The Granard Cup in aid of NCBI was established in 1933. Its origin is that a group of golfing ladies accepted the challenge to provide a Home Teacher for people who were blind in every county in Ireland. The Home Teacher would visit homes – teaching Braille, handcrafts and skills to increase independence. The NCBI Granard Cup is the longest running and largest charity ladies golf tournament in Ireland today and continues to raise funds for NCBI and the sight loss community in Ireland.
The NCBI Granard Cup can be organised as either a dedicated fourball competition or run in conjunction with an existing club competition. For only €7.50 per person or €15 per team, you could compete for a chance to win an All Expenses paid 2 night/3 day trip to the home of golf, St. Andrews.
Your winning team will progress to their Regional Final. 1st, 2nd & 3rd from each Regional Final will compete in The All-Ireland Final to be in with chance to win the trip to St. Andrews.