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County Armagh Golf Club Northern Ireland

County Armagh Golf Club Northern Ireland

Men - News & Results

Bumblebee Cup - Results

Sponsored by: Victoria Bar

1st Paul Donnelly nett 61

2nd Paul Pender nett 65

Category 1

1st Jonathan McKnight nett 69

2nd Neil Linton nett 70 (back three)

Category 2

1st Jonathan Doherty nett 71 (back nine)

2nd Desmond Cassidy nett 71

Category 3

1st Eamon Connolly nett 70

2nd Stephen Miller nett 72

Best Gross Philip Kelly gross 70


Presentation of the Bumblebee Cup will take place on Saturday 12th May @6:00pm.  All prize winners are expected to attend

Competition Convenor 2018


1st Shea Smyth 41points

2nd Kevin McElvanna 36points (back nine)

3rd joe rooney 36points


Sen. Open

1st John Lowe 35pts(back nine)

2nd Gerry Cullen 35pts

3rd don McKee 32pts

Prize vouchers will be left in Pro shop

The first Sunday qualifier of County Armagh Golf Club's 2018 campaign yielded a deserving winner in the shape of stormin' Norman Mallon.

Playing on 22 April, Mallon reached the turn in 44 blows before three pars on the way home enabled him to complete the back nine in the same number.

This was a day when, underfoot, the soft ground was offering little run, and, overhead, there was the customary stiff breeze. So, any decent return would necessarily be hard-earned. Norman's marvellous nett 67 was especially pleasing, therefore, and also seals for him a satisfying one-stroke handicap cut.

County Armagh's 17th Hole: par 4, Fairy Thorn

A single shot back and closest to Mallon in the overall standings was Stephen Catterall on nett 68. Catterall reeled off no fewer than 11 pars amid his high-quality gross 78, and this prolific prize-gatherer has been rendered a single-figure handicapper by virtue of his latest skilful display.

The April Medal is always a much-anticipated item on the County Armagh Golf Club fixture list, signifying as it does the beginning of the fully competitive season.

With the white markers in place for the first time, handicaps subject to fluctuation once more as a result, and the format stroke rather than stableford (the staple of winter golfing exchanges), it was all systems go on Saturday 21 April. Indeed, even the sun made a rare appearance to provide extra gloss to the tournament sponsored by S Millar & Son Painters and Decorators.

And all of the aforementioned conditions seemed to galvanize Adam Cromwell, who clinched the first Medal of 2018. The towering youngster did so in some style too, firing a superb level-par gross 70 on a day when a blustery wind made scoring far from straightforward.

Four birdies, including a purple patch of three in five holes from the 2nd to the 6th, helped Adam to the dominant position of two under par with three to play before a couple of shots were ceded over the notorious closing stretch. It all added up to a peerless nett 65, which means a no doubt welcome handicap clip from five to four and represents an accomplished launch of Cromwell's qualifying campaign.

Adam Cromwell is presented with County Armagh Golf Club's April Medal by Club Captain, Colm Shannon. Also pictured are Andrew Millar (second from left) representing competition sponsors, S Millar & Son Painters and Decorators, and other prizewinners (L-R) Kevin McElvanna, Shea Smyth and Stephen Nugent.

Kevin McElvanna enjoyed a highly promising maiden year at County Armagh Golf Club in 2017, and he looks eager to carry on that good form this term.

Club Stableford - Sunday 29th April

1st Brian McGrady 38pts (back six)

2nd Stephen Moloney 38pts (back nine)

Category 1

1st Andrew Conn 38pts

2nd Noel Murtagh 37pts

Category 2

1st Sean McAnenly 37pts

2nd Noel Loye 36pts

Category 3

1st Dwayne Houston 36pts

2nd Paul McKeown 35pts

Best Gross Stewart Stevenson 34pts


Prize vouchers can be collected in Pro Shop

Competition Convenor 2018

Results - Hirsh Cup - Saturday 28th April

Sponsored by:- Netstretch Limited

1st Patrick Brannigan nett 66

2nd Brian Hughes nett 67

Category 1

1st Tom Fox nett 68 (back nine)

2nd Shea Smyth 68 (back nine)

Category 2

1st Brian Cleland nett 68

2nd Miceal McParland nett 69 (back nine)

Category 3

1st Norman Mallon nett 68

2nd Brian Rafferty net 70

Best Gross Philip Kelly gross 70


Prizegiving Sunday 6th May @ 6:00pm.  All prize winners are requested to attend

Competitions Convenor 2018

A recent weekend of pairs and team events at County Armagh Golf Club gave players a rare chance to pool their talents in the hunt for honours.

