The men’s Christmas hampers competition took place at Dromoland at the weekend when there was a big turnout and some excellent scoring.

James Purcell (14) emerged as the winner with 46 points from Seamus Cusack (4) who had 44 points. Dylan Brown (18), also with 44 points, was in third place followed by Padraic Duddy (20) with 42 points, Shane Collins (22) with 41 points, Adrian Glynn (18) with 40 points, Brian Aherne (19) with 40 points and Noel O’Brien (10) with 40 points.

In the ladies 9 hole competition the winner was Cora O’Toole with 21 points from Joan Dunne with 20 points and Dolores Fox with 19 points.

East Clare Golf Club:

Competitions continue to be well supported at East Clare golf club. Last week’s ladies 14 hole stableford competition was won by Noreen Doyle with 30 points from Evelyn Skehan with 27 points while the previous week’s competition was won by Margaret Hoey with 28 points.

The ladies Wednesday competition was won by Pauline Nugent, Noreen Doyle, Mary Jo Minogue and Breda McCarthy.

The winners of the senior men’s competition were Richard Keating, Noel Earley and Brendan Moloney from Kevin Wallis, Steve Symes and J.J. Barton with third spot filled by Jim Willis, Michael Heffernan and Ted Harrington.

The winners of the Friday mixed scramble were Mary Farrell, Willie Roche and Terry Coughlan with the runners up spot filled by Mary Jo Minogue, Brid Hayes and Pat McNamara. The mixed scramble continues on Friday morning at 10 am.

Woodstock Golf Club:

The Ozone Health & Fitness continued at Woodstock last week when the format was a Texas scramble over 15 holes. The winners with 43 points were J.Clune / M.Hogan from K.Horgan / F.Landy who had 42 points
In third place with 41 points were B.McNamara / P.O’Connell followed by D.Quinn / M.Guerin with 40 points, K.Crosby / M.Crosby with 38 points with B.Carty / J.McBride also on 38 points completing the top six.

In the club singles the winner was Gerry Kelly (6) with 34 points from Cathal Talty (23) with 33 points

There will be another club singles this weekend while the league will continue and the format will be a modified fourball betterball

Kilrush Golf Club:

The week 4 turkey competition at Kilrush ar the weekend was won by Terry O’Hare (7) with 29 points from Thomas Coffey (8) who had a similar score. In third place was Tony Lock (12) with 28 points followed by Michael Studdert (14) and Neil Browne (4) both of whom also had 28 points.

Gort Golf Club:

In the men’s 18 hole singles stableford competition at Gort at the weekend the winner of category 1 was P. J. McAllen (9) with 42 points.

Category 2 was won by Michael Ryan (13) with 41 points, category 3 by Gerry Broderick (18) with 46 points while category 4 was won by Richard Corcoran (23) with 41 points.

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