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The Race is On for this year’s Irish Kids Golf Tour OoM

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As competitive as ever, the age categories have been fiercely contested so far as both boys and girls aged 13 years and under experience professionally conducted tournaments like no other at this age level, preparing those taking part for a future in competitive golf.

This year the schedule includes the new ‘Race to Royal County Down’ tournament which will be an invite only event open to the competitors who win their respective ‘Order of Merit’ tables at the end of the season.

With five tournaments in play this year, each competitor will be awarded points by finishing in the top five positions in an event, with the best 9 players winning an opportunity to play for the ‘Race to Royal County Down Trophy’ on 30th October, 2020.

The Series has already touched down this year at stunning venues in Killeen Castle, PGA National Slieve Russell and most recently for its Connacht Trophy at Co. Sligo.

The Munster Trophy is next, set for Fota Island on Monday, August 17th before this year’s inaugural two-day All-Ireland Trophy excitingly scheduled for Carton House on August 25&26.

KPMG are continuing to support the Irish Kids Golf Tour this year. Their partnership extends to 2021 and underpins KPMG’s continued commitment to growing the game of golf at this grassroots level

For more information on the Irish Kids Golf Tour, visit www.irishkidsgolftour.com

Race to Royal County Down- Order of Merit Tables.

Following the Connacht Trophy (July 31st 2020)

BOYS 7 -Points Total
1. Rhys Butler 100
2. Rory Wasson 100
3. Senan Devlin 70
4. Tom Doyle 60
5. Keishin Kirwin 60
6. Patrick Grifffith 30
7. Oscar Swinburn 20
8. Freddie Davis 20
9. John McElroy 10
10. Paddy Galvin 10

BOYS 8- Points Total

  1. Tomas Owens 120
    2. Alex Bannon 100
    3. Jack McKee 90
    4. Rory Brown 90
    5. Conor Mulholland 70
    6. Joe Casey 10

BOYS 9- Points Total

  1. Justin Dennehy 130
    2. Ollie McEvoy 120
    3. Tiernan Bradley 90
    4. Ruairi Cooper 50
    5. Dara Clifford 40
    6. Lochlan Duke 20

BOYS 10 -Points Total

  1. Eoin Burrows 120
    2. John William Burke 110
    3. Adam Doherty 80
    4. Harry O Hara 60
    5. Niall Conneely 60
    6. Harris Fleming 40
    7. Dylan Smyth 10

BOYS 11 -Points Total

  1. Isaac Oliver 150
    2. Adam Fahey 140
    3. Paul Fletcher 70
    4. Scott McCabe 40
    5. Finn Jolly 40
    6. William Walshe 20
    7. Barry McMenamin 10
    8. David Bohill 10

BOYS 12- Points Total

  1. Charlie Smyth 120
    2. James McDermott Walshe 80
    3. Mark Cadden 80
    4. Evan Monaghan 40
    5. Alex Keirns 40
    6. Sean Kenny 40
    7. Sean Reddy 30
    8. Tadhg Burns 30
    9. Sam McHugh 10
    10. Ronan Harkin 10

BOYS 13- Points Total

  1. Sean Cooper 120
    2. Thompson Gedge 90
    3. Jenson Boyce 50
    4. Eoin McCourt 40
    5. Sean Keeling 40
    6. Eanna Mulhare 40
    7. James Coffey 30
    8. Odhran McBride 30
    9. Joey O Hora 30
    10. Sam Kelly 10

GIRLS 10 & Under

  1. Gemma McMeekin 180
    2. Amelia Penrose 70
    3. Daisy Jolly 50
    4. Lauren Bradfield 40
    5. Eva Lowndes 40
    6. Julia Currie 40
    7. Leah O Connor 30
    8. Lily Sadler 20
    9. Lauren Tuffy 10

GIRLS 13 & Under

  1. Kayleigh Mulholland 160
    2. Cora Nicholl 70
    3. Olivia Costello 60
    4. Lola Henderson 50
    5. Jessica Reynolds 40
    6. Alannah Murchan 30
    7. Olivia Currie 30

 

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