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Results of another fantastic Irish Golfer Event at Powerscourt West Course

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There were plenty of smiling Dublin faces among the early starters at Powerscourt West for the latest Irish Golfer Event as they went out early to be sure to be back in time to see who will try to deny Dublin GAA a historical five-in-a-row.

There were tough scoring conditions as a steady breeze combined with the tricky West Course greens played havoc with some scorecards but for those that could get to grips with them, the prizes were waiting.

RESULTS – POWERSCOURT GOLF CLUB – SUNDAY 11TH AUGUST 2019

CATEGORY 1 (Handicap – up to 11)

1st Prize – TaylorMade M5 Driver – Rob O’Donoghue / 41pts (5 h’cap) + GRAND FINAL

2nd Prize – TaylorMade M5 3-wood – John Cronin / 39 pts (5 h’cap)

3rd Prize – TaylorMade 60 degree Hi-Toe wedge – John Kehoe / 38 pts (8 h.cap) BB9

CATEGORY 2 (Handicap 12-24)

1st Prize – TaylorMade M6 Driver – David Coleman 41pts (20 h’cap) + GRAND FINAL

2nd Prize – TaylorMade M6 3-wood – Errol Flynn 39pts (14 h’cap)

3rd Prize – TaylorMade 60 degree Hi-Toe wedge – Kienan Melino 38pts (17 h’cap) BB6

LADIES CATEGORY (Handicap up to 36)

1st Prize – TaylorMade Kalea Driver – Valerie Cotter 36pts (5 h’cap) + GRAND FINAL

2nd Prize – TaylorMade Kalea 3-wood – Geraldine Fitzpatrick 35pts (16 h’cap)

3rd Prize – TaylorMade Kalea Rescue – Liz Grey 34pts (12 h’cap)

Nearest the Pin – 6th HOLE

PowaKaddy Electric Trolley – Joe McDonald

 Longest Drive – 18th HOLE

LADIES – TaylorMade 2019 Stand Bag – Olivia Cooney

GENTS – TaylorMade 2019 Stand Bag – Lar Ryan

Best Gross

Evnroll Putter – Michael Quinn (73)

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