1st Terry Hamilton 61 nett
2nd Gerry McCreesh 61 nett
1st John Maguire 64 nett
2nd Jarleth McReynolds 64 nett
1st Stephen Weir 64 nett
2nd Michael Curley 65 nett
1st Creg McKenzie 66
2nd Winston Gordon 67
Gross Neil Cromwell 68
Players can collect their prizes in the Professional's Shop
Terry's card marked for Professional Alan's prize
Terry Hamilton literally had his card marked even before he hit a ball in County Armagh Golf Club Professional Alan Rankin's annual stroke competition.
For when the 16-handicapper was presented with his card before Saturday's event, the words 'needs cut - please!' were written across it!
Whoever's was the insight, it was bang on, as Terry produced his best round of the year to record a superb nett 61 to win the coveted prize.
Four over after nine holes, Terry was to use up just a further three shots of his handicap on the homeward trek to take the honours. And it needed to be that good as ten handicapper Gerry McCreesh was breathing down his neck, finishing with a similar nett 61 and only conceding on countback.
The 'young ones' led the category prizes - John Maguire (4) and Jarlath McReynolds (4) both recording nett 64 scores and also needing to be separated on countback.
A Sunday winner the previous week, Stephen Weir was back among the winners to claim Category 2's first prize with a nett 64, and Michael Curley made a return to winning form with a nett 65 to claim the runners up prize.
In Category 3 Greg McKenzie's nett 66 earned him first prize and no doubt it was his birdie start at the first hole which set him up for that win. Winston Gordon was just a point behind with a nett 67.