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Launching the upcoming Fossa GAA Golf Classic at the Ross Golf Club on Wednesday were from l to r: David Clifford, Donie Broderick, Mike Casey, Breeda O'Farrell, John Ivory, Dominic Rintoul, Paudie Cliifford. Photo by Tatyana McGough.

Launching the upcoming Fossa GAA Golf Classic at the Ross Golf Club on Wednesday were from l to r: David Clifford, Donie Broderick, Mike Casey, Breeda O'Farrell, John Ivory, Dominic Rintoul, Paudie Cliifford. Photo by Tatyana McGough.

Launching the upcoming Fossa GAA Golf Classic at the Ross Golf Club on Wednesday were from l to r: David Clifford, Donie Broderick, Mike Casey, Breeda O'Farrell, John Ivory, Dominic Rintoul, Paudie Cliifford. Photo by Tatyana McGough.

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The upcoming fundraising golf classic being organised by Fossa GAA promises to be un-fore-gettable with locals set to get the chance to play 18 holes on the beautiful course at the Ross Golf Club, all in aid of helping the club to get the development of new juvenile and ladies dressing rooms over the line.

The event – which will be take place on Friday September 9 and Saturday September 10 – will be the first of its kind that the club has run since back in 2009 and Dominic Rintoul, who spoke to The Kerryman this week as the dates draw closer, is hopeful of a hugely successful few days.

"We haven't run a golf classic since 2009 so it's been a huge gap from then to now. We're building juvenile dressing rooms as well as ladies dressing rooms as well. We got a grant of €75,000 for it and now we have to match that so we're hoping that the golf classic will be successful and go a long way towards helping us hit that target,” he said.

"We're looking forward it and they should be two great days of golf. The course at the Ross Golf Club was just named the best nine-hole in Munster last week and the course is looking immaculate so we can't wait,” he continued.

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The cost of entry is €200 for a team of four and teams will get to play the full 18 holes.

If anyone is still looking to enter the golf classic, they can contact Dominic on 089 220 3754 or they can email dominicrintoul@gmail.com


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