Ian Hutchinson returned a commendable score of 44 points to win the Mac Flynn Memorial Stableford played at Killymoon on Saturday.
Nonetheless, Ian still had to rely on a one over par better back nine score of 23 points to deny Colin Mc Crea who took second spot.
The prize for best gross went to Steven Hughes who posted a 3 under par 67.
The various divisional honours went to Peter Correct and Charlie Conway in the low section,Harry Steele and Philip Ward in the middle section and Robert Langridge and Damien Lawn in the high section.
Competitions continue this weekend with the TP Mulholland Memorial Stableford on Saturday and the Irish Mail Foursomes, a national qualifier on Sunday.
The Northern Branch PGA Summer Masters’ Series reaches Killymoon on Monday next 22nd July.
30 professionals and teams of amateurs will play in the event with the action starting at 8am and the last group teeing off at 1pm.
There were no winners of the Lucky Letters Jackpot on Saturday past. The consolation winners, each receiving £25, were Sam Ferguson and Raymond Pembleton.
The next draw will be Saturday 20th July when the jackpot will be £1250.
The Competition Committee has organised a Prize Presentation evening for next Saturday at 8pm.
Prizes will be presented for the Saltmarine Cars, TheTyrone Cup, the Spring Classic, The Professional’s Prize, The Killymoon Masters and the Kelso Car Sales competitions.
Killymoon’s young rising star
Killymoon Golf Club’s up and coming young star Brendan ‘Rory McIlroy’ Mulgrew - as he likes to call himself - participated in the five to six year old age category, at the Wee Wonders Golf Championship played at Blackwood Golf Centre.
And Brendan certainly lent support to the theory that he will one day make a name for himself on fairways near and far. That’s because he managed to finish second.
At just five years old he is a very talented young golfer and his tutor Michael Gallagher is just one of many who feels he has a bright future.