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Hot scoring at PGA National Ireland, Sieve Russell for Irish Golfer Event

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Summer breeezes were required to cool down competitors as temperatures climbed well into the 20s at PGA National Ireland, Slieve Russell during the latest installment in the Irish Golfer Events series.

As the morning wore on at the fabulous County Cavan venue and scores began to come in, it was plain to see that it wasn’t just the temperatures that were hot – with superb numbers being posted throughout the field.

The winners on the day were as follows;

PGA NATIONAL IRELAND, SLIEVE RUSSELL

CATEGORY 1 (Handicap – up to 11) 

1st Prize – TaylorMade M5 Tour Driver + GRAND FINAL PLACE – Sean Donnellan 39 points (11 h’cap) – BB3

2nd Prize – TaylorMade M5 Tour 3 wood  – Brendan Thomas 39 points (9 h’cap)

3rd Prize – TaylorMade 60 degree Hi-Toe wedge – Eoin Moriarty 38 points (10 h’cap)

CATEGORY 2 (Handicap 12-24) 

1st Prize – TaylorMade M6 Driver + GRAND FINAL PLACE – Shane Moriarty 36 points (16 h’cap) BB9

2nd Prize – TaylorMade M6 3 wood  – David Moriarty 36 points (17 h’cap)

3rd Prize – TaylorMade 60 degree Hi-Toe wedge – Kevin Connolly 33 points (12 h’cap) BB9

LADIES CATEGORY (Handicap up to 36) 

1st Prize – TaylorMade Kalea Driver + GRAND FINAL PLACE– Jane Molony 32 points (17 h’cap)

2nd Prize – TaylorMade Kalea 3 wood – Maura Madden 31 points (12 h’cap)

3rd Prize – TaylorMade Kalea Rescue  –  Imelda O’Hanlon 22 points (8 h’cap)

Longest Drive – 9th HOLE 

LADIES – TaylorMade 2019 Stand Bag – Imelda O’Hanlon

GENTS – TaylorMade 2019 Stand Bag – Patrick Kelly

Nearest the Pin – 16th HOLE 

Evnroll ER1 Putter  – David Donnelly (1.90m)

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For any uncollected prizes please contact us on events@irishgolfer.ie to arrange to collect from our offices or we can bring your prize to another event for you.

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