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Irish Golfer Event Series Results – K Club Smurfit

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The sun shone relentlessly as the biggest field of the year took on the superb Smurfit Course and there were plenty of competitive juices fllowing as players looked to secure that elusive victory to ensure qualification for the Grand Final on October 14th.

Don’t worry though, if you didn’t win one of our events there is still the chance to qualify through the Nature Valley Order of Merit – details of those qualified will be released on Monday.

RESULTS / K CLUB SMURIT COURSE
28th September

Category #1 (Up to 11 Handicap)
1st Place – Michael O’Sullivan 42pts (9 h’cap) – Cobra King F8 Driver + GRAND FINAL
2nd Place – Anthony Cunningham 39pts (8 h’cap) – Cobra King F8 3-Wood
3rd Place –  David Kearney 38pts (9 h’cap) – Cobra King F8 Rescue – BB9

Category #2 (12-24 handicap )
1st Place – Paddy Donovan 42pts (13 h’cap) – Cobra King F8 Driver + GRAND FINAL
2nd Place – John Kennedy 40pts (12 h’cap) – Cobra King F8 3-Wood
3rd Place – Martin O’Driscoll 39pts (14 h’cap) – Cobra King F8 Rescue

Ladies Category (0-36 handicap )
Grainne Friel 33 pts (11 h’cap) – Cleveland Putter

Best Gross
Lar Ryan (71) – GolfBuddy GPS

Longest Drive (7th)
LADIES:  Melissa Madden – TaylorMade Stand Bag
GENTS: James Gilgunn – TaylorMade Stand Bag

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