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The ILGU is delighted to announce plans to base its winter High Performance Training Programme at the elite golf facilities at The Heritage Golf & Spa Resort in Killenard, Co. Laois.

The programme will see Ireland’s top female amateurs avail of the world class facilities on offer at the Seve Ballesteros ‘Natural’ Golf School. Under the guidance of High Performance Manager David Kearney, a host of expert service providers in the areas of swing and short game analysis, strength and conditioning, nutrition and sports psychology will deliver a robust training regime to the ILGU’s elite panel of players.

The squad members will stay on site at the 5 star hotel and avail of the extensive gym and spa facilities. Their holistic programme is designed to cover all aspects of the game. Weekend training sessions will take place from November through March next year with a week long session planned for the mid-term break in February.

ILGU High Performance Panel
Ciara Casey (Hermitage)
Valerie Clancy (Killarney)
Jessica Carty (Holywood)
Mary Doyle (The Heath)
Maria Dunne (Skerries)
Paula Grant (Lisburn)
Leona Maguire (Slieve Russell)
Lisa Maguire (Slieve Russell)
Mairead Martin (Killarney)
Julie McCarthy (Forrest Little)
Niamh McSherry (Lurgan)
Olivia Mehaffey (RCD Ladies)
Chloe Ryan (Castletroy)
Chloe Weir (Shandon Park)
Anabel Wilson (Lurgan)

Source: Denise McCarthy, Irish Ladies Golf Union

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