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2009 Competition Reports Archive

28/11/2009 – Winter League Week 8
21/11/2009 – Winter League Week 7
14/11/2009 – Winter League Week 6
07/11/2009 – Winter League Week 5
31/10/2009 – Winter League Week 4
24/10/2009 – Winter League Week 3
17/10/2009 – Winter League Week 2
10/10/2009 – Winter League Week 1
03/10/2009 – Club Stableford Competition Results
26/09/2009 – Club Stableford Competition Results
19/09/2009 – Norman Weir Sponsored Stroke Play Competition
05/09/2009 – Trayners Motor Spares Sponsored Stableford Competition Results
29/08/2009 – Degree Refridgeration & Air Conditioning Sponsored Stroke Comp
22/08/2009 – Past Captains Cup Competition Results
15/08/2009 – 4 Club Novelty Stableford Competition Results
08/08/2009 – Morgan Transport Stroke Play Competition Results
01/08/2009 – Captains Day Competition Results
18/07/2009 – Nutts Corner Oval Stableford Competition Results
11/07/2009 – Club Stableford Competition Results
04/07/2009 – Club Stableford Competition Results
27/06/2009 – Trustees Sponsored Stableford Competition Results
20/06/2009 – Shelbourne Motors Sponsored Stroke Play Competition Results
13/06/2009 – Edenderry Golf Society Sponsored Stableford Competition Results
06/06/2009 – PGA Tankard Qualifier Competition Results
30/05/2009 – Loughgall Club Stableford Competition Results
23/05/2009 – Jewellery by Van Scoy Sponsored Stroke Results
16/05/2009 – Fred Daly Qualifying Competition Results
09/05/2009 – Apple Blossom Open Stableford Competition Results
02/05/2009 – Linkni.com Web Design Competition Results
25/04/2009 – International Pairings Competition Results
18/04/2009 – Keegan’s Bar Competition Results
12/04/2009 – St. Andrew’s Qualifier Competition Results
04/04/2009 – Famous Grouse Stroke Results
28/03/2009 – Hogg’s Bar Sponsored Stableford Results
21/03/2009 – Captains Drive Stableford Results

21/11/2009 – Winter League Week 8

The final week of the Armagh Potato Company Ltd sponsored Winter League came to a close at the weekend.

Overall the team event was won by club captain Cecil’s “Brownlee’s Bunkers” who also had the best score of the week with 251 pts. Their best scores came on a much shortened course from Eugene Scullion 44 pts, William McWilliams and Brian Nixson both with 43 pts.

The second best team score of the week came from the “19th Holers” with 242 pts. Their best cards came from Adam Kerr 45 pts, John Allen 42 pts, and Kyle Johnson with 41 pts.

In third place with 241 pts were the “Spud Men” Their best cards came from Seamus Golding and Barry Wallace with 42 pts each and Andrew Currie 40 pts.

Fourth spot went to “Keegans Tigers” with 234 pts. The best scorers were Jonny McNabb 43 pts, Harry Clougher 43 pts, and Rodney Clark 42 pts.

In fifth place were “Walkers Wonders” with a total of 221 pts. Their best cards came from Dessie Hughes 44 pts, and Brian Teague with 40 pts.

In last place this week were the “Eagles” with 214 pts. Their best cards came from Neville Cornett 41 pts, Ted Atkinson 37 pts and Malachy Cullen 36 pts.

Eleven players scored a “2″ this week with Ted Atkinson getting his at the shortened first hole, William McWilliams 3rd hole. Joel Kennedy 5th hole. Jonathan Hewitt, Adrian Faulkner, and Barry Wallace at the 11th hole. Stephen Crowe and Adam Kerr at the 13th hole. Clive Currie, David McAdam and Dessie Hughes at the 15th hole.

Final Winter League Results:

Team event. 1st “Brownlee`s Bunkers” 41 pts. 2nd the “Spud Men” 32 pts. 3rd “19th Holers” 30.5 pts. 4th the “Eagles” 24.5 pts. 5th “Walkers Wonders” 23 pts. 6th “Keegans Tigers” 17 pts.

The individual cup was won by Seamus Golding with 285 pts and the runner up was Dessie Hughes with 280 pts.

The Overall gross prize was won by Jonathan Hewitt and the runner up was John Allen.

The best juvenile prize was won by Ben McAlister and Adam Kerr was runner up.

There will be a Christmas sweep taking place for the next three weeks and can be marked from Sunday to Saturday each week.

21/11/2009 – Winter League Week 7

Week 7 of the Armagh Potato Company Ltd sponsored winter league was played in very difficult weather. However most players braved the conditions to turn out for their teams. Best team score of the week came from “Brownlee`s Bunkers” who returned a team score of 202 pts. Their best cards came from William McWilliams 36 pts, Jeff Armstrong 34 pts, Clive Currie, David Coote, Brian Nixon, and Ben McAlister all with 33 pts each.

Second spot this week went to “Walkers Wonders” with a tally of 194 pts. Their best cards came from Keith Campbell 36 pts and Stephen Wilson 33 pts. Third place went to “The Spud Men” with a team score of 193 pts. Their best scores came from Seamus Golding 39 pts, David McAdam 37 pts and Andrew Currie with 32 pts.

In fourth place were “The 19th Holers” who were very unlucky not to have won this week as only six of their team turned out and had to count a card with only nine points on it for a total of 189 pts. Their best scores came from John Currie 43 pts, Stephen Crowe 40 pts and John Allen 36 pts. Fifth spot went to the Eagles with a score of 183 pts. Their best scores came from Joel Kennedy 35 pts, and Ted Atkinson with 33 pts. In last place were “Keegans Tigers” with 182 pts. Their best cards came from Harry Clougher 34 pts, and Jason Wilson 31 pts.

In the blustery and wet conditions only two players managed to get a “2″ dureing the week`s play with John Currie at the 5th hole and Brian Nixson getting his at the short par four 2nd hole.

After 7 weeks play and only one remaining “Brownlee`s Bunkers” with a total of 35 pts can`t be caught and are this years winter league champions, (Congratulations All). “The Spud Men” are still holding on to second spot with 28 pts. In third place are the “19th Holers with 25.5 pts. Fourth spot is held by “The Eagles” with 23.5 pts. In fifth place are “Walkers Wonders” with 21 pts and bringing up the rear are “Keegans Tigers on 14 pts.

14/11/2009 – Winter League Week 6

Week 6 of the Armagh Potato Company Ltd sponsored winter league at Loughgall saw club captain Cecil’s “Brownlee’s Bunkers” go clear of the pack producing the best team performance of the week with a score of 246pts. Their best scores came from captains day winner Jeff Armstrong 45pts, Eugene Scullion 43pts, Barry Rayner and David Coote both with 40 pts.

Second spot went to “Walkers Wonders” with a tally of 234pts. Their best cards came from Dessie Hughes 43pts, Keith Campbell 43pts and Steve Wall 39pts.

Third best score came from “The Spud Men” with 229pts. Their best cards came from David McAdam, Seamus Golding and Karl Judt all with 41pts.

Fourth place went to the “19th Holers” with a team score of 228pts. Best for the “19th Holers” were Kyle Johnston 41pts, John Currie 40pts and Adrian Faulkner with 38pts.

Fifth spot went to “The Eagles” with 215pts. Their best cards came from Neville Cornett 38pts, Philip Leckey and Joel Kennedy both with 36pts. And now in last place are “Keegans Tigers” with a score of 212pts. Their best cards came from Kevin Keegan 38pts, Harry Clougher and Jonny McNabb both with 36pts.

There was an incredible 16 “2″s scored this week with Barry Rayner getting a pair at the 13th and 15th holes and Neil Walker getting his pair at the 11th and 13th holes. Philip Leckey and Keith Campbell at the 3rd, Derick Hynes got his at the 5th hole. Sean McKeever and Richard Beattie at the 11th hole. John Currie, Harry Clougher and David Coote all got theirs at the 13th hole. Brian Nixson, Kevin Keegan, Dennis Lavery and Stephen Crowe who thought he had got his first hole in one, only for the ball to do a horse shoe of the cup and not drop. All got their “2″s at the 15th hole.

So after 6 weeks play the “Brownlee Bunkers” continue to lead on 29pts. In second place are the “Spud Men” on 24pts. Third are the “19th Holers” with 22.5pts. Down to 4th are the “Eagles” with 21.5pts. In 5th place are “Walkers Wonders” on 16pts and now in last place are “Keegans Tigers” with 13pts.

07/11/2009 – Winter League Week 5

Week 5 of the Armagh Potato Company Ltd sponsored winter league at loughgall saw Charlie Johnson’s “The SpudMen” produce the best team score for the third week in a row in a much shortened Loughgall course with a whooping 249pts. Their best cards came from their team captain Charlie Johnston and Seamus Golding both with 43pts and David McAdam 42pts.

Second best team score of the week came from “Brownlee Bunkers” with 235pts. Their best cards came from Jonathan Hewitt 42pts, Eugene Scullion 41pts and Barry Rayner 39pts.

In third spot spot this week were the “Eagles” with 225pts. Their best scorers were Nigel McCorry 40pts, Ted Atkinson, Alan Magil, Joel Kennedy and Philip Leacky all with 37 pts.

In 4th place were the “Walkers Wonders” with 223pts. Their best cards came from Dessie Hughes 42pts and Stephen Willson with 41pts. Fifth spot went to the “19th Holers” with a total of 213pts. Their best cards came from Adam Kerr 41pts, John Allen and Kyle Johnston both with 38pts.

