Winter warmer for Gerry

Meal deal open stableford competition at Foyle today.
Meal deal open stableford competition at Foyle today.

It was the last official competition of the year at Silverwood golf club, and the Winter Cup was the main prize.

The winner with a fantastic score of 45 points was Gerry Curran (right) thanks to a front nine score of 22 points with one birdie, two bogeys and six pars.

His back nine score was one better with 23 points, that included one birdie, one bogey and seven pars.

Second with 43 points was Conor Haddock, he had a great front nine with 24 points, that included two birdies, one bogey and five pars. His back nine of 19 points contained three pars, one double bogey at the 16th hole, and five single bogeys.

In third place was Paul Gilmore with 42 points. He had a level par round with 20 points on his front nine, with two birdies, three bogeys and four pars. His back nine was even better with 22 points with one birdie and eight pars.

The first gross prize went to inform player Colin Thompson with a level par round. He had a front nine of 33 with two birdies and seven pars and a back nine of 39 that had one birdie at the 17th, one bogey, one double bogey and six pars.

David Carville was fourth with 41 points,scoring 18 points on his front nine with four pars and a mixture of single and double bogeys. Then 23 points on his back nine that contained one birdie, one double bogey, one single bogey and six pars.

The second gross prize went to Kevin Munster with a one over par 73. He had a front nine of one under with two birdies and seven pars for 19 gross points and a back nine of 16 with one birdie one bogey and six pars.

The fifth prize went to Mark Jordan with 41 points.

The senior prize was won by Hugo Funes with 39 points.

It was also the Junior Captain’s day at the weekend and the winners were as follows:

1st Patrick Jordan 41 pts; 2nd Callum Starkey 40pts; 3rd Jack Doyle 38pts; 4th Conor McCabrey 36pts; 5th Aaron Doyle 34pts.

Best front 9 James Judge 18pts; Best Back 9 Oisin Farquhar 16pts; Closest to the pin Callum Starkey 24ft.

Longest Drive Patrick Jordan; Visitor Prize Matthew Madden; Hidden Prize Desmond Madden.