Results week ending 20/09/2020

The Tuesday open saw a strong contingent from Ballyliffin at North West with David McGeough winning the day with a score of 42 points from the low handicapper. Fantastic scoring David.

Justin MacLochlainn recorded a level par round to take 2nd spot, with John Kennedy going one under par to take the gross.


Terry Meenan recorded 40 points to take third on a break of tie, moving David Rankin in to the visitors prize. And last but not least, Shaun Murphy recorded 23 points to take the back nine prize.


1st David McGeough 42pts (4) Ballyliffin 2nd Justin MacLochlainn 41pts (5) Gross John Kennedy 69 gross (4) Ballyliffin 3rdTerry Meenan 40pts bot (9) Visitor David Rankin 40pts (12) Ballyliffin Back 9 Shaun Murphy 23pts (22)


The North West Ladies hosted a charity open on Wednesday 26th Sept “Play In Pink Day” in aid of Breast Cancer Research . There was a great turnout of members to support this cause, and we were also delighted to welcome twenty visiting ladies from Foyle, Buncrana, City of Derry Golf Clubs to name a few.


The format of fourball Betterball produced very good scores and mother & daughter duo Lady President Margaret and daughter Roslyn McLaren had the best of the day with a super score of 45 Stableford points.


Second prize honours then went to Augusta Neff & Marie McLaughlin with 42 points, one ahead of third placed Margaret Fisher & Annmarie Begley on 41 points.

The visitors prize went to City of Derry Ladies Ciara Quigg & Ann Wallace on 39 points

The nines winners were front nine: Ann O’Neill & Josephine Kelly (Foyle) with 20 points and the back nine Marie McReynolds & Deborah Doherty (City of Derry) 20points b.o.t.

Congratulations to all the prize winners!


Next week’s competition is Greensomes, choose your own markers


Fantastic turn out for Mr Mickey Bradley's Thursday society captains day yesterday. Conditions were good but scoring was tight with tricky pins throughout the course.


This did not stop John O'Brien romping home with a score of 43 three shots clear of second placed Karl Scanlon. Dudley Coyle lost out on a break of tie from Karl both on 39 points.

The Gross went to that man Brian McElhinney with a two over par 72. Daniel McAteer takes 4th spot with 38 points while a break of tie was needed to separate Joe McColgan and Laurence Hegarty in 5th and 6th.


Shaun Murphy won the Non qualifier with 39 points while George McDaid took the front 9 with 22 points and Dermot McDermott took the back with 19 points.


Prizes can be collected in the shop. Thanks to everyone who took part. €700 was raised for the Breast Cancer Unit in Letterkenny, a very worthy cause.


Don't forget the start of the new Thursday society season starts next week. See you all there.


1st John O'Brien 42pts (11) 2nd Karl Scanlon 39pts bot (20) Gross Brian McElhinney 72 gross 3rd Dudley Coyle 39pts (28) 4th Danier McAteer 38pts (12) 5th Joe McColgan 37pts bot (10) 6th Lawrence Hegarty 37pts (16) Non Qualifier Shaun Murphy 39pts (23) Front 9 George Mcdaid 22pts (21) Back 9 Dermot McDermott 19pts (14)


Couldn't have asked for better conditions over the weekend with the course in particularly fantastic nick for the Miller Cup. With membership for the 2021 season up for grabs scoring was tight at the top with a four way break of tie.


Congratulations to Michael Walsh, this years winner of the two day Miller Cup with a score of 42 points on Sunday. Coming in second was Eugene Ferry on the same score with Paul Starett winning the Gross with a two under par 68.


Best on Saturday was Padraig MacLochlainn again with 42 points and the Sunday prize goes to Kevin O'Donnell with 39 points.


Thank you to all the members who took part in this one. You make these competitions what they are. Special thank you to the greens team for having the course in such fantastic condition.


Overall 1st Michael Walsh 42pts bot (11) Sun Overall 2nd Eugene Ferry 42pts bot score on Sat Overall Gross Paul Starett 68 gross 42pts bot (4) Best on the day Sat Padraig MacLochlainn 42 pts (7) Best on the day Sun Kevin O Donnell 39pts (12)