In Last place this week were “Keegans Tigers” with a team score of 209pts. Best for Tigers were Alan McCartney 40pts, Alan Mills 39pts and Harry Clougher with 37pts.

There were 12 “2s” scored during the week with Jonathan Hewitt getting a pair at the 5th and 15th holes, Adam Kerr and Steve Wall achieved theirs at the 3rd hole, Stephen Willson and Ted Atkinson at the 5th hole. Daniel Huey and Nigel McCorry at the 11th. Neil Walker got his at the 13th hole. Alan McCartney achieved his at the short par four 14th. Eugene Scullion and Adam Galbraith got their “2s” at the 15th hole.

So after 5 weeks play in 1st place “Brownlee’s Bunkers” 23pts. 2nd place after finishing last in the first two weeks are “The Spudmen” with 20pts. Tied for 3rd place are the “Eagles” and “19th Holers” with 19.5pts each. Fith place is held by “Keegans Tigers” 12pts. 6th spot is still with “Walkers Wonders” on 11pts. With 3 weeks remaining the event is still wide open.

31/10/2009 – Winter League Week 4

Week 4 of the Armagh Potato Company Ltd sponsored winter league saw “The Spudmen” produce the best score for the second week in a row to take the 6pts. Their best cards came from team captain Charlie Johnson 42pts, Seamus Golding 42pts, Dennis Lavery 41pts, Barry Wallace and David McAdam both with 40pts.

Second best team score of the week came from “Brownlees Bunkers”. Jeffery Armstrong 42pts, Eugene Scullion 41pts and Cecil Brownlee 39pts having their best cards.

“Keegans Tigers” took the 4pts for finishing third with their best scores coming from Daniel Huey 39pts, Alan McCartney 37pts, Jonny McNabb and David “CRUMBLE” Chadwick both with 36pts.

The “Eagles” and The 19th Holers Shared fourth spot with Philp Leckey 39pts and Stephen Crowe 40pts best for their teams. In last spot this week were “Walkers Wonders”. Their best cards came from Keith Campbell 39pts and Ian Magill 36pts.

There were eight “2″s at the weekend with Eugene Scullion a pair at the 5th and 15th holes, Adam Galbraith 5th hole, Jonny McNabb, Jonathan Hewitt, and James Cunningham got theirs at the 13th hole, Keith Campbell scored his “2″ at the short par 4 14th hole and Malachy Cullen getting his at the 15th hole.

After 4 weeks play in the Armagh Potato Company Ltd Sponsored winter league “Brownlee’s Bunkers” are out in front with 18pts. “The 19th Holers” are in second place with 17.5pts. “Eagles” are third with 15.5pts. “The Spud Men” moving up to fourth with 14pts. “Keegans Tigers” are down to fifth with 11pts and “Walkers Wonders” are in last place with 8pts.

24/10/2009 – Winter League Week 3

Week 3 of the Armagh Potato Company Ltd sponsored winter league was played in difficult weather conditions at the weekend, however this did not deter some good scoring. The big surprise of the week came from the “The Spudmen” having finished last in the first two weeks turned things around to become the real CHAMPIONS of the week with a winning score of 233pts. Their best cards came from Seamus Golding 41pts, Andrew Currie 41pts, Karl Judt 41pts, David McAdam 40pts, and Stuart Eagle 39pts.

Second best team score of the week came from the “19th holers” with 211pts. Their scores came from Paddy McElmeel 41pts, and Kyle Johnston 38pts.

Sharing third spot with 110pts were “Brownlee’s Bunkers” and “Keegan’s Tigers”. Best for the Bunkers were William McWilliams 39pts and captains day winner Jeffrey Armstrong 36pts. Tigers team captain Kevin Keegan rolled back the years with the best score off the week, 42pts of his 17 handicap and Alan Mills 37pts.

Fifth place went to the “Eagles” with 209pts. Philip Leckey 37pts and Alan Magill 36pts for their best cards.

In last place were “Walkers Wonders” with 181pts. Dessie Hughes 38pts and Neal (HOLE IN ONE) Walker 34pts had their best cards. Yes that’s right Neal got his second hole in one at the third hole. Neal’s other hole in one was twenty years ago 1989, well done Neal.

Six players scored “2s” at the weekend with Kevin McCoy getting two of them, one at the 3rd and holed his second shot at the par four 16th for an eagle. Karl Judt and Jonny McNabb at the 3rd, Kyle Johnston at the 5th and Sean McKeever and David McAdam achieved their “2″ at the short 11th hole.

17/10/2009 – Winter League Week 2

Week 2 of the Armagh Potato Company sponsored winter league took place last week and last weeks 5th placed team “The Eagles” took first place with a score of 223 pts. Their best scores came from Neville Cornett 43 pts, Philip Leckey 40 pts, Ted Atkinson and Mal Cullen both with 37 pts.

Second place went to Cecil Brownlees “Brownlees Bunkers” who were just pipped for top spot by a point as they accumulated 222 pts. Their best cards came from Jonathan Hewitt 39 pts, Ben McAllister and Eugene Scullion both 38 pts, Clive Currie and David Coote both 37 pts.

Kevin Keegans “Keegans Tigers” were third with a tally of 211 pts. The Tigers best cards came from David Chadwick 40 pts, Alan Mills 38 pts, Alan McCartney 36 pts and Harry Clougher with 33 pts.

Fourth spot went to “Walker’s Wonders” with a score of 207 pts. Their best cards came from Dessie Hughes 41 pts, Derek Hyndes 36 pts, Keith Campbell 35 pts and Stephen Wilson with 34 pts.

Fifth spot went to John Allen’s “19th Holers” with 206 pts. Their best cards came from John Currie 40 pts, Patrick McElmeel 39 pts and Sean McKeever with 33 pts.

In last place for the second week in a row were “The Spudmen” with 201 pts. Their best cards came from Seamus Golding with 35 pts and Charlie Johnston with 34 pts.

Twelve players managed to score a “2″ with Stephen Wilson getting a pair of them, at the par 4 second hole and the 3rd hole. John Currie and Keith Campbell also got a “2″ at the 3rd hole. Seamus Golding, Dennis Lavery, Eugene Scullion and Ted Atkinson all got their “2″’s at the 11th hole. Jonathan Hewitt and Alan Mills got their “2″ at the 13th hole. Kevin Keegan got his “2″ at the 15th hole.

After 2 weeks play the leaders are “Brownlee’s Wonders” with 10 pts. Three teams are tied for second spot on 8 pts each, “19th Holers”, “The Eagles” and “Keegan’s Tigers”. In fifth place are ” Walker’s Wonders” on 6 pts. “The Spudmen” bring up the rear on 2 pts.

10/10/2009 – Winter League Week 1

Last week saw the start of the Armagh Potato Company Ltd sponsored winter league. The leaders after week 1 are John Allen’s 19th Holers who returned a best 6 card total of 234 points. Their best cards came from Stephen Crowe who had an incrediable score of 45 points, playing off his 13 handicap. Stephens highlight of his round came at the 18th hole where he pitched over the water with his third shot going stright into the hole for an eagle 3. Adam Kerr had 40 points, Kyle Johnston also had 40 points.

Second spot was taken by Joel Kennedys Eagles who scored 221 points. Their best cards coming from Alan Magill 39 points, Ted Atkinson with 39 points, Neville Cornett and Philip Leckey both with 38 points.

In third place with a total off 218 points were Brownlee Bunkers. Their best cards came from Jeffrey Armstrong 38 points, Clive Currie 37 points, Brian Nixon Jr also with 37 points.

Fourth place went to last years winter league winners Walkers Wonders. Their best cards came from Philip Morrow 38 points, Dessie Hughes 38 points and Ian Magill with 37 points.

Fifth spot went to Keegans Tigers with a total off 208 points. Kevin’s best scorers were David Chadwick with 38 points, Jonny McNabb, Harry Clougher and Daniel Huey all with 35 points.

Charlie Johnston’s The Spud Men bring up the rear with 203 points. Charlie’s best scores came from Seamus Golding with 37 points, Andrew Currie 36 points and Charlie himself with 35 points.

Eight players got a “2″ at the weekend with Jonathan Hewitt getting his at the 3rd hole, Clive Currie, Eugene Scullion, Keith Campbell, Michael Connor and Brian Nixon Jr all getting their “2″‘s at the 11th hole. John Allen at the 13th hole and Ben McAlister got his at the 15th hole.

With the team scoring working on a Grand Prix Points System, only 1 point separates each team, so all team captains should urge their players to try and turn out every week. To win the Individual Cup the players best 7 cards will be counted out of the 8 weeks played over the winter league.

03/10/2009 – Club Stableford Competition Results

There was a good entry at the weekends club stableford event and was won by Ian Magill with a superb score of 43pts off his 17 handicap. Ian scored 19pts on the front nine and a magnificent 24pts (2 over par) to record his second win of the season and finds himself playing of 15 for next weeks winter league. The runners-up spot goes to 13 handicapper David McCrory also with 43pts. David scored a consistent 21pts going out and 22pts on the way home. David finds himself playing of 11 for next week. Third prize was won by Aaron Agg with a score 39pts. Forth spot went Alan McCartney with a fine score of 38pts.

The gross prize was won by Stephen Mullen. Drew Magee took the 0-12 section with 38pts and Malachy Cullen won the 13-28 section with 37pts. The front nine prize went to Dessie Hughes and Brian Adair wins yet another back nine prize.

Well done to 16 handicapper young Adam Kerr with fine a score of 41pts to win the junior competition and will be playing of 15 next week.