In a Four-Ball Better-Ball competition on Saturday 14 April, a deadly duo of Laurence Corr and the in-form Oliver Connell emerged triumphant with 46 points.

That total kept them one clear of runners-up Leo King and Philip Dowey who, on account of their superior back-nine performance, pushed Gareth Reilly and Gavin McArdle into the bronze medal position.

The following day, a Four-Ball Team Classic saw the high-quality quartet of Tom Fox, Michael Cullen, John Vernon and Kieran Campbell rack up a massive 106 points to secure a comfortable victory.

Sunday's second place was filled by Mark Frazer, Jim McMullan, Andrew Conn and Philip Russell on 99 points.

Meanwhile, the same score was registered by Geoff McCartney, Johnny Brown, Norman Mallon and Colin Clarke, who had to settle for third place after losing out on a break of tie.

Such tournaments provide a welcome break from golf's inherent selfishness but, with the 2018 campaign's first qualifier having since been played, pursuit of individual glory will be the priority from here on in.

County Armagh's final par 3: the 13th, Rokeby Green.

Results - Club Stroke

1st Norman Mallon nett 67

2nd Stephen Catterall nett 68 (back nine)

Category 1

1st Joe Rooney nett 69

2nd Paul Doyle nett 70 (back nine)

Category 2

1st Calum Connell nett 68 (back nine)

2nd Brendan Beagan nett 68

Category 3

1st Hugh McEneaney nett 70

2nd Gerard Byrne nett 71


Prize vouchers can be collected in the Pro Shop

Competitions Convenor 2018

April Medal Results - Sponsored by S Miller & Son - Painters & Decorators

1st Adam Cromwell nett 65

2nd Kevin McElvanna nett 67

Category 1

1st Michael Cullen nett 68 (back nine)

2nd Shea Smyth nett 68

Category 2

1st Ian Ritchie nett 68 (back nine)

2nd John McAleavey nett 68

Category 3

1st Stephen Nugent nett 69 (back nine)

2nd Dwayne Houston nett 69


Presentation of April Medal will take place on Saturday 28th April @ 6:00pm.  All prize winners are expected to attend

Competitions Convenor 2018

As County Armagh Golf Club finally begins to emerge from a brutal and seemingly never-ending winter, the first trophy on its 2018 fixture list has been awarded to Oliver Connell.

Oliver was a regular prizewinner in 2017 and it's been a case of, "Please, sir, I want some more", as he's hit the ground running again this term.

In the CP McNabb Trophy, which was played for on the weekend of 7-8 April, the big 16-handicapper triumphed by virtue of a marvellous 42-point performance; golf, glorious golf.

Having notched 19 points on his way out, Connell really turned on the style during a 39-shot back nine that included birdies at the 12th and 17th.

That yielded a massive homeward haul of 23 points, which meant that even a late Oliver twist — namely a treble bogey at the 18th — couldn't derail his Saturday success.

Oliver's Army: CP McNabb Trophy winner, Oliver Connell, is joined by proud daughter, Alicia, and son, Calum, who himself was a prizewinner in the Easter Open a week previously. Also pictured is Club Captain, Colm Shannon, who made the presentation.

Leading the chasing pack that Connell so artfully dodged was Adam Hunniford, who matched both the victor's 42-point total and, remarkably, his breakdown of 19 points on the front nine and 23 on the way in.

County Armagh Golf Club hosted its annual Easter Open competition on 31 March and 1 April, a weekend when bitterly cold conditions were in direct contrast to the red-hot scoring.

The most sizzling of these performances in the stableford event sponsored by Cyril Johnson & Co Ltd came from Stephen Miller, who plundered no fewer than 25 points on a two-over-par front nine, which he followed up with a further 21 on the homeward trek.

On a super Saturday showing in which Stephen birdied the 4th and carded only one double bogey, he eventually signed for a blistering 46 points to seal a comfortable three-point winning margin.

The Easter Open stableford competition at County Armagh Golf Club was won by Stephen Miller, who was presented with his prize by Club Captain, Colm Shannon. Also pictured are other prizewinners in the Cyril Johnston & Co Ltd-sponsored tournament: (L-R) Paul Donnelly, Stephen Nugent, John Vernon, Calum Connell and John Maguire.

Miller will hope to reproduce such heroics when the qualifying tournaments commence later this month, and his 19 handicap is likely to start plummeting from that point.