Grehan makes wishes come true with smooth South victory

Dan O' Donovan, Captain of Lahnch Golf Club), Stuart Grehan (Tullamore) and Michael Connaughton (GUI President) before the final round of the South of Ireland Amateur Open Championship, 26th July 2015. Picture:  Golffile | TJ Caffrey

Tullamore’s Stuart Grehan didn’t hold back when he sat down to write his pre-season wish list. 

“Win The Open” wasn’t on it, but by skipping a planned trip to the Old Course for a university championship last week, the reigning East of Ireland champion achieved his goal of winning two championships this year with a thoroughly deserved 4 and 3 triumph over Knock’s Colin Fairweather in the 114th South of Ireland Amateur Open final.

A 22-year old Paddy Harrington scholarship student at Maynooth Univeristy, he had to dig deep at times during the week—he came back from two down with two to play to beat Alan Lowry on the 20th on Friday and chipped in twice to beat Rosslare’s Gary Collins in the quarter-finals.

But in the final, he needed no such heroics and was never headed as he defeated the big-hitting Fairweather with excellent ball-striking, a tidy short game and nerveless putting.

“I am absolutely thrilled,” said Grehan after achieving an East-South double last achieved by Jim Carvill a decade ago. “That was my goal at the start of the year, to win two championships. It was something mad I had down on my dream list, I’m absolutely delighted.”

Winning a full international cap was another goal and Grehan can surely look forward to teeing it up in Ireland’s defence of the Home Internationals at Royal Portrush next month.

Fairweather had to go to the 19th in his semi-final to see off the combative Keith Egan of Carton House, who birdied the last from 18 feet to force extra holes with a brave half, but bunkered his gap wedge to the first and failed to save par.

But the 24-year old son of PGA professional Gordon Fairweather was always on the back foot in the final and while he hit back from a bogey at the first with a winning birdie at the second, he was behind from the time Grehan hit a seven iron to six feet at the fourth and made eagle.

“I struggled with my putting all day,” said Fairweather, who is contemplating a trip to the European Tour Q-School later this year. ”If you’re not rolling the ball well and struggling with the pace of the greens, you’re kind of getting in your own way a bit. I played rightly earlier on in the week and I have a lot of positives to take. 

“But any time I made a mistake Stuart capitalised. He is a good player, very solid and didn’t make many errors today for me to have a good chance of winning a few holes. 

“Any time he missed a shot he was always putting for par and putting pressure on me and in matchplay that’s what you have to do and that’s what he did today. 

“I never got ahead and I was a bit disappointed I couldn’t get it going with the putter.  If I had putted well, we would have had a better match and I am sure that I can sort that out for the next time.”

Fairweather missed a short putt for what would have been a miraculous half in pars at the sixth and went two down. He birdied the eighth from 10 feet but then lost the ninth where Grehan holed a double-breaking 25 footer for birdie to go two up.

Stuart Grehan with the South of Ireland  trophy and his Lahinch blazer

On an imaginary card, Grehan was out in one under 35 to Fairweather's one over 37

Earlier, at the seventh, Grehan hooked his tee shot into the deep rough, missed the green left and with no green to work with, somehow managed to get his chip to within three feet.

“My short game was fantastic and my mental game was good as well,” added Grehan, who was never behind as he beat 19-year old Limerick promise Mark MacGrath 2 and 1 in his semi-final, ending hopes of seeing a Lahinch member triumph for the first time since Patrick Collier in 1997.

The midlander handed Fairweather the 10th with a double bogey six but was gifted the par-three 11th when the big Ulsterman carved his tee shot so far wide that the spotter never saw it. It resulted in a lost the ball and while he attempted to chip in for bogey with his provisional, Grehan had an 18 footer up the hill for birdie and he conceded the hole.

Two down again, Fairweather never gave up and he hit back in style by holing 30-yard bunker shot for a winning eagle three at the 12th. But Grehan restored his two hole cushion by hitting his 71-yard approach to three feet at the 13th.

“After his eagle I was thinking he wasn’t going to go away,” Grehan said: “But that birdie on 13 was absolutely crucial. I hit a two-iron to 71 yards and a gap wedge to three feet and rolled it in.”

