Powerscourt East provides a tough test for the latest Irish Golfer Event

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A damp Enniskerry morning gave way to sunshine and showers on another glorious day for golf at the latest event in the Irish Golfer Series.

Competitors took on the Peter McEvoy designed Powerscourt East Course at the magnificent Powerscourt Estate and once more players travelled from far and wide to take on the Irish Golfer Events challenge.

The next outing in the Irish Golfer Event series is set for Moyvalley Golf Club

Friday July 1st. Still some limited space available

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Full Results

Irish Golfer Event Series / Powerscourt East Golf Club 2022

GENTS CATEGORY 1 (Playing Handicap – up to 11)

1st Prize – TaylorMade Stealth Driver – TERRY DOYLE (Lisheen Springs) – 39 points off 10 handicap (+ GRAND FINAL PLACE)

2nd Prize – TaylorMade Stealth 3-wood – EDWARD COUGHLAN (Killeen) – 38 points off 11 handicap

3rd Prize – TaylorMade Spider X Putter – DARREN RUSSELL (Rathdowney) – 37 points off 9 handicap

GENTS CATEGORY 2 (Handicap 12-24)

1st Prize – TaylorMade Stealth Driver – ROBBIE MCGREEVY (Killeen Castle) – 39 points off 21 handicap (+ GRAND FINAL PLACE)

2nd Prize – TaylorMade Stealth 3-wood – DAVID FOLEY (Gowran) – 38 points off 24 handicap – BB9

3rd Prize – TaylorMade Stealth Rescue – JIMMY DONOVAN (Blackloin) – 38 points off 14 handicap

LADIES CATEGORY (Handicap up to 36)

1st Prize – TaylorMade Ladies Stealth Driver – KATE OVEREND (Carrickmines) – 36 points off 8 handicap (+ GRAND FINAL PLACE) BB6

2nd Prize – TaylorMade Ladies Stealth 3-wood – CAROLINE O’CONNOR (Bray) – 36 points off 23 handicap

3rd Prize – TaylorMade Ladies Stealth Rescue – JULIET OVEREND (Carrickmines) – 33 points off 16 handicap

Nearest the Pin

Front 9 – TaylorMade Stand Bag – BRIAN LONG – Distance 11’6″

Back 9 – SureShot laser rangefinder – JAMIE LENNON – Distance 50.5″

Best Gross

TaylorMade MG3 RAW wedge – DES HICKEY (Druids Heath) – 76

If you featured in the prizes and didn’t collect it, a member of our events team will be in touch with you in the coming days to arrange the details.

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