GOLF | Double hole in one at Dundalk Golf Club’s 3T’s competition

Pictured at the recent 3T’s competition at Dundalk Ladies. Front L-R: Joan Martin, Sinead Hiney (New Faces), Lady Captain Maeve Ahern, Elaine Ward (winner). Back L-R: Mary McDonnell, Jean Connolly (Ex-Officio), Margaret Gaughran, Juliette Morrison, Joyce Connolly, Ann Hopper, Geraldine Gorham

The 3T’s competition played on Saturday, April 22nd and on Tuesday, April 25th was initiated by Padraig Harrington to help with suicide prevention and to help those affected by suicide.

Dundalk Ladies are very generous in their support of this charity and this week’s competition was sponsored by New Faces. Sinead and the staff of New Faces has been great supporters of the Dundalk Ladies for a number of years and their support is greatly appreciated.

At the presentation, Lady Captain Maeve Ahern thanked Sinead Hiney for her generous sponsorship and lovely gifts. The lucky winners will be availing of some lovely treatments from Sinead’s salon.

The course is in fantastic condition with all the work nearing completion. Elaine Ward came in with 37 points to win the overall competition. She has qualified to play in the next round of the 3T’s. Well done Elaine and well done to all the winners.

Mary McDonnell (left) and Juliette Morrison (right) who both recorded a hole in one on the fifth in the 3T’s competition at Dundalk Golf Club. Also pictured is Sinead Hiney (sponsor) and Lady Captain Maeve Ahern

There was great excitement with Juliette Morrison and Mary McDonnell both having a hole in one on the fifth.

3T’’s competition results — Class A 1st: Elaine Ward (10) 37, 2nd: Ann Hopper (15) 36, 3rd: Juliette Morrison(17) 35, Class B 1st : Joyce Connolly (22) 33, 2nd: Lucy Greenan (26) 31/17/12, 3rd: Jean Connolly (20) 31/17/11, Class C 1st: Mary McDonnell (34) 33/17, 2nd: Geraldine Gorham (36) 33/13, 3rd: Margaret Gaughran (35) 31, Nine Hole Competition 1st: Joan Martin (25) 14, Hole in One: Juliette Morrison (5th) and Mary M McDonnell (5th); Two’s Competition — 5th: Catherine McGuinness, Ann Hopper, 9th: Betty Rogers, Elaine Ward, 13th: Joyce Connolly, Pauline Campbell.

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