Lost Boys goes from strength to strength

The Lost Boys Golf Society, founded in Banbridge in 2012, has gone from strength to strength since its inception.

The society was founded by Banbridge men Richard Cowan and Stuart Singer and now has upwards of thirty members listed on its books.

The 2013 season, in which co-founder Stuart Singer was captain, included nine rounds of golf across a range of venues in Ulster. The season is based on a league format with each player’s best six scores from nine rounds determining their final positioning. The Lost Boys GS visited numerous clubs over the 2013 season.

These included several local clubs such as Edenmore, Tandragee, Loughall, Armagh and Spa. The Society also travelled further afield to courses such as Shandon Park and Mount Ober.

Singer’s Captains Day was held on the typically smooth greens of Kilkeel Golf Club back in July.

The Overall Lost Boys Golf Society League Winner for 2013 was Garreth Sloan. He came out on top with six great cards after what was an enthralling and entertaining golf season.

The Society committee already have plans in place to visit new courses including Greenore and and the well-renowned Concrawood in 2014.

If you want more information about the Society or to enquire about getting involved you can contact Richard or Stuart via the Society Facebook page or via their Twitter account - @Lostboysgolfsoc.