Boy's Irish Junior Foursomes | Boy's Fred Daly Interclub Championship | Leinster Boy's Under 15 Interclub Championship | Louth East Meath Golf 6s League (Under 14s) | Monarch Trophy (under 18's), Seapoint Trophy (under 15's), McCooey/Cassidy Trophy (under 13's).
Monarch Trophy, Seapoint Trophy & McCooey/Cassidy Trophy
Boys: The Monarch Trophy was founded by Dundalk Golf Club in ? to incorporate five local clubs in Leinster, Ardee, Co Louth, Dundalk, Greenore & Seapoint.
The idea was to mature juniors into interclub matchplay competitions.
The Under 15 & Under 13 competitions were added & to be played in the same fixture.
The matches are played in foursomes annually.
Greenore has a great record of wins mostly in the Monarch under 18's & McCooey Cassidy under 13's.
Last held in 2019.
Mixed: The challenge match between Ardglass & Greenore was established in 2007 & was played home & away annually. In 2012 the format was changed to one annual match per year, away one year and home the next.
The match format is the host club's choice.
In 2016 Greenore Girl's Junior Captain Seana was the only girl on the team.
The last challenge match was played in 2017.
Jack Halpenny Trophy
Mixed Pairs: Leinster clubs, Ardee, Co Louth, Dundalk, Greenore, Laytown/Bettystown & Seapoint take part in the one day event.
Five mixed pairs take part, three counting.
Greenore's entry one year had only three pairs in total for the match, and they went on to win the trophy.
We haven't entered a team for a few years.
Matthew Giles & Matthew Lynch were selected to represent Leinster under 18's & under 14's respectively, at the 2021 Boy's Interprovincial Championships in Mount Wolseley. The Under 14 team were victorious and won the Interprovincial title.
Matthew Giles became the lowest Under 18 boy in Ireland in 2021 with a handicap index of +3.7.
Matthew Giles was selected to represent Leinster in the 2018 Irish Under 14 Boy's Interprovincial Championships.
Greenore's 18 year old Emily McGuinness scores a hole in one twice in less than two minutes in a practice match in Murvagh before the 2011 Irish Girls' Close Championship. Emily shot a hole in one on the par 3 fifth with an 8 iron. Still on the tee, she played another shot with a nine iron and the ball rolled into the hole again.
Emily McGuinness played for Leinster in the Interprovincial Under 18 Girl's Championship in 2010.
Greenore v Warrenpoint: In 2009 our Juniors filled a bus and headed to Warrenpoint for a challenge match and later in the year we welcomed a bus load from Warrenpoint for a return match.