Vice-captain, Hugh Francis Shovlin enjoyed a handsome victory in the Brennan’s Bread stableford played on Sunday last, shooting 41 points off an 18 handicap. His nines were nothing if not consistent, accumulating 20 points going out (helped by a birdie at the third) and increasing that score by 21 points on the return. His four shot winning margin over Cathal Donoghue illustrated the quality of his golf and he was a worthy winner.
Hugo Duggan won the Wednesday Open with 36 points, repairing the damage of a blank on the second by garnering eight three-pointers over the last eleven holes. The nineteen handicapper will be especially pleased with his score of level gross over the final five holes.
This Sunday sees the club host the regional qualifying round of the Jimmy Bruen. The course will be closed accordingly. Bank Holiday Monday has an open stableford event on the fixture card sponsored by Patrick Johnny Sally’s Bar in Dungloe.
April 29: Brennan’s Bread
1. Hugh F. Shovlin (18) 41; 2. Cathal Donoghue (13) 37; 3. Mairtín Ó hIarnáin (11) 37 b.o.t.; Cat A Donie McCole (9) 37; Cat B Patrick Boyle (12) 36; Cat C Hugh Smith (22) 36; Nines: Sean Cafferty (10) 19; Tom Rawdon (17) 22; CSS 74; Twos: 6 balls
April 25: Wednesday Open
1. Hugo Duggan (19) 36; 2. rory Doherty (13) 34; 3. Brian McCarthaigh (18) 33; Twos: None
May 6: Jimmy Bruen Qualifying at Narin & Portnoo. Course closed
May 7: Patrick Johnny Sally’s single stableford, open
May 9: Wednesday Open, single stableford