The Munster Group insurance competition at Kilrush at the weekend was won by Sean Moran (22) with 41 points.
The category winners were David Keane (10) with 40 points, Pat Shannon (18) with 36 points and Niall Pilkington (14) with 32 points. The nines were won by Alan F Howard (35) with 20 points and Jack McGrath (16) with 21 points.
The ladies competition for the Fr. Pat Malone prize was won by Peggy Mulqueen (33) with 37 points and she had one to spare over Mary Keating (33) with third spot filled by Anne Gallagher (11) with 33 points.
The category winners were Mary Nolan (18) with 33 points, Marion Brennan (27) with 33 points and Mary Downes (31) with 25 points.
The 12 hole competition was won byh Margaret Griffin with 26 point from Mary Collins with 22 points.
Woodstock Golf Club:
The Woodstock masters competition was played at Woodstock at the weekend when Mike Martin Hogan (25) was the winner with 38 points from Aidan Mulcahy (8) with 37 points with third spot filled by David Greene (15) with 35 points
The leading qualifier was Paudie O’Connell.
The winner of the club singles was Tom O’Donohue (22) with 39 points from Eoin Collins (17) with a similar score while Stephen McCarthy (17) was third with 38 points. Mike Reen (40) won the gross with 30 points. This weekend’s competition will be a club singles
Dromoland Golf Club:
Eoghan McNeill was the winner of the men’s 18 hole stroke competition at Dromoland at the weekend with 66 nett. He had one to spare over Patrick Moylan with third spot filled by Brian Moloney with 69 nett. Seamus Cusack won the gross with 73 while the category for handicaps of 22 and over was filled by Tom O’Sullivan with 74.
Paudie Dorgan was the winner of the men’s 9 hole stableford competition with 19 points. The ladies 18 hole stableford competition was won by Jean Colleran with 34 points from Joan Dunne with 30 points. Anne McMahon won the 9 hole competition with 18 points from Mairead Bergin with 15 points,
East Clare Golf Club:
Kieran Kennedy was the winner of the men’s v par competition at East Clare on Sunday with a score of 6 up and he had two to spare over Teddy O’Hanlon.
The weekend’s inclement weather conditions resulted in the cancellation of some competitions.
Ennis Golf Club:
The overall winner of the ladies 18 hole stableford competition at Ennis last week was Kathleen Pyne (33) with 35 points.
Suzanne Deane (17) won division 1 with 29 points, Ann Pyne Gallery (29) won division 2 with 30 points and Kathleen Frehill (38) won division 3 with 28 points.
The overall winner in the 9 hole stableford competition was Geraldine O’Mahoney (15) with 19 points. Mary Nagle (12) won division 1 with 19 points, Mary O’Halloran (17) won division 2 with 15 points and Marian Irwin (20) won division 3 with 13 points.
Gort Golf Club:
The weekend 18 hole singles stableford competition at Gort was sponsored by Gerry O Donoghue, Family Butcher and the winner was John O’Connor (27) with 41 points.
Category 1 was won by Niall Loftus (10) with 38 points, category 2 was won by Chris Murphy (14), also with 38 points while category 3 was won by Ollie Curtin (20) with 40 points.
The Friday open singles sponsored by Ward and Burke was won by Noel O’Shaughnessy (9) with 37 points while the gross was won by Alan Minogue (6) with 30 points. In the ladies 18 hole singles competition on Friday, Teresa Mahon (26) won with 37 points while the weekend singles competition wass won by Louise Butler (16) with 30 points.