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County Armagh Golf Club Northern Ireland

County Armagh Golf Club Northern Ireland

Men - News & Results

He's only gone and done it! John Maguire has been crowned the 2017 Howdidido Titleist Order of Merit champion!

John conquered the breeze at Turnberry's Ailsa course, posting a fantastic three-over-par round for 36 points and a stunning one-shot victory.

He was also part of the Irish side that won the Home Nations team title.

Massive congratulations to John from everyone at County Armagh Golf Club!

Few can match Shea Smyth's infectious enthusiasm for and dedication to the game of golf - and no one could catch him in the race to become County Armagh Golf Club's Golfer of the Year 2017.

The Golfer of the Year format sees points awarded in weekend qualifiers throughout the season and, having featured among the prizes time and time again, Shea did more than enough to take the 2017 crown.

With his playing handicap fluctuating between two and three since the beginning of April, Smyth was a talented player operating at a high level. While prizes arrived in almost every month, his glorious campaign perhaps peaked in the first half of May, when a blistering run of three gross 68s in the space of nine days earned him overall runner-up finishes in the Bumblebee Cup, the PGA Tankard and a Sunday Club Stableford.


County Armagh Golf Club's Golfer of the Year 2017, Shea Smyth, pictured with Vice Captain, Colm Shannon, who donated the new perpetual cup, and Club Captain, Richard Stewart.

Either side of that particularly hot streak, the affable red-head secured category honours in a Club Stableford on 8 April, a McAnenly Transport-sponsored event on 9 July and the Fairlawns Residential Home tournament on 3 September.

Best of luck to our very own John Maguire, who's competing for the 2017 Howdidido Titleist Order of Merit title at Turnberry today (Wednesday 18 October).

John finished 2nd of 22,000 contenders in Ireland to qualify for the 36-hole Grand Final, where he'll now battle against 15 other players from across the UK and Ireland.

A full report to mark John's remarkable exploits, and those of Lee Campbell who won Ireland's junior category, will be published on the club website and Facebook page very soon.

Well done, John and Lee! 

1st Ciaran  McCreesh 37 points

2nd Jimmy Kelly 35 points

Category 1

1st Brian Loney 34 points (back 9)

2nd Ian Millar 34 points (back 9)

Category 2

1st Paddy Darragh 34 points (back 9)

2nd John Lowe 34 points

Category 3

1st Cathal Cullen 34 points

2nd Andrew Streahorn 31 points

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Competitions Convenor 2017

Recent presentation evenings at County Armagh Golf Club have honoured the winners and runners-up in the season-long intra-club matchplay and Tuesday Cup competitions.

Andrew Rennie and Kenny Edgar's defeat of Kevin Boyd and PJ Quinn in the Charlemont Cup final was the last port of call on a victorious voyage during which they also saw off Ronan McWilliams and Gareth Reilly, Anthony Farrell and Thomas Murray, Ian O'Hea and Barry Scully, Sean Dougans Snr and Jnr, and Ed Hughes and Jim Wray. With five of this doughty duo's six clashes being settled on the 18th, it's fair to say that the cricketers' glory was hard-earned and well-deserved.


Charlemont Cup winners, Kenny Edgar and Andrew Rennie, are presented with the trophy by Helen Forster, manager at the Charlemont Arms Hotel Armagh, who sponsor the competition. Also pictured are County Armagh Golf Club Captain, Richard Stewart, and Kevin Boyd who, along with playing partner PJ Quinn, finished second.

Meanwhile, a formidable blend of golfing expertise and experience prevailed in the Smith Cup, as Tom Calvert triumphed in the matchplay tournament for those in the 0-12 handicap bracket. Tom plotted his route to the final by beating Paul Smith, Brian McGuigan, Anthony Farrell and Sean Dougan before overcoming Shea Brady's challenge in the decider.

1st Team 

Niall McGurgan & Barry McGurgan 61 points (back 2)

2nd Team 

Shea Smyth & Francis Smyth 61 points

3rd Team

Cormac O'Hare & Gervais Hughes 60 points

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Competitions Convenor 2017

1st Team Lee Stewart & Christopher Lester nett 60

2nd Team Gareth Frizell & Cathal Cullen nett 60.5

3rd Team Paul McCurry & Rodney Lynas nett 61.75

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Competitions Convenor

 

With sporting attention turning to FIFA World Cup 2018 qualifiers over the next few days, the last couple of weekends heralded the end of County Armagh Golf Club's very own qualifying campaign.

In a stableford event on 24 September, Bill Knipe fired a gross 78 to earn a fabulous 43-point victory and a 15-to-13 handicap cut. Knipe reached the turn in 40 strokes for 19 points before a scintillating back nine of seven pars and two bogeys added a further 24 points to his abundant Sunday tally.


The 15th hole at County Armagh Golf Club: a thinking man's par 4.

Also clipping his handicap from 15 to 13 was Martin Grimley, who sealed the overall runner-up gong after a tremendous 41-point display that included birdies at the 13th and 15th and eight pars elsewhere.

The penultimate weekend of qualifiers in County Armagh Golf Club's 2017 calendar saw new member Ciaran Conroy carry off the September Medal with a stunning nett 63.

In the tournament contested on Saturday 23 September and kindly sponsored by Ian Dawson Solicitors, pars at the 6th, 7th and 8th helped Ciaran to negotiate the first nine holes in 41 strokes and, more significantly, left him four shots under his handicap at that halfway juncture. Similarly accomplished play would follow during a no-nonsense back nine of two pars and seven bogeys.

This performance would have been impressive at any time, but it was particularly so given the dampness underfoot and the gustiness overhead on a what was difficult day for golf. Unperturbed, Ciaran cruised to glory in the sixth and final monthly Medal of the golfing year and earned a new handicap of 19 that he'll no doubt reduce further in 2018.


Ciaran Conroy, winner of the County Armagh Golf Club September Medal, is presented with his prize by competition sponsor, Ian Dawson (Solicitor). Also pictured are category 2 runner-up, Dessie Cassidy, and  Club Captain, Richard Stewart.

A handicap-equalling outward trek provided Gary Jordan with a stable platform from which to launch a blistering back-nine assault featuring five pars and just 41 blows. This all added up to a superb gross 65 and the overall runner-up prize for Jordan.

County Armagh Golf Club Past Captain's and President's trophy has been won by Richard Black.

The 2015 Club Captain clinched the coveted award with combined scores from outings at Ballymascanlon Hotel and our own Armagh course. The competition has been played annually for some 15 years.


Paddy Burns, Captain of the County Armagh Golf Club Past Captain's and Past President's Group, presents the perpetual trophy to 2017 winner Richard Black.

1st Cormac O'Hare 41pts.

2nd Daryl Lawson 40pts.(back nine)

Cat. 1

1st Ian Beaddie 39pts.

2nd Paul Corvan 38pts

Cat 2

1st William Knipe 40pts.

2nd Paddy Darragh 39pts

Cat 3

1st James Kelly 39pts.

2nd Gareth Frizzell 38pts

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