It doesn't happen very often but Gary Morris pulled it off on Saturday last at Bundoran Golf Club by winning back-to-back Captains' prizes.
He had to rely on a break of tie to overcome the Course Superintendent Terence McShea and sometimes footballer Diarmuid McInerney.
Had McShea an advantage after getting up early on Saturday morning to set out the pin positions?
However, it was the 17th which was the downfall of both McShea and McInerney, putting being the problem for McShea while McInerney, just five over par on the tee, found the bank with his drive and took a 7.
Morris took full advantage to win on countback. However, his was not the best score of the day. That was recorded by newcomer Stephen McLaughlin with a nett 60.
Apart from a heavy downpour around 4 pm, it was a great day with refreshments provided for all participants on the 9th tee.
There was a good night in the clubhouse on Saturday night as Donagh Keon's great array of prizes were presented.
The full results for Captain#s Day were:
1st Gary Morris 66 (BoT); 2nd Stephen McLaughlin 60; 3rd Terry McShea 66 (BoT); 4th Diarmaid McInerney 66.
Gross was won by Dave Ronayne with 73.
Best score on front nine was won by Declan McCusker with 32.
Best score on back nine was won by Barry Mulrone with 30.
Longest drive was won by Michael Burke.
Nearest the pin was won by Gerry Horgan with 8ft 1½inches.
Best senior score prize was won by Turlough Craig with 69 (BoT).
Past captains prize was won by Peter Clarke with 68.
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