There was a great turnout this year for Lady Captain's Day on Saturday 27 th June at County Armagh Golf Club. Members and visitors alike experienced glorious weather and the course was in magnificent condition for the big event.
The overall winner of the Lady Captain's prize was Catherine McAnerney with a fabulous score of 41 points.
Runner up was Lorraine Abbott also with 41 points and Teresa McVeigh won the Gross prize with 25 gross points.
A MAGNIFICENT seven birdies in a six-under par round shot Conal Patterson to victory in the Henry White Memorial Open competition at County Armagh.
The Lurgan man, who plays of a handicap of three, could do no wrong on his way to a nett 64 winning score.
With five birdes from the first eight holes, Conal was four under par at the turn – a bogey four at the par 3 third hole the only fault on his outward trek.
County Armagh Golf Club Captain Richard Black is joined by Nuala White for the presentation of the Henry White Memorial Trophy, sponsored by Philip White Tyres Ltd. Included are competition winners (from left) Philip Kelly, Shea Brady, Derek McKeever, George Bradshaw and Gareth Frizell
WHEN Gareth Grimley closed his round with an eight (8) at the par four 18 th hole, he had every reason to believe he'd blown his chances of winning a coveted County Armagh Golf Club Medal.
But his impressive steady scoring earlier cushioned the gaffe so much so that his finishing nett 63 score was still the best in the competition.
County Armagh Golf Club Vice Captain Marty Oliver is pictured with winners in the June Medal competition, from left, Philip Devlin, Shea Smyth, Gareth Grimley (winner), George Bradshaw and Sean T Dougan.
FERGAL McKinney's par at the 18th hole earned him first prize in the Complete Living Solutions sponsored stableford at County Armagh.
It was all that separated Fergal and Killylea man Andy McCrea when both recorded 40points in the Sunday club stableford.
County Armagh Golf Club Vice Captain Marty Oliver is pictured with winners in the Complete Living Solutions sponsored Club Stableford competition (from left) Eamon Toner, Philip Devlin, Shea Smyth, Fergal McKinney (winner) and G Mone.
GARY Jordan grabbed the early June Open Stableford prize at County Armaghwith 42 points. But will surely have been more than surprised with his win after failing to score at both the 8th and 17 th holes.
21 points and 20 points front and back nines respectively, saw Gary take the honours in the King Bros Quarry sponsored competition ahead of John Morgan on 41 points.
County Armagh Golf Club Vice Captain Marty Oliver is pictured with winners in the King Bros Quarry sponsored Open Stableford competition (from left) Neil Cromwell, Andrew Millar, Gary Jordan (winner), Gareth Frizell and Sean Dougan.
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!
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