Gareth Maybin shows his grit in the Alfred Dunhill Championship. Check out Brian Keogh’s report
Gareth Maybin returns to competitive action for the start of the 2014 season in South Africa. Paul Kelly caught up with him before the off
Check out the latest report from the Intervarsity Series which was held at Cork GC. Both UU and NUIM dominated proceedings
UU and Ryan Gribben made it as successful start to this year’s campaign. Check out what happened at Donegal GC
Michael Hoey’s regular column in the Newsletter gives an insight into the work done with the JFGA
Toledo’s No 1 player Chris Selfridge signed off with a runner up finish in his defence of the Georgetown Intercollegiate. Here’s the report
Gareth Shaw signed off with a best of the day 66 in the Ukraine. Check out Brian Keoghs’s report.
Current JFGA student David Rawluk and former student Damian Mooney both successfully negotiated PQ1 in Scotland. Here’s how they did it..
The JFGA was the feature of a recent article by Paul Gallagher ahead of the Northern Ireland Open at Galgorm, on the Challenge Tour.
JFGA students Gareth Shaw, Gareth Maybin and Gareth Shaw all competed in the recent Sottish PGA at Gleneagles. Here’s some news concerning them from the event
The PGA ebulletin was the latest media source to enquire about the JFGA’s recent run of student success
Gareth Maybin had a blistering 64 in the 3rd round of the recent Scottish Open, check out his thoughts.
Chris Selfridge added to his already impressive CV by winning the North of Ireland Championship. Here’s Brian Keoghs’s report.
Gareth Shaw’s efforts are starting to pay off with opportunities to play on the European Tour.
Gareth Maybin’s 5th at the Scottish Open was his best finish in 18 months. Read how he did it
Watch the BBC’s report from the the Open which features Gareth Maybin and discusses his recent good play.
Tied 5th was a solid effort from Gareth Shaw in his first Irish Open. Check out Paul Kelly’s article
August will see the European Challenge Tour descend upon Galgorm Golf Club in Northern Ireland. Gareth Shaw is featured in this short video as their touring professional
Gareth Maybin made an encouraging start to this year’s Irish Open. Listen to his thoughts
Gareth Shaw produced a solid 68 on day 2 of the Irish Open to cruise into the weekend. Here are his thoughts
Muirfield is on horizon now for Gareth Maybin as he is one of only a handful of qualifiers from International Final Qualifying at Sunningdale
83% of cuts made this year for Gareth Shaw means consistency and a platform for more success
Chris Selfridge has returned home to begin his summer campaign on the UK amateur circuit. Paul Kelly discovered his thoughts before he begins to defend his haul of trophies from last year
The Lahinch Scratch Cup was won by local favourite Sinead Sexton. Check out the report from he ILGU web site
Gareth Shaw is getting in the habit of shooting some low scores this year. Read about his recent good play in Belguim
How relevant is bio mechanical analysis in modern day elite golf? Sky TV recently asked the JFGA’s opinion…
Masserene’s Noel Murray assembled a second round 66 to lift his 2nd win of the year.
US college student Matt McKnight recently won his first tournament of the semester. Check out the details.
The R&A Foundation Scholars tournament was recently played at St Andrews – find out how some old & new JFGA students faired.
Irish International Lucy Simpson scored her first victory of the year at the prestigious Woodbrook Scratch Cup. Here’s the tournament report.
University of Ulster made it a clean sweep of Men’s, Ladies & Team titles at the recent Irish Inter-varsity Tournament at the Heritage. Discover the details in Paul Kelly’s blog
Gareth Maybin had a solid T16th finish in the Spanish Open, highlighted by a ‘best of the day’ final round 67. More details can be found here on the BBC report.
The Seve designed Heritage was the venue for a 3 day training camp with UU ahead of university golf’s ‘major’ – the Irish Intervarsities. Find out more here.
Ballyclare’s Gareth Maybin is showing continued signs of improvement with his best tournament result in 8 months in the Omega Dubai Desert Classic. Here’s Brian Keogh’s report.
Gareth Shaw made the weekend and his first cheque of 2013. Check out how he did it.
January means Asian Q School for Niall Kearney. Read about his progress through to final stage.
Local journalist Paul Kelly spoke to Gareth Shaw about his winter preparations and his first Challenge Tour event if 2013.