It was nearly a royal flush for The Royal Dublin with Barry Anderson winning the 2014 Munster Stroke Play title and also the Carr/Bruen (best U25) with The Royal Dublin’s Richard Knightly coming third.

Barry emerged as a clear winner, two strokes ahead of the home club member Gary O’Flaherty. A very successful Championship with the course in excellent condition.  Well done to all.

WINNER Barry Anderson (The Royal Dublin) 289 
2nd Gary O’Flaherty (Cork) 291
3rd Richard Knightly (The Royal Dublin) 291
4th James Fox (Portmarnock) 293
5th John Hickey (Cork) 293
6th Keith Crowley (Fota Island) 296
7th Chris Carroll (Shandon Park) 297
8th Simon Bryan (Delgany) 297

Best Nett Marc Nolan (Delgany) 291

2nd Nett Dave O’Donovan (Muskerry) 297

WINNER Carr/Bruen (Best U25) Barry Anderson (The Royal Dublin)

Pictured: Barry Anderson receiving the Munster Strokplay tophy from Cork GC Lady Captain Margot Dennehy. Included form left are Willie Weir, President; Anne Burkley, Lady President; Dave Prendergast, Captain and Liam Harkin Munster Branch GUI. (Niall O’Shea)

Source: Munster Golf


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