Normal duties resumed at the weekend with a large turnout Saturday for what was a fine day for the the time of year although Sunday was to give us a quick reminder of what may still lay in store for a few month ahead.
The sharp overnight frost was to dictate that the course must be closed.
Picture: Andy McGlynn produces a good finish to his swing.
It took a Bot (break of tie) to decide the winner between Convoy’s Andy Parkinson (9) and Drumkeen’s Brendan Boyle (16), both having an excellent 40 points, but it was the quiet Drumkeen man who came out on top for his first win of the season and indeed the first winner of the season at BSGC.
Andy had an excellent front nine holes being just one over gross but slipped a little in the back nine.
The Gross prize winners card was a bit of a strange one. Local businesses man, Jonathan Brady (10) done nothing special in the front nine but hit an astonishing 25 points in the back nine, enough to secure the gross.
Third prize was won by Letterkenny man Dean (Dixey) Doherty (13) on a break of tie, carding a fine 38 points.
Usual competitions will be held this week.
Our Annual Snooker Competition starts shortly. The entry sheet is on the notice board in the Gents locker room. Anyone wishing to take part in it please have your name down before this Friday 12th.
All the football fanatics out there will get another chance to win an amazing €500 and a whole lot of craic with it for just a tenner. Sheets for the last man standing can be got in the club shop or contact a council member and should be returned with your selection no later than noon on Saturday 20th January. Good luck to all entries.
Council would like to thank those who showed up for the presentation of prizes for the month of December on Saturday evening last.Tags: