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County Armagh Golf Club Northern Ireland

County Armagh Golf Club Northern Ireland

Men - News & Results

To register back-to-back wins is a rare feat, but Neil Dowzell achieved exactly that in the stableford competitions held at County Armagh Golf Club on the weekend of 8-9 April.

Having recently turned in prizewinning displays in both the St Patrick's Day Open and the first week of the Tuesday Cup, Neil had already identified himself as a golfer on top form, but this latest merciless raid of the honours has undeniably marked him out as the man to beat of the early season.

On the Saturday, Dowzell capitalised fully on the beautiful spring weather and rapidly improving and drying course to post a simply fantastic 45 points.

This impressive gross 75 comprised 11 pars, six bogeys and a birdie at the penultimate hole as Neil slammed the door on the rest of the field.

Remarkably, the Dowzell victory margin was only a single point, as pursuing him almost all the way was Malachy McSorley, who notched a massive 44 points.

1st Joe Rooney 44 points

2nd Stephen Catterall 43 points

Category 1

1st Brian Loney 42 points

2nd Paul Pender 41 points

Category 2

1st Brendan Lynch 42 points

2nd Oisin Gill 40 points (back 9)

Category 3

1st Christopher Lester 42 points

2nd Ciaran McCreesh 40 points (back 9)

Prize vouchers can be collected from the Pro Shop.

Competitions Convenor 2017.

A thrilling, if nerve-wracking, 5.5-4.5 win over Ballyliffin Golf Club has ensured County Armagh's continued participation in the All-Ireland Four-Ball Trophy.

In the first leg played in Armagh on Sunday 2 April, Tim Teahan's charges comprised a mixture of stalwarts from previous campaigns and a few fresh faces, and this proved the perfect blend as the home side turned in a quite tremendous performance.

While the traditional par 3 curtain-raiser to the Masters tournament in Augusta, Georgia, had to be cancelled amid thunderstorms and tornado threats, there were no such concerns locally as County Armagh Golf Club hosted its very own version of the event on Friday 7 April.

With the course amended accordingly in order to serve up nine testing short holes, players were treated to glorious sunshine as they went in search of pars, birdies and, ultimately, prizes in the competition sponsored by Iron Designs Armagh.

Lee Stewart, doing his most convincing Sergio Garcia impersonation, completed the challenge in just 27 strokes. This was the lowest gross score of the day and gave Lee top spot in the 0-7 handicap section.


Alongside prize winners Anne and Enda O'Reilly are Lady Captain, Gail Steed, and Philip Devlin of Iron Designs Armagh.

As the 2017 season at County Armagh Golf Club starts to gather momentum, Michael Calvert has got his hands on the first piece of silverware to be awarded this year.

A virtuoso performance of 45 points secured glory for Calvert in the CP McNabb Trophy, which was competed for on the weekend of 1-2 April.

Michael refused to get bogged down by the wet conditions underfoot, instead excelling from the off as he posted 23 points on the outward nine. Most impressive here was the gutsy response to a no-score at the 5th — namely two birdies and two pars in the next four holes.


Michael Calvert receives the CP McNabb trophy from Vice Captain, Colm Shannon. Also pictured (L-R) are prize winners David Grimley, Stephen Catterall and Ciaran McCreesh.

1st Neil Dowzell 42 points

2nd Stephen Caterall 39 points (back nine)

Category 1

1st Colin Clarke 39 points

2nd Lee Stewart 38 points

Category 2

1st Ian O'Hea 39 points (back nine)

2nd Colm McElroy 39 points

Category 3

1st Henry Lyttle 36 points (back nine)

2nd Tom Donnelly 36 points (back nine)

Prize vouchers can be collected from the Pro. shop

1st Neil Dowzell 45 points

2nd Malachy McSorley 44 points

Category 1

1st Tom Fox 39 points (back 9)

2nd Shea Smyth 39 points (back 9)

Category 2

1st Gareth Reilly 40 points

2nd Denis Hughes 39 points

Category 3

1st Ciaran McCresh 37 points (back 9)

2nd Noel Muldoon 37 point(back 9)

Prize vouchers can be collected from the Pro Shop

Competitions Convenor 2017

1st Neil Dowzell 42 points

Category 1

1st John Lowe 40 points

Category 2

Joe Rhodie 40 points

Category 3

Eamon McCaffery 33 points

Prize vouchers can be collected from the Pro Shop.

Competitions Convenor 2017

1st Michael  Calvert 45 points

2nd Paul Gerard Doyle 43 points (back 9)

Category 1

1st Stephen  Catterall 42 points

2nd Mark Loughran 41 points

Category 2

1st David Grimley 43 points

2nd Bernard Grimley 41 points

Category 3

1st Gary McAleavey 40 points

2nd Ciaran McCreesh 37 points

Presentation of prizes Sunday 9th April @ 6pm.

All prize winners are requested to attend.

Competitions Convenor 2017.

You can play at anytime through the day.

The course will be set up for 9 par 3 holes.

Time sheet is now open and entry fee is £3.

Presentation of prizes at 9pm and the Masters coverage will be on live in the Bar.

Competitive golf, by its very nature, is more often than not an individual and somewhat selfish pursuit. However, on the weekend of 25-26 March, players at County Armagh Golf Club were given an opportunity to showcase their collaborative qualities.

In a four-ball better-ball competition held on the Saturday, John George Willis and Paul Doyle combined to take top spot with a magnificent winning score of 49 points. Six-handicapper Doyle provided the flair with birdies at the 1st, 3rd, 13th and 14th holes, while Willis, a more than able assistant, offered a steady hand at the prizewinning tiller with several timely contributions.

Second place was filled by Michael Cullen and Tom Fox, who carded 48 points. Highlights of this deadly duo's day included Tom's two at the 7th and Michael's spectacular birdie at the hardest hole on the course, the infamous 16th.