K Club Palmer South proves a scorcher for Irish Golfer Events

by | Jul 22, 2022 | 4 comments

Palmer South at the K Club

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In keeping with all things K Club these days, the Palmer South provided a superb venue for the latest Irish Golfer Event and with the Irish Challenge set for the venue this coming week there was a tough test waiting for all participants.

Weather, as always, played its part and the course was baked in July sunshine which made the fairways fair and fast, a fact that clearly suited some players.

The next outing in the Irish Golfer Event series is set for Carton House O’Meara

Friday July 29th. Still some limited space available

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Full Results

Irish Golfer Event Series / K CLUB PALMER SOUTH 2022

GENTS CATEGORY 1 (Playing Handicap – up to 11)

1st Prize – TaylorMade Stealth Driver –  AARON BRADFIELD – 42 points off 4 handicap (+ GRAND FINAL PLACE)

2nd Prize – TaylorMade Stealth 3-wood –  PETER O’SULLIVAN – 41 points off 11 handicap

3rd Prize – TaylorMade Spider X Putter – SEAN KELLETT  – 40 points off 8 handicap

GENTS CATEGORY 2 (Handicap 12-24)

1st Prize – TaylorMade Stealth Driver –  JERRY STAPLETON – 45 points off 23 handicap (+ GRAND FINAL PLACE)

2nd Prize – TaylorMade Stealth 3-wood – STEPHEN DILLON – 44 points off 24 handicap

3rd Prize – TaylorMade Stealth Rescue – WILLIAM HANLEY– 40 points off 24 handicap

LADIES CATEGORY (Handicap up to 36)

1st Prize – TaylorMade Ladies Stealth Driver –  ANNA STAPLETON– 37 points off 35 handicap (+ GRAND FINAL PLACE)

2nd Prize – TaylorMade Ladies Stealth 3-wood –  BERYL DUNNE– 36 points off 24 handicap

3rd Prize – TaylorMade Ladies Stealth Rescue –  MARY KILROY – 34 points off 18 handicap

Nearest the Pin

Front 9 – TaylorMade Stand Bag – JOHN MCHUGH – Distance 19″

Back 9 – SureShot laser rangefinder – KARL HULL  – Distance 4.8M

Best Gross

TaylorMade MG3 RAW wedge – LAR RYAN – 72

If you featured in the prizes a member of our events team will be in touch with you in the coming days to arrange the collection details.

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4 Comments

  1. Gavin

    Great day out there today
    Bunkers poor but everything else brilliant

    The best gross lad Lar Ryan won lots back in the day back in the day

    Even shot 46 points of 5

    Must be + handicap by now

    Reply
  2. Leo Harmon

    Great day , well organised, staff friendly and informative.
    Definitely going to the next event 👍.

    Reply
  3. Open Golf Ireland

    Best open events around bar none

    Reply

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4 Comments

  1. Gavin

    Great day out there today
    Bunkers poor but everything else brilliant

    The best gross lad Lar Ryan won lots back in the day back in the day

    Even shot 46 points of 5

    Must be + handicap by now

    Reply
  2. Leo Harmon

    Great day , well organised, staff friendly and informative.
    Definitely going to the next event 👍.

    Reply
  3. Open Golf Ireland

    Best open events around bar none

    Reply

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