Original members,Tommy Dyas, Noel Gorman,John McKenna Snr, Martin rice, Tony Collier
Our club was founded in 1986 by Anthony Collier, Martin Rice and Jimmy O'Neil who were all staff members of Drogheda train station.The club was originally called CIE and for many years it was just a nine hole course.As the game grew in popularity a further nine holes were added and in 1992 we held our first open with our new 18 hole course.
Jimmy O'Neill, Aiden O'Brien and JJ McGuire at the Launch of the 18 Hole Course.
The course now offered a large selection of shots which took advantage of our hillside field.Our next land mark was the conversion of an old railway passenger carraige.This carriage became our clubhouse untill two years ago.
We then planed a new entrance which would replace the winding pathway used to climb the hill. This entrance was introduced in 2000. In 2002 we faced our biggest test, with the expansion of the train station.We lost a section of the course to the development works and we had to re-design our course layout.On the positive side we put in place a new clubhouse and better access to our course.In 2004 we introduced a Scratch Cup to our calendar,it was to our misfortune that it would become a memorial Scratch Cup with the passing of one of our founding members John McKenna.
Mac Bride today
Captains day 2017
Club Membership Rates 2019
Gents (18yrs – 64yrs)
Gents O.A.P (65+yrs)
Lady Non Registered
Gents Dual Member
Adult(First Time or 2yrs Lapsed)
1.5 x Higher Rate
Family (2 Adult & up to 4 Child)
Throughout the years we have had several Provincial and National champions.
- Ivor Flanagan Leinster Junior Match Play
- Paddy McCabe National Junior Match Play Champion
- Barry Hill National Inter Strokeplay Champion
- John Brannigan Leinster Inter Match Play Champion.
- Michael Bedford National Seniors Senior Strokeplay Champion
- Araon Mc Donagh Leinster Juvenile Strokeplay Champion
- Audrey Donnelly Leinster Junior Matchplay Champion