He then closed out the match with regulation par fours for wins at the 14th, where Fairweather had three putts from just off the green, and the 15th.

The latter was a shot worthy of any championship win — a low, 229-yard four iron that skipped under the 20 mph wind and squally rain showers to find the front edge from where he putted up to around eight feet. 

Fairweather missed a 15 footer for par and Grehan, who has no plans to turn professional just yet, showed the touch of a champion and rolled home the winning putt on the same day his little brother Matthew captured the club championship at Tullamore.

South of Ireland Amateur Open, Lahinch (Par 72)


Stuart Grehan (Tullamore) bt Colin Fairweather (Knock) 4/3

  1. Colin Fairweather (Knock) bt Keith Egan (Carton House) 19th
  2. Stuart Grehan (Tullamore) bt Mark MacGrath (Limerick) 2/1
  1. Keith Egan (Carton House) bt Pat Murray (Limerick) 23rd
  2. Colin Fairweather (Knock) bt Cian Geraghty (Laytown & Bettystown) 3/1
  3. Stuart Grehan (Tullamore) bt Gary Collins (Rosslare) 3/2
  4. Mark MacGrath (Limerick) bt Jeff Hopkins (The Royal Dublin) 3/1
  1. Pat Murray (Limerick) bt Stuart Bleakley (Shandon Park) 2/1 
  2. Keith Egan (Carton House) bt Paul McBride (The Island) 2/1
  3. Cian Geraghty (Laytown & Bettystown) bt Eanna Griffin (Waterford) 3/2
  4. Colin Fairweather (Knock) bt John Conroy (Bray) 4/3
  5. Stuart Grehan (Tullamore) bt Des Morgan (New Forest) 3/2
  6. Gary Collins (Rosslare) bt Gary O'Flaherty (Cork) 5/3
  7. Jeff Hopkins (The Royal Dublin) bt Tiarnan McLarnon (Massereene) 4/3
  8. Mark MacGrath (Limerick) bt Niall Gorey (Palmerstown Stud) 2/1.
  1. Stuart Bleakley (Shandon Park) bt Shaun Carter (Royal Dublin) 2/1
  2. Pat Murray (Limerick) bt  Michael Reid (Galgorm Castle) 3/1
  3. Keith Egan (Carton House) bt Rowan Lester (Hermitage) 20th
  4. Paul McBride (The Island) bt William Hanna (Warrenpoint) 4/3
  5. Cian Geraghty (Laytown & Bettystown) bt Stephen Barker (Mourne) 20th
  6. Eanna Griffin (Waterford) bt Paul McCarthy (Mallow) 5/4
  7. John Conroy (Bray) bt Liam Grehan (Mullingar) 1 hole
  8. Colin Fairweather (Knock) bt Gary McDermott (Carton House) 6/4 
  9. Stuart Grehan (Tullamore) bt Alan Lowry (Esker Hills) 20th
  10. Des Morgan (New Forest) bt Robert Cannon (Balbriggan) 5/4
  11. Gary O'Flaherty (Cork) bt Daniel Brennan (Shannon) 19th
  12. Gary Collins (Rosslare) bt Jack Pierse (Portmarnock) 1 hole
  13. Tiarnan McLarnon (Massereene) bt Joe Lyons (Galway) 6/5
  14. Jeff Hopkins (The Royal Dublin) bt Gerard Dunne (Co. Louth) 1 up
  15. Mark MacGrath (Limerick) bt Geoff Lenehan (Portmarnock) 2/1
  16. Niall Gorey (Palmerstown Stud) bt Conor Coyne (Youghal) 1 hole.
  1. Stuart Bleakley (Shandon Park) bt Marc Nolan (Delgany) 3/.2
  2. Shaun Carter (Royal Dublin) bt Thomas O'Connor (Athlone) 3/2
  3. Michael Reid (Galgorm Castle) bt Eddie Power (Kilkenny)  1 hole
  4. Pat Murray (Limerick) bt Jonathan Breen (Kirkistown Castle) 1 hole
  5. Rowan Lester (Hermitage) bt Stephen Healy (Carton House) 4/3
  6. Keith Egan (Carton House) bt Steffan O'Hara (Co. Sligo) 5/4
  7. William Hanna (Warrenpoint) bt Daniel Holland (Castle) 5/4
  8. Paul McBride (The Island) bt Shane Whooley (Muskerry) 1 hole
  9. Cian Geraghty (Laytown & Bettystown) bt Karl Purcell (Dun Laoghaire) 2/1
  10. Stephen Barker (Mourne) bt Barry Anderson (Royal Dublin) 1 hole
  11. Eanna Griffin (Waterford) bt Rob Brazill (Naas) 6/4
  12. Paul McCarthy (Mallow) bt Declan King (Tramore) 4/3
  13. Liam Grehan (Mullingar) bt Mark Morrissey (Mount Wolseley) 5/4
  14. John Conroy (Bray) bt Thomas Neenan (Lahinch) 1 hole
  15. Gary McDermott (Carton House) bt Richard Knightly (The Royal Dublin) 2/1
  16. Colin Fairweather (Knock) bt Dan Murphy (Portarlington) 19th
  17. Stuart Grehan (Tullamore) bt Ted Collins (Dun Laoghaire) 5/4
  18. Alan Lowry (Esker Hills) bt Michael Buggy (Castlecomer) 2/1
  19. Des Morgan (New Forest) bt Tony O'Leary (Wexford) 4/2
  20. Robert Cannon (Balbriggan) bt Adam Doran (Ardee) 2 holes
  21. Daniel Brennan (Shannon) bt Andrew McCormack (Newcastle West) 2 holes
  22. Gary O'Flaherty (Cork) bt Declan McInerney (Lahinch) 1 hole
  23. Jack Pierse (Portmarnock) bt Ed Stack (Ballybunion) 5/4
  24. Gary Collins (Rosslare) bt Barry Daly (Edmondstown) 4/3
  25. Tiarnan McLarnon (Massereene) bt Neil McKinstry (Cairndhu) 4/3
  26. Joe Lyons (Galway) bt Brian Doran (Palmerstown Stud) 2 holes
  27. Gerard Dunne (Co. Louth) bt Sean Ryan (The Royal Dublin) 4/3
  28. Jeff Hopkins (The Royal Dublin) bt Ally Purdy (Ballyclare) 5/3
  29. Geoff Lenehan (Portmarnock) bt Michael O'Kelly (Limerick) 20th
  30. Mark MacGrath (Limerick) bt Sean Walsh (Carton House) 6/5
  31. Niall Gorey (Palmerstown Stud) bt Simon Bryan (Delgany) 2/1
  32. Conor Coyne (Youghal) bt Colm Campbell Jnr (Warrenpoint) 3/2.

