Navan

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HISTORY OF THE CLUB


The Club was formed in 1961 and was located at Ardsallagh, Navan, which is approximately 3 miles from our current location.In 1964, the then committee decided to move to our present location, where they rented the land from the local Mercy Nuns. The course and greens were marked out in October 1964 and were ready for the 1965 season.
The Clubs first clubhouse was the timber structure, which can be seen at the back of the course, which today is our machinery store.In 1976, a new clubhouse was built which is the pre-fabricated structure to the right of the existing clubhouse today.Indeed this clubhouse is still used regularly.
In 1978, the Mercy Nuns decided to sell the lands and the Club was offered first refusal, which it duly took.The purchase price paid was £15,000 that was half the asking price.A good investment in any mans terms.
In 1980 due to the growth in membership, the then committee decided to expand our clubhouse facilities.This venture was made possible by generous sponsorship from the local business community, members and private individuals.
The foundations of the present clubhouse were laid in 1980 and work has been ongoing to the present day as can be seen from our new lounge facility.
The Club received its first bar licence in 1984.The bar facilities we have today are a far cry from the ‘Sibin’ we had in 1974 where by the way it is rumoured that spa water was sold as vodka.
The Club has been running a poker classic every Friday night since 1976 to the present day.  In addition, for the past 16 years a lotto draw has been run in order to generate funds for the club developments.
The Club have had the honour of hosting various competitions such as the National Matchplay Championships the Inter County, Leinster, National Scramble and Meath County Championships.We were also the proud hosts of the Ladies National Strokeplay in 2013.
The course has recently been given Championship grade status and we will be hosting the 2014 National Juvenile Strokeplay and Inter County Championships.The Club you see today has developed from a network of one committee following on in the footsteps of another.The course has seen several changes in layout over the years and remains one of the finest courses in Ireland.
The Club has come a long way from the beginning in Ardsallagh to where it is today.
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Course

Hole Index Distance Sponsor Description
1 12 40 The Stonehouse Bar & Lounge, Kennedy Rd.,Navan This is a two-tier green with the upper tier to the back of the green.There is a drop to the the back and sides of the top tier and a bank at the front of the green.
2 16 40 Shay Edwards There is a bank at the front of this green with the green sloping gently away from the tee box.
3 5 50 Mena and Bernie This green slopes from back to front and to the right. With a sand bunker at the front of the green, it is built up at the back with out of bounds approximately 4 metres from the back of the green.
4 1 60 A. Gibney This is a large green with sand bunkers either side of the front of the green.The green slopes away from the tee box.
5 8 54 Michael McCabe There are two trees to the front of this green with banks guarding the green at the front and sides.
6 13 50 Rita Guerin There is a large bank in front of this green. 4 large trees surround the back of this green with a sand bunker ready to trap any shots hit long.
7 3 59 Kitchen Accessories & Paneling Ltd. www.kapltd.ie There is two trees either side of the fairway on this hole with a large green. There is a bank at the front and the back and right side of the green is elevated.
8 10 46 Navan Pitch and Putt Two trees guard this green with a bank in front of the green. There is a bush to the back left and a tree at the back centre of this green.
9 15 48 The Hughes Family Seven trees surround this green in a circle. The green is slightly elevated at the front.
10 4 60 Meath Bowls There is a large bank at the front of this green with a sand bunker in the centre of the bank. There is a tree on the right hand side of the green.
11 11 30 Slimming World This shot has proven to be a difficult shot over the years. There is a bank just short of the green with out of bounds about 6 meters from the back of the green.
12 14 43 TubsnTiles Navan, 0469072880 There is a bank at the front of this green with a small bank and tree at the back.
13 2 70 Tony Lallaway & John Cunningham This is a large green with five trees to the right hand side and two trees to the left. There is a bank just short of the green. The green itself has numerous breaks and slopes in it. Out of bounds is directly left of the fairway.
14 17 34 Phil Duffy This hole is known locally as "The Bed". There is a bank at the front and a smaller bank at the back of this green. The green itself is elevated.
15 6 51 Brendan O'Brien There is a water hazard in front of this green with a tree to the right hand side of the hazard. Out of bounds is approximately 10 metres from the back of the green.
16 18 40 Meath Tarmac, Navan. 0469027403 There is a bank at the front of this green with the green sloping gently away from the tee-box.
17 7 60 Beggy's Bar, Bridge St., Navan The tee-box for this green is elevated. A bank and valley (Known locally as The Valley of Sin) lead into a relatively flat green. There is a sand bunker to the back of this green and the green is surrounded by numerous trees.
18 9 64 FLOGAS www.flogas.ie This hole has been lengthened this year to increase its difficulty and create more drama for those trying to hold onto a lead in competition. This is a large elevated green surrounded by a bank with a drop off of approximately 1.5 metres on both sides and back of the green. There is a bank at the front of the green. 
19 We have five temporary greens around the course and can bring them into use whenever they may be required. T3 is sponsored by Michael McGoldrick audio sales and rental. www.mgaudio.ie         T4 is sponsored by Lir Chocolates Ltd. Johnstown, Navan            www.lirchocolates.ie  T7 is sponsored by Navan Bowls Club. T8 is sponsored by Caffrey's Furniture, Beechmount Retail Park, Navan.