Welcome New Members
WELCOME to Rush Golf Club, we are delighted that you chose to join us and we hope that you become an active member of the Club, both on and off the course. Once your membership application has been ratified you will receive a Membership Sticker & Bag Tag. Please display these on your golf bag at all times. A copy of the Club Constitution is available from the office or can be viewed online @ www.rushgolfclub.com.
The officers of the club change on a yearly basis. Please see the 2021 Officers and staff listed below. This will change come January 2022.
Captain: Phil McNevin
Lady Captain: Helen Dunne Barron
President: Vera McGuinness
Vice-Captain: Tony Bonass
Lady Vice Captain: Susan Byrne
PGA Professional: Dearbhla Behan
Office Manager: Bernie Howley
Bar Manager: Helen Doherty
Now lets get you started….
The BRS System is our tee booking system and you will need to register online via our website in order to book a tee time.
Step 1 – Log onto our website www.rushgolfclub.com
Step 2 – Click Members area
Step 3- Click ‘ Book a Tee Time '’ from the list provided.
Step 4 – Located at the bottom of the page, ‘ click here to register’
Step 5 – Fill in all fields (Username is the 8 digit number located on the back of your Golf Ireland Membership card)
An email will be sent to our admin to notify them you have registered. This will be verified by the club and access will be granted to the timesheets. Then you are good to go.
Using the timesheets:
As above follow steps 1-3
Enter your username (8 digit number on the back of your membership card) and your password. (Created by you when registering on BRS)
Note: Passwords are case sensitive.
Bottom of Form
The competitions will appear listed with details regarding if it is a men’s or ladies’ competition.
Click on the required timesheet.
Choose your tee time by clicking the space under the heading ‘Player 1’
You can book a single tee time for one or up to four people.
Note * If your name is on the timesheet you will not be able to make changes or move your tee time without deleting the original booking.
This can take some getting used to so don’t hesitate to contact the Proshop for further instruction or advice on booking a tee time.
Getting a handicap:
If you were a member during the previous calendar year at another affiliated club, you can transfer your handicap to Rush Golf Club on production of a Handicap Certificate. If you never had a handicap, or your handicap has lapsed, you will need to get a new handicap. In order to obtain a handicap you must submit 3 x 18 Hole Cards which have been signed by a valid marker. A marker is a current member of Rush Golf Club that has a valid handicap. The competitor's score must be recorded in stroke play IMPORTANT: Wait until you have completed the 3 cards, clip them together and put them in an envelope and mark it ‘For Handicap’. If you have your Golf Ireland number then write it on the card also. The cards should then be either handed to the relevant Handicap Secretary or placed in the competition box in the relevant locker room. You cannot play in competitions until you have attained a club handicap.
Competitions- MUST BE BOOKED ON BRS
Winter November - March
Summer April - October Tee times 7am – 9am /11.30am- 1.30pm/4pm – 5pm
Mens Competition Day Wednesday – All year round
Ladies Competition Day Thursday -All year round
Monday – June-Sept Juniors am only
On joining the club each member is registered with ‘golfnet’ and is issued with a Swipe Card, regardless of whether they have attained a handicap or not. This card contains a unique 8 digit number (your Golf Ireland number) which identifies you. This card has a number of uses as follows: The card holds your details including your handicap. When you are playing in competitions, whether in Rush or away you must swipe this card in the card reader to enter the competition. Your Swipe Card also contains 2 accounts as follows;
This can be used at the Bar only, excludes restaurant.
The Mens and Ladies Club use the swipe card for payment of competition fees. You must credit your card at the bar or office and this is automatically deducted from your account as you enter the home
Every individual in the club should at all times, show respect and understanding for the rights, safety and welfare of all. On the Course: Please avoid slow play at all times. If you are not able to keep up with the people ahead of you and you are delaying the people behind you, you must give way. Please dress appropriately at all times. Dress code can be observed in both the men’s and lady’s locker rooms. Please repair pitch marks on the greens and rake bunkers before moving on to the next hole. Please ensure you have a divot bag with you at all times on the golf course. Divot bags can be found at the walk way to the first tee, entry to the course via the 7th fairway and at the Proshop. Your behaviour on the course should never cause interference to other players at any time.
In the Bar and Restaurant: Golf shoes worn on the course should never be worn in the bar. Please dress appropriately at all times.
Our PGA Professional is Dearbhla Behan. Dearbhla started with us in 2017 after achieving her PGA Professional Degree via The University of Birmingham. If you require group or individual lessons please do not hesitate to contact Dearbhla in the Proshop.
The Proshop stocks a wide variety of golf products, from clubs to clothing to all the essential accessories in between. The Proshop has been selected as a Taylormade Offical Partner for 2021 so be sure to check out all the latest stock from March onwards.