140 Paul McBride (Island) 72 68 (Leading qualifier), Cian Geraghty (Laytown & Bettystown) 70 70

142 Colm Campbell Jnr (Warrenpoint Golf Club) 74 68, Colin Fairweather (Knock) 74 68, Jeff Hopkins (The Royal Dublin) 72 70

144 Andrew McCormack (Newcastle West Golf Club) 71 73

145 Paul McCarthy (Mallow Golf Club) 74 71, Mark Morrissey (Mount Wolseley Golf Club) 73 72, Tiarnan McLarnon (Massereene Golf Club) 72 73, Keith Egan (Carton House Golf Club) 71 74

146 Gary Collins (Rosslare Golf Club) 76 70

147 Stuart Grehan (Tullamore Golf Club) 77 70, Mark MacGrath (Limerick Golf Club) 74 73, Geoff Lenehan (Portmarnock) 74 73, Des Morgan (New Forest) 70 77

148 Thomas Neenan (Lahinch Golf Club) 79 69, Rob Brazill (Naas Golf Club) 77 71, Gary O'Flaherty (Cork Golf Club) 76 72, Gerard Dunne (Co. Louth Golf Club) 75 73, Robert Cannon (Balbriggan Golf Club) 73 75, Eddie Power (Kilkenny Golf Club) 72 76, Shaun Carter (The Royal Dublin) 71 77

149 Joe Lyons (Galway Golf Club) 78 71, Stephen Barker (Mourne) 77 72, Jack Pierse (Portmarnock) 77 72, Michael Buggy (Castlecomer Golf Club) 75 74, Richard Knightly (The Royal Dublin) 75 74, Simon Bryan (Delgany Golf Club) 74 75, William Hanna (Warrenpoint Golf Club) 73 76

