PGA Head Professional - Paddy McGuirk

Head Professional Paddy has a long history at County Louth Golf Club. His father Michael McGuirk, the club pro, introduced him to golf as a young boy and from an early age Paddy developed a real passion for the game. At the age of 15 Paddy made the transition into the professional ranks, a career that saw him spend 8 years on the European Tour. His most notable achievement was winning the 1973 Carroll’s International (a tournament which has now been replaced by the Irish Open). As a qualified PGA professional Paddy also competed in the PGA’s Irish Region winning numerous titles, including the Irish PGA stroke play and the Irish PGA match play twice.
Paddy still enjoys playing the game but in 1980 turned his focus to becoming the club professional at County Louth GC. His new love is teaching the game to players of all ability’s passing many years of experience onto them, he also has a well-stocked shop filled with leading brands.
PGA Professional - Enda Maguire

In April 2017 Enda join the team at County Louth Golf Club. Enda who is also a native of the area took up the game in neighbouring Seapoint Golf Club. He spent several years competing in the Irish amateur scene and won the Ulster Boys Championship in 2008 before deciding to turn PGA professional in 2010. Since then he has served his time in Dundalk Golf Club, Portugal, the United Arab Emirates and Germany. Having spent several years living abroad he was delighted at the opportunity to return home to his favourite links course in the country. His main passion is teaching the game although he still loves playing as much as possible.