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Special Mother’s Day Menu

Mother’s Day is just around the corner so here is a quick reminder to make your plans for special celebrations on Sunday. We are offering a carvery with the buffet and carving station set up in the T.V. Room. Normal seating and reservations are available in the Restaurant. We expect to be very busy and as a result encourage you to make advance reservations. We will be unlikely to accommodate walk-ins on the day. So you book your table in the restaurant to guarantee your comfort. Please see attached for the special menu. A Dessert Menu will also be available. Make Sure You Book Your Table Now!Call Now: 087 332 9244 or send us an email to

Best Regards,

Diego Costa,
Head Chef/Catering Manager.

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Volunteers required for “Clontarf Friday Friends” Season 2023

The Club’s Special Olympics Golf and Bowling Programme in partnership with St Michael’s House, known as “Clontarf Friday Friends” is seeking to increase the number of members who act as coaches in golf and bowling for the 2023 Season due to greater demand for places on the Programme.

All expressions of interest should be conveyed to Ray Maguire at / (086) 851-7416 or Alan Smith at / (086) 819-9991.

Thank You,
Alan Smith,
Ray Maguire.

Congratulations to Lady Captain Madge and Captain Liam on a fantastic Drive In!

Clontarf Fashion Week


On the 2nd of December Fashion week came to Clontarf with an array of beautiful Clothes from some iconic Dublin stores.

A picture paints a thousand words so how many does a Video ?   See for yourself.

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Santa’s Timesheet 2022

Please See Attached for Santa’s Time Sheet 2022.

Any members playing golf please be reminded that access to the Locker Rooms from Thursday (8th) through Saturday (10th) will be from the Bowling Green through the emergency exits.

Please also note that if you are playing golf during this time, you should keep your clubs & shoes etc. in your car.


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St. Michael’s House – Clontarf Friday Friends

Clontarf Friday Friends

A new initiative started in the club between St. Michael’s House and Clontarf Golf and Bowling Club in May of this year. The main organisers were Raymond Maguire and Alan Smith.  It was proposed that volunteers from the club teach those attending St. Michael’s House some golfing skills.  Ray and Alan put out an alert to all club members and were grateful to receive a considerable amount of interest.  Eamonn Brady provided golf equipment and helped the members set up the various activities, and in the early stages helped with the teaching.


Each week approximately 24 people from St. Michael’s House came to Clontarf to take part.  There were five different areas of activities, three set out in the practice area, one on the chipping green and one on the putting green.  Each group from St. Michael’s House attended for six weeks, after which a new group would attend.  This continued throughout the summer until the end of September.


The volunteers from the club put in a lot of effort and thought into teaching the students the skills of golf.  Each week the best players received a trophy which was returned the following week.  The competition for the trophy was hard fought and was a great incentive for improvement.


The volunteers thoroughly enjoyed the experience, and hope it is something that can be repeated.  A huge thank you to Ray and Alan for taking the time to organise such an important event for the club.

Clontarf Friday Friends Season Ends

The Club’s Special Olympics Golf and Bowling Programme in partnership
with St Michael’s House  known as  “Clontarf Friday Friends”
completed its inaugural season last Friday. The  season which  ran
every Friday morning from May to September involved 25 club members
who acted as coaches in golf and bowling to a core of 60

C.F.F. appreciated the broad and deep support it found for the
initiative throughout all sections of the Club without which it would
have been difficult to sustain. In particular, it is indebted to Eamonn
Brady and his team for their continuous support throughout the season
which included coaching, advice and equipment and proved invaluable to
the smooth running of our Friday sessions.

Over  a year ago  we visited Elm Park Golf Club to learn of their
Programme which was established in 2005 and we were told that” their
weekly sessions were always such happy events that all involved came
away every time with a light heart ” that feeling was ever present in
our experience this year.

Finally C.F.F. will hold  a celebratory function in November to
officially mark the end of our first year at which there will be a
presentation of completion certificates to all the Golfers and Bowlers
to mark their attendance throughout the season.

Ray Maguire & Alan Smith.

Historic Cup win for Clontarf in the Metropolitan Trophy reports on the historic Cup win Clontarf. This is the 5th win for Clontarf in the Metropolitan Trophy.

Ladies Away Trip to Ballymascalon

The 2022 away trip for the Ladies Club in the Ballymascalon Hotel and Golf Course was a great success.  We had two great days of golf along with a sing-song or two!  A great way to get to know members in the club.  Thank you to Lady Captain Mary for arranging the whole trip.