Only seven players managed a “2″ at the weekend with Barry Rayner and Aaron Aggs coming at the 3rd hole, Seamus Golding at the 13th, David Chadwick and Kevin Keegan recorded their “2″s at the short par 4 14th hole and Daniel Huey got his at the 15th.

Next Week is the start of the Armagh Potato Company Ltd Sponsored Winter League.

The winter league will be played over eight weeks with six cards counting towards the team score each week, so team captains its your responsibility to keep your teams turning out every week.

Congratulations to Graham Moore at the recent U.K. P.C. Championships at St Andrews. Graham became the first mens player from Loughgall Golf Club to win a prize at the national finals winning a section prize in the 18-28 category. Well done Graham!

26/09/2009 – Club Stableford Competition Results

The club stableford competition was played in good weather at the weekend and was won by Noel Holmes with 40 pts off his 12 handicap. Noel scored 21 pts going out and a steady 19 pts on his way home. Second spot went to Philip Leckey who scored 39 pts of his 15 handicap. Philip scored 18 pts and 21 pts for his respective nines. David McAdam took third spot from Jonathan Hewitt after a count back, both players scored 19 pts in the front nine and 20 on the back.

The 0-12 section went to Keith Campbell with a score off 36 pts and the 13-28 section was won by Patrick McElmeel with a fine score off 38 pts. Stephen Mullen who is having one of his best seasons at the club wins the gross prize yet again. The front nine prize went to Paul Lyness with a score of 20 pts and Seamus Golding took the back nine with a great score off 22 pts off his 18 handicap.

The juvenile winner was Daniel Huey with 37 pts.

Eight players got a “2″ at the weekend Philip Leckey got his at the long 3rd hole. Malachy Cullen and Keith Campbell at the 11th, Paul Lyness at the 13th, Kenny Kerr at the 15th and Stephen O”Connor and Daniel Magill got their “2″s at the short par 4 14th hole.

Next weeks event will be the last club stableford competition off the year as the Armagh Potato Company ltd sponsored winter league will be getting under way the following week.

Congratulations to John Allens Juvenile team in the Craigavon Cup Final against a very sporting team from Edenmore golf club. This was a truly inspirational win for the young Loughgall team in the greatest game of golf this reporter has ever had the priviledge to watch. The Loughgall team of Paul Nixon, Michael Connor, Ben McAllister, Phillp McCoy, Daniel Huey, Garath Strain and Graham Currie for victory had to show a display of unrivaled heart, skill and determination after coming from behind to tie the match at 14 each and forcing the last two players into a play off at the 17th hole. Loughgalls hero in the play off came in the shape off Graham Currie, in all truth, wasn’t playing particularly well, but he allways kept trying with his cavalier style of play to turn things around, and around they turned with Graham hitting a beauty of a drive up the 17th fairway followed by second shot to the front of the green with everything he had. Two putts latter it was all over. The young Loughgall team might have won the cup but the reall winner on the day was the game of golf and the sportsmanship shown by both teams in allowing this game to turn out the way it did.

19/09/2009 – Norman Weir Sponsored Stroke Play Competition Results

Despite the inclement weather, Saturdays Norman Weir sponsored stroke play event still managed some excellent scores. The winner with a fine score of 66 nett was 11 handicapper Neal Breen. Neal scored 36.50 nett for his outward nine and on the back nine he could do little wrong, covering the nine holes in level par 29.50 nett. The runners up spot went to Kenny Kerr. Kenny has been playing some excellent golf of late and Saturday was another great round. He covered the course in 74 shots, going out in 36.50 nett and in the easier back nine scored 30.50 nett of his 7 handicap. Third place went to Jonathan Cousins who also shot a 67 nett off his 16 handicap. Fourth spot went to John Currie who returned a nett 68 off his 11 handicap and will be playing off 10 next week.

The Gross prize went to Jason Wilson with a fine score of 76 off his 7 handicap.

The 0-12 section was won by Stephen Wilson with a score of 70 nett and Jonathan Lockhart won the 13-28 prize also with a 70 nett. The front nine prize went to Graham Moore with a fine 33.50 nett and the back nine was won by Brian Adair with a fantastic score of 28.50 nett of his 21 handicap. Brian would have won the competition if he had a par at the sixth hole, but unfortunately had a 12, (THATS GOLF).

There were eight 2′s at the weekend with Brian MGuigan at the 3rd hole, David Coote and Brian Teague at the 5th hole. David McCrory, Adrian Faulkner, Derek Hynes getting theirs at the short 11th hole and Neill Breen and Willie Young scoring theirs at the 13th hole.

Next weeks competition will be a Club Stableford event.

Three of the match play competitions have come to a conclusion this weekend with Jonathan Hewitt playing off 9 defeating Richard Abbot in the final of the Club Singles. In the Intermediate Scratch Cup, David McCrory had a resounding victory over Aaron Agg winning by 5 and 4. The Club Doubles Competition was won by Drew Magee and his partner Aaron Caddell who beat their two oppenents Alan Magill and David McAdams with a score of 6 and 5.

Everyone at Loughgall Golf Club would like to wish, Graham Moore, Willie Fenton, Brian Nixon Jnr, Steven McCauley and Roy McCrea all the best off luck at St Andrews this weekend in the Finals of the U.K. Public Course Championships.

05/09/2009 – Trayners Motor Spares Sponsored Stableford Competition Results

There was a good entry for the Trayners Motor Spares sponsored stableford on Saturday and with the course playing at its shortest from last winter the scoring was always going to be high.

Taking advantage of the shortened course and winner of the competition was 26 handicapper Neville Cornett. Neville scored 23 pts on his front nine and 24 pts on his back nine for his winning score. Second spot went to the ever consistent John Currie with with a magnificent 4 over of his 11 handicap. John scored 21 pts going out and returned home with 22 pts resulting in a fine score of 43 pts. Three players scored 42 pts and Kevin Keegan took 3rd place on countback from David Mccory and David Mcadam. Kevin scored 20 pts going out and 22pts coming home. Forth spot went to David Mccory who scored 21 pts on his front nine and 21 pts on his back nine.

The Gross prize went to Paul Lyness with a 4 over round of 76. The 0-12 section prize went to Arron Caddell with 41pts of his 12 handicap and the 13-28 section prize was won by David Mcadam who scored 42 pts of his 17 handicap.

The front nine prize went to Karl Judt with a score of 22 pts and the back nine prize went to Nicholas Salley with a score of 21 pts.

There was fourteen “2′s” at the weekend with Karl Judt getting three of them at the 3rd, 11th and 13th holes. Kenny Nesbitt got a pair of them at the 3rd and 11th hole. Daniel Magill, Alan Parr at the 3rd, Neil Walker, Malachy McHugh and Kenny Todd at the 5th, Nevill Cornett at the 13th, Keith Campbell and John Currie at the 15th, and well done to Willy Young getting his “2″ at the par four 14th hole.

A big congratulations to Stephen Mullen who defeated Brian McGuigan 3 and 2 in the final of the Walker Scratch Cup. Stephen played some superb golf to win the competition and is easily one of loughgalls steadiest players to date.

Next weeks event is sponsored by the First Trust Bank and is a stroke play competition.

29/08/2009 – Degree Refridgeration & Air Conditioning Sponsored Stroke Competition Results

The Degree Refridgeration & Air Conditioning sponsored stroke competition was won at the weekend by Joel Kennedy with a score of 66 nett of his 13 handicap. Having gone out in 41 shots for a nett score off 34.5 and returning home in 38 shots for a score of 31.5 nett for his first win of the year. Second place went to Noel Holmes with a great score of 67 nett of his 12 handicap. Third spot went to Jonathan Cousins playing of 16 with a 69 nett score. Jonathan scored 37 nett on the front nine and 32 nett on the back nine. Forth place went to young Jonathan Hewett with a nett score of 69 off his 8 handicap.

The front nine prize was won by big hitting Graham Buckley with a score of 35 nett and the back nine prize was taken by Raymond Henry going round the back nine in one over par for a score of 28 nett of his 16 handicap. Pity about those 8s and 9s in the front nine Raymond. Gross prize was won by Ciaran Kelly. 0-12 section winner was Paul Lyness and the 13-28 section prize was won by Spencer Lawson with a 71 nett.

The juvenille winner was young Christopher Wilson with a fine score of 70 nett of his 26 handicap.

Seven players scored “2″s at the weekend with Joel Kennedy getting his at the 3rd and 13th holes, Ian Magill and Allan Magill got theirs at the 5th hole, Stephen Mullen and Brendan Morgans 2s coming at the 11th hole, Karl Judt and David Mullan scored their 2s at the 15th hole.

Next weeks event is sponsored by Traynors Motor Spares and will be a stableford competition.

22/08/2009 – Past Captains Cup Competition Results

There was a good entry this past weekend for the Past Captains Cup. The course was in excellent condition even with all the rain we had it did not stop play. The winner of the competition with an excellent score of 42 points was Rodney Clarke with his handicap of 16. Rodney palyed very consistent golf scoring 21 points in both 9′s to win the event. Second place went to Charlie Johnston who scored 40 points of his 18 handicap. Charlie scored an excellent 22 points on the more difficult front 9 and 18 points on the shorter back 9. The third spot went to Alan McCartney with a score of 39 points of his 14 handicap. Fourth spot went to Andrew Curry going round the course in 77 shots to score 39 points of his 8 handicap.

The gross prize went to the ever consistent Kenny Kerr. The 0-12 section went to Noel Holmes with 37 points of his 12 handicap. The 13-28 section went to Joel Kennedy with a score of 38 points. The junior prize was won by Philip McCoy with a brillaint score of 42 points of his 15 handicap.

