Alan Dunbar topped the Willie Gill standings for 2012. Check our who finished where. Picture by Pat CashmanRathmore’s Alan Dunbar topped the GUI’s Order of Merit and claimed the Willie Gill Perpetual Award for the second time in three years with a whopping 302 points to spare.

The 22-year old’s victory in the British Amateur Championship at Royal Troon gave him a huge lead over Moyola Park’s Chris Selfridge, who claimed the Irish Close and East of Ireland titles.

The top 10 was rounded out by Rory McNamara, Kevin Phelan, Harry Diamond, Gavin Moynihan, Eddie McCormack, Reeve Whitson and Nicky Grant.

For a full breakdown of the Willie Gill Order of Merit see the attached PDF or click below:



Gavin Moynihan, winner of the Irish Amateur Open strokeplay title, topped the Boys’ Order of Merit to claim the Tom Montgomery Award after a magnificent season that began with his victory in the Peter McEvoy Trophy at Copt Heath.

While his victory at Royal Dublin only counted towards the Willie Gill Award, he finished 29 points clear of Newlands’ Alex Myles, who had a remarkably consistent season.

Willie Gill Perpetual Award 2012 - Final standings