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County Armagh Golf Club Northern Ireland

County Armagh Golf Club Northern Ireland

Men - News & Results

The scintillating scoring of the previous day's Lonsdale Cup was in evidence once more 24 hours later, when the players at County Armagh Golf Club again cruelly dismantled the challenge of a course rendered vulnerable to low rounds by the simply sublime golfing conditions.

On 3 June, Henry Lyttle contradicted his surname to record a rather large 44-point total that left him two clear at the top of the leaderboard in a stableford event sponsored by King Bros Quarry.

Playing off a 21 handicap, Henry registered seven pars on the way out, which meant that he had banked a mammoth 24 points by half-time. The 20-point back nine that followed was characterised more by understated excellence, as pars at the 15th and 18th put the icing on his Sunday Stableford cake, with an added sweetener coming in the shape of a three-shot handicap reduction.

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Henry Lyttle, winner of the recent King Bros Quarry competition at County Armagh Golf Club, is presented with his prize by sponsor, Robert King. Also pictured are Club Captain, Colm Shannon, and other prizewinners (L-R) Colin Clarke, Jarlath McReynolds, Caolan Doyle, Danny Maxwell and Kieran Grimes.

A couple of points adrift of Lyttle and assuming second position overall for the second day in a row was that man Jarlath McReynolds, who matched his Lonsdale sub-par antics with another gross 67 here.

Senior Open Stableford

1st Eamon Connolly     40 points

2nd Johnny Palmer      39 points

3rd Ian Millar                37 points (back 9)

Open Stableford

1st Roger Duggan       39 points (back 9)

2nd Paul Kelly             39 points

3rd Lee Campbell       38 points (back 9)

 

Prize vouchers can be collected from the Pro Shop.

Competitions Committee 2018.

The Lonsdale Open represents one of the most prestigious and eagerly anticipated events on the County Armagh Golf Club fixture list, and the historic Lonsdale Cup is arguably the most coveted piece of silverware the club has to offer.

In the stroke competition sponsored by Armagh City Hotel on 2 June, then, the Lonsdale was granted its due reverence and respect by both the heavenly weather and the stunning scoring among 189 hopeful contenders. And heading up that field to be crowned a most worthy 2018 Lonsdale Champion was Ed Hughes, who returned a breathtaking nett 61.

Four consecutive pars from the 5th to the 8th helped Ed to reach the turn in 39 strokes, which was three under his then 16 handicap. Even better was to follow, however, as birdies at the 12th and 13th, which nestled nicely among his pars at the 10th, 11th, 14th and 15th, meant that Hughes was just three over par with three holes left to play. Hughes's 5, 5, 6 climax from there was understandably jittery, but it couldn't prevent his romping to Lonsdale triumph with a fantastic gross 77 that also clips his handicap to 13.

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County Armagh Golf Club Captain, Colm Shannon, and Barry Donaghy, representing Armagh City Hotel, present the Lonsdale Cup to champion, Ed Hughes. Also pictured are other prizewinners (L-R) Rónan O'Reilly, Tom Fox, Jarlath McReynolds, Shea Brady, John Maguire and Peter McParland.

Next to Ed in the Saturday pecking order was the red-hot Jarlath McReynolds, who negotiated the city course in just 67 hits. McReynolds's mastery was particularly evident during a three-under-par homeward dander, yet this nett 63 and overall runner-up award was to constitute only the first phase of a highly satisfying weekend's work.

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OVER £1000 IN PRIZES - Sunday 26th August 2018

Senior Cup (0-5) - 1st Prize £200

Junior Cup (6+) - 1st Prize £200

1st Prize Net £100

ENTRY FEE: £25 / MEMBER £15 - INCLUDES SOUP & SANDWICHES

Sponsored by F&K Smith

Club Stroke - Sunday 10th June

1st Paul Doyle nett 65 (back nine)

2nd Paul Donnelly nett 65

Category 1

1st Tom Fox nett 66

2nd Darren Wilson nett 67 (back nine)

Category 2

1st Oliver Connell nett 67

2nd Aidan McParland nett 68 (back nine)

Category 3

1st Gerard Byrne nett 67 (back three)

2nd Liam O'Hagan nett 67

 

Prize vouchers can be collected in the Pro Shop

Competition Convenor 2018

Professional's Competition Results

Sponsored by: Will Carey

1st Kevin Ward nett 63 (back nine)

2nd Martin Murphy nett 63 (back nine)

3rd Leo King nett 63

Category 1

1st Lee Campbell nett 64 (back nine)

2nd Paul McCurry nett 64

Category 2

1st Ian Ritchie nett 65 (back nine)

2nd Lee Kirrane nett 65 (back six)

Category 3

1st Robert Fagan nett 66

2nd Jonathan Mulligan nett 69 (back nine)

Gross Prize: Adam Cromwell gross 68 (back three)

Nearest the Pin: Derek Little

Longest Drive: Andrew Clarke

 

Prize giving will take place on Saturday 16th June @6:00pm.  All prize winners are requested to attend

Competition Convenor 2018

On another hectic, not to mention searingly hot, weekend of inter-club matchplay competition, no fewer than four of County Armagh Golf Club's teams were in action on Sunday 3 June. And grabbing the headlines this time were the All-Ireland Four-Ball Trophy panel, who booked their place in the last 16 after a victory over Knock that was marvellous and nail-biting in equal measure.

