Laytown and Bettystown

Bobby Browne retires after 48 years at Laytown and Bettystown

Born in 1942, Bobby Browne grew up in the foothills of the Dublin mountains at Edmondstown and by the time he was ten years old, he was caddying regularly at the local club where characters such as Sydney Jackson, Maurice Cohen, Jackie Bloom and the pantomime baddie Vernon Hayden gave him regular employment.

Bobby Browne retires after 48 years at Laytown and Bettystown

Laytown and Bettystown ladies triumphant again after 26-year gap

The Wickham sisters were at the centre of the enterprise once more as Laytown and Bettystown claimed the AIG Irish Senior Cup for only the second time in the club's history thanks to a 4-1 victory over a young Killarney side at Mount Wolseley

Laytown and Bettystown ladies triumphant again after 26-year gap

McBride set for Hilary debut at Laytown and Bettystown

Walker Cup star Gavin Moynihan might be missing the 2014 season as he chases the American  dream in Alabama, but his close pal Paul McBride will be hoping to follow in the footsteps of his Island clubmate when he makes his debut in the first RaboDirect sponsored Hilary Golf Society outing of the season.

McBride set for Hilary debut at Laytown and Bettystown

Mannan Castle deny Laytown and Bettystown

Mannan Castle win Miele All Ireland Fourball. Mary McKenna (President, Irish Ladies Golf Union) presenting Rosemary Barry (Team Manager) with the Miele All Ireland Ladies Fourball trophy after their victory at Lucan Golf Club today (06/10/2013). Also in the picture in front (from left) Rita O’Loughlin, Vera Kelly (Lady Captain, Mannan Castle Golf Club) and Gill Rouiller. At back (from left) Philomena Rogers, Nuala Mulholland, Teresa Butler, Louise Hanratty, Pat McGrath (Chief Executive, Miele Ireland), Mary MacNamee, Mary Cassidy, Karen Forrester and Margaret Carroll. Picture by Pat Cashman/cashmanphotography.ieMannan Castle claimed the Miele All Ireland Fourball Championship with a clear cut 3 1/2 - 1/2 win over Laytown and Bettystown at Lucan.

Senior Foursomes title for Laytown and Bettystown

Rachel Taylor (Laytown & Bettystown) celebrates her win on the 18th green to give Laytown & Bettystown Golf Club victory in the Senior Foursomes at the Private Home Care Interclub Championships at Mullingar Golf Club (27/09/2013). Picture by Pat Cashman /www.cashmanphotography.ieLaytown & Bettystown beat Lahinch 2-1 to win the Private Home Care Senior Foursomes title while Moate won the Intermediate Cup and Co. Sligo took the Minor Cup at Mullingar Golf Club.