Pictured launching the JP McManus Pro-Am Pre Qualifier hosted by Manor Fields Adare Committee members -Chairperson, James Collins, Barry O'Halloran and Eithne O'Halloran
The Manor Fields organisation in Adare has confirmed that it is to host one of first pre-qualifier Golf Classics for the JP McManus Pro-Am.
The qualifier takes place on Friday, May 25 and Saturday, May 26 2018 at Adare Manor Golf Club and is kindly sponsored by Atlantic Golf Construction.
Golfers will have a chance to go forward to the Grand Qualifier, which will be held in May 2020, on the Golf Course at Adare Manor.
To book a tee time, individuals can easily do so via www.manorfieldsadare.com or by contacting Barry O’Halloran on 087-9662000.
The Manor Fields Adare is a community owned, 25 acre amenity for recreational and community purposes, for people of all ages and all abilities. This volunteer run charitable organisation aims to further develop the land, gifted to the community, to provide a much-needed multi-purpose, all inclusive, multi-sport, recreational space, for the benefit of people of all ages and all abilities covering the widest possible geographical catchment area.
The widely anticipated JP McManus Pro-Am is scheduled to take place in 2020 in Adare Manor.
Speaking this Tuesday, Chairperson James Collins, on behalf of The Manor Field Adare Committee, said: “We are delighted to be hosting one of the first pre-qualifier golf classics for the upcoming JP McManus Pro-Am on 25th and 26th May.
"We are inviting all golfers with a GUI / ILGU handicap to book a tee time now to secure their place. As well as being in with a chance to participate in the upcoming JP McManus Pro-Am through the new and innovative qualifying process, alongside Rory McIlroy, Padraig Harrington, Paul McGinley and Shane Lowry, all funds raised will go directly into developing further the much-needed multi-purpose recreational space for people of all ages and all abilities at Manor Field Adare.
“Entries are accepted from individuals or groups of three. For individuals who would like to support the Golf Classic but are unable to play on the day, sponsorship for tees and greens would be most welcome," he added.