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Mr. Colin McNeill's Captain's Day Results

For all 247 players who took part in this year's Captain's Prize, they certainly could not have enjoyed the day anymore. The course was as usual magnificently presented with reasonably fair pin positions (considering it was Captain's Day). The sun shone for most of the day with the wind getting up a bit for the afternoon players.

Amazingly, the first five winners all scored 38 points each with Stephen Laverty coming out on top after count back to claim the first prize. Many congratulations to Stephen.

Results are below and all the photos from Captain's Day can be viewed on Rockmount's Facebook page www.facebook.com/Rockmount-Golf-Club-155855874444243/

 

Mr Colin McNeill’s 2016 Captain’s Day Prize Winners

                Category       Winner

Ladies longest drive 6th: Pauline McWilliams

Ladies longest drive 8th:        Deirdre Bones

Ladies runner up:                 Norma Devenney

Ladies winner:                        Vi Anderson

Juniors winner:        Adam McCluskey

Associates runner up:                Dennis Brownlee

Associates winner:        Colin Gray

Guests winner:        Stuart Rossi

Best dressed man:                 Tom Rossi

Front 9:                          Frank Wallace

Back 9:                 John McClune

Longest drive 7th:                Darren Laverty

Longest drive 10th:                  Warren Burnside

Longest drive 18th :                  Jonathan Patterson

Seniors winner                  Stephen Gilmore

Team Captains winner:         Adam Foreman

Past Captains winner:                  Robert Patterson

Committee winner:                         Robert Burns

5th place:         Eoin Donnelly  (38pts)

4th place:         Martin Lawther  (38pts)  

3rd place:                 Fergus McCartney  (38pts)

        Runner Up:         Ronnie Cole (38pts)

        Gross winner:                        Chris Morrison  (76 strokes)

        Winner:                        Stephen Laverty  (38pts)