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County Armagh Golf Club Northern Ireland

County Armagh Golf Club Northern Ireland

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Having been regular playing partners for many a year, Francis Curley and Aidan McParland stuck together once again as first Francis and then Aidan secured top honours on consecutive Sundays at County Armagh Golf Club.

Curley last tasted success four months ago when he lifted the PGA Tankard by virtue of a nett 65. This time, an excellent nett 67 saw him head the standings in a Club Stroke event on 3 September that was kindly sponsored by Fairlawns Residential Home.

Unlike in that Tankard triumph back in May which was made possible by a remarkable recovery from a listless start, Francis performed adroitly right from the off in parring each of the opening four holes. A wobbly patch ensued as the 12-handiapper surrendered four shots to the course between the 5th and 7th. However, a more than decent ratio of seven pars from his remaining 11 holes banished the memory of that blip and set up Curley's deserved win.


Francis Curley, winner of the Fairlawns Residential-sponsored stroke competition at County Armagh Golf Club is presented with his prize by Claire Cassidy, manager at Fairlawns Residential. Also pictured are Club Captain, Richard Stewart, and other prizewinners (L-R) Shea Smyth, Brian McGuigan and Eamon O'Hagan.

1st Ciaran McCreesh 42points

2nd Niall Brady 40points(back nine)

Cat 1

1st P.G. Doyle 40 points

2nd Paul Smyth 38points

Cat 2

1st Paul Morgan 39points

2nd Colin Hughes 37points

Cat 3

1st Michael Crozier 36points

Turla Brady 34points(back nine)

Prize vouchers will be left in Pro. shop

1st Thomas Murray 42 points

2nd Ian Millar 39 points (back 9)

Category 1

1st Paul McCurry 39 points

2nd Mark Loughran 38 points

Category 2

1st Garret O'Reilly 39 points

2nd Johnny Palmer 37 points

Category 3

1st Thomass Crowe 38 points

2nd Gary Jordan 35 points

Best Gross Stewart Stevenson 35 points

Prize vouchers can be collected from the Pro Shop

Competitions Convenor 2017

Senior Open Stableford

1st Brian Liddy 39 points

2nd Ian Beaddie 37 points

3rd John Lowe 36 points (back 9)

Open Stableford

1st Paul Rice 40 points

2nd Paul Traynor 39 points

3rd Michael Calvert 38 points (back 9)

Prize vouchers can be collected from the Pro Shop

Competitions Convenor 2017

Among the final pieces of silverware on offer from County Armagh Golf Club's 2017 fixture list were the Half Century Cup and the Arthur Mayne Cup, both of which were contested on Saturday 2 September.

As its title might suggest, the Half Century Cup is competed for by those whose 50th birthday has been and gone, and emerging triumphant from this practised coterie was Jimmy Wilson with a hefty 41-point salvo. After birdies at the 2nd and 5th arrived either side of bogeys at the 3rd and 4th, Wilson proceeded to par all but one of his remaining 13 holes, with his only other dropped shot of the day coming up on the 10th. This meant that Jimmy would sign for a fantastic gross 71 that enabled him to add the Half Century Cup to the Junior Scratch Cup that he lifted earlier in what has been a brilliantly fruitful campaign for the now five-handicapper.


County Armagh Golf Club Captain, Richard Stewart, awards the Half-Century Cup to Jimmy Wilson. Also pictured are Ian O'Hea and Paul McCurry, who came 2nd and 3rd respectively.

Another player to have featured frequently among the prizes in recent months is Ian O'Hea, and he notched a runner-up finish here by virtue of a 40-point round that owed much to a marvellous back nine containing six pars and a birdie at the 18th. Testament to O'Hea's successful season is the reduction of his handicap from 15 to 12 since the qualifiers began in April — there's seemingly much to be said for warm-weather golfing training.

1st Francis Curley nett 67 (back 9)

2nd Laurence Corr nett 67

Category 1

1st Shea Smyth nett 68

2nd Brian McGuigan nett 69

Category 2

1st Derek Hynes nett 68

2nd Eamon O'Hagan nett 70

Category 3

1st Thomas Crowe nett 70

2nd Kevin Boyd nett 71

Prize giving Saturday 16th September @ 6.30 pm

All prize winners are requested to attend

Competitions Convenor 2017

1st Aiden McParland nett 61

2nd Ryan McVeigh nett 67 (back 9)

Category 1

1st Mark Loughran nett 67 (back 9)

2nd Neil Cromwell nett 67

Category 2

1st Martin Carson nett 70

2nd Daryl Lawson nett 71

Category 3

1st Thomas Crowe nett 70

2nd Jimmy Kelly nett 71

Prize vouchers can be collected from the Pro Shop

Competitions Convenor 2017

A positively regal golfing performance clinched glory for James King in the annual stroke event sponsored by Hugh McElvanna Drapery and Footwear, who may now have to start stocking some royal regalia in order to satisfy the noble needs of their newest customer.

King's exceptional nett 64 on Sunday 27 August fended off the challenge of 84 opponents and means he's now playing off 19. His peerless scorecard showed symmetrical nines of 42 shots — with one birdie and one par on each — and a welcome absence of any significant errors, as a dozen bogeys provided a solid foundation to James's merited success.


Category 1 prizewinners in the Hugh McElvanna Drapery and Footwear-sponsored stroke event, Joe Rooney and Stewart Stevenson, are congratulated by County Armagh Golf Club Captain, Richard Stewart. The competition was won by James King.

The Woods, Webster and Connolly Cups were contested at County Armagh Golf Club on Saturday 26 August, giving players the opportunity to test their scratch mettle against those in the same handicap bracket.

With the respective tournaments all kindly sponsored by Abbey Bond Lovis Insurance, a sublime gross 70 saw Paul Doyle prevail among the 6-9 handicappers and lift the Woods Silver Salver Trophy. The highlight of Doyle's Sunday stroke victory in June was an eagle at the 14th and he was up to his old tricks again, this time with a spectacular three at the 12th. Fifteen pars and two bogeys elsewhere made up an outstanding level-par offering that clips Paul's handicap to five once more.

Three shots adrift of Doyle and claiming the runner-up spot was Philip Russell, who reached the turn in 37 strokes before producing a marvellous level-par back nine featuring birdies at the 12th and 14th to add to his earlier 2 at the 3rd. Philip's classy gross 73 makes him an eight-handicapper but further downward trajectory seems inevitable.


County Armagh Golf Club Captain, Richard Stewart, presents the Woods Silver Salver Trophy to Paul Doyle, who won the competition sponsored by Abbey Bond Lovis Insurance. Also pictured are other prizewinners Philip Russell and Danny McGee.

The Webster Cup is competed for by all those with handicaps between 10 and 18

Senior Open Stableford Results

1st Ian Millar 38pts

2nd Andrew McCrea 37pts (back six)

3rd Brian McGuigan 37pts (back nine)

 

Open Stableford Results

1st Daryl Lawson 40pts

2nd Kevin Smyth 39pts

3rd Neill Dowzell 36pts (back six)

 

Prize vouchers will be available for collection in Pro Shop

Competition Convenor 2017

1st Shane O'Halloran nett 66

2nd Francis Curley nett 67 (back 9)

Category 1

1st Shea Smyth nett 68

2nd Brian McGuigan nett 69

Category 2

1st Laurence Corr nett 67

2nd Derek Hynes nett 68

Category 3

1st Gerard Byrne nett 70 (back 9)

2nd Thomas Crowe nett 70

Prize giving Saturday 16th  September @ 6.30pm

All prize winners are requested to attend

Competitions Convenor 2017