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County Armagh Golf Club Northern Ireland

County Armagh Golf Club Northern Ireland

Men - News & Results

A scholarly scrap between St Patrick's Grammar School teachers past and present broke out at County Armagh Golf Club on Saturday 17 June, as Paddy Loughran narrowly edged out Gerry Cullen to earn victory in the club stableford competition.

Paddy, Club Captain in 1996, started steadily if unspectacularly as he was five over par and level his handicap for the first five holes.

However, a par at the 6th followed by a birdie two at the Quarry got the retired maths man motoring and he would reach the turn with a superb 21 points.

Loughran's back-nine performance was almost as brilliant as he bashed home pars at the 11th, 12th, 14th and, most impressively, the 17th and 18th on his way to a 20-point homeward haul.

Paddy's fine 41-point total clipped his handicap to 16 and granted him a much deserved success that proves there's still plenty of competitive spirit left in this veteran campaigner.

County Armagh Golf Club's toughest hole: the 16th, Lakes.

1st Stewart Stevenson 39pts.

2nd Derek Little 38pts.

Cat 1

Brian McGuigan 37pts.

Cat 2

Conlon Rice 38pts

Cat 3

Gerry Doyle 37pts

Prize vouchers will be left in Pro shop.

The new County Armagh Golf Club Captain's Day Perpetual Cup, which has been kindly donated by 2017 Captain Richard Stewart, will be competed for on Friday/Saturday for the very first time.

Who'll be the first person to get their name engraved on this beautiful trophy?

He has been one of County Armagh's most consistent golfing campaigners over many years and, on 11 June, Paul Doyle lived up to that billing with a characteristically assured nett 66 to secure top spot in the Sunday stroke competition.

Doyle birdied the 3rd to nullify his bogey at the previous hole before further dropped shots at the 5th and 8th saw him reach the turn in 36 strokes.

A tremendous, if topsy-turvy, level-par back nine would follow, with the retired schoolteacher bogeying the 10th, 16th and 18th but slotting another birdie at the 12th and then holing his approach to the 14th green for a spectacular eagle two.

Paul's mastery of low-ball-flight golf is often admired, and he'll hope to earn more plaudits by consolidating the five-handicap status bestowed upon him by this excellent two-over-par round.

County Armagh Golf Club's index 18 and shortest par 5: the 12th, Ballyheridan.

Senior Open Stableford

1st Ian O'Hea 44pts

2nd Martin Oliver 42pts (back nine)

3rd Paul Doyle 42pts


Open Stableford

1st Barry Scully 39pts (back nine)

2nd Paul McKeown 39pts (back nine)

3rd Neill Dowzell 39pts


Prize Vouchers will be available for collection in Pro Shop

Competition Convenor 2017

It's difficult to imagine a performance more deserving of glory than that produced by John Maguire on Saturday 10 June.

Maguire illuminated the Lonsdale Cup, sponsored by Armagh City Hotel, with a stunning four-under-par gross 66 to earn a two-shot victory over the rest of a packed 195-man field.

Having netted category and gross prizes in recent weeks, John had already signalled that he was recapturing something like his best form.

Now, after turning in such a majestic display in one of the most prestigious fixtures in the County Armagh Golf Club calendar, he has identified himself as very much a golfer for the big occasion.

The then four-handicapper's sublime showing began with a tepid five at the 1st. However, a hat-trick of birdies at the 3rd, 6th and 7th and just one more dropped shot, at the 8th, saw him reach the turn in only 33 strokes.

Then followed an utterly flawless three-under-par back nine, in which another quick-fire Maguire birdie treble nestled nicely among six serene pars.

Uppermost among the myriad impressive aspects of John's Lonsdale masterclass are the fact that it arrived on a day of such stiff winds and his assured 4, 4, 4 denouement when many others would surely have lacked such composure.

The magnificent Lonsdale Cup is presented to winner John Maguire by Brian McCormack, representing sponsors Armagh City Hotel, and Club Captain Richard Stewart.

1st Joe Rooney nett 64

2nd Gary McDonald nett 65

Category 1

1st Adam Cromwell nett 66 (back 9)

2nd Jerome Leer nett 66

Category 2

1st Christopher Lester nett 66

2nd Chris McCabe nett 67

Category 3

1st Stephen Miller nett 68 (back 9)

2nd Shane O'Halloran net 68

Presentation of prizes will take place on Sunday 25th June @ 6.30pm.

All prize winners are requested to attend.

Competitions Convenor 2017

1st Paddy Loughran 41 points (back 9)

2nd Gerard Cullen 41 points

Category 1

1st Mark Loughran 40 points (back 9)

Stephen Catterall 40 points

Category 2

1st James Thompson 40 points (back 9)

2nd Bernard Grimley 40 points

Category 3

Dermot Haughey 39 points

Philip Richards 38 points

Best Gross Philip Kelly Gross 68

Prize vouchers can be collected from the Pro Shop

Competitions Convenor 2017

Tim Teahan's All-Ireland Four-Ball Trophy side have continued their entertaining run in the competition with a 5·5-4·5 defeat of Edenmore that seals their passage to the 4th round.

With impressive victories over Ballyliffin and Mannan Castle already under their inter-club matchplay belt, the County Armagh men travelled to Magheralin on Sunday 4 June in the hope of making Edenmore their latest scalp.

In that rain-soaked away leg, the team secured two valuable points through a last-hole win for Oliver Connell and Martin Grimley and the half points provided by the pairings of Davy Spratt and Norman Mallon and Gavin McElmeel and Anthony Fagan.

As Edenmore now enjoyed a 3-2 and 11-hole halfway lead, County Armagh required 3·5 points from the return leg on Sunday 11 June and, with the tie so delicately poised, Captain Teahan shuffled his pack for that home clash.

Open Stableford

1st Ian Millar 40pts

2nd Conlon Rice 39pts (back nine)

3rd Pat McAleavey 39pts


Senior Open Stableford

1st Kyle Johnston 42pts

2nd Simon Arthurs 40pts

3rd Niall Brady 38pts


Prize Vouchers will be available for collection in Pro Shop


Competitions Convenor 2017

After his remarkable 12-par salvo paved the way to Sunday Stableford triumph at County Armagh Golf Club, it's clear that Greens Convenor Davy Baird has our beautiful course set up just to his liking.

In the competition sponsored by King Bros Quarry on 4 June, Davy completed his outward nine in just 37 strokes to reach the turn with a more than useful 22 points.

A double bogey on the par 3 11th was unwelcome, but Baird betrayed no signs that this was the start of a rot and immediately embarked on an outstanding run of six pars and a bogey for his final seven holes.

A tireless worker for the club over many years, few will begrudge Davy this win . His fine gross 77 on a day of high winds and nasty showers equated to 42 points that, as well as handing the former Club Captain tournament glory, snipped his handicap to 12.

Davy Baird is presented with his winner's prize by Robert King of Kings Bros Quarry. Also pictured are Club Captain Richard Stewart, overall runner-up Lee Kirrane with his son Luke, and category prize winners Jim Carberry, Ian Millar, John Maguire and Dermot O'Neill.