Eight players scored a “2 ” at the weekend. Daniel Huey, Stephen Mullan and Paul Lyness scored their “2″s at the more difficult 9th hole. Nicholas Salley and Stephen McCauley got their “2″s at the shot 11th hole. Andrew Curry, Ben McAlister and Eddie Millar with their “2″s coming at the 13th hole.

Next weeks event is a stroke play event and is sponsored by Degree Refidgeration & Air Conditioning.

15/08/2009 – 4 Club Novelty Stableford Competition Results

The 4 club novelty stableford competition was held at Loughgall at the weekend and the winner with a great score of 40 pts playing off 13 was David McCrory. David scored 18 pts on his opening nine holes and 22 pts on his closing nine holes. The runner up with 38 pts was John Currie, playing off an 11 handicap. John scored 19 pts for each of his respective nines. Third place went to Jeffrey Armstrong with a score of 37 pts off his 14 handicap. Jeffrey scored 17 pts on his outward nine and 20 pts on his inward nine. Fourth spot went to Adrian Faulkner who also scored 37 pts off his 15 handicap. Adrian scored 19 pts and 18 pts for each of his nines.

The gross was won by John Allen who shot a round of 79 with only 4 clubs in the bag off his 9 handicap. The 0-12 section was won by Paul Lyness with a score of 33 pts and the 13-28 section was won by Graham Moore with a score of 37 pts.

The Juvenile winner was Daniel Huey with a score of 31 pts.

Congratulations to young Ben McAlister who achieved a ” hole in 1 ” at the short par 3 11th hole on Saturday. Noel Holmes scored a “2″ at the 3rd hole. David McAdam got a “2″ at the 13th hole and Stephen Mullan got his “2″ at the 15th hole.

Next weeks event is the Past Captain’s Cup and will be a stableford event.

The final night of the Degree Refrigeration & Air Conditioning sponsored Wednesday Sweep was held last Wednesday night with a barbecue held after the nights play. The overall winner of the competition was Dessie Hughes. The winner on the night was Joel Kennedy with a score of 24 pts. Thanks to John Allen for running the event, Degree Refrigeration & Air Conditioning’ Joe Murphy for supplying the burgers and to Dennis Lavery for looking after the barbecue on the night.

A special mention for Neil Walker who won a Captain’s competition held at Hollywood G.C. for captains of the Holt Shield teams. Neil won the event with a score of 37 pts.

All members are reminded that Loughgall’s Ronan Rafferty Team play the first leg of their semi-final against Cloverhill next Tuesday at home, support would be very much appreciated by Captain Dennis Lavery.

08/08/2009 – Morgan Transport Stroke Competition Results

Last weeks sponsored competition was supported by Morgan Transport and was a stroke event and despite the difficult conditions there were some excellent scores.

The winner was Kevin McCoy who returned a score of 66 nett off his 19 handicap. Kevin scored 39.5 nett going out but played the home stretch in a tremendous 26.5 nett to win by a shot. Second place went to Eamon Gorman who scored 67.0 nett off his 20 handicap. Eamon covered his front nine in 39.0 nett and his back nine in 28.0 nett to secure the runners up spot. Third place went to Neil Walker with a fine score of 67.0 nett off his 9 handicap. Neil played the opening nine in 38.5 nett and the closing nine in 28.5 nett. Fourth place went to Neal Breen with a score of 67.0 nett off 13. Neal scored 37.5 nett and 29.5 nett for his respective nines.

The gross prize was won by David Chadwick with a fine score of 4 over par 76 off his 8 handicap. Dave went out in 4 over par 41 but came home in level par 35 to take the gross.

The 0-12 section prize was won by John Currie with a score of 67.0 nett and the 13-28 section was won by Billy McWilliams with a score of 67.0 nett as well. The front nine prize went to Pat Keegan with a score of 33.0 nett and the back nine prize went to Aaron Caddell with a score of 30.0 nett.

The juvenile prize winner was Ben McCallister with a score of 68.0 nett off his 15 handicap. Ben scored 35.5 nett on his outward nine and 32.5 nett on his inward nine.

Only five players scored a “2″ at the weekend with Dave Chadwick getting two of them at the 5th and 11th holes. Aaron Caddell and James Crawford both got their “2″‘s at the 11th hole. Neil Walker got his “2″ at the 13th hole. Jonny McNabb got his “2″ at the 15th hole.

Next weeks competition is a 4 club event with players choosing only 4 clubs to play the course.

All members are reminded that the final week of the Wednesday sweep sponsored by Degree Refrigeration and Air Conditioning will take place this Wednesday and there will be a barbecue after the days play.

01/08/2009 – Captains Day Competition Results

Captain’s Day was hosted at Loughgall on Saturday by Mr. Cecil Brownlee and it proved to be a great success despite the inclement weather. There was a big entry for the event with teacher Jeffrey Armstrong, playing off 15 defeating the elements and the rest of the field on the day. Jeffrey produced a winning score of 42 pts, scoring 19 pts on the more difficult opening nine and 23 pts on the easier back nine to take the main prize of the day. Second place went to Ciaran Kelly who shot 39 pts off his 7 handicap. Ciaran who went out first thing in the morning played the course in only 4 over par 76, scoring 17 pts on his front nine and 22 pts on his back nine to clinch the runner up spot. Third place was won by David McAdam with a score of 37 pts off his 17 handicap. David scored 17 pts going out and 20 pts coming home. Fourth place went to Dessie Hughes who scored 37 pts as well, off his 19 handicap. Dessie scored 18 pts and 19 pts for his respective nines. Fifth spot was won by Tom Acheson who scored 36 pts off his 15 handicap. Tom scored 18 pts on each of his nines.

The gross prize was won by Paul Lyness. The front nine prize went to Joe Murphy and the back nine prize to Norman Stewart.

Keith Johnston won the members longest drive prize and secretary Karl Judt won the members nearest the pin prize at the 15th hole.

The Past Captain’s prize was won by Eamon Gorman who scored 33 pts on the day. The Senior’s prize was won by Raymond Henry with a score of 35 pts. John Currie collected the prize for nearest the Captain’s Drive.

The Juvenile winner on the day was Juvenile Captain Paul Nixon who scored 41 pts off his 16 handicap. Paul scored 17 pts on his outward nine and 24 pts on his inward nine. Second place went to young Adam Kerr who returned a score of 39 pts off his 17 handicap. Adam scored 18 pts going out and 21 pts coming home.

The ladies winner was Margaret Collins with a score of 32 pts. The runner up was Ann O’Reilly who also scored 32 pts but lost out on count back.

The visitors prize was won by Matthew Elliott with a score of 36 pts. Runner up was Ken Bownes with a score of 31 pts. Niall Morgan took the visitors gross prize.

Niall Morgan also won the visitors longest drive prize and Matthew Elliott took the visitors nearest the pin prize.

Captain Cecil Brownlee would like to thank all those who participated on the day and the Famous Grouse for the excellent evening meal and Alan McCartney who provided the entertainment on the night.

Next weeks event is sponsored by Morgan Transport and will be a stroke competition.

25/07/2009 – Club Medal Stroke Play Competition Results

The club medal stroke play competition was played at Loughgall at the weekend and the winner was 8 handicapper Kenny Kerr with a super score of 66 nett. Kenny covered the course in only 2 over par gross, scoring 4 over par 41 on his front nine for 37.0 nett and playing his back nine in 2 under par 33 for a score of 29.0 nett. Kenny loses a shot and will play off 7 in next weeks Captain’s Day.

The runner up with the same score of 66.0 nett was Malachy Cullen playing off 19. Mal went out in 35.5 nett and returned home in 30.5 nett just losing out on his back nine score. Third spot went to Aaron Aag who also shot a score of 66.0 nett off his 15 handicap. Aaron scored 31.5 nett on his opening nine and 34.5 nett on his back nine. Fourth spot went to Alan Parr with a score of 67.0 nett off his 10 handicap. Alan scored 38.0 and 29.0 for his respective nines.

The gross prize was won by Philip Morrow with a score of 3 over par 75 off his 8 handicap. Philip went out in 41 shots and came home in 34 strokes.

The 0-12 section prize was won by Andrew Currie with a sore of 67.0 nett and the 13-28 section prize was won by Nigel McCorry also with a score of 67.0 nett. The front nine prize was won by Raymond Henry with a score of 35.0 nett and the back nine prize was won by Keith Campbell with a score of 29.5 nett.

The Juvenile winner was Jamie Wortley who score 66.0 nett off his 12 handicap pushing young Philip McCoy out of the Juvenile prize courtesy of a better back nine, as Philip shot the same score.

Twelve players scored a “2″ at the weekend with John Currie getting a brace of them, at the 11th and 15th holes. Aaron Aag got his “2″ at the 5th hole. Neil Walker, Daniel Huey and Stephen Mullan all got a “2″ at the 11th hole.

Alan Parr, Dave Chadwick, Andrew Currie and Keith Campbell all got their “2″ at the 13th hole. Joel Kennedy, Philip Morrow and Mal Cullen all birdied the 15th hole for their “2″‘s.

Next Saturday is Cecil Brownlee’s Captain’s Day and some tee times are still available for those who have not yet entered. The entry fee on Saturday will be £20.00 which includes the meal in the Famous Grouse on Saturday evening, start time is at 8.00 p.m.

