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County Armagh Golf Club Northern Ireland

County Armagh Golf Club Northern Ireland

Men - News & Results

A superb two-over-par round from Philip Russell on 16 September rendered him the deserving victor of a stableford competition at County Armagh Golf Club.

Back-to-back bogeys at the 4th and 5th were buffered on either side by seven pars, as Philip reached the turn in just 36 blows. And he needed only the same amount again on a tremendous back nine, where another pair of consecutive dropped shots were cancelled out by birdies at Ballyheridan and Beresford.

The resultant 42-point total clipped returning member Philip's handicap to seven and defeated on a break of tie Joe Rooney, who filled second spot after blasting a characteristically sensational gross 66 that featured a nap-hand of birdies.

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Ryan McVeigh was just one point shy of that mark and prevailed in category 1 through a marvellous gross 75 that was kick-started with a birdie at the 3rd. Meanwhile, runner-up among the low men was the evergreen Tom Calvert, whose nine pars, eight bogeys and one birdie represented an accomplished day's work.

Club Stableford Results - Sunday 30th September

1st Tom Donnelly 39pts (back nine)

2nd Roy Davis 39pts (back nine)

Category 1

1st Gary McDonald 38pts

2nd Kieran Grimley 36pts (back six)

Category 2

1st Chris McCabe 39pts

2nd Patrick Darragh 38pts

Category 3

1st Paul McKeown 38pts

2nd Norman Mallon 33pts (back nine)

Best Gross: Jimmy Wilson 31pts

 

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Club Stableford Results - Saturday 29th September

1st Gary McAleavey 40pts

2nd Johnny Palmer 39pts

Category 1

1st Martin Murphy 38pts

2nd Lee Stewart 37pts (back nine)

Category 2

1st Jim Wray 38pts (back nine)

2nd Chris McCabe 38pts

Category 3

1st Joe McKenna 38pts

2nd Anthony Mone 37pts (back nine)

Best Gross: Joe Rooney 35pts

 

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Competitions Convenor 2018

Saturday 28 July stuck out like a sore and particularly wet thumb in what was otherwise one of the best summers of recent years. That was the day when rain hammered down on County Armagh Golf Club, quickly flooding sun-baked, concrete-like fairways and bringing about the abandonment of the Henry and May White Memorial Open.

When the Philip White Tyres-sponsored tournament was re-run on 15 September, there was a merciful return to the benign golfing conditions that have largely characterised the last few months. Indeed, on this occasion, such was the receptiveness of inviting greens and an almost total absence of wind, many of the 157-strong field wilfully set about murdering the Cathedral City course through scintillating scoring.

Topping that sharp-shooting Saturday pile was Michael Curley, who fired an awesome nett 62. A birdie at the 3rd and six front-nine pars saw Curley to the halfway point at just one over par, which, given his then 12 handicap, represented a seriously commanding status.

Entirely undaunted, Michael proceeded to negotiate the back-nine challenge in a serene six pars and three bogeys. That victory stroll was a mightily impressive one and the resultant gross 74 slashed Curley's handicap to 10 as well as securing a welcome late-season win.

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Michael Curley is presented with the Henry and May White Memorial Trophy by competition sponsor Philip White from Philip White Tyres, and County Armagh Golf Club Captain, Colm Shannon. Also pictured are other prizewinners (L-R): Andrew McBirney, Paul Doyle, Lee Kirrane and Joe Rooney.

Among the immediate chasing pack, Paul Doyle and Jimmy Wilson enjoyed almost identical fortunes. Both men were six-handicappers at the start of play and each went on to register magnificent one-under-par rounds comprising four birdies, three bogeys and 11 pars, with 33 shots going out and 36 coming home. In fact, Paul and Jimmy could only be split on a last-two break of tie, where the former's birdie at Fairy Thorn proved decisive and separated the pair into the silver and bronze positions respectively.

Open Stableford

1st Anthony Farrell 38 points (back nine)

2nd Michael Calvert 38 points

3rd Roy Davis 37 points

 

Senior Open

1st Michael Macklin 38 points 

2nd Johnny Palmer 37 points (back nine)

3rd Ben Simpson 37 points

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Among the final pieces of silverware on offer from County Armagh Golf Club's 2018 fixture list were the Half Century Cup and Arthur Mayne Cup, both of which were contested on 9 September.

