Nature Valley Order of Merit following Seapoint event

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With another event completed we’re getting close to the business end of things in the Nature Valley Order of Merit Standings.

A number of players have now played in their maximum of four events and the latest standings are shown below following the event at Seapoint Golf Club.

The series has thus far taken us the length and breath of the country and the next event is the Newry, Mourne & Down Trophy from September 29th – October 1st (3-day event playing Warrenpoint / Ardglass / Royal County Down).

As ever, your four best scores across the season count towards the Order of Merit and the top 10 players not already qualified for the Grand Final will join us at the K Club to compete for the Champion Golfer 2020 title on the Palmer Ryder Cup course.

Competitions are singles stableford and are open to all with a GUI/ILGU handicap with over €5,000 worth of prizes up for grabs at each event & first tee announcements for all players.

Don’t miss your chance to be part of the ultimate golf day experience. Get booked in HERE

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