150 Daniel Holland (Castle) 81 69, Niall Gorey (Palmerstown Stud) 80 70, Gary McDermott (Carton House Golf Club) 79 71, Barry Anderson (The Royal Dublin) 79 71, Alan Lowry (Esker Hills) 79 71, Rowan Lester (Hermitage Golf Club) 78 72, Brian Doran (Palmerstown Stud) 78 72, Ed Stack (Ballybunion Golf Club) 78 72, Michael Reid (Galgorm Castle Golf Club) 76 74, Thomas O'Connor (Athlone Golf Club) 76 74, Declan McInerney (Lahinch Golf Club) 75 75, Sean Ryan (The Royal Dublin) 75 75, Eanna Griffin (Waterford) 74 76

151 John Conroy (Bray) 79 72, Tony O'Leary (Wexford Golf Club) 77 74, Sean Walsh (Carton House Golf Club) 77 74, Stephen Healy (Carton House Golf Club) 75 76, Steffan O'Hara (Co. Sligo Golf Club) 74 77, Michael O'Kelly (Limerick Golf Club) 74 77

152 Adam Doran (Ardee) 82 70, Liam Grehan (Mullingar Golf Club) 81 71, Declan King (Tramore Golf Club) 79 73, Daniel Brennan (Shannon) 78 74, Ally Purdy (Ballyclare Golf Club) 77 75, Jonathan Breen (Kirkistown Castle Golf Club) 77 75, Marc Nolan (Delgany Golf Club) 76 76, Stuart Bleakley (Shandon Park Golf Club) 75 77, Pat Murray (Limerick Golf Club) 75 77, Neil McKinstry (Cairndhu Golf Club) 74 78, Barry Daly (Edmondstown Golf Club) 73 79

153 Karl Purcell (Dun Laoghaire Golf Club) 81 72, Dan Murphy (Portarlington Golf Club) 80 73, Conor Coyne (Youghal Golf Club) 78 75, Ted Collins (Dun Laoghaire Golf Club) 78 75, Shane Whooley (Muskerry Golf Club) 77 76, 


153 Justin Kehoe (Limerick Golf Club) 76 77


154 Jake Whelan (Newlands) 82 72, Peter Kane (Ashbourne) 80 74, Jack Walsh (Castle) 80 74, Eoghan Long (Monkstown Golf Club) 78 76, Stephen Watts (Cairndhu Golf Club) 78 76, Colm Crowley (Woodbrook Golf Club) 78 76, David Finn (Doneraile Golf Club) 77 77, Gareth Lappin (Belvoir Park Golf Club) 77 77, Darragh Hogan (Killeen Castle) 77 77, Paul Murphy (Rosslare Golf Club) 76 78, Evan Farrell (Ardee) 76 78, Robert Farrell (New Ross Golf Club) 74 80

155 Paul O'Sullivan (Bray) 82 73, Colin Woodroofe (Blainroe Golf Club) 81 74, David Foy (Laytown & Bettystown) 81 74, James Sugrue (Mallow Golf Club) 80 75, Shane McGlynn (Carton House Golf Club) 80 75, Ryan O'Doherty (Enniscrone Golf Club) 80 75, Richard Bridges (Stackstown Golf Club) 79 76, Gary McGrane (The Royal Dublin) 78 77, Ben Corfee (USA) 78 77

156 Sean Alley (Co. Tipperary Golf Club) 81 75, Matthew McClean (Balmoral Golf Club) 81 75, Alan Purcell (Adare Manor Golf Club) 80 76, Seamus Cullen (Slieve Russell Golf Club) 79 77, Michael Reddan (Limerick Golf Club) 78 78, Tommy O'Driscoll (Killarney Golf Club) 78 78, John Greene (Portmarnock) 77 79, Greg Mungovan (Headfort Golf Club) 77 79, Owen O'Brien (Limerick Golf Club) 77 79, Kevin Power (Kilkenny Golf Club) 75 81

157 Jamie Fletcher (Warrenpoint Golf Club) 84 73, Mathew Kane (Whitehead Golf Club) 82 75, Tony Cleary (Woodstock Golf Club) 80 77, Tristan O'Rourke (Nenagh Golf Club) 79 78, John Hickey (Cork Golf Club) 78 79, Jamie Sutherland (Galgorm Castle Golf Club) 77 80, Mark Mullen (Rosslare Golf Club) 75 82

