Lee Valley have just launched their Senior Scratch Cup, the event is taking place in April and is again sponsored by Boylesports. The Irish firm will again sponsor the Lee Valley Senior Scratch Cup which takes place on the 25th & 26th April. The continued support from Boylesports means the club can again stage a top class event with a generous prize fund in place. The 54 hole event has become one of the biggest three round events in the country. 2019 winner Tiarnan McLarnon will be back to defend his title, the Irish International had a great season after his win in Cork last year and he’s be fancied to continue his great run of form in Lee Valley. Tournament Director Vincent Continue reading
Boylesports will continue their association with Lee Valley into 2020 as they remain a key sponsor for the club. The Irish firm will again sponsor the Lee Valley Senior Scratch Cup which takes place on the 25th & 26th April. The continued support from Boylesports means the club can again stage a top class event with a generous prize fund in place. The 54 hole event has become one of the biggest three round events in the country. 2019 winner Tiarnan McLarnon will be back to defend his title, the Irish International had a great season after his win in Cork last year and he’s be fancied to continue his great run of form in Lee Valley. Tournament Director Vincent Drinan is busy taking bookings at the moment and anyone interested in playing should contact him on email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or WhatsApp (087 9966332). The closing date for entries is 15th April and the field is limited.
Onsite accommodation, a great clubhouse atmosphere and a great championship course all combine to make the Lee Valley Scratch Cup a great early season event. Last year McLarnon broke the run of Cork’s Gary O’Flaherty who won two in a row in 2017 and 2018. A top Continue reading
There was no joy for either Douglas or Lee Valley in Clonmel yesterday at the Munster Finals of the Irish Junior Foursomes. Hope were high for a second Cork win in Clonmel, after Muskerry won the Fred Daly Trophy the day before. Clonmel was a lot wetter and windier than it was on Monday, adding to the challenge of the tight tree lined course.
Lee Valley were out first and they were up against Faithlegg. Mel Deasy paired up with Seamus Lordan while Keelan McCarthy partnered with Sean Deasy. The Cork side battled hard but in the end they lost out to a strong team from Faithlegg. Douglas too suffered at the hands of Kilrush. Mark Hill & Sean Reddy Continue reading
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Congratulations go to Lee Valley member Roger McSweeeny who had his first hole in one recently. Roger was in Killarney with the Munster Seniors and aced the first hole in Mahony’s Point. Roger is 84 and has been playing golf for over 60 years, having first picked up a set of clubs in 1958. In spite of his age, Roger is a still a regular in Lee Valley, teeing it up most Saturday mornings in the weekly members competitions. Killarney presented him with a special certificate to mark the occasion.
It was a weekend that started with Storm Hannah, but it finished with Storm Tiarnan as the Massereene golfer put manners on both the course and the field at the Boylesports Lee Valley Scratch Cup. It was a wire to wire win for the Antrim golfer, after an opening 73 which put him in the lead, he set a course record on Saturday afternoon with a six under par 66. Going into the final round he had a four shot lead, that meant he just needed to keep pace with second placed Ronan Mullarney. The Irish International went on the attack again though and closed with a three under par 69 to extend his lead and win by a clear margin of seven strokes. The 16th hole summed up the weekend for McLarnon, after missing the green he chipped in for birdie. That effectively sealed his win, and after two regulation pars on 17 and 18 he smiled to crowd to acknowledge his first win in Lee Valley. While Tiarnan led from the front, the chasers didn’t Continue reading