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County Armagh Golf Club Northern Ireland

County Armagh Golf Club Northern Ireland

Men - News & Results

Club Stableford Results - Sunday 14th October 2018

1st Sean McAnenly 45pts

2nd Richard Stewart 43pts

Category 1

1st Brendan Powell 41pts

2nd Jonathan McKnight 40pts (back two)

Category 2

1st William Knipe 40pts (back nine)

2nd Niall McGeown 40pts (back nine)

Category 3

1st Philip Devlin 36pts (back nine)

2nd Anthony Fagan 36pts (back nine)

Best Gross: Adam Cromwell 34pts

 

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Competitions Convenor 2018

Club Stableford Results - Saturday 13th October 2018

1st Lee Stewart 38pts

2nd Martin McClelland 38pts

 

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Competition Convenor 2018

Sunday's Club Stableford will be a Green Marker competition with lift clean and place throughout the course

‘Tom and Gary' sounds like a low-budget imitation of a much-loved children's cartoon. Fitttingly then, Tom Donnelly and Gary McAleavey each played a game of cat and mouse with their rivals before securing September competition victories at County Armagh Golf Club. 

On Saturday 29 September, Gary sealed the top honours with a peerless 40-point performance in which he birdied both the 2nd and the 7th before romping to the tape with five pars in the last five holes.

McAleavey's closest challenger was overall runner-up, Johnny Palmer, who had collected four points after the opening hole — when he pulled a birdie out of St Brigid's Well — and eventually signed for an excellent total of 39.

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The annual Past Captains’ competition was contested recently over two legs: the first at Ballymac, and the second at home at CAGC.

The eventual winner was Walter Neville and a good time was had by all. Well done, Walter!

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Club Stableford Results - Sunday 7th October 2018

1st Sam Jenkins 43pts

2nd Darren O'Hagan 38pts

Category 1

1st Lee Stewart 36pts (back six)

2nd Oliver Connell 36pts (back nine)

Category 2

1st Brian Wilson 36pts (back nine)

2nd Sean McAnenly 36pts

Category 3

1st Gerard Kelly 37pts

2nd Brendan Lynch 36pts

 

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Competition Convenor 2018

Club Stableford Results - Saturday 6th October 2018

1st Joe Rhodie 44pts

2nd John Lowe 40pts (back nine)

Category 1

1st Johnny Brown 40pts

2nd Michael Calvert 36pts (back nine)

Category 2

1st Eamon O'Hagan 40pts

2nd Niall McGeown 38pts

Category 3

1st Brian Liddy 37pts

2nd Patrick Hughes 35pts (back nine)

Best Gross - Mark Loughran 32pts

 

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Competition Convenor 2018

County Armagh Golf Club's 2017 Golfer of the Year is in rude health once again as we near the conclusion of the current campaign. Shea Smyth's two-under-par round on 23 September meant he collected first prize in a Sunday Stableford competition.

Shea dispensed with the 6th and 7th holes using just four strokes, as he followed up a spectacular eagle two on Crossways by mining a birdie from the Quarry. Another birdie out at the 12th and 13 pars elsewhere brought Smyth to a majestic gross 68, and the accruing 40 points kept him one ahead of the day's overall runner-up, Mark Frazer.

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In recording 39 points, six-handicapper Mark recaptured something like the form that saw him to Gaffney Open glory in August. His classy 74-shot outing, although finishing with a sad six, also featured the happier times of 13 pars and a superb birdie at the Lakes.

Back-to-back Saturday tournament victories at County Armagh Golf Club are a rare thing indeed, but that was exactly the feat completed by Michael Curley last month.

No doubt still feeling the glow from his stunning nett 62 and Henry White Open triumph on 15 September, another super show on 22 September saw Curley reach a terrific 41-point total and the summit of that day's Club Stableford leaderboard.

Michael was four over par through five holes of a torpid opening, but he sprung into life just then and played beautifully thereafter. The now single-figure handicapper eventually put his name to a gross 75 that was boosted by a pair of birdies on the double green that houses the 8th and 11th holes.

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The 4th hole at County Armagh Golf Club, par 4, index 5, the Old Third.

Closest to matching the winning tally was Beechie Hughes, who racked up eight pars on his way to a wonderful 40 points that earned him the overall runner-up prize as well as a new handicap of 16.

Kenny Spence was recently presented with the historic Tuesday Cup trophy, a fitting reward for his consistency in the long-running 18-week eclectic competition sponsored by Traynors Motor Store.

In the event which is traditionally contested from the beginning of April until the end of August, Spence's final tally of nett 41 meant he scored a comfortable four-shot victory ahead of runner-up Paul McCreesh. The remaining slots on the nett podium were filled by Philip Dowey, Kevin Smyth and Andy Conn respectively.

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Kenny Spence, County Armagh Golf Club's Tuesday Cup Champion 2018, is presented with the trophy by Club Captain, Colm Shannon. They are pictured alongside the nett runner-up, Paul McCreesh. 

With the weather remaining fair and the course in good condition, it has been decided to continue with qualifying competitions for as long as possible.

The coming weekend's competitions will now be as follows:

Saturday 6 October: Club Stableford, white tees, preferred lies fairways only.

Sunday 7 October: Club Stableford, white tees, preferred lies fairways only. 

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