Last few teams remaining for this summer’s PGA National Slieve Russell Pro-Am

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PGA National Slieve Russell

In a great boost to the Irish regional calendar, the PGA National Slieve Russell Pro-Am is back with this year’s edition set to take place over two days, June 27th and 28th, 2022.

The two-day stop is one of the most popular on the calendar, played at the stunning Slieve Russell resort in Co. Cavan, the home of LPGA winner Leona Maguire.

The club was elevated in 2019 when it became just the eighth PGA National designated resort in the world and since then the venue has gone from strength to strength, with the grand opening of the Raflewski Performance Academy in 2020 rubber-stamping the Slieve Russell as one of the leading golf destinations in Ireland.

If you want to play your part in this popular PGA pitstop in Ireland, with guaranteed exposure to a top quality PGA professional playing in your four-ball, you can register a team today. The team price includes three rounds of golf (Practice Round- Sunday 26th of June, and Tournament Rounds on Monday 27th / Tuesday 28th) with a 4 Course Buffet Lunch after tournament play (Mon/Tue) and superb team, overall and daily amateur prizes all up for grabs.

PRICE – Team Price- €1050 (3 Amateurs + Leading PGA Professional) *Special B&B rates available on request*

TO REGISTER – You can register your interest by clicking HERE, and emailing aine.mccluskey@slieverussell.ie

About PGA National Slieve Russell:

Slieve Russell ranked 24th on our list of Top 100 Courses in Ireland 2022. Here’s a taste of what you can expect from one of the country’s leading parklands:

‘The vibrancy and colour of PGA National Ireland Slieve Russell envelop you from the moment you tee off. You are quickly swept up in this parkland’s beautiful surroundings and its high ranking illustrates its quality and conditioning from start to finish. The course has everything a lover of parkland golf could ask for and that’s all thanks to designer Paddy Merrigan. The tossing, tree-lined landscape uses Lough Rud as its focal point and there is a lovely momentum to keep golfers enthralled. Through thick and thin this course has remained in excellent condition.’

VERDICT: A quality, pretty parkland that should attract an ever greater number of golfers.

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