18/07/2009 – Nutts Corner Oval Stableford Competition Results

The Nutts Corner Oval sponsored stableford event was played in fine weather at the weekend. The winner with a score of 41 pts was Raymond Henry, who plays off 17. Raymond scored 18 pts going out and 23 pts coming home to win his first event this year. Second place went to Christopher Campbell who also scored 41 pts off his 12 handicap, but lost out on count back. Christopher scored 21 pts on his opening nine and 20 pts on his closing nine. Third place went to Alan Mills with a score of 38 pts off his 19 handicap. Alan scored 15 pts and 23 pts for his respective nines. Fourth spot went to Jeffrey Armstrong who also scored 38 pts off his 16 handicap. Jeffrey scored 16 pts and 22 pts on each nine.

The gross prize was won by Harry Clougher who covered the course in 4 over par 76 off his 9 handicap. Harry played the front nine in 2 over par 39 and the back nine also in 2 over par 37.

The 0-12 section winner was Paul Lyness with a score of 38 pts and the 13-28 section winner was Alan McCartney with a score of 36 pts. The front nine prize was won by Brian Adair with 20 pts and the back nine prize was won by Brendan Morgan with a score of 22 pts.

The juvenile winner was Adam Kerr with a big score of 45 pts off his 19 handicap. Adam scored 21 pts going out and 24 pts coming home.

Seven players scored a “2” at the weekend with Philip Morrow getting a pair of them at the 13th and 14th holes. Keith Campbell got a “2” at the 5th hole. Ian Magill and Raymond Henry both got a “2” at the 11th hole. Harry Clougher got his “2” at the 13th hole. Aaron Aag and Richard Allen got their “2”’s at the 15th hole.

Next weeks event is a club medal stroke event.

11/07/2009 – Club Stableford Competition Results

The club stableford played attracted a good entry and there were some excellent scores returned.

The winner with a huge score of 45 pts was Drew Magee playing off 13. Drew played the course in only 4 over par 76, scoring 21 pts on his opening nine holes and 24 pts on his closing nine holes.

Second spot went to Brian Teague with a score of 42 pts off his 15 handicap. Brian scored 20 pts on his outward nine and 22 pts on his inward nine.

Third place went to Ian Gordon who also scored 42 pts off his 15 handicap. Ian scored 21 pts for both of his nines. Fourth spot went to Neil Armstrong who scored 40 pts off his 21 handicap. Neil scored 17 pts and 23 pts for his respective nines.

The gross prize was won by Norman Weir with a score of 2 over par 74.

The 0-12 section prize was won by Neil Breen with a score of 39 pts and the 13-28 section prize was won by William McWilliams with a score of 40 pts. The front nine prize was won by Stephen Crowe with 24 pts and the back nine prize was won by Neil walker with a score of 24 pts.

Eight players scored a “2”, with Paul Lyness getting two of them at the 13th and 15th holes. David McCrory got his “2” at the 3rd hole. Ian Gordon and David McAdam got their “2”’s at the 5th hole. Brian Teague, David Chadwick, John Currie and Stephen Walker all got a “2” at the 11th hole.

04/07/2009 – Club Stableford Competition Results

Despite the rally being staged around Loughgall Country Park at the weekend the club stableford attracted a good entry.

The winner with a great 44pts was Eamon Gorman playing off a 20 handicap. Eamon scored 20 pts going out, despite “dinging” the 5th hole and an impressive 24 pts coming home for his first victory. Second spot went to William McWilliams with a score of 43 pts off his 21 handicap. Willie scored 19 pts on his opening nine and 24 pts on his closing nine. Third place went to Aaron Caddell who also scored 43 pts off his 12 handicap. Aaron scored 23 pts on his outward nine and 20 pts on the easier homeward nine. Fourth place went to Rodney Clarke who scored 42 pts off his 16 handicap. Rodney scored 19 pts and 23 pts for his respective nines.

The gross prize was won by Paul Lyness who covered the course in 75 shots off his 7 handicap. Paul played the front nine in level par 37 and the supposedly easier back nine in 3 over par 38 for another great round of golf.

The 0-12 section was won by Neal Breen with a score of 40 pts and the 13-28 section was won by Seamus Golding with a score of 42 pts. The front nine prize went to Noel Holmes with a score of 21 pts and the back nine prize was won by Ian Magill with a score of 24 pts.

Eight players scored a “2″ at the weekend with John Tate getting his at the 3rd hole. Tom Acheson, John Currie and Philip McCoy all got their “2″ at the 11th hole. Jonny Lockhart and Clive Currie got there “2″ at the 13th hole. Graeme Buckley eagled the par 4 14th hole for his “2″. Stephen O’Connor got the last “2″ at the 15th hole.

Next weekends event is another club stableford competition.

The Ulster Fourball team are out of this years competition after losing by 4 to 1 in the return leg at Cairndhu on Sunday. There only winners were Dessie Hughes and Kevin McCoy, despite all the matches being close.

All members are reminded that the sheet for entry to Cecil Brownlee’s Captains Day is now up in the club room, so if you are interested in playing on Cecil’s big day on 1st August please enter your name.

27/06/2009 – Trustees Sponsored Stableford Competition Results

The Trustees sponsored stableford competition was played at Loughgall in fine conditions last Saturday.

The winner with a huge 46 pts was Jonathan Lockhart playing off 15. Jonny scored a tremendous 24 pts on the more difficult front nine and 22 pts on the easier closing nine. Second place went to William Crozier who scored 43 pts off his 14 handicap. William scored 25 pts on his front nine and 18 pts on his closing nine. Third place went to Daniel Magill with a score of 41 pts off his 21 handicap. Daniel scored 17 pts going out and 24 pts coming home. Fourth pace went to Adrian Faulkner who also scored 41 pts off his 16 handicap. Adrian scored 20 pts and 21 pts on his respective nines.

The gross prize was won by Harry Clougher with a score of 78 off his 9 handicap. The 0-12 section prize went to Jonathan Hewitt who scored 39 pts off 9 and the 13-28 section prize went to Stephen O’Connor who scored 40 pts off his 14 handicap. The front nine prize was won by Kevin McCoy with 20 pts and the back nine prize was won by Eamon Gorman with 22 pts.

The juvenile winner was Adam Kerr with a score of 38 pts off his 19 handicap. Adam scored 16 pts going out and 22 pts coming home.

Eight players scored a “2″ at the weekend, with Brian Nixon getting his at the 3rd hole. Dessie Hughes got his “2″ at the 5th hole. Barry Rayner and Jamie Wortley both got their “2″ at the 11th hole. Nicholas Salley, David McCrory, Rodney Kernaghan and Harry Clougher all got a “2″ at the 15th hole.

Next weeks event is sponsored by Norman Weir and is a stroke competition.

Several teams were in action at the weekend and Joel Kennedy’s Rossmore team face an uphill struggle after losing 4 matches to nil at Dungannon on Saturday afternoon.

The Ulster Fourball team had a very close match with Cairndhu at Loughgall on Sunday winning by 3 matches to 2. The winners for Loughgall were Graham Buckley and Willie Fenton who won by 6 & 4. Dessie Hughes and Kevin McCoy who won by 3 & 2. Graham Moore and James O’Hagan won by 4 & 3. Charlie Johnston and Ian Magill and Cecil Brownlee and Mal Cullen both lost narrowly by 1 hole. The return leg next Sunday at Cairndhu promises to be a tight affair.

Neil Walker’s Holt Shield team of Jason Wilson, Andy Currie, Keith Johnston, Stephen Mullen and Paul Lyness won their match against City of Belfast by by 5 matches to nil and now wait on the result between Helens Bay and Lambeg to see if they qualify for the knock out stages of the competition.

20/06/2009 – Shelbourne Motors Sponsored Stroke Play Competition Results

There was a good entry for the Shelbourne Motors sponsored stroke play event at the weekend despite showery and windy conditions. Three players shot a 67.0 nett, but the winner after count back was Richard Abbott off 21. Richard scored 35.5 nett going out and 31.5 nett coming home to win his first event. Second place went to Stephen Wilson who also scored 67.0 nett off his 10 handicap. Stephen scored 35.0 nett on his opening nine and 32.0 nett on his closing nine to clinch the runner up spot. Third place went to Tom Acheson who also scored 67.0 nett off his 17 handicap. Tom scored 33.5 nett on his front nine and 33.5 on his back nine. Fourth place went to Roy McCrea who scored 68.0 nett off his 9 handicap. Roy scored 36.5 nett and 31.5 nett on his respective nines.

The gross prize went to 7 handicapper Ciaran Kelly who returned a score of 76, only 4 over par. Ciaran went out in 5 over par 42, but returned home in 1 under par 34 to win the gross.

The 0-12 section prize was won by Noel Holmes with a score of 69 nett off his 12 handicap and the 13 – 28 section prize was won by Kevin McCoy with a score of 68 nett off his 21 handicap. The front nine prize was won by club Captain Cecil Brownlee with a score of 33.5 nett and the back nine prize was won by Jonathan McKnight with a score of 30.0 nett off his 12 handicap.

The Juvenile winner was Adam Kerr with a score of 68.0 nett off his 21 handicap. Adam scored 33.5 nett going out and 34.5 nett coming home.

Eleven players scored a “2″ at the weekend, with five of them getting one at the 5th hole. They were Stephen O’Connor, Aaron Aag, Barry Rayner, Norman Weir and Patrick Morgan. Daniel Magill, Brian Adair, Alan McCartney and Shane O’Neill all got their “2″ at the 11th hole. Kenny Kerr and Ciaran Kelly got their “2″ at the 15th hole.

Next weeks competition is the Trustees sponsored stableford.

The Degree Refrigeration & Air Conditioning sponsored Wednesday sweep was won by Dessie Hughes with a score of 22 pts. Second spot went to Aaron Caddell who also scored 22 pts, but lost out on countback. Two players scored a “2″, Aaron Caddell and Kevin Keegan.

