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In County Armagh Golf Club's PGA Tankard sponsored by Armagh Potato Co Ltd, Darren O'Hagan got his chips and wedges just right as he returned a golden gross 74 to leave his rivals burnt and broken.

The annual tournament was contested on 19 May, and this turned out to be something of a red-letter day for the victor. O'Hagan's birdies on the same double green of the 8th and 11th sprinkled the stardust, but his unflappable outing was constructed on the stable foundations of his 10 pars and half a dozen bogeys elsewhere.

County Armagh Golf Club's PGA Tankard prizewinners are pictured with competition sponsor, Charles Johnston from Armagh Potato Co Ltd, and Club Captain, Kenny Edgar. They are (L-R): Eamon O'Hagan (appearing on behalf of his son Darren), Colin Clarke, Eamon Toner, Paul Pender and Paddy Darragh.

The resultant 44 points both sealed Darren's stableford super-show and means he's now playing off 11, which is unlikely to trouble him unduly if this performance is any sort of accurate indicator.  

June Medal Results - Sunday 16th June

Sponsored by: Johnston's Bakery

1st Paddy Burns nett 68

2nd James Johnston nett 69 (back nine)

Category 1

1st Nigel McMahon nett 69

2nd Neil Cromwell nett 70

Category 2

1st Francis Smyth nett 69

2nd Anthony Hillen nett 70 (back nine)

Category 3

1st Kevin Smyth nett 69

2nd Gerard Kelly nett 71 (back nine)


Competition Convenor 2019

Professional's Competition - Saturday 15th June 2019

Sponsored by: Will Carey

1st Calum Connell nett 65

2nd Stephen Monaghan nett 66 (back nine)

3rd John Maguire nett 66 (back nine)

Category 1

1st Derick Hynes nett 68 (back nine)

2nd Mark Loughran nett 68

Category 2

1st Alec Nesbitt nett 66

2nd Brian Cleland nett 69 (back one)

Category 3

1st Thomas Crowe nett 71

2nd Ben Simpson nett 73

Gross Prize: Joe Rooney gross 71

Nearest the Pin: Desmond Kinsella

Longest Drive: Joe Rooney


Competitions Convenor 2019

Senior Open Stableford Results

1st Eamon Connolly 39pts (back 9)

2nd John Lowe 39pts 

3rd Brian Liddy 36pts (back 9)


Open Stableford Results

1st James Currie 40pts (back 9)

2nd Kevin Smyth 40pts

3rd Joe Rooney 39pts


Prize vouchers can be collected from the Pro Shop

Competitions Convenor 2019

Club Stroke Results - Sunday 9th June

1st Shea Brady nett 67

2nd Brian Loney nett 68 (back six)

Category 1

1st Kieran Grimley nett 68

2nd Shea Smyth nett 69

Category 2

1st Stephen Monaghan nett 69 (back nine)

2nd Kevin Ward nett 69

Category 3

1st Tomas McElmeel nett 69

2nd Jarlath Hagan nett 70 (back nine)


Prize vouchers can be collected in the Pro Shop

Competition Convenor 2019

Allen Cup Results - Saturday 8th June

Sponsored by: J R McMahon

1st Neil Linton nett 65

2nd Oliver Connell nett 66

Category 1

1st Shea Brady nett 67

2nd Joe Rooney nett 68 (back nine)

Category 2

1st Kevin McElvanna nett 67 (back nine)

2nd Conor McGuigan nett 67

Category 3

1st Brian Liddy nett 69 (back nine)

2nd Geoffrey Macartney nett 69


Competitions Convenor 2019

Mixed Greensomes Results - Friday 7th June

Sponsored by: Ewart's Jewellers

1st Paul Wasson & Denise Murphy nett 64.5

2nd Shea Smyth & Alexandra Mawhinney nett 65.5 (back six)

3rd Sean Dougan & Anne McDonald nett 65.5

Gross: Jerome Leer & Mary Black gross 77 (back nine)


Competition Convenor 2019

Jurgen Klopps's ecstasy on Saturday 2 June was in sharp contrast to the agony experienced by his opposite number, Mauricio Pochettino. That same day, however, the two men found common ground amid despair at their mutual inability to lift County Armagh Golf Club's prestigious Lonsdale Cup.

That enormous privilege was bestowed upon Jarlath Hagan, who expertly fended off 206 fellow competitors in the stroke tournament sponsored by Armagh City Hotel.

Jarlath Hagan was presented with the Lonsdale Cup by County Armagh Golf Club Captain, Kenny Edgar, and Brian McCormack from Armagh City Hotel, proud sponsors of the annual stroke competition. Pictured on the 18th green, they are joined by other Lonsdale prizewinners (L-R): Joe Rooney, Stewart Stevenson (collecting on behalf of Keith Hamilton), John Maguire, Richard Black and John Lavery.