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Wednesday 6th March 2019

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SUBSCRIBE WEDNESDAY 6.3.19 WWW.IRISHGOLFER.IE T Killarney Golf & Fishing Club is teeing off new partnerships with both Synergy Golf, Ireland's leading golf management company, and golf professional, Mark Heinemann to build a brand- new vision for the club. This vision will see Synergy Golf manage the day-to-day operations of the professional shop and the marketing and revenue growth for the club while new Head Professional, Mark Heinemann, will return to the club with a re- newed plan for coaching and practicing. The appointments are driven by a bid to boost performance of the overall business and ultimate- ly to enhance the playing experience for both members and visitors. "It's exciting to be part of the new management team and I'm looking forward to working together with the club and the guys at Synergy Golf to bring new changes, enhanced improvements and suc- cess to this exceptional facility," said Heinemann. KILLARNEY GOLF & FISHING CLUB TEES OFF WITH NEW PARTNERS Cian Daly claimed a hat- trick of wins for Castletroy golfers after hanging tough- est amidst dreadful condi- tions at the third Mid-West Alliance outing at Nenagh Golf Club. Driving winds greeted the 45-strong field but it was Daly's 34 points that came up trumps on countback from Nenagh's Colwyn Martin. Home player, David Hunt got the better of Galway's Joe Lyons in the over-45's category while Newcastle West's Jamie McCormack claimed the 4-9 handicap competition by three points on 32. Round four sees the Mid- West head for Ballykisteen Golf Club in Tipperary on Sunday. DALY CONTINUES CASTLETROY STRANGLEHOLD ON MID-WEST Odhran Maguire he Golfing Union of Ireland have named their teams for the Quadrangular Tour- nament and an upcoming international against Wales. Six players travel to Chantilly for the Quad- rangular Tournament featuring hosts France, Spain and Italy. Separately, an eight-member team play Wales in Rosslare. Each event counts on the Bridgestone Boys International Order of Merit with valuable points up for grabs at both venues. Ireland Boys Captain Alasdair Gibson (Knock) and coach Stephen Hood accompany the team at the Quadrangular. Kevin Raftery (Forrest Little) and Kevin Murray (Tramore) accompany the team against Wales. These matches form part of the GUI's High Performance programme for Junior Golf in 2019. Quadrangular Tournament, Chantilly, 15- 17 March: Max Kennedy (Royal Dublin), Odhran Maguire (Slieve Russell), Aaron Mar- shall (Lisburn), Joshua McCabe (Roganstown), Tom McKibbin (Holywood), Luke O'Neill (Con- nemara). Ireland v Wales, Rosslare, 16-17 March: Josh Black (Lisburn), Joseph Byrne (Baltinglass), Robert Galligan (Elm Park), Dylan Keating (Seapoint), Alex Maguire (Laytown & Bettystown), Keaton Morrison (Greena- cres), Sam Murphy (Portumna), Adam Smith (Mullingar). GUI NAME BOYS' TEAMS FOR QUADRANGULAR AND WALES

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