158 Pat Fitzpatrick (Kanturk Golf Club) 81 77, Peter Sheehan (Ballybunion Golf Club) 81 77, Conor O'Rourke (Naas Golf Club) 81 77, James Monaghan (The Royal Dublin) 79 79, Ian Spillane (Mallow Golf Club) 77 81, Robbie Pierse (Grange) 77 81

159 Keith Daniels (Loughrea Golf Club) 85 74, Jack McDonnell (Forrest Little.) 84 75, Philip Spratt (West Waterford Golf Club) 82 77, Ryan Long (Cairndhu Golf Club) 82 77, Liam Hutchinson (The Royal Dublin) 80 79, Gavin Smyth (Clonmel Golf Club) 79 80, Eoin O'Connor (Ballybunion Golf Club) 78 81, Mark Timmins (Coollattin Golf Club) 77 82

160 Paul Behan (St. Anne's) 83 77, Karl McCormack (Portarlington Golf Club) 83 77, Shane Hogan (Nenagh Golf Club) 82 78, David Reddan (Nenagh Golf Club) 80 80, Dylan Brophy (Castleknock) 79 81

161 Kelan McDonagh (The Royal Dublin) 85 76, Stephen Walsh (Portmarnock) 84 77, John Reynolds (Dungarvan Golf Club) 83 78, Jason O'Leary (Dromoland Golf Club) 82 79, Jamie O'Shea (Shannon) 79 82, Graham Nugent (Kilkenny Golf Club) 79 82

162 Paul Buckley (Kanturk Golf Club) 81 81

163 Eoghan O' Loughlin (Spanish Point Golf Club) 82 81

164 Scott Campbell (Ballyclare Golf Club) 85 79, Ronan O'Grady (Tullamore Golf Club) 85 79, Gavin McKenna (Fortwilliam Golf Club) 84 80, David McMahon (Tralee Golf Club) 82 82, Daniel Hallissey (Muskerry Golf Club) 82 82, Keith Murphy (Charlesland Golf Club) 82 82

165 Tom Griffin (Crews Hill Golf Club) 86 79, Dale Jackson (Massereene Golf Club) 82 83

166 Bob Loftus (Lahinch Golf Club) 88 78, Dean McMahon (Castletroy Golf Club) 85 81, Ruairi O'Connor (Co. Sligo Golf Club) 83 83, Peter Meaney (Cahir Park Golf Club) 83 83

167 Aaron Moore (Adare Manor Golf Club) 83 84, Nicky Duggan (Dromoland Golf Club) 79 88

168 Brian Gilligan (Woodstock Golf Club) 88 80

169 Sean Doyle (Athlone Golf Club) 82 87

172 Paul O'Neill (Shannon) 87 85

177 Ronan Mullane (Dromoland Golf Club) 95 82

180 John Richard (FRANCE) 93 87

NR Sean Poucher (Limerick Golf Club) 83 NR

70 Cian Geraghty (Laytown & Bettystown), Des Morgan (New Forest)

71 Shaun Carter (The Royal Dublin), Andrew McCormack (Newcastle West Golf Club), Keith Egan (Carton House Golf Club)

72 Tiarnan McLarnon (Massereene Golf Club), Eddie Power (Kilkenny Golf Club), Paul McBride (Island), Jeff Hopkins (The Royal Dublin)

73 Robert Cannon (Balbriggan Golf Club), Mark Morrissey (Mount Wolseley Golf Club), William Hanna (Warrenpoint Golf Club), Barry Daly (Edmondstown Golf Club)

74 Mark MacGrath (Limerick Golf Club), Paul McCarthy (Mallow Golf Club), Simon Bryan (Delgany Golf Club), Michael O'Kelly (Limerick Golf Club), Robert Farrell (New Ross Golf Club), Neil McKinstry (Cairndhu Golf Club), Colin Fairweather (Knock), Steffan O'Hara (Co. Sligo Golf Club), Eanna Griffin (Waterford), Colm Campbell Jnr (Warrenpoint Golf Club), Geoff Lenehan (Portmarnock)

