RESULTS - The second round of this year's King Harmon was played on Sunday the 14th of October as an 18 hole stableford. There is a new format applying to this competition for 2018, consisting of 3 rounds of 18 hole stableford being played over the first three weekends in October with a players best two cards of the three weeks counting for his final score. The top eight scorers will then face off in three rounds of matchplay to decide an overall winner.
The best score this week was Sean Heslin's 39 points, with Gerard O'Dowd taking second place with 38, and Lorcan Egan taking the third spot with 37 points. This puts Sean Heslin top of the leaderboard for now, but there is still one more round to play next weekend to decide who will be the last eight men standing for the "knockout" rounds.
GOLFER OF THE YEAR 2018 - Well done to Tom Kearney who is this years "Golfer of the Year". Tom had had a great year with several wins and podium places and these have all contributed to his cumulative points total in the overall order of merit used to decide the year's best golfer. He may well add another title to the collection for 2018 as he is still very much in with a chance in the King Harmon Cup.
FIXTURES – The Winter 9 hole competition is now up and running. The format is a 9 hole stableford running Monday to Saturday inclusive on a weekly basis, entry is 5 euro, re-entry is 3 euro. This competition runs throughout the winter, weather and course conditions permitting. If you are looking to play but don’t have playing partners arranged, just put up a message on the mens’ WhatsApp group with your preferred time
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