Shane Wins Stroke Competition

Shane Mulholland who won this week’s  Stroke Competition with a Nett 67.

Shane Wins Stroke Competition

It was a great day for golf at Silverwood Golf Club on Saturday with the sun shining, blues skies,and the course in great condition, it was a stroke competition and the winner with a nett 67 was Shane Mulholland, he had a front nine of 39 with one birdie at the 2nd hole, four pars at the 1st 3rd 7th and 8th holes, one double bogey at the 4th hole and three single bogeys, his back nine of 41 had five pars at the 11th 13th 14th 16th and 18th holes with four bogeys to win on a better back nine.

In 2nd place was Stephen Molloy again with a nett 67, he had a front nine of 41 with four pars at the 1st 3rd 5th and 8th holes, one double bogey at the 4th hole and four single bogeys, his back nine of 47 had one par at the 18th hole, two double bogeys and six single bogeys.

In 3rd place was Kevin O Loan with a nett 68 he had a front nine of 40 with five pars, one double bogey, and three bogeys, and a back nine of 42 with one birdie at the 14th hole, two pars at the 13th and 18th holes, and six single bogeys.

The gross prize was won by James Noble with a gross 71 he had a front nine of 34 with two birdies at the 2nd and 4th holes, one bogey at the 3rd hole, and six pars, his back nine of 37 included one birdie at the 18th hole, one bogey at the 10th hole and seven pars for a steady round of golf.

4th place went to Frank Stevenson with a nett 68 he had a front nine of 39 with one birdie at the 6th hole four pars, three bogeys and one double bogey, his back nine of 41 had five pars and four bogeys.

5th place went to Daryl Patton with a nett 68, he had a front nine of 39 and a back nine of 42.

The senior prize was won by John Clarke with a nett 69.

The Junior Prize was won by Nathan Thomson with a nett 72

Section Winners:

0-12           Michael Haughian    nett 69

13-18         David Ewing              nett 69

19-28         Niall Morrow            nett 69

Silverwood Rumble Winners

Silverwood Rumble Winner’s with a score of 100 Pts , L-R Sean Ashe, Pat Mc Gleenon, Conor Mc Gleenon, and Cormac Magee

Chris Wins Club Competition/ John has hole in one

Chris Lamont who won this weeks competition with 45 points

John Mc Caffrey who had a hole in one at the 2nd hole this weekend congratulations John.

Chris Wins Club Competition

It was a stableford competition at Silverwood Golf Club on Saturday, and it was one to remember for John Mc Caffrey as he had a hole in one at the 2nd hole off his competition and he also picked up a section prize as well.

The winner of the event was Chris Lamont(Jnr)with 45 points, he had 21 points on his front nine with one birdie at the 9th hole, three pars at the 3rd 5th and 8th holes, two double bogeys at the 2nd and 4th holes and three single bogeys, his back nine was even better with 24 points, he had one birdie at the 18th hole, four pars at the 12th 13th 14th and 15th holes, along with four single bogeys to win by one point.

In 2nd place was Richard Mc Kee with 44 pts, he had 25 points on his front nine with one birdie at the 3rd hole, only two bogeys at the 5th and 6th holes and six pars, his back nine of 19 points had three pars at the 10th 12th and 14th holes, one double bogey at the 16th hole, and five single bogeys.

3rd place went to Conor Mc Cabrey with 42 points he had 19 points on his front nine with only three bogeys at the 2nd 3rd and 6th holes and six pars, his back nine of 23 points contained three birdies at the 11th 14th and 18th holes, three pars at the 15th 16th and 17th holes, and three single bogeys.

The gross prize went to Kevin Munster with a gross 74, he had a front nine of 36 with eight pars and only one bogey at the 3rd hole, along with a back nine of 38 that contained two birdies at the 11th and 15th holes, four pars at the 10th 12th 13th and 14th holes, and three bogeys.

