CGI sets up golf networking seminars

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The Confederation of Golf in Ireland (CGI) is hosting a series of networking seminars at Golf Clubs across the country.

The Antrim events will take place on October 28th at Shandon Park Golf Club, Co. Antrim with a second seminar taking place at Ballymena Golf Club on December 2nd.

As the winter draws in, the networking series has been developed by the Confederation of Golf in Ireland in a bid to ensure that Golf Clubs nationwide remain focused on their key business objectives throughout the colder months.

While places are free, space is limited, so the CGI is advising those interested in attending to book in advance. Check out for booking details.

Each networking seminar will begin at 7pm and consist of a 90 minute session that will focus on the following topics: Club Membership Development; Club Governance; and Income Generation.

Antrim Golf Clubs are also encouraged to get in contact with their Club Support Officer (CSO) in advance of the seminars and share any questions or additional topics that they would like to have discussed at the event. Emailing in advance will ensure a smooth evening of open and relevant discussion, allowing for precise and accurate responses.

The following table shows the full schedule of seminars:

Tuesday, October 6th: Carlow Golf Club, Co. Carlow

Wednesday, October 7th: Douglas Golf Club, Co. Cork

Tuesday, October 13th: Co. Sligo Golf Club, Co. Sligo

Thursday, October 15th: Castletroy Golf Club, Co. Limerick

Monday, October 19th: Ashbourne Golf Club, Co. Meath

Thursday, October 22nd: Woodbrook Golf Club, Co. Wicklow

Wednesday, October 28th: Shandon Park Golf Club, Co. Antrim

Tuesday, November 3rd: Athlone Golf Club, Co. Roscommon

Wednesday, November 4th: Galway Golf Club, Co. Galway

Tuesday, November 10th: Ballybofey & Stranorlar Golf Club, Co. Donegal

Wednesday, November 11th: Rossmore Golf Club, Co. Monaghan

Wednesday, November 18th: Grange Golf Club, Co. Dublin

Wednesday, December 2nd: Ballymena Golf Club, Co. Antrim.