Niall Reynolds has won the golfer of the year competition at Woodstock. He finished with 46 points.

John McGrath was second with 25 points followed by Willie Thompson with 24, Tony Neville with 24, Chris McGrath with 23 and Ollie McNamara with 23.

In the Woodstock masters final last week Willie Thompson (23) won with 41 points from club president Ollie McNamara (15) with 38 points with Niall Reynolds (14) in third spot with 37 points.

Last week’s club singles was won by Pat Keane (10) with 40 points from John Mc Bride (12) with 39 points with Andrew Mason(13) in third spot with 39 points Tony Cleary (1) won the gross with 35 points.

The weekend’s club fourball was won by Mike Kelly and Mike Reen with 50 points from Paudie O’Connell and David McNamara with 49 points with Colm Mullen and Tony Neville in third spot, also with 49 points.

The Sheelagh Garvey ladies singles stableford competition was won by Imelda Duffy with 40 points from Marianne McGough with 39, Chaye Kelly with 38 and Mary McNamara with 36 points.

The ladies masters competition, sponsored by Jack Heaslip, will take place on this Sunday at 12 noon. The men’s competition this weekend will be a club singles.

Ennis Golf Club:

The ladies singles at Ennis last week was won by Ethna Murphy (29) with 35 points from Bridie Hanrahan (21).

Patricia Moroney(18) won the September silver medal 18 hole stroke with 69 from Sinead Hegarty (19) with 74.

The bronze medal winner was Rose Enright (24) with 72 nett from Cora Kerins (30) with 74.

The overall winner in the 9 hole stableford competition was Joan Cullinan-Coote (19) with 22 points.

Geraldine O’Mahoney (13) won division 1 with 15 points, Phil Butler (15) won division 2 with 19 points and Marian Irwin (21) won division 3 with 21 points.

Last week’s senior ladies competition was won by Brid Cunningham, Maeve 0’Grady and Maureen Moloney with 44.5 from Claire Ruane, Nuala D’Auria and Mary Glynn with 51.6 with third spot filled by Liz Kelly, Therese Lillis and Peig Cleary with 52.3.

Last week’s men’s singles stableford competition at Ennis was won by Gerry O’Connor (22) with 43 points. He had one to spare over Flan Glynn(19) with Cathal Ryan (20), also on 41, in third spot followed by Thomas Gallery (18) with 40 points.

Dermot Doheny (5) won the gross with 32 points while the category winners were Alfred Jones (8) with 38 points, Andrew Turner (17) with 40 points and Brendan Nevin (30), also with 40 points.

The men’s hampers competition, sponsored by Ryan’s Centra Ennis, will be pushed out by one additional week to October 22/23 to give an additional week for greens to recover following the hollow coring.

The recent men’s singles at Ennis was a cancer alliance fundraiser. It was won by Enda Burns (21) with 41 points from Oliver O’Loughlin (12) with 40 points.
Gary Collins (4) won category A with 36 points, Martin Coffey (15) won category B with 40 points and Flan Glynn (19) won category C with 39 points.

Timothy Lehane(16) Ballyneety won the Friday open singles with 43 points from Senan Ryan (10) with 39 with third spot filled by Tony McInerney (16) also with 39 points.

Paul Mockler and Michael Irwin won the final Tuesday fourball of the season with 36 points from Noel Whelan and Flan Downes with 35 points. In third spot with 35 points were Walter P. O’Brien and Rodger McMahon with 35 followed by Tommy Heath and Thomas Woulfe with 34, Michael Ball and Padraig McNicholas with 34.

East Clare Golf Club:

Winners of the ladies fourball better ball competition at East Clare at the weekend were Mary Mannion and Helen Downey with 44 points and they won on a countback from Eileen Donnellan and Brid Hayes who had a similar score.

The ladies Wednesday competition was won by Marie A. Kelly, Joan Kinsella, Mary Collins and Breda Mc Carthy.

Darren Rosney (19) won the men’s September medal with 62 nett from Ray K. McInerney (15) with 64 and Oisin Donnellan (11) with 66. Eoin McGuinness (3) won the gross with 73.

Shane McGrath (5) won the men’s open Thursday competition with 40 points from Donal O’Grady (16) who also had 40 points with Kevin Scully (12) with 37 points in third spot.

The mixed scramble will return this Friday morning, October 7 starting at 10am.

Kilrush Golf Club:

Terry O’Hara (10) won the men’s singles competition at Kilrush at the weekend with 44 points. Geremiah Brennan (14) was second, also with 44 points with Tony McMahon (17) in third spot with 40 points followed by Pat Brennan (8) with 38 points.

The Bowman’s Lane Restaurant ladies competition was won by Claire Pyne (22) with 38 points from Mary G. Nolan (22) with 37 and Fiona Kinsella(16), also with 37 points.

The category winners were Ann Marie Donnellan (16) with 37 points, Olivia McCarthy (25) with 37 points and Anne Cooper (35) with 31 points. The 12 hole winner was Hanora O’Dea-Kilkenny with 27 points.

Dromoland Golf Club:

Noel O’Connor emerged as the winner of the Fred O’Flanagan v par competition at Dromoland at the weekend with 7 up. Brian Shally was second with 6 up followed by Alisdir MacMillan with 5 up. Enda Heneghan won the gross with 5 up while the category for those with 22 handicap and over was won by Mike Tobin.

The Eye Candy mixed competition on Sunday was won by Ann and Eanna McMahon with 63.2 from Dervla and Dermot O’Neill with 65.8 with Geraldine Ryan and John Casey in third spot with 66. Niamh McDermott won the prize for nearest the pin.

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