4th place went to Aaron Litter with 41 points he had a front nine of 18 points that included four pars, and a back nine of 23 points that had one birdie at the 11th hole and another four pars.

5th place went to Matt Gilpin with 40 points he has 22 points on his front nine and 18 points on his back nine.

The senior prize went to Eamon Nelson with 38 pts.

The junior prize went to Nathan Thomson with 40 pts.

Section Winners:

0-12        John Mc Caffrey         40 pts

13-18     Kevin Carson               39 pts

19-28     Mark Hampton          40 pts

Noel Wins Captain’s Day 2017

Noel Beeton who won Captain’s Day 2017 with 44 pts, receives his prize from club captain Michael Mc Donald.

Noel win’s Captain’s Day

It was the biggest competition of the year at Silverwood Golf Club, Captain’s Day, and with the course in excellent condition and a mostly dry day with a stiff breeze it was a good challenge to the member’s.

The winner with a great score of 44 points was Noel Beeton, Noel had a front nine score of 20 pts with four pars at the 1st 2nd 4th and 7th holes, one double bogey at the 6th hole, and four single bogeys, his back nine was even better with 24 points, he had a great start with six straight pars, and three bogeys to win by one point.

In 2nd place with another excellent score was Paul Gorman who had lead for most of day with 43 points, he had a front nine score of 21 pts that had one birdie at the 4th hole, two pars at the 2nd and 7th holes, and a mixture of bogeys and single bogeys, his back nine of 22 points contained three pars at the 14th 16th and 17th holes, two double bogeys at the 12th and 13th holes, and four single bogeys.

In 3rd place was Paul Doyle with 40 pts, he had a front nine of 20 pts with two birdies at the 2nd and 8th holes, two pars at the 4th and 8th holes, one double bogey at the 1st hole, and a back nine of 20 pts with five pars at the 12th 13th 14th 16th and 18th holes, and four single bogeys.

The gross prize was won by Kevin Munster with a gross 74, he had a front nine of 34 with three birdies at the 5th 8th and 9th holes, two bogeys at the 4th and 6th holes along with four pars, and a back nine of 40 with one bogey at the 10th hole, one double bogey at the 17th hole, and seven pars.

4th place went to Jason Holland with 40 points, he had a front nine off 23 points and a back nine of 17 points.

5th place went to Tony Beeton with 39 points, he had a front nine off 16 points and a back nine 23 points.

The 2nd gross prize went to Robert Blevins with a gross 77.

The senior prize was won by Gerry Canning with 39 pts

The junior prize was won by Nathan Thomson with 41 pts.

2nd senior prize Patrick Mc Glennon 37 pts

2nd junior prize Jack Doyle 40 pts

Best Past captain prize Kieran Murray 38 pts

2nd past captain prize Liam Mackle 38 pts

Visitor 1st prize Jason Sewell 40 pts

2nd visitor prize Geordie Sewell 37 pts

Best back nine Richard Mc Kee 23 pts

Best front nine Shane Mulholland 22 pts

Captains drive Liam Mackle 2.77 meters

Longest drive Stephen Morgan 264.7 meters

Nearest the pin @2nd hole Enda Brady 1.82 meters

Nearest the pin @6th hole Seamus Patton 3.05 meters

Nearest the pin @14th hole Sam Frazer 28cms.

It was a great days golf had by all, and the committee and captain would like to thank all the staff at the golf and ski centre for all their help especially Catherine, Carol, and Sonia for the excellent breakfast prepared for all the members in the morning, Gill for opening the centre so early, and Raymond Mc Veigh and his green staff for the brilliant condition of the course throughout the year.

Good win for Ronan Rafferty Team


The Ronan Rafferty Team that beat Kilkee  in a recent match. (l-r)Frank Gallagher team Captain, Nathan Thomson, Oisin Farquhar ,AaronDoyle, Peadar Magill,(front) Jack Doyle, and James Judge.

Gerry Wins Mary Peter’s Qualifier

Gerry Harbinson who won the Mary Peter’s Qualifier at the weekend with 41 pts.

