Four Masters G.A.A. Club held the Frank Muldoon Memorial Golf Competition at Donegal Golf Club (Murvagh) on Saturday.
Almost 50 golfers supported this annual event and played on a wet morning but a brighter afternoon.
Rooney’s Centra, Clar Road, Donegal Town were the main sponsors and thanks are again extended to Gerry Rooney who has been supporting this event for the past number of years. The weather conditions did not effect the scoring too much and there were many good scores returned.
The winner was Francis Brogan (7) with 37 points. This was a fine score from the veteran Murvagh golfer and got him a hamper and 1st Prize. Second Prize and a hamper went to Sean Martin Jr (13) with 36 points. Third Prize and a hamper went to Emlyn Hughes (18) on 35 points.
In four was Aidey Gallagher (16) on 34 points. Aidey also won the Longest Drive on the ninth while Francis Brogan got closest to the pin on the 13th.
Speaking at the prizegiving in Dom's Pier 1, Deborah Lacey, Chairperson of Four Masters paid tribute to Frank Muldoon’s contribution to Donegal Golf Club as a past Captain and official as well as Four Masters and C.L.G. Dun na nGall as past Chairman and official. Deborah congratulated past player for the club, Francis Brogan, on winning the Frank Muldoon Cup and medal.
The chairperson presented hampers to the main winners including Francis Brogan, Sean Martin Jr and Emlyn Hughes on behalf of Rooney’s Centra. She also thanked all the past players and club members who travelled long distances to play in the competition. Deborah also paid tribute to the ground staff, catering and bar staff at Donegal Golf Club as well as Grainne Dorrian and the club for the use of the facilities.
Thanks were also extendd to Centra, and Dom’s Pier 1 and the Breslin family for hosting the Prizegiving. She also thanked the organisers Kieran Mullin and Paul Timoney.