Published on June 28th, 2015 | by BoyleToday.com
Boyle Golf Club news
Last Sunday’s 18 Hole stableford was won by Michael Bannon 39pts, 2nd John McGuinn 38pts, Gross Patrick Egan, 3rd Cillian Doyle 38pts. Thursday night’s Mens Competition was won by Shane O’Dowd 31pts, 2nd Vincent Egan 26pts, 3rd Ross Andrew 25pts. Friday’s Scramble was won by Patrick Conroy, Criona O’Donnell & Tom Kearney, 2nd Cillian Doyle, Susan O’Mahoney & Marie Gallagher. Congrats to Jonathan Egan & Seamus Gallagher who won the foursomes final last Wednesday. Commiserations to beaten finalists Charlie O’Donnell & Ted Hestor.
In Inter Club news good luck to our Cecil Ewing Team who play Rosses Point this coming Friday.
The club sends best wishes to Sandra McCrann for her Lady Captains Prize next Sunday July 5thand to all the ladies taking part. A presentation dinner will take place on Sunday evening. Lady Captains Prize for the Men also takes place next Sunday with tee-off times available from 2.00pm. The Lady Captains Scramble is on Friday evening, draw at 6.30pm. The Mens 12 hole is on Thursday.
Open week commences on Monday July 6th will be a Ladies and Gents nine hole. Tuesday is Ladies Day, format 18 hole stableford. A full programme is available on the noticeboard or at www.boylegolfclub.com Please encourage friends and colleagues from the club or other clubs to take part. Food will be available each day.
The winner of the June draw was Peggy Feely €70, runner up were Jimmy/Pauline Doyle and Ted Hestor €40 each. Thanks to all who took part and good luck in the July draw. Junior Golf continues on Saturday mornings at 11.00am for Boys and Girls.
Volunteering takes place on this Monday evening to repair divots and on Saturday July 4th for a general tidy up in advance of Lady Captains Day and Open Week. All support appreciated.
Please note change to club meetings this Wednesday. A text will be sent to committee members
The club extends sympathy to Gerry Nerney and all the Nerney Family on the death of John Joe Nerney. John Joe is best known as an All-Ireland Football Medal Winner but was also a great ambassador for the town and county. May he rest in Peace.
And finally for those interested in trivia…….next week is the 2nd anniversary of the arrival of Ted Hestor’s buggy on the course. It has covered many miles since (at speed). Might be an idea to have a buggy race during open week between Vincent and Ted?