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County Armagh Golf Club Northern Ireland

County Armagh Golf Club Northern Ireland

Men - News & Results

SENIOR SCRATCH CUP

* 1st: £200

* 2nd: £80

* 3rd: £45

* Best 1st round: £25

* Second best 1st round: £25

JUNIOR SCRATCH CUP

* 1st: £200

* 2nd: £80

* 3rd: £45

* Best 1st round: £25 

* Second best 1st round: £25

OVERALL

* 1st Nett: £100

* 2nd Nett: £50

* Nearest the Pin 1st round: 6 Pro V

* Nearest the Pin 2nd round: 6 Pro V

* Longest Drive 1st round: 6 Pro V

* Longest Drive 2nd round: 6 Pro V

*No player can win more than one prize.

**All sums are vouchers rather than cash.

Best of luck to all those competing!

A limited number of tee times are still available for this great event. To grab one of the remaining slots, contact Will in the Pro Shop.

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Club Captain Richard Stewart is pictured with Scratch Cups sponsor Francie Smyth, from FKP Smyth Ltd (Restoration, Painting and Decorating) at the competition draw, the tee times from which are shown in the other image.

Senior Open Stableford

1st Brendan Beagan 39pts

2nd Gerard Cullen 38pts (back nine)

3rd Alan Wilson 38pts

 

Open Stableford

1st Lee Campbell 38pts (back six)

2nd Martin Gill 38pts (back nine)

3rd Adam Cromwell 38pts

 

Prize vouchers will be available for collection in Pro Shop

Competitions Convenor 2017

 

The difficulty of getting a winning score over the line at county Armagh Golf Club is often remarked upon, and justifiably so given the course's particularly testing closing stretch. However, Adam Hunniford made a mockery of that cliché as he romped down the home straight to prevail in the Sunday Stableford on 9 July.

Having recorded eight pars and five bogeys in his opening 13 holes of the McAnenly Transport-sponsored event, Hunniford will likely have stepped onto the 14th tee hoping for a reasonably solid showing over the last five to complete a satisfactory morning's graft at the competitive chalkface.

But the nine-handicapper produced rather more than that by proceeding to complete those remaining five holes in one under par. He posted a four at Sequoias before birdieing the 15th and, in an admirable display of composure under pressure, parring the 16th, 17th and 18th for a superb gross 74 that sealed a merited maiden victory of the season.

That bountiful late points grab was decisive too, because Paul Pender also finished strongly to match the 41-point Hunniford haul but ultimately had to settle for second place on a back-nine break of tie. Pender had already turned in a string of impressive and prizewinning performances in 2017, and this was just another.


Adam Hunniford, winner of the stableford competition sponsored by McAnenly Transport Ltd, is presented with his prize by Sean McAnenly. Also pictured are County Armagh Golf Club Captain Richard Stewart and other prizewinners (L-R) Martin Carson, Paul Pender, Mark Keogh, Shea Smyth and Dermot O'Neill.

1st Mark Keogh nett 62

2nd Brian McGuigan nett 64 (back 9)

Category 1

1st Colin Clarke nett 64

2nd Jamie Calvert nett 67

Category 2

1st Christopher Lester nett 64

2nd Laurence Corr nett 65

Category 3

1st Noel Conn nett 67

2nd Turlough Brady nett 69 (back 9)

Best Gross Shea Smyth Gross 70

Prize vouchers can be collected from the Pro Shop.

