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County Armagh Golf Club Northern Ireland

County Armagh Golf Club Northern Ireland

Men - News & Results

Club Stableford Results

Sponsored by: King Bros Quarry

1st Henry Lyttle 44pts

2nd Jarlath McReynolds 42pts

Category 1

1st Colin Clarke 39pts

2nd Caolan Doyle 38pts (back nine)

Category 2

1st Brendan Beagan 39pts

2nd Kieran Beagan 38pts (back nine)

Category 3

1st Kieran Grimes 38pts (back six)

2nd Danny Maxwell 38pts


Prize giving is on Saturday 9th June @ 6:00pm. Prize winners are requested to attend

Competition Convenor 2018 

Lonsdale Cup Results - Saturday 2nd June 2018

Sponsored by: Armagh City Hotel

1st Ed Hughes nett 61

2nd Jarlath McReynolds nett 63 (back nine)

3rd Charlie Vernon nett 63

4th Tom Fox nett 64 (back nine)

5th Ronan O'Reilly nett 64 (back nine)

6th Caolan McReynolds nett 64 (back nine)

7th Peter McParland nett 64 (back six)


1st John Maguire gross 70 (back nine)

2nd Shea Brady gross 70


Prize giving Saturday 9th June @ 6:00.  All prize winners are requested to attend

Competition Convenor 2018

With young Adam Cromwell having snapped up the first Medal of the season at County Armagh Golf Club last month, the second was on offer for the best performer in an Armagh Business Centre-sponsored stoke competition on 19 May. And as 174 combatants did sunshine battle for the coveted silverware, the last man standing was the increasingly prolific Stephen Nugent.

Given the fruitful fashion in which in which he has commenced the 2018 campaign — numerous category honours have followed his top prize in March's Chest, Heart and Stroke — the Keady player has been threatening a really big win, and he got it here by virtue of a fabulous nett 64.

Nugent's success was built on admirable constancy and error evasion, as his only score worse than a bogey came in the form of a relatively harmless five at the 9th. Elsewhere, Stephen's steadiness brought six pars and 11 bogeys, including a 5, 4, 5 climax that was especially impressive given the stakes.

In addition to being presented with the May Medal for his superb Saturday showing, Nugent has taken receipt of a new handicap of 18, and his sound golfing progress shows no sign of abatement.

Stephen Nugent is presented with the May Medal by Eileen Stewart from Armagh Business Centre, competition sponsor. Also pictured are County Armagh Golf Club Captain, Colm Shannon, and other prizewinners, Conal Hamill and Eamon Connolly.

Matching the triumphant total of nett 64 but losing out to the champion on break of tie was Conal Hamill, who filled the overall runner-up berth. There is little substitute for experience and, as the Moy man rolled back the years, he rolled home the putts to reach the turn in just 37 strokes.

Senior Open Stableford

1st Terry Chin              43 points

2nd James Kelly           41 points

3rd Tom Calvert           39 points (back 9)

Open Stableford

1st Andrew Streanhorn 44 points

2nd Oliver Connell       43 points

3rd Joe Rooney           42 points

Prize vouchers can be collected from the Pro Shop.

Competitions Committee 2018.

Club Stableford Results - Sunday 27th May

1st Lee Kirrane 40pts (back six)

2nd Kieran Grimes 40pts

Category 1

1st Andrew Miller 39pts

2nd Calum Connell 38pts

Category 2

1st Richard Brunsdon 37pts (back nine)

2nd Aidan McParland 37pts

Category 3

1st Brendan Lynch 39pts (back 3 on front 9)

2nd Hugh McEneaney 39pts (back 3)


Prize vouchers will be left in the Pro Shop for collection

Competition Convenor 2018

Open Stroke - Saturday 26th May

Sponsored by: Hillview Lodge Driving Range


1st Christopher Lester nett 65 (back nine)

2nd Leo King nett 65 (back nine)

3rd Mark Frazer nett 65

4th Anthony Conlon nett 66

5th Stephen Catterall nett 67 (back nine)

6th Oliver Connell nett 67

7th Kevin Ward nett 68 (back nine)


1st Lee Campbell gross 73

2nd Adam Cromwell gross 75


Competitions Convenor 2018

County Armagh Golf Club enjoyed double delight on the inter-club matchplay front recently, as both the Fred Daly Trophy and Jimmy Bruen Shield squads earned impressive wins in the first rounds of their respective competitions.

