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Irish International Keith Egan has won the Kanturk Senior Scratch Cup. The Carton House member carded a three under par 68 in third round to overtake the leader and claim his first win in 2021. Rounds of 72, 68, 68 gave the Leinster man a five under par total of 208 strokes, and a winning margin of two strokes over local favourite Con O’Callaghan,
I’m delighted to win today” said Egan after his first win in Cork. “This was such an enjoyable event on a course that’s in great condition the effort put in from the sponsors and everyone involved in the event was seriously impressive. I’ll definitely be Continue reading
The 2021 Bruen Youths Trophy will take place on Monday 16th August. The event is being run over a single round this year and entries can be made by calling the pro shop on 021 438 5297.
The event started in 1986 and has many famous winners. Professionals David Higgins, Michael Collins, Cian McNamara and Conor Coyne are among the winners. The trophy also contains the names of Dave O’Donovan, Gary O’Flaherty and recently Cathal Butler, Sean Desmond, Jack Egan and Fionn Hickey have been among the winners.
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15 year old Jack Murphy claimed his second win of the season, this time winning the Ulster Boys Under 16 title. The Douglas golfer won a three hole play-off having tied for the lead at the end of the 36 hole event. Murphy shot two rounds of 70 over the two days to finished tied for the lead on top of the leaderboard on two over par.
The play-off was closely contested as well, Murphy and James Marriott were tied after the first two holes. Murphy won t Continue reading
It was a busy week for Cork golfers with women’s and men’s action taking place in a number of venues. In Dublin Valerie Clancy won the Hermitage Ladies Scratch Cup. The Mitchelstown native had an impressive win over a string field. Clancy shot rounds of 70 and 68 to finish on eight under. She had seven shots to spare over the field and was one of just two golfers to finish under par.
The famous Mullingar Scratch Trophy took place over the weekend and hopes were high that another Cork golfer would join th Continue reading
Neptune Basketball Club will be hitting the golf course next month as they hold the Raise the Roof golf classic to raise funds for essential work on the roof of Neptune Stadium. Blarney Golf Club is the host venue for the event which takes place over three days in August. The classic starts on Thursday 12th August and runs through to Saturday. There’s an early bird offer of €180 on Thursday and teams on Friday and Saturday are €200.
Neptune have been battling to raise money for essential repairs to the roof of the stadium, and they received a boost earlier this year when they were allocated funding under the sports capital programme. “We received capital funding for the purposes of repairing the roof at the Stadium” explained Paul Barrett, Chairman of Neptune Basketball Club. “In an Continue reading
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