Damien is the 2019 Strokeplayer of the Year   12/11/2019

The 2019 Strokeplayer of the Year concluded on Sunday last with the Vice Captain's Prize and it is  Damien Murphy who yet again is crowned the Strokeplayer of the year.


This follows his victories in 2018, 2014 and 2013 when he shared it with Brendan Cafferkey.




The Strokeplayer of the Year is based on the best 6  (gross score) cards from the 13 stroke play competitions and the Top 10 for 2019  were 


Damien Murphy         (5)      448  strokes       Average  74.7   strokes

Cormac O Muirithe    (4)      471                                     78.5  strokes

John Hanley                 (6)    472                                      78.7 strokes

Martin Cosgrove         (7)     478                                      79.7 strokes

Kevin Donnelly            (6)     479                                      79.8 strokes

Noel McLoughlin         (7)    486                                       81.0 strokes

Danny Malone             (9)    487                                       81.2 strokes

Michael Gaughan        (6)    487                                       81.2 strokes

Peter Mulry                  (7)    490                                       81.7 strokes

Patrick McIntyre          (8)    493                                       82.2 strokes

Jason Padden               (7)   493                                      82.2 strokes



The full standings can be viewed in the Mens Results section


Damien is pictured in early 2015 receiving the 2014 Strokplayer of the Year from our late Hon Sec Terry Swinson who initiated the competition.









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