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County Armagh Golf Club Northern Ireland

County Armagh Golf Club Northern Ireland

Men - News & Results

1st Overall David Leeman 42pts

2nd Charlie Vernon 41pts.

Cat.1

1st Leo King 40pts.

2nd Kieran Donnelly 39pts(back nine)

Cat 2

1st Andy Steed 38pts(back nine)

2nd Derek Little 38pts(back nine)

Cat 3

1st Cathal Cullen 40pts

2nd Andrew Streahorn 39pts

Best Gross

Jerome Leer

With the course having taken such a battering from the seemingly incessant rain of recent weeks and yielding such little run as a consequence, good scores at County Armagh Golf Club are very hard-earned these days.

In such conditions, it's especially advantageous to possess the sort of animalistic hitting power that Thomas Murray has in his armoury, and indeed this proved to be the case as he took the top honours in a Club Stableford event on Saturday 16 September.

To focus solely on Murray's capacity for enormous distance would do a disservice to a deft short game that was also very much in evidence during this fantastic two-over-par outing. Thomas notched birdies at the 2nd, 7th, 10th and, most satisfyingly, the 18th, which arrested a potentially costly slide of three consecutive bogeys from the 15th to 17th. As it was, Murray's peerless 42-point return sealed a comfortable competition victory and a deserved eight-to-seven handicap reduction.


The 6th at County Armagh: an easy hole on paper; a little more tricky on grass.

Trailing Thomas by three points and occupying the Saturday runner-up berth was Ian Millar. This 11-handicapper often reserves his best golf for the weekly Wednesday Opens, but a splendid 39-point round comprising 10 pars and eight bogeys showed that he can produce the goods on any day of the week.

Senior Open Stableford Results

1st Ian Beaddie 40pts

2nd Terry Chin 38pts

3rd Norman Mallon 37pts

 

Open Stableford Results

Open Stableford cancelled and played as a sweep

Winner: Mark Frazer 39pts

 

Prize vouchers will be available for collection in Pro Shop

Competitions Convenor 2017

Smith Cup Winner -  Tom Calvert

Runner up - Shea Brady

Gray Cup Winner - Ciaran McCreesh

Runner up - Keith Stewart

Charlemont Cup Winners - Kenny Edgar & Andrew Rennie

Runners  up -  PJ Quinn & Kevin Boyd

Pat Russell Trophy Winner - Cormac O'Hare

Runner up - Paul Doyle

Mixed Matchplay Trophy Winners - Jim Wilson & Teresa Corrigan

Runners up -Rodney Villiers & Gladys Villier

Presentation of prizes will be held on Sat 30th Sept. @ 6.30pm 

All prize winners are expected to attend

1st William Knipe 43 points

2nd Martin Grimley 41 points (back 6)

Category 1

1st Art McCrory 41 points (back 9)

2nd Paul G Doyle 41 points (back 9)

Category 2

1st Michael Calvert 39 points (back 9)

2nd Gavin McElmeel 39 points (back 9)

Category 3

1st Thomas McElmeel 41 points

2nd Tony Fagan 37 points (back 9)

Prize vouchers can be collected from the Pro Shop

Competitions Convenor 2017

1st Ciaran Conroy nett 63

2nd Gary Jordan nett 65

Category 1

1st Stewart Stevenson nett 66 (back 9)

2nd Michael Cullen nett 66

Category 2

1st Paul Rice nett 68 (back 9)

2nd Dessie Cassidy nett 68

Category 3

1st Michael Crozier nett 69

2nd Barry McElvanna nett 70

Presentation of prizes @ 6.30pm Saturday 30th September

All prize winners are requested to attend

Competitions Convenor 2017

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.