Competitions Convenor 2017

Results - Allen Cup - Saturday 15th July 2017

Sponsored by: J R McMahon

 1st Philip Richards nett 63

2nd Nat McGeown nett 64

Category 1

1st Lee Campbell nett 65 (lowest gross)

2nd David Grimley nett 68 (back nine)

Category 2

1st Alec Nesbitt nett 66

2nd Gerry Kelly nett 67

Category 3

1st Sean Brannigan nett 67 (back nine)

2nd Rodney Lynas nett 67

 

Prize giving Saturday 22nd July @ 6:30pm

All prize winners are requested to attend

Competitions Convenor 2017

Ladies Results

1st Una Cullinane 38 points (back 9)

2nd Mary Black 38 points

3rd J Boyle (visitor) 35 points

Gents Results

1st Noel Muldoon 45 points

2nd Paul Corvan 41 points

3rd Andrew Miller 40 points (back 9)

4th Jamie Calvert 40 points

5th Brendan Lynch 39 points

Prize vouchers can be collected from the Pro Shop.

Competitions Convenor 2017

Exactly three weeks after Paul Doyle landed the Sunday spoils at County Armagh Golf Club, son Caolan followed in his old man's footsteps with a three-over-par masterclass that prevailed in the club stableford tournament on 2 July.

In the event sponsored by Whittles Spar Supermarket, Caolan stormed round the front-nine aisles to reach the turn with 20 points in his stableford trolley, before eventually arriving at the 18-hole checkout with a massive 42-point salvo. The resultant first prize was a not so unexpected item in Doyle's bagging area.

Playing off nine at the start of proceedings, Caolan bogeyed the 1st before embarking on a run of five pars in a row that was halted only by a birdie at the 7th.

This high was followed by his only true blunder of the day — a double bogey at the 8th — but, completely unperturbed, Doyle the younger proceeded to record seven pars and a birdie in his next eight holes before ending with a pair of fives for a fantastic gross 73.


County Armagh's most difficult par 3? The 9th, Plateau.

The Henry and May White Memorial Open kicked off the July schedule at County Armagh Golf Club and saw Desmond Kinsella roar to victory with a tremendous nett 65.

In the Philip White Tyres-sponsored stroke competition held on the first day of the month, Kinsella's round was bookended by double bogeys at the first and last holes.

Happily for the now 13-handicapper, however, those scrappy sixes were entirely out of keeping with the rest of his play in an excellent 79-stroke showing containing just four dropped shots elsewhere.

Consecutive pars at the 5th, 6th and 7th helped Desmond to a dominant halfway position of three under his handicap, but even better would follow on the back nine.

Seven pars on the spin between the 11th and 17th spoke to a man inspired rather than daunted by the prospect of glory and, indeed, it was this hot streak that guided Kinsella to his first piece of silverware since making a welcome return to the club after a spell in Rossmore.


Desmond Kinsella is presented with the Henry and May White Memorial Open Trophy by Philip White, proprietor of Philip White Tyres Ltd, sponsors of the annual competition at County Armagh Golf Club. Also pictured are Club Captain Richard Stewart and other prize winners (L-R) Conor McAneney (4th overall), Stewart Stevenson (1st gross), David Grimley (3rd overall), James Johnston (2nd gross) and Johnny Brown (5th overall).

Good luck to CAGC Armagh golfers Philip Kelly, Jarlath McReynolds and Andrew Miller in the North of Ireland Championship at Royal Portrush today.

Follow their progress here https://www.golfnet.ie/UlsterGolfLive#top

1st Adam Hunniford 41 points (back 6)

2nd Paul Pender 41 points (back 9)

Category 1

1st Paul G Doyle 41 points

2nd Shea Smyth 39 points

Category 2

1st Martin Carson 41 points (back 9)

2nd Mark Keogh 41 points

Category 3

1st Thomas Crowe 40 points

2nd Dermot O'Neill 38 points

Prize giving Saturday 15th July @ 6.30pm

All prize winners are requested to attend

Competitions Convenor 2017

1st Team

John White

Martin Murphy

Paul Smyth

Nat McGeown    101 points

2nd Team

Adam Hunniford 

Neil Linton

Brian Loney

Ian Ritchie         98 points

3rd Team

Gary Lappin

Neil Dowzell

Danny McGee    96 points (back 9)

Prize vouchers can be collected from the Pro Shop

Competitions Convenor 2017