It was a real family affair for the Mc Namara house-hold last week as father and son remarkably clinched both the Senior and Junior Golfer of the Year titles.
As the Covet-19 disrupted 2020 qualifying season neared a conclusion, the coveted Golfer of the Year titles were decided on the Ballyarnett fairways
Ronan Mc Namara finished his P & L Electrics Golfer of the Year campaign with a fantastic overall winning total of 322 points- 11 points ahead of runner-up, the in-form Cormac Mc Geady.
Not to be outdone by his father, talented 12 year-old Samuel Lee/Mc Namara produced the goods in the Junior Golfer of the Year competition after 38 rounds with the best 8 nett scores counting.
Samuel, who has enjoyed an outstanding season, won the title by an impressive 24 points ahead of runner-up Tiernan Dunn.
P & L Electrics Golfer of the Year:
The following were the leading 10 players with prizes for the top five positions;
1 Ronan Mc Namara 322pts
2 Cormac Mc Geady 311pts
3 Declan Meenan 309pts
4 Sean O’ Hagan 309pts
5 Jason Murray 308pts
6 Seamus Mc Laughlin 307pts
7 Steven Kivelehan 306pts
8 Patrick Mahon 303pts
9 John Spence 303pts
10 Jeff Garrett 300pts
Junior Golfer of the Year:
The following were the leading four players with prizes for the top two positions;
1 Samuel Lee/Mc Namara 322pts
2 Tiernan Dunn 298pts
3 Nathan Mulligan 297pts
4 Liam Doherty 281pts