Lady Vice Captain Una Cullinane presents Aideen Canavan with a bottle of wine for scoring a hole in one on the 11th at County Armagh Golf Club on Thursday 20th August
WHILE the middle-aged and senior members of County Armagh Golf Club indulged in their respective cup events, James Johnston was putting on a show for the young'uns in the Sunday Club stableford.
Playing off a handicap of five, the local bakery worker returned a formidable 41 points to win the competition open to those below the half-century age.
County Armagh Golf Club Captain Richard Black presents James Johnston with his prize after winning the Sunday club stableford competition. Included also are runners up Shea Brady and Martin Carson
PEARSE McBride was the popular winner of County Armagh Golf Club's Mayne Cup.
To loud applause from a packed clubhouse, he was presented the trophy by Club Captain Richard Black.
Pearse McBride is presented with the Mayne Cup by County Armagh Golf Club Captain Richard Black. Included also is competition runner up Tim Teehan
NOEL Murtagh was a surprised but delighted winner of the County Armagh Golf Club's Half Century Cup.
His 39 points was enough to secure the coveted piece of silverware played for annually by the club's Over 50 year-olds.
Noel Murtagh is presented with the Half Century Cup by County Armagh Golf Club Captain Richard Black. Included also is competition runner up Johnnie Brown
A COUNTY Armagh Golf Club Medal will take pride of place in Jim Carberry's collection after the Orangefield man triumphed in the August competition.
His nett 64 was the outstanding score recorded on the day – three better than anyone else. Kevin Boyd was his nearest challenger on nett 67, a score shared also by Thomas Murray, Gerard Mone and Sean Brannigan who each picked up category prizes in the competition.
Jim Carberry is congratulated by County Armagh Golf Club Captain Richard Black after winning the club's August Medal. Included are runners up (from left) Thomas Murray, Master Joe Rooney, Neil Cromwell and Kevin Boyd
THERE'S to be another Lenagh name engraved in the Gerry Lenagh Trophy – that of Declan Lenagh who lifted the magnificent piece of silverware during Open Week at County Armagh Golf Club.
County Armagh Golf Club Captain Richard Black presents the Lenagh Memorial Trophy to Declan Lenagh, winner of the Open Week major Stableford competition which was sponsored by Morgan McLernon Transport Distribution. Included also are runners up Gerry McCreesh, Gerard Mone, Andrew Millar, Patrick Brannigan, Cormac O'Hare and Joe Rooney.
The Junior Girls Captain's Day was held on Monday 3 rd August. The Junior Girls Captain Aoife Lennon presented the prizes which were kindly sponsored by Gerry McCreesh.
Aoife Lennon ( Junior Girls Captain) seated 4 from the right flanked by Club Captain Richard Black and Lady Vice Captain Una Cullinane.
Former Northern Ireland international and Manchester United footballer Keith Gillespie and sports pundit Liam Beckett joined County Armagh Golf Club Vice Captain Marty Oliver and member Paul Kelly for a round of golf on the city course on Saturday afternoon.
The visitors thoroughly enjoyed their game and for Keith and Paul it was a winning partnership, prizing the match winnings from Liam and Marty!