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County Armagh Golf Club Captain, Colm Shannon, presents the Arthur Mayne Cup to Danny McGee, winner of the annual stableford competition. Looking on is runner-up, Tim Teahan.

As its title might suggest, the Half Century Cup is competed for by those whose 50th birthday has been and gone, and emerging victorious from this experienced coterie was Jerome Leer with a massive 42-point salvo.

Leer is the very personification of the old ‘good touch for a big man' adage, and he demonstrated that in spades once more with an incredible four outward birdies and then eight consecutive pars to finish. That all added up to an outstanding sub-par gross 69 that rendered Jerome a more than deserving recipient of the trophy.

John Lavery has probably never been referred to as ‘a big man' but his Sunday points haul was certainly a substantial one. Lavery ended just two points shy of Leer and in the silver medal position on account of a classy gross 77 that contained a birdie at the 4th and 10 pleasing pars elsewhere.

Johnny Brown also negotiated the Cathedral City course in 77 blows and clinched third prize. Brown's best play came during a terrific two-over-par first nine, and he eventually declared on a 39-point total that clips his handicap to single figures.

The over-65s did battle for the Arthur Mayne Cup, and prevailing among this hotbed of venerability was Danny McGee. The 14-handicapper's fine 35-point effort included three instances of back-to-back pars, and only a no-score on the penultimate hole prevented a more convincing winning tally. 

A sensational nett 62 catapulted Gary McDonald to victory in a County Armagh Golf Club stroke competition on 8 September.

A birdie at the 9th saw Gary, then playing off 14, reach the halfway juncture in a mere 38 strokes — an outward tally that was all the more impressive given that it incorporated an anomalous treble bogey on the consistently problematic 6th hole.

However, there were no such missteps on an even more accomplished back nine that featured a Sequoias birdie in the middle of McDonald's McFlurry of five pars and three bogeys.

The resultant gross 76 ensured that Gary couldn't be dislodged from the leaderboard summit in the tournament sponsored by Fairlawns Residential Home, and a two-shot handicap reduction represented the icing on his Saturday golfing cake.

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Gary McDonald, winner of the Fairlawns Residential Home stroke competition, is presented with his prize by sponsor, Michael Murphy. Also pictured are County Armagh Golf Club Captain, Colm Shannon, and other prizewinners (L-R): Norman Mallon, Michael Crozier, David Leeman, John Lowe, Denis Hughes and Paul Pender.

Two shots adrift of the winner was John Lowe, who carded a nett 64. J-Lo was far from bringing up the rear as that magnificent total confirmed his occupancy in the overall runner-up berth. Lowe's gross 77 contained a hefty haul of 13 pars, and only double bogeys at the neighbouring 7th and 16th holes undermined his tilt at the top prize.

Club Championship 2018

Top 10 - After Club Stableford - Sunday 23rd September

1st Calum Connell 13pts

2nd Adam Cromwell 10pts

3rd Mark Frazer 8pts

4th Shea Smyth 8pts

5th Kevin Smyth 7pts

6th Joe Rooney 7pts

7th Michael Curley 7pts

8th Gareth Frizell 6pts

9th Paul Donnelly 5pts

10th Norman Mallon 5pts

 

Competition Convenor 2018

Club Stableford Results - Sunday 23rd September

1st Shea Smyth 40pts

2nd Mark Frazer 39pts (back nine)

Category 1

1st Michael Curley 39pts

2nd Adam Cromwell 37pts

Category 2

1st Colm McElroy 39pts (back nine)

2nd Roy Davis 39pts

Category 3

1st Seamus Knipe 38pts

2nd Paul McKeown 34pts

 

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1st Michael Curley 41 points

2nd Brian Hughes 40 points (back 9)

Category 1

1st Lee Kirrane 40 points

2nd Joe Rooney 39 points (back 9)

Category 2

1st Robert Patterson 40 points

2nd Kevin McElvanna 38 points

Category 3

1st John George Willis 39 points

2nd Philip Richards 36 points

 

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Competitions Convenor 2018

Club Stableford Results - Sunday 16th September

1st Philip Russell 42pts (back nine)

2nd Joe Rooney 42pts

Category 1

1st Ryan McVeigh 41pts

2nd Tom Calvert 40pts

Category 2

1st Colin Hughes 40pts

2nd Colm McElroy 38pts (back nine)

Category 3

1st Philip Devlin 40pts

2nd Turlough Brady 38pts

 

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Competition Convenor 2018