Gerry Wins Mary Peters qualifier 

It was the Mary Peters qualifier at Silverwood golf club last weekend, and with a strong breeze to content with, the scores were reasonably low, that and the fact that it was the week before captain’s day. 

And once again the course was in great condition for the member’s. 

The player who came out on top was Gerry Harbinson with 41 pts, he had a front nine score of 21 points with one birdie at the 8th hole, three pars at the 4th 6th and 9th holes, two double bogeys at the 1st and 5th holes, and three single bogeys. His back nine of 20 points had one birdie at the 18th hole, three pars at the 11th13th and 14th holes, two no-scores at the 10th and 15th holes and three single bogeys, to win by one point. 

In 2nd place with 40 points was Sean Polin he had 20 points on his front nine holes, with two birdies at the 1st and 9th holes, one par at the 4th hole, along with four single bogeys, one double bogey and one no-score, his back nine contained three pars at the 13th 14th and 17th holes, five single bogeys, and one triple bogey at the 11th hole. 

In 3rd place with another 20 points was Thomas Marley, he had two birdies on his card at the 12th and 14th holes, three pars at the 3rd 4th and 9th holes, along with a mixture of single and double bogeys. 

The gross prize was won again by Fintan Mc Areavey with a gross 71, he had a front nine of 34 with three birdies at the 1st 4th and 5th holes, with one double bogey at the 3rd hole, and five pars, his back nine of 37 included another two birdies at the 11th and 18th holes, two single bogeys at the 13th and 15th holes, and five pars. 

4th place went to Joe McAvoy with 39 points, he had a front nine off 18 points, and a back nine off 21 points, with his highlight a birdie four at the 18th hole. 

5th place went to Leonard Mc Cann with 39 points, he had a front nine of 19 pts with one birdie at the 8th hole, and a back nine of 20 points with two birdies at the 12th and 18th holes. 

The senior prize was won by William Millar with 37 pts. 

The junior prize was won by Jack Doyle with 36 pts. 

Section Winners: 

0-12         John Lynch        39 pts 

13-18       Sam Frazer       39 pts 

19-28       Paul Gorman   39 pts 

Next week is the biggest competition of the year Captain’s Day all member’s make sure their names are on the time sheet. 

 

James Wins the June Monthly Medal

James Judge who won this week’s competition the June Monthly Medal with an excellent Nett 63, and his first ever sub-par round of golf a gross 71.

James wins the June monthly medal

It was a great day for golf at Silverwood golf club on Saturday and with the course in great condition and the green’s rolling well, it was no surprise that there were some great scores returned by the members.

The competition was the June monthly medal and the winner with a brilliant score of a nett 63 was 16year old James Judge who returned his first ever sub-par round of golf with a gross 71.

He had a front nine score of 34 with four birdies at the 2nd 4th 7th and 9th holes, along with two pars at the 3rd and 8th holes, and three bogeys, his back nine was very steady with one birdie at the 18th hole, only one bogey at the 17th hole, and seven pars, for a great three shot victory, and it’s nice to see a product of the juniors coming through with a superb score like this.

In 2nd place with a nett 66 was Patrick Mc Caughley, he had a front nine of 45 with two pars at the 8th and 9th holes and a mixture of single, double, and triple bogeys, his back nine contained four pars at the 12th 13th 15th and 18th holes, with one double bogey at the 10th hole, and four single bogeys.

3rd place went to Fintan Mc Areavey with the best gross score of the day with a brilliant gross 67 five under par, he had a front nine of 33 with two birdies at the 1st and 8th hole, and seven pars, his back nine was even better with three birdies at the 12th 14th and 18th holes, and six pars for another sub-par round of golf for this very consistent player.

