Monkstown’s Cian McNamara was back in the winners circle yesterday after shooting a five under par 64 at the Delgany Pro-Am. McNamara has been playing a reduced schedule this year, playing in three or four events each month. Although not playing as much as some fellow professionals he racked up quite a few top five and top ten finishes this year and proving the Limerick native is still a threat on the Irish region circuit. On Wednesday he teamed up with his assistant Shane Irwin and both qualified for the PGA Fourball Championship in Headfort, finishing in second place.
McNamara had a good start, he turned on -3 thanks to an eagle on the third and a birdie on the ninth. Another birdie followed on the 10th but he handed back a shot with a bogey on the 12th. McNamara had a strong finish with birdies on the 16th and 18th to sign for a five under par 64. That was more than enough for the win, McNamara was two ahead of second placed Damien McGrane and Daniel Beattie. It’s a busy week for Cian, he is back in action today at the Beaverstown Pro Am in Donabate.