Julie Hegarty fired a low net 64 to pace the field in the recent Gaelic club tournament at Blue Hill. Eamon McCarthy was next at 66. Pat McGovern was closest to the pin on the eight hole and Frank O’Shea on the first.
In another club tournament, this one at the Links at Union Vale, Margaret Hickey registered the low net, while John Dunleavey was second net. Kevin Dethomas was the Calloway winner. In the doubles championship final, Mike McIntyre and Pat McGovern edged Margaret McIntyre and James Mulcahy. Closest to the pin were John Flanagan (3), Jack Jones (7), Pat Meehan (10) and Joe Hickey (12).
In the Memorial Tournament at Union Vale, John McMahon paced the field with a low net 67, followed by John Solon (68). Pat Hickey fired a low gross 82. Margaret Hickey shot a hole-in-one of the 10th. Pat Spellman was closest to the pin on seven.
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Kieran Connell was the low net winner of the Emerald Golf Society’s monthly tournament at Union Vale. Denis Sullivan earned second net honors, while Liam Gleeson’s 79 captured the low gross. Ian Conroy had the longest drive, on the eighth, while closest to the pin were John Whelan (3), Paddy Walshe (7), Gerry McQuaid (10), and Pat Lynch (12).
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At the club’s monthly tournament at Union Vale, Tim Murphy was low net, followed by Kevin Madden and Steven Murphy. Liam Gleeson was low gross at 78. Brian Daly had the longest drive, on 15. Peter Stenson was closest to the pin on three, Kevin Madden on seven, Gerry McQuaid on 10, and Eddie Donohue on 12.
In another club event, John John Marren was low net winner, while Leo Kehoe was second net, Liam Gleeson’s 82 was low gross. Ian Conroy’s drive on 15 was the day’s longest. Vincent Kehoe was closest to the pin on three, Mike Donovan on seven, Larry Feely on 10, and Denis O’Sullivan on 12.
Billy Madden won low-net honors at the recent Crown City monthly tournament at the Links at Union Vale. Tim Callahan was second net and Devere Reynolds third. Liam Gleeson took the low gross. Chris Sheeran had a hole-in-one on the 10th, using a sand wedge. George Keating was closest to the pin on three, Rich Colbert on seven and Jerry Downey on 12. Brian Daly had the longest drive, on 16. The club’s team for the Guinness Tournament later this month at Bethpage includes captain Jeff Teasdale, Paul Kiernan, Horton Foote, Kieran Connell and Tom Goodwin. The alternates are Devere Reynolds, Pat O’Toole and Dan O’Connor.