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County Armagh Golf Club Northern Ireland

County Armagh Golf Club Northern Ireland

Men - News & Results

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

Half Century Cup

1st Jimmy Wilson 41 points

2nd Ian O'Hea 40 points (back 9)

3rd Paul McCurry 40 points

Arthur Mayne Cup

1st Paddy Burns 40 points

2nd Eric Hamilton 39 points

Club Stableford

1st Kevin McElvanna 41 points

2nd Gerry Cullen 38 points

3rd Kenny Edgar 37 points (back 9)

Presentation of prizes will take place on Sunday 10th September @ 6.30pm.

Competitions Convenor 2017

Senior Open Stableford Results

1st Ian Beaddie 42pts

2nd Conall Hamill 40pts

3rd John McKinney 37pts (back nine)

 

Open Stableford Results

1st Stewart Hall 40pts

2nd Lee Stewart 38pts (back nine)

3rd Oliver Connell 38pts

 

Prize vouchers will be available for collection in Pro Shop

Competitions Convenor 2017

 

1st James King nett 64

2nd Colm McElroy nett 65

Category 1

1st Joe Rooney nett 67 (back 9)

2nd Stewart Stevenson nett 67

Category 2

1st Gareth Reilly nett 67

2nd William Knipe nett 68 (back 9)

Category 3 

1st Thomas Crowe nett 67

2nd James Kelly nett 72

Prize giving Saturday 2nd September @ 6.30pm

All prize winners are requested to attend

Competitions Convenor 2017

 

 

Woods Cup 6-9

1st Paul G Doyle Gross 70

2nd Philip Russell Gross 73

Webster Cup 10-18

1st Stephen Catterall Gross 72

2nd Martin Daly Gross 76

Best nett Danny McGee nett 64

Connolly Cup 19-28

1st Joe Rhodie Gross 86

2nd Sean Dougan Gross 87

Best nett Caolan McBride nett 69

0-5 Handicap 

1st Stewart Stevenson Gross 67

Prize giving Saturday 2nd September @ 6.30pm

All prize winners are requested to attend

Competitions Convenor 2017

County Armagh Golf Club's 2017 Open Week concluded on 19 August with Gary McAleavey lifting the Gerry Lenagh Memorial Trophy after victory in a tournament often regarded as one of the ‘majors' in the club's calendar.

On a blustery Saturday when a damp course yielded little run, scoring among the 202 contenders in the stableford event sponsored by Morgan McLernon Transport Distribution was slightly more conservative than usual, if no less impressive. Gary's hard-fought 40-point winning tally was aided by a useful haul of five homeward pars, which proved decisive in seeing off on a break of tie the significant challenge of his older brother Pat, who captured the runner-up award with a terrific 40-point return of his own.

Honorary Treasurer Pat can reflect with pride on a seven-par showing that clips his handicap from 17 to 16. And, while one can only guess as to the extent of this sibling rivalry, he surely couldn't have chosen a better man to lose out to! For his part, Gary's classy Gerry Lenagh success is merely the latest in a glorious season in which he has also secured both the May Medal and a massive nine-shot handicap reduction.


Oh brother! Gary McAleavey pipped Pat to the Gerry Lenagh top prize on a break of tie.

John Vernon tends to reserve his very best golf for Sunday competitions, but an outstanding gross 75 consisting of 13 pars and five bogeys showed that he can do it on a Saturday too; he came 3rd with 39 points. Thirty-eight points was a popular score as those in 4th, 5th, 6th and 7th places all recorded that total. Bagging 4th prize was Niall McGeown, who birdied the 17th and registered five pars elsewhere, and in-form Adam Cromwell followed up his midweek success — more of which later — with four birdies and a 5th-place finish.

An excellent outing featuring birdies at the 3rd and 6th clinched 6th position for former Club Captain Richard Black, while Lee Campbell crept into 7th with a wonderful gross 73 to match Adam's. The prolific Jarlath McReynolds particularly enjoyed the penultimate holes of each nine, eagling the 8th and birdieing the 17th in a one-over-par round that represented the day's lowest gross. Stewart Stevenson was one shot back in the gross pecking order with a characteristically assured 71.


County Armagh Golf Club Captain, Richard Stewart, presents the Gerry Lenagh Memorial Trophy to Gary McAleavey, winner of the annual Open Stableford competition sponsored by Morgan McLernon Transport Ltd. Also pictured are other prizewinners (L-R) Lee Campbell, John Vernon, Jarlath McReynolds and Pat McAleavey.

Open Stroke, Daly Motor Spares Ltd, Saturday 12 August 

Open Senior Stableford Results

1st Kenny Gordon 40pts

2nd Brendan McKinney 39pts (back nine)

3rd Richard Black 39pts

 

Open Stableford Results

1st Stewart Hall 40pts

2nd Brendan Arthurs 39pts (back six)

3rd David Leeman 39pts (back nine)

 

Prize vouchers will be available for collection in Pro Shop

Competition Convenor 2017


One of the more relaxing days of the year for County Armagh Golf Club Captain Richard Stewart, was playing in the Max Hadden Memorial Trophy competition at Royal Belfast Golf Club. The annual event brings together all of the GUI Ulster Branch Captains. On the day our Captain Richard was joined in a fourball by John Marshall, Captain of Malone Golf Club, David  McMullan, Captain of Royal Portrush,  and  Alistair Gibson, Treasurer GUI Ulster Branch.

As the qualifying season at County Armagh Golf Club gallops to its autumnal conclusion with dispiriting rapidness, the penultimate Medal of 2017 was competed for on 6 August. And emerging victorious from a 96-strong field in this Gerard Byrne Tyres-sponsored event was Paul Traynor with a tremendous nett 66.

It's often said that damage limitation at certain tricky junctures is key to any successful round of golf and, crucially, Paul recorded just one double bogey — at the 3rd — in his admirably steady Sunday showing. Half a dozen pars at the 4th, 9th, 10th, 12th and, most impressively, 18th added the gloss to an excellent gross 83 that secured for Traynor both the much-sought-after monthly silverware and a new handicap of 16.


Paul Traynor is presented with the County Armagh Golf Club August Medal by competition sponsor Gerard Byrne, proprietor of Gerard Byrne Tyres. Also pictured are Club Captain Richard Stewart and other prizewinners (L-R) Oliver Connell, Norman Mallon, Derick Hynes and Caolan Doyle.