Category: Results

Results : Adamez & Utopia, Open Stableford

Spontaneous applause broke out among the committee members present when the result was declared. The ever popular Stephen McClelland had come out on the right side of an enthralling battle, but only just. Winston Burke had laid down the first challenge with 41pts. Then up popped Paul Armstrong with 41pts. Countback required. Then Stephen arrived with 41pts. Countback required again, before being declared the winner. This is the second week in a
row that we’ve required Countback to get a winner, again, with 41pts. Snapping at these guys’ heels was Stan (Monty) Montgomery, 40pts and Eugene Rooney, 39pts. Full result as follows:

Gents:

1st  – Stephen McClelland, 41pts
2nd – Paul Armstrong, 41pts
3rd – Winston Burke, 41pts
Gross – Raymond Farrell, 83
Front 9 – Stan Montgomery, 24pts
Back 9 – Eugene Rooney, 23pts (2nd week running)

Ladies:

1st – Linda Armstrong, 35pts

Results Scott’s Bakery, Open Stableford

36 entrants for the Scott’s Bakery Open Stableford competition saw a rush for top spot on day three. The battle for pole position was between, Eugene Rooney, Alan Forsythe, Kenny Robinson & Kevin King. Just one point separated
all four with the result being declared after countback.

Gents:

1st – Kevin King, 41pts
2nd – Kenny Robinson, 41pts
3rd – Alan Forsythe, 41pts
Gross – Winston Burke, 75
Front 9 – John Graydon
Back 9 – Eugene Rooney
Nearest the Pin – Eamon Rasdale

Ladies:

1st – Gillian Chartres, 31pts
2nd – Betty Monaghan, 26pts

Results Fee Engineering Stableford Competition

52 entrants in the Fee Engineering competition. Top of the pops was The Mighty, Dave Johnstone. He rattled in a few pars and a birdie for good measure to score a healthy 44 points. Results are as follows …

Gents:

1st –  David Johnstone, 44pts
2nd – Eugene Rooney, 43pts
3rd – Kevin King, 40pts
Gross – Malachy Graham, 75
Front 9 – Paul Armstrong, 22pts
Back 9 – Kevin McGarry, 22pts

Ladies:

1st – Gillian Chartres, 30pts
2nd – Carmel Rooney, 25pts

Next up is “Scott’s Bakery – 18 Hole Club Stableford from the 4th to 6th August (last month of summer). Time sheet in operation, please use it.

We have had a large number of visitors over the past few weeks, (people home for weddings etc) who enjoy their game of golf but are short of equipment. Every effort will be made to accommodate you so if you’re short of a ‘bag’ for instance, please ask Victor or any of the committee. We will be only too glad to help.

Members involved in the club tournaments ie Singles, Doubles & Mixed Doubles should get their matches played asap. Captains Draw tickets have been issued and can be purchased through Victor or any of our Committee members. Proceeds in aid of Local Dementia Care and our Course Irrigation System, which is now well under way.

Facilitating Fun continues every Monday from 10am. Young and old (and in between) are very welcome. No charge.

July 2017 Prize Night

Some photos from our July Prize Giving Evening.

Congratulations to all our prize winners and our thanks, once again, to our Competition Sponsors for their generosity and continued support:-

E & R Bennett, Fivemiletown

Fletcher Golf, Enniskillen

Clogher Valley Credit Union

3 Cousins finish in top 3 of Fletcher Golf Competition : James Colhoun, Alan Forsyth & Gary Colhoun with Capt Andy

Capt Andy with wife Linda : Ladies winner in the Fletcher Golf competition

Results : Fletcher Golf Open Stroke Competition

Gents Results:

1st:  Alan Forsyth, 62 nett (on count-back)

2nd:  James Colhoun, 62 nett

3rd:  Gary Colhoun, 62 nett

Gross: Michael Follis

Front 9:  Charlie Keys

Back 9:  Kevin King

 

Ladies Results:

1st: Linda Armstrong, 68 nett (making a welcome return to fitness)

2nd: Gillian Chartres, 70 nett

 

Next weekend’s Competition is the Fee Engineering Club Stableford.  28th, 29th& 30th July…

Prize Night on Saturday 29th at 9pm sharp.  We had hoped to have a BBQ on this prize night but unfortunately this must be rescheduled.

Members involved in the club tournaments should get their matches played asap.

Captains Draw tickets have been issued and can be purchased through Victor or any of our Committee members.  Proceeds in aid of Local Dementia Care and our Course Irrigation System, which is now well under way.

