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Mens President
Kieran Heavin

Captain
Andy Dunne
Lady Captain
Beth Dunne
Lady President
Vera Burgoyne
Hon Secretary
Marian Mullen
Hon Treasurer
Sean Dunne
Administrator
Anna O'Brien
phone: 090 64 81271

Welcome to Moate Golf Club, Co Westmeath

******* Mens Club AGM - Fri 24th Nov - 7.00 pm *******

******* Management Committee AGM - Sun 10th Dec - 5.30 pm *******

Moate Golf Club is situated in the middle of the town of Moate, Co Westmeath and is proud of its history, tradition, facilities and hospitality. At its heart is an excellent 18-Hole Parkland course, well maintained and under constant development

There is a vibrant playing membership, which is currently OPEN, and array of pennants on display in the Clubhouse bears testament to the competitiveness of its teams.

However, it is for the hospitality and friendliness of the members and staff that Moate Golf Club is rightly renowned. Whether a new member, society member or casual golfer, you can be sure of a warm welcome and a memorable day out in Moate Golf Club.

    

Golfer Of The Year - 30/10/2017

We have a thriving membership in all categories, gents, ladies, seniors, juniors and juveniles. Our friendly staff will ensure you have a pleasant experience and we have a fully stocked shop (courtesy of Michael Horan). Contact Anna (090 64 81271 - Ext 3) to get full details of membership options or CLICK HERE.

Pauric Whelehan and his staff provide some of the best food and drink in the midlands in the Railway Bar and spacious restaurant - be sure to call in after your golf game - you wont be disappointed. Contact Pauric at 090 64 81271 - Ext 1) or CLICK HERE.

To find us, go to the centre of Moate and take the road off the main street just opposite the church, cross the old railway line at the top of station road and you will enter the car park beside the clubhouse or check out our ON-LINE MAP.

 


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