is just what we got this afternoon in St. Bridgets. Shane Redmond (Chanonrock) added a superb 44 to his opening 50 to emerge victorious on a score of 94. He was helped by a final nine of 21 aided by a hole in one on 16. Just one stroke behind in second place was Luke Heeney (Bellewestown) who faltered after his excellent opening 44 and was only able to add a 51 to finish on 95. In third place by virtue of a better final 18 was Roy O’Neill (Bagenalstown) on 98. The winner of the 10-13 section was David Howard (Pfizer) 100.

Shane has had a remarkable year so far, he has won the Leinster under-16 title, represented Louth on both under-16 and at senior level and has now won the National title. He is definetly a name to watch for in the future and we wish him all the best with his game.

  • Louth under-16 defend their Leinster title at Old County...

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Back Row: Shane Redmond(C'Rock),Aaron Mc Donagh(MacBride),Mark Lenehan(Collon), Daryl Mc Donagh(MacBride)
Front Row:Alan Cooper(Ass.Manager), LiamMcAufield(Collon), Brendan Lawlor (C'Rock), Keith Smyth (Manager)
Play got underway at Old County course in Dublin 12 in glorious conditions at midday with six counties represented & all teams primed and ready to contest the battle. Scoring was set to prove difficult on fast, drying greens and with several testing pitches scattered throughout the course in ricky windy conditions.

Kildare and Meath commenced proceedings with the opening scotch foursomes pairings. It was the Royal County who got the better of things, Luke Heeney and Donovan Sheridan in the first pairing combining for a 50. Cathal Dardis and Darren Fox also posted a good score of 51 helping Meath to the early lead at 6 under par. Offaly and Westmeath were the next counties to the tee and matched each other evenly throughout the foursomes.The Faithful County combined for a 3 over par total at the turn, while their neighbours Westmeath posted 8 over par.

Reigning All Ireland Champions and hosts Dublin, faced the holders Louth it the final groupings. The scoring was great from both teams. Daryl and Aaron McDonagh were first in with a best of the day 48 that was later matched by Dublin pair Claire Keatinge and Ross O’Reilly. It was the 49 from Brendan Lawlor and Mark Lenehen that made the difference. Their score along with Shane Redmond & Liam Mc Aufields 52 gave the Louth lads a slender four shot advantage at the turn on -13 with Dublin on -9.
With only four shots between the teams it was all to play for between Louth and Dublin. However, with the lead in hand, the Louth team capitalised on any hesitation from the Dubs. While Dublin’s scores were solid but not spectacular and sometimes on the wrong side of par, Louth had the likes of Brendan Lawlor and Shane Redmond producing a pair of 49’s along with solid performances from the three debutants Daryl mc Donagh, Liam Mc Aufield & Mark Lenehan the title was Louth’s for the second year in a row with a 469, with Dublin taking second place on 490 & Meath third on 511.
Great credit is due to Old County, fantastic hosts on the day. They provided a great course for the players and promoted a great atmosphere among players, mentors and supporters alike.

Congratulations to Shane Redmond wins 2nd Leinster Championship title.

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Photo: Eamonn Birchall (Vice President PPUI) presents Shane Redmond (Channonrock) with Leinster u-16's Title


  • New National Intermediate Strokplay Champion...

Congratulations to Danny Clinton from Cement Pitch & Putt Club who won the National Intermediate Strokeplay championship at RGSC on July 28th.With the final 18 holes underway the feeling in RGSC was that 36 hole leader Tom McMorrow (Lucan) would be very difficult to catch as the combination of his four stroke lead coupled with his rock solid play over the initial 36 holes made the task seem almost impossible. However a combination of a number of dropped shots by Tom McMorrow coupled with an excellent final 18 score of 48 from Daniel Clinton (Cement) gave Daniel a winning final total of 152. In second place was James Devonshire (Fermoy) who carded a final 18 of 49 to give him an overall figure of 154 and second place by virtue of a better final 18, in third place was Ian Leech (St. Annes) who had a final 52 to also finish on 154.

  • New Leinster Intermediate Winner...

Congratulations to Brendan Lawlor from Channonrock on his victory at the Leinster Strokeplay Championships which were held last weekend at Navan. Brendan out classed the field when he shot 46 51 to take the Championship by one shot.

Congratulations are also due to Brian McGinn who came second in the Senior strokeplay Championship. Brian shot 48, 49 to make the cut and then carded a superb 46 to take him to second overall, just two shots behind the winner John Crangle.

  • Local Winner and a Runner up at the Leinster Matchplay...

The Leinster Matchplay finals took place last week end at Glenville. There were several Local players in the finals.Two of which progressed all the way to the finals. Valerie Barron from Seapoint made it to the final of the Ladies Junior Grade but was beaton in the final by Dora Kavanagh from Glenville. Chris Murray from Mac Bride made it to the final and won the title on the first tie hole.Congratulations to to both of them.

Above Chris Murray Leinster Inter Champion.

  • The next open in the region is Seapoint Scotch Foursomes 3-6 May with the scratch up on the 7th May

  • The Regional Board Scramble took place on 15th April...

The Regional scramble took place today 15th of April. It was a cold bright start for all competitors and for many this was their first competitive start of the season. The qualifying was over three courses, Mac Bride, Collon and Cement with the finals being held at Seapoint. The Leading qualifiers on each course were as follows

Cement: Gerry Breen snr, Gerry Breen & Alan Breen (seapoint)

Collon: Alan Cluskey, Keith Cluskey & Glen Martin (Cement)

Mac Bride:Danny Johnson, Gene Finnegan & Kevin Mc Cabe (Channonrock)

At the finals in the afternoon at Seapoint, conditions had heated up from the cold start that morning and scoring was definitely the order of the day. When all was added up it came to a three was tie and Channonrock prevailed on back 9's over Seapoint. The list of winners is as follows:

1st: Danny Johnson, Gerry Finnegan & Kevin Mc Cabe (34 Channonrock)

2nd: Barry Coyle, Mary Coyle & Martin Smith (34 1/3 Seapoint)

3rd: Billy Lawlor, Brendan Lawlor & Marie Lawlor (34 2/3 Channonrock)

The Gross prize was won by Cement Team with a score of 42.

Gross: Ged Thornton, John Collins & Johnny Campbell (Cement)

The Regional Board would like to thank all those who played and contributed towards a wonderful days pitch and putt. A special thanks to all the individual clubs for making their courses available and to all the club workers who helped to get each course ready.


  • The AGM was held on the 18th of January at O'Connells clubhouse Castlebellingham....

    The new Regional board is as Follows

    • Chairperson Mary Agnew ( Collon)
    • Vice Chairman ()
    • Secretary Dermot Smyth (Collon)
    • Treasurer Pat Green (Seapoint)
    • Registrar Pat Mc Donald ( Cloghoue)
    • Competition Secretary Mary Conlon (Channonrock)
    • PRO Peter Woods ( Mac Bride)
    • Under-18's Officer Keith Smyth (Mac Bride)
  • New newsletter & Email.

    The LDM site will be launching a new newsletter & email notification service where people who join the mailing list will receive information about upcoming events such as Opens, Scratch Cups, Championships, qualifying times and locations and much much more. To join the mail list simply complete the form below. The first notification will begin at the start of the new season.



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