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Wright’s round just right in Loughgall meeting

Peter McClelland (centre) finished as winner of the Best Gross and Longest Drive awards during Loughgall Golf Club's recent annual classic. Also included are, from left, Stephen Robinson (Don Robinson Financial Services, main sponsor) and the Lord Mayor of Armagh Councillor Robert Turner.INPT31-172

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Peter McClelland (centre) finished as winner of the Best Gross and Longest Drive awards during Loughgall Golf Club's recent annual classic. Also included are, from left, Stephen Robinson (Don Robinson Financial Services, main sponsor) and the Lord Mayor of Armagh Councillor Robert Turner.INPT31-172 PTGOLF13

Loughgall Golf Club’s annual classic finished with Armagh’s Paul Wright at the head of the field on Friday.

The popular competition - sponsored by Don Robinson Financial Services - ended with Wright on song around the Loughgall course.

He posted 43 points off his 17 handicap to edge clear at the close of play by a single point.

Harry Clougher had to settle for second on his home course despite a consistent round off his 11 handicap.

Dungannon’s Richard Greenaway posted the third leading score - 42 points off his 17 handicap - to miss out on runner-up across the back-nine countback.

Peter McClelland from Loughgall registered success in the Best Gross and Nearest-To-The-Pin sections, winning the former with 72.

The Longest Drive competition ended with Nigel Martin top thanks to his success on the very first hole. Wayne Haffey also proved impressive with his drive on the 17th.

McClelland was joined by James Anderson in the Nearest-To-The-Pin list of winners, the latter following strong play at the 11th.

Thanks go to the Lord Mayor of Armagh Councillor Robert Turner and Stephen Robinson (Don Robinson Financial Services) for help at the prize presentation.

The organisers would also like to thank The Irwin Group for serving as ball sponsors, plus everyone who financially backed the tee-box list.

The 14th annual stableford attracted a wide field of names - including players from Enniskillen, Limavady and Lisburn.

 

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