There were no club teams in action at the weekend but next Sunday three are involved, the Ulster Fourball Team take on Cairndhu at home. The Rossmore team are also in action and the Holt Shield team also play on Sunday.

13/06/2009 – Edenderry Golf Society Sponsored Stableford Competition Results

The Edenderry Golf Society sponsored stableford was played at the weekend in very warm conditions despite a torrential shower in the morning. Scoring proved difficult with three players returning a score of 39 pts. The winner was William Crozier who off his 15 handicap took first place due to a superior back nine. William scored 17 pts going out and 22 pts coming home for his first victory. Second place went to Drew Magee who also scored 39 pts off his 13 handicap. Drew scored 19 pts on his opening nine and 20 pts on his back to take the runner up spot. Third place went to Thomas Cartmill who also shot 39 pts off his 19 handicap. Thomas scored 22 pts going out and 17 pts coming home. Fourth place went to Victor Hewitt with a score of 38 pts off his 18 handicap. Victor scored 15 pts and 23 pts on his respective nines.

The gross prize was won by Harry Clougher with a score of 79 off 9. The 0-12 section prize was won by John Currie with a score of 37 pts and the 13-28 section prize was won by Charlie Johnston with a score of 35 pts. The front nine prize was won by Alan McCartney with 19 pts and the back nine prize was won by Sean McKeever with a score of 22 pts.

Daniel Huey took the Juvenile prize.

Only five players managed to score a “2″ at the weekend with Victor Hewitt and David McAdam getting theirs at the 3rd hole. Aaron Caddell and Clive Currie both got a “2″ at the 13th hole. Norman Stewart got his “2″ at the 15th hole.

Next weeks competition is sponsored by Shelbourne Motors and will be a stroke play competition.

The Ulster Fourball team progressed to the next round on Sunday after defeating Hilton Templepatrick by 3.5 to 1.5 in the return leg. Loughgall’s first pairing of Kevin McCoy and Dessie Hughes won by 6 & 4. The second pair of Charlie Johnston and Ian Magill also won by 2 holes. Graham Buckley and Willie Fenton got a battling halve. The final pairing of Graham Moore and Joe Murphy won the last match by 3 & 2. Team captain Kevin Keegan was ecstatic at Loughgall’s win as the match was always tight. As yet their next opponents are not known.

Dennis Lavery’s Ronan Rafferty team are also through to the next round after defeating Lisburn at home they travelled to Lisburn last Monday and won by 11 to 9.

06/06/2009 – PGA Tankard Qualifier Competition Results

The PGA Tankard qualifier played at Loughgall on Saturday attracted a good entry and despite the cold wind and showery conditions there were some excellent scores.

The winner with a super 66 nett was Ian Magill playing off 18. Ian scored 35.0 nett going out and 31.0 nett coming home. Alan Magill, Ian’s brother was second with a score of 69 nett off his 15 handicap. Alan scored 35.5 nett on his opening nine and 33.5 nett on the easier closing nine. Third place went to club vice captain Brendan Morgan with a score of 70.0 nett off his 16 handicap. Brendan scored 38.0 nett on his opening nine and 32.0 nett on his closing nine. Fourth spot went to Richard Wright with a score of 72.0 nett off his 13 handicap.

The gross prize was won by Stephen Mullan. The 0-12 section prize went to Keith Campbell with a score of 73 nett and the 13-28 section prize went to Neil Armstrong with a score of 75 nett. The front nine prize went to John Allen with a super 33.5 nett and the back nine prize went to William McWilliams with a score of 31.5 nett.

The Juvenile winner was Adam Kerr with a score of 71 nett off his 21 handicap.

Only 5 players managed to score a “2” at the weekend with Stephen O’Connor getting his at the 5th hole. Adam Hunniford got his “2” at the 11th hole. Ian Gordon, Shane O’Neill and Ciaran Kelly all got a “2” at the 15th hole.

Next weeks event is sponsored by Edenderry Golf Society and will be a stableford event.

The Degree Refrigeration & Air Conditioning sponsored Wednesday Sweep was won by Graeme Buckley with 22 pts last Wednesday. The runner up was John Currie who also scored 22 pts but lost out on count back. Aaron Caddell scored the only “2” of the day.

Several teams were in action over the weekend with the Ulster Fourball team travelling to the Hilton Templepatrick on Sunday in the first leg. They were beaten 3 to 2 at the Hilton which was an excellent result for the Loughgall team. Their winners were Graham Moore and Joe Murphy who won their match by 2 holes. Kevin McCoy and James O’Hagan were the other winners winning by 4 & 3 against their opponents.

Joel Kennedy’s Rossmore team played host to Rockmount in the return leg on Sunday and they progress to the next round after defeating Rockmount by 3 to 1. Loughgall’s winners were Joel Kennedy and Richard Wright who won by 5 & 4. Walter Beattie and Willie Young who won by 2 holes. Alan McCartney and Drew Magee were the other victors, winning by 3 & 2.

Neil Walker’s Holt Shield team travelled to Helen’s Bay but lost 4 matches to 1. Loughgall’s only winner was Paul Lyness.

30/05/2009 – Loughgall Club Stableford Competition Results

The Loughgall club stableford played on Saturday attracted an excellent entry and was played in blistering sunshine for a change. The winner with an excellent score of 42 pts was Stephen Mills, playing off 14. Stephen scored 18 pts going out and an excellent 24 pts coming home. In second place was Colm Nixon who scored 40 pts playing off 19. Colm scored 21 pts on the more difficult front nine and 19 pts on the easier back nine. In third place with a score of 39 pts was Mervyn Todd playing off a 19 handicap. Mervyn scored 16 pts going out and 23 pts coming home. Fourth spot went to Alan Magill with a score of 38 pts off his 15 handicap. Alan scored 18 pts and 20 pts for his respective nines.

The Gross prize was won by Kenny Kerr with a score of 77 off his 8 handicap. Kenny went out in 40 and returned home in 37 to take another gross. The 0-12 section prize was won by Jonny McNabb with a score of 37 pts off 7 and the 13-28 section prize was won by Jeffrey Armstrong with a score of 35 pts off 15. The front nine prize was won by Thomas Cartmill with 19 pts and the back nine prize was won by Noel Holmes with a score of 22 pts.

Only five players managed to score a “2″ at the weekend with Eamon Gorman getting his “2″ at the 5th hole. Kenny Kerr got his “2″ at the 11th hole. Derek Burney and Colm Nixon both got a “2″ at the 13th hole. Richard Wright got his “2″ at the par 4 16th hole.

Next weeks event is the PGA Tankard Qualifier and will be a stroke play event.

A few of the inter club teams were in action at the weekend with the Sam Rutherford team going out to a strong Ashfield team on Friday evening. Paul Lyness and Karl Judt halved their match and Andrew Currie and Clive Currie were 1 up at the 17th when called in due to the big deficit.

The Junior Cowdy are up against progressing any further after losing by 4 matches to nil at Ardglass on Sunday.

The Rossmore Cup team however fared much better by drawing 2 all at Rockmount on Sunday. Their winners were Richard Wright and Brian Teague who won by 2 holes. Jonathan McKnight and Jonathan Cousins were the other victors winning by 3 & 1. The return leg is next Sunday at Loughgall.

23/05/2009 – Jewellery by Van Scoy Sponsored Stroke Results

The Jewellery by Van Scoy sponsored stroke play competition attracted a reasonable entry despite the Rally being staged around the Loughgall Golf Course on Saturday.

The winner after count back was Alan Magill with a fine 65 nett off his 15 handicap. Alan was only 4 over par on each of his nines going out in 33 nett and coming home in 32 nett. The runner up was Mark Gilpin who shot the same score a 65 nett off his 21 handicap. Mark played his front nine in 30 nett and the back nine in 35 nett. Third place went to Barry Rayner with a score of 66 nett off his 14 handicap. Barry went out in 35 nett and returned home in 31 nett. Fourth place went to Jonathan McNabb with a score of 68 nett off his 7 handicap. Jonny who has been playing very consisitant golf of late covered the course in 75 shots for his fourth place.

The gross prize went to Kenny Kerr who shot a 74 off his 8 handicap. Kenny went out in 2 over par 39 and came home in level par 35 to win the gross prize.

The 0-12 section prize was won by Christopher Campbell with a score of 68 nett off his 12 handicap and the 13 – 28 section prize was won by Neville Cornett with a score of 68 nett as well. The front nine prize was won by Rodney Clarke with a score of 34 nett and the back nine prize was won by Charlie Johnston with a score of 31 nett.

Only five “2”’s were recorded with Neil walker getting his at the 5th hole. Daniel Magill, Barry Rayner and Kevin Keegan all got a “2” at the 11th hole. Kenny Kerr got his “2” at the 13th hole.

Next weeks event is sponsored by Bank of Ireland and will be a stableford competition.

Several Inter club team matches were played over the weekend with the Sam Rutherford team facing an uphill task after going down by 19 hole on the first leg at Ashfield on Friday. The return leg is next Friday.

The Ulster Cup team are out of this years competition after losing by 5 matches to 2 matches at Redcastle on Sunday, losing overall by 7.5 to 6.5. A special mention for Brian Teague who won his match by 5 & 3 at Redcastle.

The Fred Daly team are also out of this years event losing to a very strong Ballybofey team in the return leg at Ballybofey on Saturday. Philip McCoy won his match by 2 & 1 and Paul Nixon got a halve in his game.

The Ulster Fourball team are through to the next round after getting the required halve point at Galgorm on Sunday. Loughgall lead by 5 matches to nil from the first leg. Club Captain Cecil Brownlee and Mal Cullen won their match by 2 holes and Graeme Moore and Ian Magill halved their game when the other matches were called in. Loughgall now play either Hilton Templepatrick or Belvoir golf club in the next round.

