Home

Upcoming Events

Login Form



IV IRISH OPEN

 GLENVILLE 2014

Eamon Gibney scored a final round of 46 to win the Irish Open at Glenville with a 54 hole aggregate of 25 under par 137. Eamon, who was third in the 2013 Catalan Open, finished three shots clear of fellow Irishman Liam O'Donovan. O'Donovan, winner of that 2013 Catalan event and no stranger to podium finishes in international opens, fired a phenomenal 43 final round to post a 140 total. Alan Hanlon, himself round in 43 in the second round, scored 50 on Sunday to finish third on 142.  World Cup winner John Ross Crangle (45 final round), 2011 Irish Open winner Damien Fleming (46) and World Strokeplay champion John Walsh (48) tied on 18 under par.

Final scoreboard

Photo album courtesy of PPUI

Marian Byrne (Ireland) has won the ladies Irish Open by a shot from Tracey McGrath. Marian, who won the first ever Ladies International Open in Italy in 2000, closed with a final round of 53 for a six under par total of 156 for the three rounds. Tracey added a 54 to her Saturday efforts of 49 and 54. Margaret Hogan finished third.

Over 55's winner was Pacelli Darcy (Ireland) who scored 50 on Sunday for an overall 150 (-12), three clear of Ireland's Anthony Malone.

After the rain delay, 36 holes were finally completed at Glenville on Sunday morning. Eamon Gibney fired a second round of 46 to lead on 91, that's 17 under par. Eamon was but a single stroke clear of the most successful player in international open history, Alan Hanlon. Hanlon added a brilliant 43 to his opening 49, to lie on 92 with 18 holes to play.

Leading second round scores (all Irish).

Eamon Gibney 91
Alan Hanlon 92 
John Walsh 96 
Paudie O'Sullivan 96
John O'Meara 97
Liam O'Donovan 97
Damien Fleming 98

Provisional Sunday pairings

The 2014 Irish Open (May 9-11) will be hosted at the Glenville course in Dublin's Tallaght, one of the finest courses in Ireland.

View the revised pairings and timesheet here.

View the pre event Press Release here

The event was formally launched at Glenville on April 18th by Mayor of South Dublin Dermot Looney and PPUI President Eamonn Birchall. Read PPUI's report here.

View the provisional pairings and timesheet here.

PPUI Irish Ladies Open Preview here.

2011 winner Damien Fleming looks ahead to the 2014 event here

See the event poster here

Get all the details of the Irish Open here

 

 
SPPA TROPHY 2014

 Nuolen, 26 April 2014

The first SPPA Trophy this year, organized on the Nuolen Pitch and Putt course, was won by the Swiss international player Silvano Umberg. It was quite a start to the new playing season for the 15 year old Jürg Fux, who aced the 72m long 17th hole.

2014 will be a special year for the Swiss Pitch and Putt Association. It will be celebrating 10 years of existence and will also be paying tribute to President Brigitte Albisetti, who is retiring having founded the Association in 2004. Since then she has managed the SPPA with great dedication and commitment.

The 2014 playing season, besides the Swiss Pitch and Putt Championship in St. Moritz (28 June), foresees another five tournaments and the loved Kids Trophy. The weather at the tournament in Nuolen was favourable and the players were delighted to meet together after the long winter season. Silvano Umberg, Swiss Champion in 2009, won the competition with 58 strokes. The highlight of the day was the Hole-in-One from 3-times Swiss Junior Champion Jürg Fux. Unfortunately Jürg couldn't see his ball fall into the hole as the 17th green is some metres higher than the Teeing area, but in any event, this fact didn't spoil his joy.

SPPA Trophy Nuolen (18 holes, Par 54, strokeplay), Saturday, 26th April 2014. 
Gross: 1. Silvano Umberg (Engi) 58. 2. Helmut Roth (Engi) 59. 3. Jürg Fux (Engi/Junior) 60. 4. Felix Eberle (SPPA) 62. 5. Hans-Walter Hoppensack (Engi) 64. 6. Corsin Bass (Seedorf) 67. 7. Heinz Stöckli (Engi) 68. 8. Hans Heiri Legler (Engi) und Johannes Zaugg (SPPA), 72. 10. Ady Baggenstos (Seedorf) 75. 11. Domenico Maddalon (Engi) 76. 
Net: 1. Johannes Zaugg (SPPA) 51.

 

 

 
GUALTA

 "The Sun" Newspaper feature - Gualta, Catalonia.

The Gualta course north of Girona has caught the eye of the "The Sun" travel correspondent Tommy Holgate. Read his article here


Gualta Pitch and Putt course - from the air.

The Gualta Pitch and Putt website can be found here... 

 
«StartPrev12345678910NextEnd»

Page 7 of 79