amateur golf
amateur golf



The ancient Kingdom of Kerry in the south west of Ireland will play host to a NEW Ladies International Golf Classic, 20-24 June 2000.  It is being played over three of the most spectacular courses in the region.  “Killeen” in Killarney  - which has hosted the Irish Open and the Curtis Cup; the work famous Arnold palmer designed links at ‘Tralee’ and the often referred to “hidden gem” of County Kerry, ‘Dooks’, another great links course.

The event is open to competitors with a maximum handicap of 28, from around the world.  Play will be in teams of two, best ball Stableford for the first two days and on the final day, the combined scores of both team members will be counted.

Added excitement will be in the form of an Inter-Country Competition, with the five best net individual scores from each country recorded each day.  The country earning the most points over the three days will be deemed the winners and a permanent inscribed shield will record the achievement.

The base for the event is the luxurious, four star Great Southern Hotel in Killarney, situated in the center of town, complete with a magnificent fully equipped leisure center and pool.

The specialist British operator Leisure Golf is offering an all inclusive deal:

Access from Britain to Ireland by Air with self drive car, or by sea using your own car; 4 nights B&B in the Great Southern Hotel; All tournament Green Fees; Welcome Reception and Dinner on the first night; Cocktail Reception and Awards Dinner on the last night and Free use of the hotel’s leisure facilities.  Price range from £333 to £342 by sea (based on four persons in a car).  All inclusive prices by air are available on request.  Brochure available from Leisure Golf, Tel: 0151 734 5200.