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County Armagh Golf Club Northern Ireland

County Armagh Golf Club Northern Ireland

Men - News & Results

Since remarkable back-to-back competition wins on the second weekend of April, Neill Dowzell had been absent from the prizewinners' enclosure as his golfing fortunes returned to earth with the rest of us.

However, the Caledon native is back with a vengeance, emerging triumphant in the stableford competition played at County Armagh Golf Club on 21 May.

In an accomplished 77-stroke round, Dowzell racked up no fewer than 12 tidy pars, including a stunning six on the bounce to conclude proceedings and simultaneously dash the hopes of his 96 rivals on the day.

His 41-point scorecard also showed five acceptable bogeys, with a seven at the notorious 10th the only genuine blot on his highly meritorious Sunday copybook.

Although now playing off 11 as a result of his repeated tournament-winning antics, Neill is clearly an individual who knows how to get the job done and few would be surprised to see him taste further success in some of the prestigious fixtures on the horizon.


The penultimate test at County Armagh Golf Club: the 17th hole, Fairy Thorn.

0PEN 

1ST Jarlath McReynolds 42PTS

2ND Stewart Hall 40pts.

3rd Dwayne Houston 38pts.9back nine)

 

Senior Open

1st Paul Doyle 39pts.(back three)

2nd Brian Liddy 38pts.(back nine)

3rd Cormac O'Hare 38pts.(back nine).

Prize vouchers will be left in Pro. shop 

He'd been knocking on it for weeks as he collected a series of category prizes and, finally, the door to overall competition success was opened to Gary McAleavey in County Armagh Golf Club's May Medal.

In the strokeplay event held on Saturday 20 May, Gary carded an unbeatable nett 63 to seal victory by two clear shots from the rest of the 167-strong field.

Seven fine pars and the bonus of a brilliant birdie up on Rokeby Green provided the backbone of McAleavey's May masterclass, which has resulted in a well-earned handicap reduction from 21 to 19.


May Medal winner Gary McAleavey is presented with his prize by Eileen Stewart, manager at Armagh Business Centre, who sponsored the competition, and daughter Nicola Stewart. Also pictured are category winner Michael Grant and Club Captain Richard Stewart.

1st Martin Grimley 42 points

2nd John Vernon 41 points

Category 1

1st Ian Beaddie 40 points (back 9)

2nd Darren Wilson 40 points

Category 2

Laurence Corr 40 points

Paul Kelly 39 points

Category 3

Paul McKeown 40 points

Noel Cassin 39 points (back 9)

Prize vouchers will be left in the Pro Shop.

Competitions Convenor 2017

1st Richard Stewart nett 63

2nd Christopher Lester nett 64

3rd Conor McAneney nett 65

4th Ciaran Conway nett 66

5th Michael Macklin nett 67 (back 9)

6th Aidan McParland nett 67 (back 9)

7th Gerald McKenna nett 67

Gross

1st Philip Kelly Gross 70

2nd John Maguire Gross 72

Prize giving Saturday 3rd June @ 6.30pm.

All prize winners are requested to attend

Competitions Convenor 2017

Only three weeks previously, a back-nine collapse meant that John Vernon had to settle for only a category 1 runner-up prize when overall competition glory had looked to be firmly within his grasp.

Mightily impressive then was Vernon's latest super Sunday when, refusing to be denied top honours once again, the eight-handicapper posted a tremendous 40-point total to triumph in the Club Stableford on 14 May.

A fantastic final flourish in which John birdied the 15th and 17th and was one under par for the last five holes was the very antithesis of the Harps man's late demise on 23 April and testament to a golfer of true character.

1st Neil Dowzell 41 points (back 9)

2nd Kevin Slevin 41 points

Category 1

1st Paul McCurry 40 points (back 9)

2nd Joe Rooney 40 points 

Category 2

1st Ed Hughes 37 points

2nd Ian O'Hea 36 points (back 9)

Category 3

1st Norman Mallon 39 points

2nd Kieran Grimes 36 points (back 9)

Best Gross Shea Smyth Gross 71

Prize vouchers can be collected from the Pro Shop.

Competitions Convenor 2017

 

1st Gary McAleavey nett 63

2nd Brian Loney nett 65 (back 9)

Category 1

1st Barry Scully nett 65 (back 9)

2nd Joe Rooney nett 65 (back 9)

Category 2

1st Pascal Toner nett 65

2nd Jim McCreesh nett 66

Category 3

1st Michael Grant nett 68

2nd Malachy McSorley nett 69

Presentation of prizes will take place on Saturday 27th May @ 6.30pm.

All prize winners are requested to attend.

Competitions Convenor 2017

Tim Teahan's All-Ireland Four-Ball Trophy squad have extended their interest in the competition with an impressive 5·5-4·5 victory over Mannan Castle.

The team's first round defeat of Ballyliffin last time out was built largely on a fruitful home performance, and it was a similar story again as County Armagh secured a commanding 4-1 lead on local soil on Sunday 7 May.

Amid sweltering heat, the outstanding result in that first leg came in the final match, where Brendan Lynch and Gerry Doyle were four holes down before staging a remarkable recovery that eventually saw them win the contest through Brendan's fine par at the 18th. As sparks to ignite such comebacks go, Gerry's sensational hole-in-one at the 11th takes some beating and perhaps sowed the first seeds of doubt in the minds of their opponents.

County Armagh Golf Club was a hive of activity on 6 May as a season-high 188 golfers swarmed to the course to contest the Bumblebee Cup, sponsored by the city's Victoria Bar.

The bee's knees in this stroke competition was Christopher Lester, who had every reason to wax lyrical about a stunning nett 62 that saw him grab the Saturday glory.

Lester was no doubt buzzing as he registered pars at the 2nd, 5th and 7th on his way to a halfway tally of 41 strokes, which four under his handicap. No one would have blamed Christopher, though, had his mood turned decidedly waspish after back-to-back bogeys at the 10th and 11th checked his progress and threatened to put a bee in his prizewinning bonnet.

However, there was to be no nasty sting in the tail as Lester rallied brilliantly thereafter, posting three pars in the remaining seven holes, including a nerveless four at the last. His birdie at the 14th was as sweet as honey and represented the ultimate highlight of a tremendous day's work. A worthy recipient of the Bumblebee Cup, Christopher's handicap has been slashed from 22 to 19, and one can predict with some confidence that that number will tumble further as the year progresses.


Christopher Lester receives the Bumblebee Cup from Nicky Currie, proprietor of Victoria Bar, Armagh. Also pictured are Club Captain Richard Stewart and Shea Smyth, competition runner-up.

Wednesday Open

1st Lee Stewart 42 points (back nine)

2nd Philip Kelly 42 points

3rd James Armstrong 40 points

 

Wednesday Senior Open

1st Kieran Beagan 42 points

2nd Pascal Toner 38 points (back six)

3rd Fred Hanna 38 points (back nine)

 

Prize vouchers will be left in the Pro Shop for collection

Competitions Convenor 2017