In the first leg in the Cathedral City on Sunday 27 May, the home side started in a bright and business-like fashion. The pairing of Oliver Connell and Stephen Nugent notched an early point through a casual dismissal of their opponents out at Ballyheridan, while their colleagues were ahead in three of the other four games.

The visiting East Belfast outfit rallied strongly at that juncture, however, and proceeded to claim two comeback successes. One of those concluded in dramatic fashion when Ian Ritchie's par putt on 18, which would've halved the match, lipped out and his Knock counterpart got up and down from below the green as though he'd been playing the course all his life.

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County Armagh Golf Club overcame Knock to reach the last 16 of the All-Ireland Four-Ball Trophy.

Paul Wasson and Norman Mallon then had to content themselves with a half point after a birdie brace from the Knock skipper and his partner undermined the home duo's previously commanding position. And in the last remaining individual contest, Paul Kelly and Gavin McElmeel gained a priceless win to leave the overall tie tantalisingly poised at 2.5-2.5 with County Armagh two holes to the good at the halfway stage.

Senior Open Stableford

1st Pearse McBride 42 points

2nd Conlon Rice 39 points (back 6)

3rd Derek Little 39 points

Open Stableford

1st Joe Rooney 40 points (back 9)

2nd Michael Calvert 40 points

3rd Davy Spratt 39 points

Prize vouchers can be collected from the Pro Shop.

Competitions Committtee 2018

With the course at County Armagh Golf Club suddenly in the sort of dry and bouncy state that was almost unimaginable just a fortnight ago, Eamon O'Hagan and Lee Kirrane took full advantage of the wonderful weather to land the spoils in two recent Sunday Stableford events.

First, on 20 May, four consecutive pars midway through the front nine helped Eamon to a satisfactory 18-point halfway tally before he really hit his stride coming home. The former schoolteacher birdied the 11th, recorded two further pars at the 13th and 14th and then, crucially, negotiated his way back to the clubhouse with four harmless bogeys. That all meant a terrific 39-point total that handed O'Hagan a slice of glory and pruned his handicap to 14.

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The 3rd hole at County Armagh Golf Club: par 3, Lonsdale.

After his category accolade a week previously, Patrick Darragh was back among the prizes with an overall runner-up placing here. Darragh missed out on top spot only on account of a marginally less productive back nine and, indeed, his day shared some similarities with Eamon's as he, too, parred everything from the 4th to the 7th and earned a 15-to-14 handicap clip as a result his excellent 39 points.

Just shy of 200 hopefuls took to County Armagh Golf Club's fairways on 26 May, as the packed field made the most of this continued spell of sublime weather.

In the Open Stroke tournament sponsored by Hillview Lodge Driving Range, eventual champion Christopher Lester signalled his winning intentions right from the off with a birdie at the opening hole. Pars at the 3rd, 4th, 6th and 7th then ameliorated most of the damage caused by unwelcome treble bogeys at the 2nd and 8th.

So, Lester reached the turn in a handicap-equalling 41 shots but it was thereafter that he really made his bolt for glory, as another birdie at the 10th kick-started a wonderful two-over-par back nine display. The now 13-handicapper's 4, 5, 4 concluding sequence was deserving of particular credit, and the resultant nett 65 ensured that Christopher could add this Open title to the various honours that he claimed in his prolific 2017, most notably the Bumblebee Cup.

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County Armagh Golf Club Captain, Colm Shannon, and Gary Baird from Hillview Lodge Driving Range, sponsor of the Open Stroke competition, are pictured with prizewinners (L-R): Oliver Connell, Anthony Conlon, Leo King, Stephen Catterall and Adam Cromwell.

The overall runner-up plaudits were taken by Leo King, who also posted a terrific nett 65 but was denied first prize on a countback. This was a truly regal performance from King nevertheless. His four-over-par knock was an accomplished affair made up of a birdie, five bogeys and a dozen pars, including six on the bounce at the beginning of the back nine.

1st Henry Lyttle 44 points

2nd Jarlath McReynolds 42 points

Category 1

1st Colin Clarke 39 points

2nd Caolan Doyle 38 points (back 9)

Category 2

1st Brendan Beagan 39 points

2nd Kieran Beagan 38 points (back 9)

Category 3

1st Kieran Grimes 38 points (back 6)

2nd Danny Maxwell 38 points

Prize giving Saturday 9th June @ 6.00pm

All prize winners are requested to attend

Competitions Committee 2018