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Senior (Over 50s) Open

1st Colm Shannon 40pts

2nd David Baird 39pts (back six)

3rd John Lowe 39pts


Open Stableford

1st Kris Calvert 40pts (back six)

2nd Nathan Grimley 40pts

3rd Ryan Runnette 39pts (back six)


Over 70s Competition

1st Michael Wasson 42pts


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Competitions Convenor 2020 

On 2 August, while County Armagh Golf Club members aged 50 and over competed for the Mayne Cup or the Half-Century Cup, all those rendered ineligible for either on account of their relative youthfulness participated in a stableford competition sponsored by Rumour Cafe.

Club Stableford Results - Sunday 9th August

1st Garry Toal 41pts

2nd Stephen Moloney 40pts (back nine)

Category 1

1st Ronan McWilliams 38pts (back six)

2nd Nathan Grimley 38pts (back nine)

Category 2

1st Anthony Hillen 40pts

2nd Paul Traynor 37pts (back nine)

Category 3

1st Chris Hart 39pts

2nd Aidan McGee 37pts (back nine)

Gross: Joe Rooney 37pts


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Competitions Convenor 2020

Club Stroke Results - Saturday 8th August

1st Keith Stewart nett 63

2nd Mark Shannon nett 65

Category 1

1st Jarlath McReynolds nett 66

2nd John Maguire nett 67

Category 2

1st Brendan O'Hea nett 66

2nd Christopher Lester nett 67 (back nine)

Category 3

1st Barry Lappin nett 67

2nd Brendan Lynch nett 69 (back nine)


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Competitions Convenor 2020

County Armagh Golf Club's over-65s competed once again for the Arthur Mayne Cup on 2 August, when the annual event was generously backed by Rumour Cafe.

As its title might suggest, County Armagh Golf Club’s Half Century Cup is battled for by those whose 50th birthday has been and gone. Emerging victorious from this experienced coterie in a tournament sponsored by Rumour Cafe on 2 August was Neil Linton.

The Lonsdale Cup represents one of the most eagerly anticipated events in the County Armagh Golf Club calendar. With an August position on this term’s fixture list rather than its usual slot of early June, members had to wait with bated breath for that little bit longer.

For obvious reasons, the commencement of the various inter-club matchplay tournaments has been delayed this season and, indeed, many will not happen at all.

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