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Jimmy Bruen Remembered.
President Marie Allen receiving a photographic portrait of Jimmy Bruen from David Bruen ,eldest son of Jimmy Bruen RIP.
 
The Presentation took place on 18th October 2022 at the Clubhouse, in the Bruen Corner.
 
Deirdre and Adrian Long presented The John Long Tankards from the 1920s, 1930s & 1940s.
 
Also presented to the Club were The 2 Irons owned by John Long, circa 1930s.
 
And Jimmy Bruen’s No 2 wood Specially made for him by Jim Higgins (Club Maker). See more on Jimmy Bruen below.
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Fergus Hannon, Tom Purcell, Phil Bruen  and David Bruen (Son of Jimmy Bruen), at the Heritage Committee Presentation.

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Adrian Long, Nephew of J J Long Secretary of Muskerry 1935-1944, presenting the Long Tankards won by his late Uncle to Muskerry.
Dorothy O’Sullivan, John o’Sullivan and Seamus O’Brien, Chairman.
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Chairman Muskerry Heritage Committee, Ger O’Halloran.
 
Dorothy O’Sullivan, Presenting the JJ Sheehan Tankards to Muskerry Golf Club President Marie Allen.
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The John Long Tankards from the 1920s, 1930s & 1940s.

Ger O’Halloran Chairman Heritage Committee addressing the Party.

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The Bruen Corner

A special section of the Clubhouse is reserved for historical items and photos celebrating the The Club and Jimmy Bruen.

Visitors and members will find many interesting mementos of the renowned Golfer and this collection is of historic value to the Golf enthusiast.

At the presentation on 18th October 2022, Jimmy Bruen’s 2 Wood was presented by David Bruen to Muskerry Golf Club.

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Golf Clubs presented to Muskerry at the Heritage Committee Presentation.

Jimmy Bruens No 2 wood
Specially made for him by Jim Higgins ( Club Maker)
Lengthened for speed  & whip with reinforced Brass foot plate to withstand the huge Torque generated by The Jimmy Bruen Swing,

was presented by David Bruen to Muskerry Golf Club (Left).

J J Long’s Chipper presented  to Muskerry by Deirdre Long and Adrian Long, circa 1930s (Right).

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The party taking Tea.

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