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County Armagh Golf Club Northern Ireland

County Armagh Golf Club Northern Ireland

Men - News & Results

Club Stroke Results - Sunday 19th August 2018

1st Kevin Smyth nett 63

2nd Jamie Calvert nett 64 (back nine)

Category 1

1st Brian Loney nett 64

2nd Shea Smyth nett 66 (back nine)

Category 2

1st Tim Teahan nett 67

2nd John McAleavey nett 67

Category 3

1st Charles Johnston nett 65

2nd Norman Mallon nett 66


Prize vouchers can be collected in the Pro Shop

Competition Convenor 2018

August Medal Results - Saturday 18th August 2018

Sponsored by: Gerard Byrne Tyres

1st Andrew Conn nett 64 (back nine)

2nd John Maguire nett 64

Category 1

1st Kieran Donnelly nett 65 (back nine)

2nd Patrick Brannigan nett 65

Category 2

1st John McKinney nett 66 (back nine)

2nd Don McKee nett 66

Category 3

1st Shane O'Halloran nett 67

2nd Rodney Villiers nett 68


Presentation of prizes @ 6:00pm Saturday 25th August.  All prize winners are requested to attend

Competitions Convenor 2018

The vast majority of members at County Armagh Golf Club would bite your hand off to shoot a gross 68 once in a lifetime. Stewart Stevenson, however, was unwilling to settle for that even as the high point of a single playing weekend because, after posting that awesome number in the Open competition on 4 August, he went lower again 24 hours later. Golfing gluttony is a terrible vice.

In the Club Stableford event on 5 August, Stevenson responded to an opening bogey by firing birdies at the 2nd, 6th, 8th, 9th, 12th and 13th and dropping only one further shot. The winning Sunday scorecard showed a three-under par front nine and a one-under-par homeward trek, as Stewart dismissed the challenge posed by the city course in a measly 66 strokes. This was a stunning two-day showing from the silver-haired two-handicapper.

Stewart's accruing 42 points left him two clear of the overall runner-up, Michael Calvert, who amassed four birdies of his own including an incredible hat-trick of front-nine 2's. Calvert has had his handicap pruned to 12 on account of his excellent and eventful gross 79 but is likely still regretting his costly decision not to enter that day's 2's club!

The 9th was just one of six holes that Stewart Stevenson birdied on his way to a majestic gross 66 on 5 August.

Open and Senior Open Stableford - Wednesday 15th August

Senior Open Results

1st Alan Wilson 44pts

2nd Patrick Burns 39pts

3rd Peter Murtagh 36pts


Open Stableford Results

1st Ronan O'Reilly 42pts

2nd Gareth Reilly 41pts

3rd Kevin Smyth 40pts


Prize vouchers will be available for collection in Pro Shop

Competition Convenor 2018

The Open Stroke competition that kicked off County Armagh Golf Club's Open Week on 4 August was sponsored by Daly Motor Spares, and Declan McReynolds's golfing engine was purring as he cruised to a superb winning score of nett 64.

Declan had served notice to his fellow competitors that he was a man in form with a nett 67 that clinched category 1 victory in the previous weekend's July Medal. This time out, he reached the halfway point through a composed front nine of five pars and four bogeys. Even better would follow immediately thereafter, as birdies at the 11th and 12th were buffered on either side by momentum-maintaining pars at the 10th and 13th.

A slightly ragged 6, 5 climax came after two more pars at the 15th and 16th, but it all amounted to a marvellous six-over-par outing that granted McReynolds Snr a new handicap of 11 as well as tournament glory.

Peter Daly of Daly Motor Spares, sponsors of the Open Stroke event at County Armagh Golf Club, presents the winner, Declan McReynolds, with his prize. Also pictured are Club Captain, Colm Shannon, and fourth-placed Paul Pender.

The three slots immediately below Declan on the Saturday leaderboard were filled respectively by the alliterative triumvirate of Ciaran Conroy, Stewart Stevenson and Paul Pender.