Please remember to use the time sheets so you can be guaranteed tee times. Members in the habit of a particular start time are urged to use the time sheets or give way to those who have. Basically, the course is increasingly getting busier and we want to accommodate everyone.

Facilitating Fun continues every Monday from 10am. Young and old (and in between) are welcome. No charge.

Clogher Valley Credit Union Competition

Results for the Clogher Valley Credit Union Club Stroke Competition.

Gents:

1st Alan Forsythe Nett 57

2nd Paul Colgan Nett 58

3rd Joe Davis Nett 63

Everett Bennett Nearest the Pin

Charlie Keys Front Nine Nett  30

Kevin King Back Nine Nett  31

Malachy Graham Gross   75

Stan Montgomery had a “2” and Tom McKeagney almost had a hole-in-one.

 

Ladies:

1st Mary Fee Nett 76

2nd Gillian Chartres Nett 77 (Count-back).

Henrietta Willis Nearest the Pin

May & June Prize Giving Evenings

Some photos of our Sponsors and Prize Winners for May & June Competitions.

It’s good to see so many members taking part in competitions and supporting our Prize Giving Evenings. We are also hugely grateful to our generous sponsors year on year for their support – without them we couldn’t run our full fixtures list each month.

The Club presented Eugene Meehan, from the local branch of Cancer Research, with a cheque for £130. We were delighted that other members of the Cancer Research Committee were able to join us on the evening. Thanks to the generosity of Charlie Keys, who donated a bottle of brandy, a further £160 was raised on the night through the sale of raffle tickets.

Don’t forget our next Competition over the weekend of 7th to 9th July, is the CLOGHER VALLEY CREDIT UNION 18 HOLE STROKE

Prize Giving Evening, for our June Competition Winners
Prize Giving Evening, for our May Competition Winners

Results for Maurice & Kenny, Club Stroke Play

Gents:-

1st:  Malachy Graham – nett 64 on Countback

2nd:  Charlie Keys – nett 64

3rd:  Paul Colgan – nett 66

Longest Drive:  Gary Colhoun

Nearest the Pin: Paul Colgan

Front 9:  Mervyn Farrell – 31 nett

Back 9:  Stan Montgomery – 29 nett.

Gross:  Barry Byrne – 85

 

Ladies :-

1st:  Carmel Rooney – nett 67

2nd: Mary Fee – nett 73

Nearest the Pin: Mary Fee

Western Cars Comp Results & News Items

Busy week at the Clogher Valley. Wednesday evening Scramble continues, 6.30pm for 7pm Tee off.

This weekend coming will be the “Club Open, Stableford”. Time sheet in operation.

Tuition and practice session for beginners & improvers, (Ladies, Gents & Juveniles) continues every Monday at 10am. Free of charge, everybody welcome.

During the week we had the Western Cars Stableford competition. The course looked magnificent and was complimented with an array of exquisite vehicles on show as competitors drove up Magnolia Avenue. The golf wasn’t too bad either. Alan Forsythe & Eamon Rasdale went head-to-head, with the former succeeding, but only just, on countback. Stan (Monty) Montgomery wasn’t far away either. One slip was all he needed, but that slip didn’t happen.

Western Cars Results

Gents:

1st   Alan Forsythe, 41 pts (Countback)

2nd. Eamon Rasdale, 41 pts

3rd   Stan Montgomery, 40 pts (Countback)

Gross  Malachy Graham (74)

Front 9.  Paul Armstrong, 20 pts (Countback)

Back 9.  Eugene Rooney, 23 pts (Countback)

Nearest the pin – Dave Johnston

Ladies:

1st Hazel McDonald, 30 pts

2nd Gillian Chartres, 28 pts

Nearest the pin Barbara Kingston

 

Aughnacloy GC hosted Clogher Valley in the first round (first leg) of the Conway Cup. This proved to be a titanic struggle with every match being a cliff hanger. Unfortunately for Clogher Valley, they came out the wrong side of the result and will find it very difficult to claw back the lead Aughnacloy established. However, the golf was good, the course was good, the food was good and the hospitality and camaraderie was excellent. Even Sydney was good. Congratulations to Dean Marshall and his merry men. A date for the return leg will be organised later.

Prize Giving is on Saturday 27th. Winner please note, “Local Rule”. Non attendance could mean forfeiture of your prize. Music & Entertainment by Country Willie Ralph.

Please note……….Time sheets are in operation for all competitions. Victor will oblige and can be contacted during office hours on 077 7595 2690.

Sheets are available also for “Singles”, “Doubles” & “Mixed Doubles”. The draw for these will be made at prize giving on Saturday evening so if you haven’t your name entered, please do so or, ring Victor.

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