Patrick Garry and Philip Brigdale were the winners of the men’s fourball in Ennis at the weekend.

Garry (27) and Brigdale (20) were crowned winners with 47 points. In second place with 46 points were Jim Casey (18) and Flan Glynn (15) followed by James Broderick (10) and Philip McElroy (25) with 45 points.

The weekly qualifiers in the Pat O’Brien memorial trophy were Martin Moran, Cathal Ryan and Colin Reidy while the qualifiers in the ladies section were Patricia O’Reilly, Eileen Holly and Maureen Moloney.

The Saturday scramble winners were Della Burns, Fergus O’Brien and Michael O’Grady with 69 points followed by Maureen Moloney, Des Ryan and Michael Ball with 65 points with third place filled by Enda Burns, John Kearse and Ferdie O’Donoghue with 62 points.

Last week’s ladies 18 hole competition at Ennis was won by Mary Lenihan (20) with 42 points from Sinéad O’Sullivan (48) with 39 points and this saw her ahead of third placed Una O’Reilly (39) on a countback.
In the 9 hole competition Rose Sharkey (20) won with 21 points from Mary McMahon (11) with 19 points

In last week’s senior ladies competition the winners with 25 points were Jacinta Nicholas, Gert Finn and Claire Kennelly while the previous week’s winners were Mary Murray, Maureen Moloney and Patrice Ryan with 26.8 points

Golfing in support of Clare football:

The annual team of four fundraiser for Clare football will take place on Thursday and Friday next week. April 25th and 26th at Woodstsock Golf Club.

Funds raised from this event will go towards the preparation of county teams from development squad level through minor, under 20 to senior. There are still some times available and these can be booked through any of the organising committee which comprises of Colm Collins, Kevin Callinan, Ciaran Browne, Tommy Tubridy, Niamh Madigan, Mary Farrell-Keane, Michael Clancy and Seamus Hayes

Kilrush Golf Club:

The winner of the weekend singles at Kilrush was John Robinson (18) with 29 points. In second place with 28 points was Patrick Coleman (9) followed by Tom Browne (8) with 27 points

Dromoland Golf Club:

Willie Fuller was the winner in group A of the seniors competition at Dromoland last week. He was followed by Bart O’Brien with Con Ryan in third spot.

In group B the winner was Frank Travers from Mark Skehan with Tim Crowe in third spot.

Seamus Cusack won the men’s 18 hole stroke competition at the weekend with 68 from Enda Heneghan who had a similar score as did third placed Ian Mulready.

Sean Burns won the gross with 75 while the over 22 handicap category was won by Tony Cotgreave with 72.

In the ladies 18 hole stableford the winner was Katrina O’Neill from Mairead Bergin while the 9 hole competition was won by Fran Feighery from Trish O’Brien

East Clare Golf Club:

The ladies Wednesday competition at East Clare last week was won by Brid Hayes, Mary Jo Minogue and Kay Grimes from Connie McKenna, Margaret Lynch and Siobhan Mulcahy. In third place were Marie A. Kelly, Ann Marie Ryan and Noreen Doyle.

The winners of the senior men’s competition were Ger Teefy and Nick Ryan from Terry Coughlan and Ailbe McDonnell with third spot filled by John Nihill and Willie Roche.

Woodstock Golf Club:

Bernardo Kelly (8) won the weekend singles stableford competition at Woodstock with 33 points, winning o n a countback from Ruairi Breen (15).

The winners of the modified fourball were Paul (10) and Tony Coote (16) with 42 points. There will be another club singles this week with a team of two competition on Friday.

Fanny O’Deas society:

Castletroy golf club was the venue for an outing for members of the Fanny O’Deas society (Lissycasey) on Saturday last. Despite the windy conditions some great scores were returned in the James Whelan sponsored outing.

The winner was Brendan McMahon with 37 points from Noel O’Shea with 32 and Bernard Coleman, also with 32.

Five players, Alan Jackson, Michael McMahon, Gerry Lernihan, Alan Carmody and Tom Monahan all scored 30 points with McMahon claiming fourth spot on the back 9 followed by Lernihan in fifth spot.

The next outing will be on Saturday May 4 when members will compete for Noel O’Haiers’s president’s prize at Portumna.

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