Gents Notes w/e Sunday 2nd June 2018

Results

Captains Prize Results Sunday June 2nd

1st Patsy Collins (16) 73pts b9 2nd Martin O Driscoll (13) 73 pts 1st Gross: Clive Cooney (5) 58pts 3rd Colin Houlihan (9) 70pts 2nd Gross: Micheal Gee (8) 49pts b9 4th Alan Darcy (16) 69pts 3rd Gross: Andy Hickey (7) 49pts 5th Denis Herlihy  (14) 68 Cat 1 Colman Walsh (9) 63pts Cat 2 Shane Hanrahan (11) 67pts Cat 3 Brian Hilliard (16) 66pts Cat 4 David Walsh (21) 68pts Best Nett Rd1 Des Cleary (14) 39pts Best Rd 2 Denis Looby (19) 37pts Best Gross Rd 1 Philip Spratt (1) 33pts Best Gross Rd 2 Owen O Keeffe (9) 22pts Past Captain Justin Spratt (23) 65pts Guest:Ger Ryan.  Ladies 9 Hole: Marie T Curran (24) 20pts

 

Tuesday Treats May 28th

Cat 1 Charlie Barry (16) 23pts, 2nd Brian Nolan (12) 22pts

Cat 2 Diarmuid Horgan (27) 22pts, 2nd Percy Walsh (20) 21pts

Cat 3 Alan Twomey (15) 20pts, 2nd Jim Moroney (15) 18pts

Long Drive Stephen Fehilly. Nearest to Pin 4th Shane Hanrahan, 9th Sean Spratt

 

Al Eile Open Wed 29th May

Winner: Shane Hanrahan (11) 33pts  CSS: 35

 

Midweek Medley Wed 29th May

1st Noel Murray Malcolm Ashby Joan Ronayne – 32.7/12

2nd Pat Power Eithne Ashby Noreen Byrne – 33.5/12

 

Fixtures

Tuesday Treats June 4th – Open 9 hole competition with category prizes, nearest to pin and long drive.

Wednesday June 5th  – Al Eile Open 18 hole singles

Wednesday Midweek Medley June 5th – 3 person mixed scramble. Age 55 and over.  Draw for partners at 11.15a.m.

Friday June 7th9 Hole handicap qualifying competition – Front 9

Saturday June 8 and Sunday June 9th Club Competition 18 hole stableford

 

Captains Prize 2019

Our captain Mr Tom Higgins hosted his captain’s prize over the weekend.  The action got underway on Friday afternoon in mixed weather conditions with the later entrants enjoying the best of the weather conditions.  Denis Herlihy emerged as clubhouse leader with a great score of 39 pts, closely followed by Dave Walsh with 37.  Weather conditions on Saturday provided a stern test with wind and rain in the early morning.  Despite this all entrants turned out and Des Cleary and Martin O Driscoll returned 39 pts each.  Clive Cooney, Jack O Donnell and Brian Foley were on their heels with 38 pts.  Just a single point separated the top 6 as we headed into the final round on Sunday.  A strong south westerly wind greeted the qualifiers once again and it would take skill patience and perseverance for anyone with an eye on the coveted prize.  Patsy Collins (16) carded a magnificent 39 pts to add to his 34 to claim the lead in the clubhouse.  Martin O Driscoll could only manage 34 pts to enter into a tie for top spot.  On a count back Patsy emerged as the winner with a best second round card.  With the counts and recounts completed all was ready for the presentation on Sunday night.  Our president Pat Murphy introduced Tom Higgins to rapturous applause from a packed clubhouse.  Our lady captain Jean O Donovan was also on hand to complete the presentation party.  Our winner Patsy Collins was loud in his praise of the facilities and friendly atmosphere at West Waterford golf club.  Following the presentation, Liam, Ali, and staff served a delicious selection of finger food while Richie Power provided the music.  As our 27th captain’s prize draws to a successful conclusion we say thank you to our captain Tom and to everyone who supported this prestigious event.

 

Dungarvan Golf International

Our club was delighted to welcome visitors and friends from far and wide to the 19th Dungarvan Golf International played last week.  West Waterford hosted the event on Monday and Tuesday and it was great to meet the many golfers who return annually to this popular event.  We were well represented at the prize giving function in the Gold Coast on Thursday night and it was nice to personally thank those who continue to support the event.  Our captain Tom Higgins made a huge impression with a number of songs from his vast repertoire as he entertained the large crowd.  Thank you to all who supported the Golf International and to all at the Gold Coast for their warm welcome on the night.

 

Fred Perry Trophy

We have a home draw versus Co Tipperary GC in the next round.  The date for the fixture has yet to be finalized.

 

Belvedere Trophy

With so many high handicappers showing exceptionally good form during the Winter League, our team manager Edward Hickey will be casting a serious eye over the relevant result sheets.  Our first game is a preliminary round vs Dunmore East with the winners playing Williamstown in the first round.  This round must be completed by 17/6/2019.  To be eligible a player must have had a handicap of 18 or over on January 1st 2018, and must have been over 25 years of age on the same date.  Eligible players are invited to put their names on the relevant sheet on notice board.

 

Irish  Mixed Foursomes

It’s that time of the year again when we need to get our panel together. The East Munster rounds of the Irish Mixed Foursomes will take place on 15th/16th June at the Gold Coast GC. The panel consists of a male and female with combined handicap of not less than 19 and pair must play off 27 or less. Anyone interested in participating, please put your names on the sheets, on the men’s board or for the ladies in the ladies locker room.

 

Club Matchplay Events

Sheets are now posted for the Club Fourball and Club Singles competitions.  Please put the names up and remember to put entry fee in the relevant envelopes provided at the sign-in desk.

 

9 Hole Handicap Qualifier

Our popular 9 hole handicap qualifier continues on Friday 7th June.  Played over the front 9 the competition is open to members and visitors and is qualifying for handicap purposes.

 

Charity Golf Classic June 13th and 14th

This Classic is in aid of The Alzheimer Society of Ireland.  Entry for a team of 4 costs €100.  Ring 058-43216 to book your tee time.  For full details of the event please contact Brendan Reilly 087 8345523 or Tom Halpin 087 2583210.