At last - a Murphy’s Golf Society, Pomeroy outing on which umbrellas were not needed - unless, perhaps, to keep the sun off a few bald spots.
This latest trip was just up the road to Omagh, a high turn-out enjoying glorious weather and some high scoring.
Improving with every outing Patrick Conway showed potential with a great score of 37 points to claim first prize. Just a couple behind was Justin Kelly with 35, but this will give him motivation to push on for his first win of the season.
Front 9 was conquered best by Peter Corr, while another senior tour man, Brendan Beggs, showed his touch hasn’t left him by coming home strongest. Making Longest Drive spot prize his own, Peter Corr once again showed his superior strength and accuracy by claiming this for the third time in a row.
Prince of pitching wedge, Seamus Beggs used all his experience to claim the other spot prize of Nearest The Pin.