The Fred Daly Trophy employs a simple singles format, and an early matchup with Portstewart appeared a tricky proposition for the County Armagh youngsters. However, under the expert guidance of their captain, Jarlath McReynolds, the lads gained a dominant 4-1 advantage over their North Coast counterparts from the home leg on Saturday 12 May. And the boys extended that margin in Portstewart eight days later, when a 3-2 scoreline in their favour put the seal on a convincing 7-3 overall triumph.

The victorious County Armagh panel, who will meet Cairndhu in the second phase, consisted of Calum Connell, Steve Donaghy, Mark Hagan, Simon McGurk, Jamie McKenna, Caolan McReynolds and Joe Rooney.

County Armagh's Fred Daly side set up a meeting with Cairndhu by seeing off Portstewart.

The inability to field a side to compete in the Fred Daly Trophy in each of the last three seasons represented something of a nadir for junior golf at County Armagh. This success is especially poignant, therefore, and owes everything to the enthusiastic approach to junior coaching shown by Will Carey since he took up the reins as Club Professional last year, and the tireless efforts of joint juvenile convenors, Michael Calvert and Jarlath McReynolds. Thankfully, the future now looks bright.

"Twenty-twenty" is a phrase most readily associated with an optician's surgery or the modern-day short form of cricket. However, on 13 May, Gareth Frizell employed a golfing version of the 20/20 formula to scoop top prize in a stableford event at County Armagh Golf Club.

Gareth's winning scorecard showed 20 points on each nine, and his fine 85-stroke offering also ensured a one-shot handicap reduction. Double bogeys at the 3rd and 12th were the only minor blots on Frizell's Sunday copybook, because his steadiness everywhere else enabled him to complete the other 16 holes in 12 bogeys and four pars, the most memorable of which resulted from a chip-in on Oul Coach Road.

County Armagh Golf Club's signature hole: the 11th, par 3, Shambles.

With the weather showing a belated improvement and the course having dried out considerably as a result, things at County Armagh Golf Club are beginning to look and feel a bit more like one might usually expect for this time of year.

And in the PGA Tankard on Saturday 12 May, Andrew Hayward took full advantage of these more manageable conditions to expertly lead home a field of more than 160 hopefuls.

Hayward was anything but wayward as he kept it very much on the straight and narrow during a front nine that contained a birdie at the second-hardest hole and just 38 strokes. Playing off 15, that gave Andrew a very healthy halfway status and meant that mere solidity coming home should be enough to shoot a decent number; and so it proved.

A double bogey at the 16th was a minor setback that could've led to an irreversible loss of momentum — it's happened to many of us — but Hayward responded in some style, registering two closing pars to crown a terrific 40-point victory in the competition sponsored by Armagh Potato Company Ltd.

PGA Tankard winner, Paul Hayward, receives his prize from County Armagh Golf Club Captain, Colm Shannon. Also pictured are Charlie Johnston from Armagh Potato Company Ltd, competition sponsor, and other prizewinners (L-R): Paul Kelly, Shea Smyth and Eamon Connolly.

Club Stableford - Sunday 20th May

1st Eamon O'Hagan 39pts (back nine)

2nd Patrick Darragh 39pts

Category 1

1st Adam Cromwell 38pts (back nine)

2nd Shea Brady 38pts (back nine)

Category 2

1st Conor McGuigan 37pts

2nd Paddy Smyth 37pts

Category 3

1st Peter McParland 38pts (back three)

2nd Turlough Brady 38pts


Prize vouchers can be collected in the Pro Shop

Competition Convenor 2018

Iggy Mallon Memorial Cup - Mixed Greensomes - Friday 11th May 2018

1st Jerome Leer and Mary Black nett 64

2nd Paddy Burns and Patricia Hughes nett 65.5

3rd Stephen Miller and Lynne Brown nett 67

Gross: Andrew Miller and Alexandra Mawhinney gross 79


Competition Convenor 2018