Forty-two ladies of County Armagh Golf Club braved the elements on Thursday 19 th May to play in this year's Sinton Cup Qualifier. Once again this competition was sponsored by McKinney Timber who provided a beautiful selection of gardening-related prizes. The lady Captain expressed her gratitude to the McKinney Family for their continued generosity.
The results were:
Gross 1 st P. McCrory (80)
THERE'S a fast-rising new sports star in the Campbell family home at Edenvale in Armagh.
While elder brother Shea peddles his talents in soccer, master Lee Campbell is making a name for himself in golf.
At least that's the case at County Armagh Golf Club where recently teenager Lee – the Club's Juvenile Captain – has been featuring regularly in the prizes – his latest being the A&N Shilliday sponsored Club Stableford.
County Armagh Golf Club Captain Martin Oliver presents Lee Campbell with his prize after winning the A&N Shilliday sponsored stableford competition. Included also is runner up John Lavery and Sunday stableford competition prize winners Brendan Beagan and Barry McGurgan.
County Armagh Junior GIRLS' Section presented a cheque for £236 to Lynne Robinson representative for the Neo Natal Unit at Craigavon Area Hospital.
The money was collected when the girls held a raffle at their coffee morning held in the club on Saturday 23 rd April. Also included in the photograph are Mrs Una Cullinane (Lady Captain at CAGC), Mrs Maura McCreesh (Junior Girls' Convenor) and Mrs Margaret Gordon (who works very closely with the girls).
FOUR local golfers are set to embark on the Longest Day Golf Challenge to raise funds for Macmillan Cancer Support.
Marty Daly, Damien Smyth, Patrick Brannigan and Declan Quinn will each play four rounds of golf in one day on June 23 rd .
County Armagh Golf Club have generously agreed to host the charity fundraiser which will see the fourball starting at 5am, play 72 holes, covering 25 miles and recording around 300 shots each.
Golfing Heroes Marty Daly, Patrick Brannigan, Damien Smyth and Declan Quinn will play the Longest Day Golf Challenge in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support, at County Armagh Golf Club on June 23rd.
WHILE his ‘better half', Lady Vice-Captain Gail, looks forward to a big year in office, Andrew Steed is content at least the spotlight is shining on him for one week this season.
And as winner of the magnificent Bumble Bee Cup, he's every bit deserving of the attention.
Andrew's nett 65 was the top score in the annual stroke competition sponsored by the Victoria Bar, Armagh.
Andrew Steed is presented with the Bumble Bee Cup by County Armagh Golf Club Captain Martin Oliver and competition sponsor Nicky Currie from the Victoria Bar, Armagh. Included also are category prize winners (from left) Eric Hamilton, Brian Loney, Declan McReynolds, John Vernon, Lee Campbell and Jerome Leer.