The gross prize was won by Matthew Madden with a level par round of golf 72, he had a front nine of 37 with one birdie at the 4th hole, one single bogey at the 5th hole, one double bogey at the 6th hole and six pars, his back nine of 35 had a great eagle at the 18th hole, two birdies at the 11th and 13th holes, two single bogeys at the 14th and 16th, and four pars.

In 4th place with a nett 67 was Robert Blevins, he had a front nine of 36, with two birdies at the 6th and 7th holes, four pars at the 1st 2nd 4th and 8th holes, and three bogeys. His back nine had two birdies at the 12th and 14th holes, four pars at the 10th 11th 16th and 18th holes, and three bogeys.

5th place went to Leonard Mc Cann with a nett 68, he had three birdies, ten pars and five bogeys on his card.

The senior prize went Jim Mc Neice with a nett 69.

The junior prize went to Peadar Magill with a nett 70

Section winners:

0-12          James Noble            Nett 69

13-18        Gerald Beattie         Nett 69

19-28       Hugo Funes               Nett 69

 

Paul wins stroke competition

Paul Mc Fadden who won this weeks competition with a nett 68.

Paul Wins Stroke Competition 

It was a stoke competition on Saturday at Silverwood golf club, and with strong winds and soft fairways it proved a difficult challenge to the player’s. 

The winner with a nett 68 was Paul Mc Fadden he had a front nine of 38 with two birdies at the 1st and 8th holes, three pars at the 2nd 3rd and 7th holes, one double bogey at the 6th hole and three single bogeys, his back nine of 42 was composed of four pars at the 10th 13th 14th and 17th holes, and five single bogeys to win by one shot. 

In 2nd place was James Judge with a nett 69 he had a front nine of 37 with one birdie at the 1st hole, one double bogey at the 5th hole, one single bogey at the 4th hole and six pars, his back nine of 41 included one birdie at the 11th hole, three pars at the 13th 17th and 18th holes, and five single bogeys. 

3rd place went to Robert Blevins again with a nett 69, Robert had a level par front nine, with two birdies at the 7th and 8th holes, two bogeys at the 2nd and 3rd holes, and five pars, his back nine had six pars, two double bogeys at the 14th and 16th holes, and one single bogey at the 12th hole. 

The gross prize was won by Fintan Mc Areavey with a one under gross score of 71, he had an excellent front nine of 32 with three birdies at the 1st 4th and 8th holes, and six pars, and a back nine of 39 with two birdies at the 13th and 18th holes, four pars at the 10th 11th 14th and 15th holes, one double bogey at the 17th hole, and two single bogeys. 

4th place went to Martin Mc Conville with a nett 70, he had a front nine of 41 with four pars at the 1st 2nd 4th and 9th holes, one double bogey at the 7th hole, and four single bogeys, along with a back nine of 46 that contained one par at the 14th hole, one double bogey at the 11th hole and seven single bogeys. 

5th place went to Matthew Madden with a nett 70, he had a front nine of 33 with two birdies at the 1st and 7th holes, and seven pars, and a back nine of 41 that had five pars at the 11th 13th 14th 16th and 18th holes, and four single bogeys. 

The junior prize was won by Peadar Magill with a nett 76 

The senior prize was won by Francis Kelly with a nett 71. 

Section  Prizes  : 

0-12     John Lynch          Nett 71 

13-18   Michael Miller    Nett 71 

19-28    Thomas Marley  Nett 72

Aaron Wins Darren Clarke Qualifier

Aaron Litter who won the Darren Clarke Qualifier with  a great score of 44 pts.

Pierce Purcell Team Qualify for Next round

The Pierce Purcell Team who qualified for the next round with a score of  357,  and now play Edenmore at Banbridge.

G.U.I officials Tony Cassidy (left) and Kenny Logan (right) along with club captain Micheal Mc Donald (left middle) and vice captain Seamus Patton (right middle) during the club’s hosting of the Pierce Purcell on Sunday 14th May.

The club would like to express it’s thanks to the green staff for the tremendous amount of hard work that was put into the course, to have it in such an excellent condition for this competition.