Countback needed to separate winners at Club Omagh Classic
Club Omagh Golf Classic organiser Paul O’Neill watches the flight of his ball.
The inaugural Club Omagh golf classic was held at Omagh Golf Club last Friday with 42 teams taking part in the fund raising drive by the Omagh St. Enda’s GAA club.
The event which was sponsored by Main Street, Omagh, proved to be highly successful and competition was equally stiff with the top three teams all finishing on 103 points.
On countback, the overall prize was presented to the Western Properties team of Ciaran Teague, Peter Teague, Dan McNulty and Mark McBride who scored 55 points on the back nine.
In second place was Eddie Duffy, Jarlath O’Kane, Eamon O’Kane and Gerry Poyntz who scored 54 on the back nine while in third place was Aaron McEnhill, Darren Hyndman, Paul McGlone and Colm McGarvey who scored 53 on the back nine.
The winning ladies team was lead by Golf Club Lady Captain Marion Brannigan and included Christine McGuckin, Phil McKenna and Patricia Bogan. Winner of Longest Drive was Ryan Daly while Brendan McCartan won Nearest the Pin.
Funds from the event will go towards the development of youth facilities at Healy Park and the St. Enda’s club wishes to thank all the various sponsors who helped to make the event a success. Further photo graphs on our Photo Gallery page – link at the top of the page.
Omagh St. Enda’s President Joe Mulryan (centre) presents Omagh Golf Club captain’s Justin O’Doherty and Marion Brannigan with special mementos to mark the inaugural Club Omagh Golf Classic.
The winning team of Peter Teague, Ciaran Teague, Dan McNulty and Mark McBride at the Club Omagh Golf Classic on Friday past pictured with St. Enda’s Chairman John McElholm and President Joe Mulryan. The team finished on 103 points and won on countback, scoring 55 points on the back nine.
Ciaran Teague, captain of the winning Western Properties team drives with force.
Club Omagh Golf Club Classic winners..Mark McBride, Ciaran Teague, Peter Teague and Dan McNulty. The team finished on 103 points and won on countback, scoring 55 points on the back nine.
Omagh St. Enda’s and Tyrone footballer Joe McMahon drives off at the Club Omagh Golf classic on Friday past.
Winners of third prize at the Omagh Golf Club Classic. Darren Hyndman, Aaron McEnhill, Paul McGlone and Colm McGarvey. The team finished on 103 points (53 points on back nine).
Runners-up…Eamon O’Kane, Gerry Poyntz, Jarlath O’Kane and Eddie Duffy who were in second place at the Club Omagh Golf Classic with 103 points (54 points on back nine).
Terry Fox grimaces as he watches his ball take flight.
Team Laird…Niall Laird (centre), son Sean and his team Chris Colhouln, Terry Fox and Neil Boyle.
In the trees? Eugene McClements in action at Friday’s Golf Classic
Alison McGrath keeps a close eye on the ball as it takes flight.
The winning ladies team at the Club Omagh Classic..Christine McGuckin, Patricia Bogan, Phil McKenna and Marion Brannigan.
Michael McElroy of Main Street, lead sponsor at the Club Omagh Golf Classic, keeps an eye on the action.
First team home….Omagh golf Club Captain Justin O’Doherty welcomes back to the clubhouse Fintan O’Neill, Damien McNamee, PJ Mulcachy, and Terry McGurk who were the first team to complete a round at the Club Omagh Golf Classic.
St. Enda’s stalwart Kieran Young watches the path of a perfect drive at the Classic.
Great day for St. Enda’s and our Classic sponsors Main Street
It went that way…St. Enda’s chairman John McElholm shows the way ahead.
Michael Bowes, one of the youngest competitors at the Classic, in action
Further photo graphs on our Photo Gallery page – link here