Traffic management plan unveiled for Women’s Irish Open at Dromoland

REPRO FREE Shannon Group partners with KPMG Women’s Irish Open on Shannon Airport sponsorship Tuesday August 9, 2022: Shannon Group today announced its official partnership, under its Shannon Airport brand, with the KPMG Women’s Irish Open. The famous tournament will take place on the 450-acre estate of Dromoland Castle from September 22-25. Top golfers from across Europe will travel to County Clare for the long-awaited return of the Ladies European Tour (“LET”) event, for the first time in Ireland since 2012. The first event will see 126 of the world’s top professionals Ladies European Tour and leading Irish fans head to the 18-hole championship course, including star players selected from the LPGA Money List. Shannon Group CEO Mary Considine said: “We are delighted to become an Official Partner of the KPMG Women’s Irish Open, held on our doorstep at the famous Dromoland Castle, providing an opportunity to showcase showcasing the fantastic golfing talent we have here in this country and promoting Shannon Airport to a global television audience. Pictured on the 18th green at Dromoland Castle are LR Katrina O’Neill, Dromoland Lady Captain 2022, Dromoland Castle Hotel & Country Club General Manager Mark Nolan and Shannon Group CEO Mary Considine. PhotoArthur Ellis.

A traffic management plan will be in effect at Newmarket on Fergus next week as the Women’s Irish Open gets underway.

The KPMG sponsored Pro-AM event takes place at Dromoland Castle from Thursday to Sunday next week and Gardaí has ​​confirmed that the traffic plan will remain in place for the duration of the event.

There will be free parking for the event from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily.

Garda Eimear McDonagh said they were asking the public to follow the directional signs on the highway and the directions of Gardaí and stewards to help them reach the car park quickly.

“From there, guests can easily access the golf course. Parking is provided inside the Inn at Dromoland compound and we ask all drivers to take advantage of it,” she concluded.

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