16/05/2009 – Fred Daly Qualifying Competition Results

There was not as big an entry as usual for the Fred Daly Qualifying competition on Saturday due to the bad weather and the number of inter club teams taking part in matches. This however did not stop some fine scoring taking place, with Christopher Campbell winning the event with 41 pts off his 12 handicap. Christopher pushed Paul Lyness into the runners up spot due to a better back nine. Christopher scored 20 pts going out and 21 pts coming home to qualify for the Lisburn Finals in September. Paul also shot 41 pts off his 7 handicap, covering the course in 2 over par 74 and like Christopher he scored 20 pts and 21 pts on his respective nines, but lost out on count back.Third place went to David McCrory who scored 39 pts of his 12 handicap. David scored 18 pts on his front nine and 21 pts on his back nine. Fourth place went to Brian Teague with a score of 38 pts off 15. Brian scored 16 pts on his outward nine and 22 pts on his inward nine.

The gross prize was won by Jason Wilson who scored a 79 off his 7 handicap. The 0-12 section prize was won by Jonathan McKnight with 38 pts off 12 and the 13-28 section was won by Alan Magill who also scored 38 pts off his 15 handicap. The front nine prize went to Harry Clougher with 20 pts and the back nine prize went to Drew Magee with a score of 22 pts.

Only five players scored a “2” at the weekend, with Alan Pedlow getting his “2” at the 5th hole. Jonny McNabb got his “2” at the 11th hole. Harry Clougher, Keith Campbell and Walter Beattie all got their “2” at the 15th hole.

Next weeks event is sponsored by Jewellery by Van Scoy and will be a stroke play event.

Several teams were in action over the weekend with Kevin Keegan’s Ulster Fourball team winning comprehensively against Galgorm Golf Club in the first leg at Loughgall on Saturday by a

5 – 0 margin. Cecil Brownlee and Malachy Cullen won their match by 3 & 2. Charlie Johnston and James Crawford won by 4 & 3. Willie Fenton and Raymond Henry won by 5 & 4. James O’Hagan and Kevin McCoy won by 1 up. Ian Magill and Brian Nixon won by 3 & 2.

Dennis Lavery’s Fred Daly Juvenile team played Ballybofey at home on Saturday and lost the first leg by 4 to 3. Loughgall’s winners were Jamie Wortley who beat a 6 handicapper by 2 & 1. Ben McAllister who defeated an 8 handicapper by 3 & 2. Philip McCoy was Loughgall’s other winner beating a 9 handicapper by 1 up. Loughgall play the return leg next Saturday.

John Allen’s Ulster Cup team played Redcastle at home on Sunday and managed a 4.5 to 2.5 win at home. Loughgall’s winners were Brian Teague who won by 6 & 4. John Currie who won by 3 & 2. Drew Magee who won his match by 1 up. Walter Beattie who won his match also by the margin of 1 up. Joel Kennedy halved his match.

Neil Walkers Junior Cowdy team were also in action on Sunday against Ardglass in the first leg. They won by the margin of 2.5 to 1.5. Loughgall’s winners were Dessie Hughes and Ian Magill who won by the score of 3 & 1. Patrick McElmeel and Kevin McCoy won by 5 & 4. Graham Moore and Mark Gilpin halved their match.

09/05/2009 – Apple Blossom Open Stableford Competition Results

The Apple Blossom Open Stableford competition was played at Loughgall on Saturday and despite the horrendous early conditions, scoring was good despite the bad weather.

The winner was Rodney Forsythe who played late in the afternoon, getting the best of the days weather. Rodney returned a massive score of 44 pts off his 24 handicap. Rodney had a great round scoring 22 pts on his front nine and 22 pts on his back nine to take the winners trophy.

Second place went to Walter Beattie with a fine score of 40 pts off his 12 handicap. Walter scored 18 pts on his opening nine and 22 pts on his closing nine to clinch the runner up spot.

Third place went to Jonny McNabb who also scored 40 pts, off his 7 handicap. Jonny scored 20 pts on each of his nines after covering the course in 3 over par 75.

Fourth place went to Dungannon golfer Gareth Davidson who also scored 40 pts off his 8 handicap. Gareth lost out on count back, scorig 21 pts on his outward nine and 19 pts on his inward nine.

Fifth place went to Mark Nugent from Killymoon with a score of 39 pts off his 15 handicap. Mark scored 19 pts going out and 20 pts coming home.

The gross prize was won by Norman Weir with a score of 74 off his 5 handicap. Norman went out in 2 over par 39 and came home in level par 35. Again, Norman was a late afternoon starter benefiting from the good weather.

The Juvenile prize was won by young Adam Kerr who scored 39 pts off his 21 handicap. Adam scored 19 pts going out and 20 pts coming home.

The ladies prize was won by Melissa Shortall with a score of 38 pts.

A big thank you to all the sponsors on the day, The Famous Grouse for the excellent meal provided, all the visitors who supported the competition and to our Captain Cecil Brownlee for all his hard work to make the event such a success.

Loughgall’s Holt Shield team had a good 3.5 pts to 1.5 pts win over Helens Bay at home on Sunday in the second group match of the competition. Their winners were Stephen Mullan, Andrew Currie and Paul Lyness. Keith Johnston halved his match.

Loughgall’s Pierce Purcell team narrowly missed out on qualifying at Portadown on Sunday. With only four teams going through to the knockout stage they missed by 3 pts.

Next weeks event is the Fred Daly Qualifying competition with winner going to Lisburn Golf Club in September for the finals day.

02/05/2009 – Linkni.com Web Design Competition Results

The stroke play Link.ni sponsored competition played two weeks ago attracted a good entry.

The winner with an incredible 56 nett was 25 handicapper Stephen Brown. Stephen went out in 43 for 29.5 nett and returned home in 39 shots for 26.5 nett to win the event by the proverbial mile.

Second spot went to Jeffrey Armstrong with a score of 67 nett off his 16 handicap. Jeffrey pushed Charlie Johnston into third place courtesy of a better back nine, as Charlie had scored the same, a 67 nett off his 18 handicap.

Fourth place went to David McCrory who shot a score of 68 nett off his 13 handicap.

The gross prize was won by Jonathan McNabb with an excellent 3 over par 75 off his 7 handicap. Jonny completed his front nine in level par 37 and the back nine in 3 over 38.

The 0-12 section was won by Clive Currie with a score of 68 nett off his 9 handicap and the 13-28 section was won by Eamon Gorman with a score of 68 nett as well off his 21 handicap.

The front nine prize was won by Keith Campbell with a score of 33 nett and the back nine prize went to Stephen Mills with a score of 29 nett.

Thirteen players scored a “2” , with Eddie Millar and Karl Judt getting a “ brace “. Eddie got his “2”’s at the 3rd and 5th holes and Karl got his at the 3rd and 11th holes. Alan Magill got a “2” at the 3rd hole. Stephen Brown, John Allen, Rodney Kernaghan, Billy McWilliams and John Currie all got their “2”’s at the 5th hole. Drew Magee, Brian Teague and Barry Rayner all birdied the 11th hole. Clive Currie and Rodney Clarke got their “2”’s at the 13th hole.

25/04/2009 – International Pairings Qualifier Competition Results

The International Pairs Qualifier played on Saturday attracted a reasonable entry. The winners with a score of 42 pts were Keith Campbell and Barry Wallace, playing off three quarters of their handicaps they managed to score 20 pts on their outward nine and 22 pts on their homeward nine holes to win a place at Knightsbrook Golf Club for the finals in September.

Three pairings scored 41 pts with David McCrory and Thomas Cartmill taking second place due count back. They scored 21 pts going out and 20 pts coming home. Third spot went to the pair of Richard Wright and Jonathan McKnight who also scored 21 pts and 20 pts on their respective nines but lost out 2nd place on count back. John Currie and Joel Kennedy were fourth also with 41 pts, they scored 21 pts on their front nine and 20 pts on their back nine.

Only four “2″‘s were scored at the weekend with Seamus Golding getting his “2″ at the 3rd hole. Richard Wright got his “2″ at the 11th hole. Joel Kennedy got his “2″ at the 13th hole and Drew Magee got his at the par 4 14th hole.

The winner of the Juvenile Competition was Graeme Currie with a score of 45 pts off his 24 handicap. Graeme scored 22 pts on his opening nine and 23 pts on his inward nine.

Neil Walker’s Holt Shield team played the return leg against Lambeg on Saturday and came out 3 matches to two matches winners. Andrew Currie had a great win over his opponent by the margin of 5 & 4. Karl Judt defeated his opponent by 4 & 3. Stephen Mullan and Harry Clougher both halved their matches. Loughgall play Helens Bay in the next match.

18/04/2009 – Keegan’s Bar Competition Results

Last weekends Keegans Bar sponsored stableford competition attracted another excellent entry and the good weather was reflected in the scoring.

The winner with a super score of 44 pts was Stephen Mullan. Playing off his 9 handicap Stephen had one of those days when everything goes right, covering the course in 1 over par 73 strokes. He went out in 1 over par 38 for 22 pts on his front nine and came home in level par 35 for 22 pts on his back nine. His excellent round cuts him to 7 for next week.

Several members had a score of 41 pts with one shy member not wanting his name mentioned taking the runner up spot due to a better back nine. In third place was Rodney Clarke with 41 pts off his 16 handicap. Rodney scored 19 pts going out and 22 pts coming home. In fourth place was Derek Wallace with a score of 41 pts as well off his 21 handicap. Derek scored 20 pts on his opening nine and 21 pts on his closing nine.

