Sunday 15 August 2021

Sunday 15 August 2021

Monday, 16 August 2021


Results: Tuesday and Wednesday August 10 and 11, Open Singles Stableford: 1st James J. Hogan (14) 40 pts (back 9); 2nd Con Cleary (17) 40 pts; 3rd James Kelly (14) 39 pts; gross David Reddan Jnr 37 pts; senior: Cecil Ryan (160 38 pts; senior plus: Larry Culhane (19) 37 pts.

Fixtures: Tuesday and Wednesday August 17 and 18: Open Singles Stableford.

Friday August 20: Newport GAA Classic

Saturday August 21: Captain's Prize Playoff.

Sunday August 22: Open Singles Stableford

Tuesday and Wednesday August 24 and 25: Open Singles Stableford.

Saturday and Sunday, August 28 and 29: Club Classic.

Captain's Prize: Sean McLoughlin's Captain's Prize qualifier was on Saturday, Sunday and Monday 14, 15 and 16 August. Over 300 played over the three days. The play off will take place on this Saturday August 21. The top 90 will qualify for the playoff. The order of prizes will be: 1st, 2nd, 3rd, gross, 4th, 5th, 6th, senior, student, 1st 18, 2nd 18 (1, 2, 3), past captain, Denis O'Sullivan prize will be presented to the best senior who doesn't receive another prize. Playoff will commence at 8.00am with the leaders going out at approximately 1pm. The presentations is schedule to take at 7 o'clock on Saturday evening.

Pierce Purcell Shield: The Pierce Purcell team had another great win by 4-1 in their Munster West semi-final match against Spanish Point on Sunday. Playing at home were Bernard Hackett & PJ Hogan; Padraig Hackett & David McGrath. In Spanish Point we had: Matthew O'Gara & Eamon O'Brien; Paul Moloney & David Hickey; Brendan O'Donoghue & Patrick Ryan. They now progress to meet Killarney. PJ Shanahan and Bernard Delahunty are the selectors.

Fred Perry Trophy: The Fred Perry team is through to the All-Ireland quarter-final following their win by 3-2 over Killarney on Monday week. Playing in Killarney were Sean Minogue & George Hayes; Dinny Ryan & PJ Hogan and Gary Howard & Paul Moloney. In Nenagh were Billy Burke & Jim Gleeson and Mike Ryan (B) & Willie Harty. Their next match at Knightbrook, Trim, Co. Meath, will take place on Friday September 3rd. Well done to the team and selectors Billy Morgan and Bernard Delahunty.

Club Classic Open Scramble: The Nenagh Golf Club Open Scramble Classic will take place on Saturday and Sunday August 28 and 29 in aid of course development. The main sponsors are Eanna Jones (PGA professional), Slattery's Garage (main Peugeot and Subaru dealers), Breo Jewellers and Nineteen Bar and Bistro. Entry fee for a team of four will be €200 (meal included). Teams can consist of men, ladies or mixed. First prize will be four drivers; second prize will be four golf watches and third will be four golf bags. There will be a prize for an all-ladies team. There will be numerous other prizes for green fees, etc. A raffle will also take place over that weekend. You may book your team through the club BRS system of phone 067-31476 (option 2). More details later.

50/50 Members' Draw: The fortnightly 50/50 Members' Draw in aid of the club development fund is ongoing. In the last draw held on Friday August 13 Siobhan O'Dwyer won €155 with the total pot at €310.To enter simply put €5 in the envelope supplied and place it in draw box outside the pro shop. The winner will receive 50% of the pot. The draw will take place every second Friday. The prize grows with every ticket sold. Please support. The next draw will take place on this Friday August 27. Thanks to everybody who supported this club fundraiser.

Club Fourball: All second round matches have been completed. Third round matches are: Paul Ferris & Paul Comer v Seamus Hogan & Martin Greenlagh; Paddy Heffernan & Cian Hefferna v Christy Collins & Jack Dunlea; Liam Maher & Dominic Ryan v Brendan Callanan & Jake Callanan; Martin Scully & Martin Slattery v Kieran Ryan & James Hogan. All queries to organisers Niall Murphy and Tony Slattery.

Club Singles: The club singles is down to the last eight: Paul Cullen v Declan Lynch; Tom Coffey beat Billy Morgan; Sean Bane v Conor O'Dwyer; Sean Minogue v Sean Kelly.