Wet and windy conditions last weekend resulted in the cancellation of a number of competitions in golf clubs across the region.

Better conditions are expected this week and this should result in the scheduled competitions going ahead.

Woodstock and Dromoland did manage to hold competitions and these produced some impressive scores

Woodstock Golf Club:

Dickie Pyne (12) was the winner of the 15 hole club singles at Woodstock at the weekend with 28 points,

The Ozone Health & Fitness sponsored league continued at the weekend when the winners were Eugene Killeen and Cathal Nagle with 61 points. They had two to spare over Michael Guerin and David Quinn with Bryan and Cathal Clune in third place with 55 points.

The league continues this weekend when the format will be scotch foursomes while the club competition with be a 15 hole singles event.

Dromoland Golf Club:

Philip Hehir was the winner of the men’s Christmas turkey competition at Dromoland at the weekend with 44 points. He had four to spare over Noel O’Brien with Joe Walsh three points further back in third place.

Last week’s men’s seniors competition saw Barry Walsh win category A from Alan White with Noel McMahon in third place.

Category; B was won by Matthew Cooney from Mark Skehan with Mick Foley in third place.

Week 5 in the ladies 9 hole turkey competition saw Anne McMahon win with 22 points from Sandra Moylan with 20 points with third place filled by Cora O’Toole with 18 points.

The winners of the ladies 9 hole team of three competition were Anne McMahon, Joan Dunne and Teresa Reddan with 27 points from Patricia Moroney, Deirdre Cooney and Mairead Bergin with 26 points. In third place, also with 26 points, were Siobhan Fitzpatrick, Michelle McCarthy and Mikhaila Fitzpatrick.

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