The gross prize went to Paul Lyness with a round of 4 over par 76 off his 8 handicap. Paul went out in 2 over par 39 and came home also in 2 over par 37 for a very consistent score.

The 0-12 section prize was won by Kenny Kerr with a score of 40 pts and the 13-28 section prize was won by Adrian Faulkner with a score of 40 pts as well. The front nine prize went to Jason Wilson with a score of 21 pts and the back nine prize was won by Keith Campbell with a score of 22 pts.

The juvenile winner was young Ben McAllister with a score of 41 pts off 16. Ben scored 19 pts on his opening nine holes and 22 pts on his closing nine holes.

Sixteen players scored a “2″ at the weekend with Dennis Lavery getting a pair of them at the 5th and 15th holes. Jonathan Hewitt and Rodney Clarke got their “2″‘s at the 3rd hole. Alan Parr got his “2″ at the 5th hole. Jonathan Cousins, Seamus Golding, Philip McCoy and Stephen Brown all got a “2″ at the 11th hole. Alan Pedlow, Daniel Huey, Derek Wallace, Cecil Brownlee and Jason Wilson all got a “2″ at the 13th hole. Kyle Johnston got his “2″ at the par 4 14th hole. William Stewart and William Crozier got their “2″‘s at the 15th hole.

Next weeks competition is the “International Pairs” 2 man team event with the qualifiers going to play the superb Knightsbrook course in Trim in September. Members are reminded they need to play in fourballs or else have a marker with them.

Dennis Lavery’s Fred Daly team are through to the next round of the event for the first time after defeating a good Bangor team over two legs by 8 matches to 6. The boys got a terrific result of 3.5 to 3.5 away from home, winning by 4.5 to 2.5 at home to progress to play the winners of Killymoon or Ballybofey in the next round. At home Philip McCoy won his match by 3 & 2 to win a point. Daniel Huey won his game by 2 & 1 for another point. Ben McAllister won his game by 1 up. Adam Kerr hammered his opponent by 7 & 6. and Paul Nixon halved his match to secure victory. Richard Allen was the unlucky player to lose out at home to a 4 handicapper who he hammered in the away leg at Bangor. This was a tremendous achievement as there were no shots given in the games and the Bangor team consisted of mostly single figure handicappers.

Neil Walker’s Holt Shield team had a good victory of 3 matches to 2 away at Lambeg on Sunday. Their winners were Keith Johnston, Paul Lyness and Jonny McNabb. The return leg is at home next Saturday afternoon.

12/04/2009 – St. Andrew’s Qualifier Competition Results

The St. Andrew’s qualifier played on Saturday attracted a superb entry and despite some ridiculous pin positions there were some good scores.

The overall winner was Brian Nixon who scored 41 pts off his 16 handicap. Brian scored 18 pts on his outward nine and a great 23 pts on his inward nine to take the main event prize. In second spot on 40 pts was Graham Moore who pushed Roy McCrea into third spot ( also 40 pts ) courtesy of his better back nine. Graham, playing off 21, scored 17 pts going out and 23 pts coming home despite taking a ” ding ” on both nines. Roy playing off 10, scored 18 pts and 22 pts on his respective nines. Fourth spot went to Stephen McCauley who scored 39 pts off his 13 handicap. Stephen scored 20 pts going out and 19 pts coming home.

The gross prize went to Jonny McNabb who shot a great round of 75 off his 8 handicap. Jonny went out in 3 over par 40, but returned home in level par 35. The highlight of his round was an eagle three at the par 5 18th hole.

The 0-12 section prize went to Karl Judt who also scored 39 pts off his 10 handicap and the 13 -28 section prize went to Willie Fenton who shot 37 pts off 18. The front nine prize went to Mark McKeever with a score of 21 pts and the back nine prize went to Seamus Golding with a score of 21 pts.

The juvenile winner was Philip McCoy who scored an astonishing 48 pts off his 22 handicap. Philip scored 26 pts going out and 22 pts coming home.

There were 11 “2″‘s at the weekend, but Walter Beattie went one better with a ” hole in 1 ” at the 3rd hole on Saturday, made all the more remarkable by the ludicrous pin position at the weekend. Karl Judt scored a “2″ at the par 4 2nd hole. Ben McCallister and David McCrory both got their “2″ at the 3rd hole. Stephen Wilson got his “2″ at the 5th hole. Alan McCartney, Rodney Clarke, Andrew Currie and Jonathan Lockhart all got a “2″ at the 11th hole. Roy McCrea got his “2″ at the par 4 14th hole. Graham Moore and Stephen McCauley got their “2″‘s at the 15th hole.

The qualifiers from Loughgall who will now play off against Silverwood are as follows. The winner Brian Nixon, runner-up Graham Moore, the gross Shane O’Neill, 0-10 section Roy McCrea, 11-18 section Stephen McCauley and the 19-28 section Willie Fenton.

Next weeks event is a stableford competition sponsored by Keegan’s Bar.

04/04/2009 – Famous Grouse Stroke Results

The first stroke play competition of the year sponsored by the Famous Grouse attracted an excellent field and despite a strong wind there were some excellent scores in difficult conditions.

The winner with a superb score of 66 nett was 8 handicapper Jason Wilson. Jason played the course in 76 shots, only 4 over par. He went out in 43 strokes, 6 over on the more difficult opening nine but stormed home in 33 shots, 2 under par on his back nine. The runner-up with a score of 68 nett was Raymond Henry playing off 18. Raymond went out in 32.0 nett and came home in 36.0 nett for his second place. Third spot went to Jeffrey Armstrong with a score of 69 nett off his 16 handicap. Jeff went out in 37.0 nett returning home in 32.0 nett. Fourth place went to Keith Campbell with a score of 70 nett off 12.

The gross prize went to Jonathan McNabb with a score of 78 off his 8 handicap. The 0-12 section prize was won by Andrew Currie with a score of 70 nett off his 9 handicap and the 13-28 section prize went to club Captain Cecil Brownlee with a score of 71 nett.

The front nine prize was won by David McCrory with a score of 35.5 nett off his 13 handicap and the back nine prize went to Drew Magee with a score of 31.5 nett off his 13 handicap.

The juvenile winner was Ben McAllister with a score of 68 nett off his 19 handicap. Ben went out in 38.5 nett and came home in 29.5 nett to push young Michael Connor, who had the same score, out of the prizes due to his better back nine.

Only seven players managed to score a “2″ at the weekend. Aaron Aag and Raymond Henry both got their “2″‘s at the 3rd hole. Alan Parr and Stephen Graham both got a “2″ at the short 11th hole. Philip Leckey, Alan Pedlow and Neal Breen all got their “2″ at the 13th hole.

Next weeks competition is The St. Andrews Qualifier and is a stableford event.

28/03/2009 – Hogg’s Bar Sponsored Stableford Results

The Hogg’s Bar sponsored stableford competition was played on Saturday in extremely difficult conditions, with a very strong wind making scoring difficulty. One player however seemed to master the conditions, James O’Hagan returning an impressive 41 pts off his 19 handicap to win by 3 pts from his nearest challenger.

James scored 17 pts on his front nine including a “ding” at the sixth hole, but came home with 24 pts on his back nine to win the first individual competition of the year. Second place went to Aaron Aag with a score of 38 pts off his 16 handicap. Aaron scored 20 pts and 18 pts on his respective nines. Third spot went to David McKee with a score of 37 pts off his 26 handicap. David score 15 pts on his outward nine and 22 pts on his inward nine. Fourth spot went to new member Jonathan McKnight with a score of 36 pts off his 12 handicap. Jonathan scored 16 pts on his opening nine holes and 20 pts on his closing nine holes.

The gross prize went to Paul Lyness who returned a 78 playing off 8, he went out in 1 over par 38 but returned home in 5 over par 40 on his back nine. An ugly seven on the difficult par 4 17th hole ruined what would have been an excellent card.

The 0-12 section prize was won by Jonathan Mcnabb with a score of 36 pts off his 8 handicap. Richard Wright took the 13-28 section with a score of 36 pts off his 13 handicap. The front nine prize went to Willie Young with a score of 20 pts and the back nine prize to Ian Magill also with a score of 20 pts.

The Juvenile winner with a huge score of 45 pts was Adam Kerr. Playing off 25 Adam scored 24 pts going out and 21 pts coming home.

Only eight players managed to score a “2″ at the weekend with John Currie and Alan Pedlow getting theirs at the 3rd hole. Nicholas Salley got his “2″ at the 5th hole. Thomas Cartmill, Tom Acheson, Barry Rayner and James O’Hagan all got a “2″ at the 13th hole. Keith Johnston was the other player to get a “2″ his coming at the par 4 14th hole.

Next weeks event is sponsored by the ” Famous Grouse ” and will be a stroke play event.

21/03/2009 – Captains Drive Stableford Results

Loughgall’s first competition of the season teed off last Saturday with Cecil Brownlee’s Captain’s Drive.

This was a fun team event with each team picking the best drive at each hole and playing their second shots from that position.

The winners were the quartet of Charlie Johnston, Paul Lyness, Kevin McCoy and Alan Magill with a total of 117 pts.

The fourball of Stephen Wilson, Adam Hunniford, Rodney Clarke and David McCrory were second with a team total of 110 pts.

In third place was the fourball of Eamon Gorman, Stephen Crowe, Malachy McHugh and Drew Magee.

Next weekends event is a stableford competition sponsored by Hogg’s Bar and members are reminded that they can pay their annual membership in the club room on Saturday.