2015 Queen’s GAA PMU Golf Classic

July 20th, 2015 | Featured Homepage News, Gaelic Football, Queens GAA News

Testing their skills on the green at Queen’s University Belfast lawn are Queen’s past & current players: (L-R) Stephen Ferris (UnderArmour ambassador), James McCartan (Queen’s), Paddy Wallace (UnderArmour ambassador), Martin Clarke (Queen’s) and Niall Teague (McAleer & Teague, event sponsors). The Queen’s GAA PMU Golf Classic will be held on August 21st at Shandon Park, Belfast.

The Queens University Golf Classic, sponsored by McAleer & Teague, will take place on Friday, 21st August at Shandon Park golf Club in Belfast and as usual will include Queen’s players past and present, stars from other sports and a wide variety of friends and supporters of Gaelic Games at Queen’s University.

Once again, Tyrone based Building & Civil Engineering Partnership McAleer & Teague will sponsor the event for a sixth year and teams will once again compete for the Paddy O’Hara Cup and a host of excellent prizes.

The Golf Classic will be a team event made up of four players per team.  The entry fee per team is £160 that includes green fees, light lunch on arrival, goodie pack and a full meal post golf before presentations for teams finishing 1st to 4th and longest drive / nearest the pin.

Tee times shall be allocated upon receipt of payment on a first come first served basis. The tee has been booked from 1.00pm until 5.00pm. Please contact Aidan on a.orourke@qub.ac.uk to secure a tee off time or sponsor a hole.

John Devaney, QUB GAA PMU Chairman, said that “the Past Members’ Union has been an important source of support for the Queen’s club, while hosting a variety of events for past players. So many of our members are golf enthusiasts, and this year marks 25 years of our Past Member Union.  We are delighted also that McAleer and Teague will once again be supporting this event and have been superb partners for this venture”.

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