Hurling and camogie

Antrim hurlers to host 2019 Golf Classic at Galgorm Castle

Antrim hurlers Ronan Molloy (Dunloy), Conor McCann (Creggan), Paddy Burke (Cushendall) and Conor McHugh (Cushendun) with Barrie McGoldrick, PGA professional at Galgorm Castle Golf Club
Neil Loughran

THE Antrim senior hurlers will hold their annual golf day at the home of the NI Open – Galgorm Castle Golf Club, Ballymena on Friday, April 26.

They have welcomed players and supporters from all around Antrim, Ulster and Ireland to come along, enjoy the round of golf, entry to win many great prizes and a meal afterwards in the brand new Castle Kitchen and Bar. Barrie McGoldrick, the PGA professional at Galgorm Castle Golf Club, joined senior hurlers Ronan Molloy (Dunloy), Conor McCann (Creggan), Paddy Burke (Cushendall) and Conor McHugh (Cushendun) for the event launch on Tuesday.

Barrie is a Down native originally and played underage hurling for Ballycran but now resides in Coleraine and was very happy to join in on the action.

There are a limited number of four-balls remaining for the Golf Classic and if you or your business would like to sponsor the event, get in touch with any member of the team as soon as possible on 07512 451380 or antrimseniorhurlers@gmail.com.

If you would like to see all the sponsorship options for the event, visit antrim.gaa.ie

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