Ladies & Gents Open Stableford - Sponsored by: Gaffney Estate Agents

Sunday 12th August 2018

Ladies Results

1st Rita Mone 44pts

2nd Una Cullinane 39pts (back nine)

3rd Alexandra Mawhinney 39pts

Gents Results

1st Mark Frazer 44pts

2nd Conor McGuigan 41pts

3rd Malachy McSorley 40pts (back six)

4th Kris Calvert 40pts (back nine)

5th Philip Devlin 40pts


Presentation of prizes Saturday 18th August @6:00pm.  All prize winners are requested to attend.

Competition Convenor 2018

Gerry Lenagh Open Stableford Results - Saturday 11th August 2018

Sponsored by: Morgan McLernon Transport Distribution

1st Garrett O'Reilly 45pts

2nd Oscar Loney 43pts

3rd Adam Cromwell 41pts (back nine)

4th Jamie Calvert 41pts

5th Tim Teahan 40pts

6th Stephen Monaghan 39pts (back six)

7th Gareth Reilly 39pts (back nine)


1st Shea Smyth 36pts

2nd Joe Rooney 33pts


Presentation of prizes Saturday 18th August @6:00pm.  All prize winners are requested to attend

Competitions Convenor 2018

Spectacular weekend of golf at County Armagh Golf Club on Saturday 25th August and Sunday 26th August. To celebrate our 125th Anniversary play for the Open Centenary Obelisk Trophy on the Saturday, sponsored by Irwin M&E with a 1st prize of a £125 voucher.

Presentation of prizes that evening at 9pm with music by the Preacher Caseys.

After that, if you are still up for more golf, play in the 36 hole Scratch Cup on Sunday 26th, sponsored by F & K Smyth Restoration & Decoration .



Whereas almost biblical rainfall had caused the postponement of the Henry and May White Memorial Open 24 hours earlier, there were no such wetness worries at County Armagh Golf Club on Sunday 24 July. And taking full advantage of these much more clement conditions was Brendan Arthurs, who fired a superb nett 65 to clinch the July Medal.

Brendan's uncertain start to proceedings in the Alexander Mills-sponsored event was soon forgotten when he parred the 3rd and then landed a hat-trick of pars from the 7th to the 9th. Arthurs had now found himself a massive five shots under his handicap at the halfway stage, which meant that a steady if unremarkable back nine was sufficient for him to deservedly get his hands on the coveted monthly silverware.

Pictured alongside Club Captain, Colm Shannon, are July Medal prizewinners (L-R): Shane O'Halloran, Aidan McParland, champion Brendan Arthurs, Niall McGeown, Declan McReynolds, Vincent McCormack and Chris McCabe.

Elsewhere, Chris McCabe's birdie up the 10th ignited an impressive four-over-par back nine that earned him a nett 66 and the overall runner-up award. McCabe has had his handicap snipped to 14 on account of this excellent gross 81, which featured no fewer than eight pars.

Wed Open

1st Stephen Monaghan 41 points (back nine)

2nd David Leeman 41 points

3rd Adam Cromwell 40 points


Senior Open

1st Brendan McKinney 40 points

Declan McReynolds 39 points (back nine)

3rd Tom Calvert 39 points

Prize vouchers will be left in Pro. shop

In an increasingly prosperous summer on the inter-club matchplay front, a second County Armagh Golf Club team in a matter of weeks has qualified for a tournament semi-final.

Following closely in the assured footsteps of the Ulster Cup crew, who booked their place in the last four earlier in July, the Cathedral City club has also reached the semi-final of the Ulster section of the All-Ireland Four-Ball Trophy after defeating a much fancied Dunmurry outfit.

Tim Teahan's men set their stall out from the beginning of the quarter-final tie and posted a 3½-1½ scoreline in their favour from the home leg on Sunday 22 July. Here, there were victories for the pairings of Oliver Connell/Philip Dowey, Paul Kelly/Gavin McElmeel and Paul Wasson/Stephen Nugent before the visitors secured a narrow 17th-green win in match no.5.

Tim Teahan's All-Ireland Four-Ball Trophy team now face a semi-final clash with Greenisland.

The outcome of the remaining game would therefore be crucial to the direction of the overall encounter.