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County Armagh Golf Club Northern Ireland

County Armagh Golf Club Northern Ireland

A stableford event at County Armagh Golf Club on 8 July was sponsored by McAnenly Transport Ltd and witnessed Danny Maxwell cruise to an emphatic three-point victory.

Danny motored along quite beautifully throughout his round, neatly completing both nines in 43 strokes to amass an unbeatable stableford tally of 43 points. This virtuoso performance was helped by half-a-dozen pars and, in addition to topping the Sunday standings, Maxwell sealed a three-shot handicap reduction.

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Danny Maxwell (centre) won a recent McAnenly Transport Ltd-sponsored stableford competition at County Armagh Golf Club and was presented with his prize by sponsor Sean McAnenly. Also pictured are Club Vice-Captain, Kenny Edgar, and other prizewinners Caolan Doyle and Martin Carson.

Next to Danny and securing the overall runner-up spot was Lee Stewart, who fired no fewer than five birdies on his way to an exhilarating gross 72. The accruing 40 points earned the talented Killylea player a new handicap of five.

A hefty 13-par salvo and the further boost of a birdie at Sequoias enabled Caolan Doyle to sign for 39 points, which was the best score returned in category 1. Occupying second position here was John Maguire, whose assured one-over-par, 39-point outing featured four birdies.

Roy Turner landed some of those too; he birdied the 6th and 11th amid an excellent 80-stroke display that prevailed in category 2. One adrift of Turner's 38-point total was Martin Carson, who scooped second prize largely due to an impressive back nine that contained a birdie and a hat-trick of pars.

Finally, the category 3 plaudits were taken by Thomas Crowe, who recovered admirably from a no-score at the first to post a terrific 39-point haul, while Kieran Grimes parred three of the last six to take the category 3 runner-up award with a fine 38 points.