75 Sean Ryan (The Royal Dublin), Stuart Bleakley (Shandon Park Golf Club), Mark Mullen (Rosslare Golf Club), Declan McInerney (Lahinch Golf Club), Pat Murray (Limerick Golf Club), Stephen Healy (Carton House Golf Club), Gerard Dunne (Co. Louth Golf Club), Richard Knightly (The Royal Dublin), Michael Buggy (Castlecomer Golf Club), Kevin Power (Kilkenny Golf Club)

76 Thomas O'Connor (Athlone Golf Club), Evan Farrell (Ardee), Marc Nolan (Delgany Golf Club), Gary Collins (Rosslare Golf Club), Michael Reid (Galgorm Castle Golf Club), Gary O'Flaherty (Cork Golf Club), Paul Murphy (Rosslare Golf Club), Justin Kehoe (Limerick Golf Club)

77 Sean Walsh (Carton House Golf Club), Owen O'Brien (Limerick Golf Club), Ally Purdy (Ballyclare Golf Club), David Finn (Doneraile Golf Club), Tony O'Leary (Wexford Golf Club), Rob Brazill (Naas Golf Club), Stuart Grehan (Tullamore Golf Club), Shane Whooley (Muskerry Golf Club), Ian Spillane (Mallow Golf Club), Jamie Sutherland (Galgorm Castle Golf Club), Greg Mungovan (Headfort Golf Club), Jonathan Breen (Kirkistown Castle Golf Club), Robbie Pierse (Grange), Mark Timmins (Coollattin Golf Club), Stephen Barker (Mourne), Gareth Lappin (Belvoir Park Golf Club), Jack Pierse (Portmarnock), John Greene (Portmarnock), Darragh Hogan (Killeen Castle)

78 Ed Stack (Ballybunion Golf Club), Eoghan Long (Monkstown Golf Club), Tommy O'Driscoll (Killarney Golf Club), Ted Collins (Dun Laoghaire Golf Club), Gary McGrane (The Royal Dublin), Joe Lyons (Galway Golf Club), Brian Doran (Palmerstown Stud), Eoin O'Connor (Ballybunion Golf Club), Stephen Watts (Cairndhu Golf Club), Daniel Brennan (Shannon), John Hickey (Cork Golf Club), Rowan Lester (Hermitage Golf Club), Michael Reddan (Limerick Golf Club), Ben Corfee (USA), Colm Crowley (Woodbrook Golf Club), Conor Coyne (Youghal Golf Club)

79 Richard Bridges (Stackstown Golf Club), Tristan O'Rourke (Nenagh Golf Club), Jamie O'Shea (Shannon), Barry Anderson (The Royal Dublin), Nicky Duggan (Dromoland Golf Club), Graham Nugent (Kilkenny Golf Club), Alan Lowry (Esker Hills), John Conroy (Bray), Declan King (Tramore Golf Club), Gary McDermott (Carton House Golf Club), Thomas Neenan (Lahinch Golf Club), James Monaghan (The Royal Dublin), Dylan Brophy (Castleknock), Gavin Smyth (Clonmel Golf Club), Seamus Cullen (Slieve Russell Golf Club)

80 Jack Walsh (Castle), Liam Hutchinson (The Royal Dublin), Dan Murphy (Portarlington Golf Club), Alan Purcell (Adare Manor Golf Club), Niall Gorey (Palmerstown Stud), Shane McGlynn (Carton House Golf Club), James Sugrue (Mallow Golf Club), Peter Kane (Ashbourne), Ryan O'Doherty (Enniscrone Golf Club), Tony Cleary (Woodstock Golf Club), David Reddan (Nenagh Golf Club)

81 Matthew McClean (Balmoral Golf Club), Peter Sheehan (Ballybunion Golf Club), David Foy (Laytown & Bettystown), Karl Purcell (Dun Laoghaire Golf Club), Sean Alley (Co. Tipperary Golf Club), Paul Buckley (Kanturk Golf Club), Liam Grehan (Mullingar Golf Club), Colin Woodroofe (Blainroe Golf Club), Daniel Holland (Castle), Pat Fitzpatrick (Kanturk Golf Club), Conor O'Rourke (Naas Golf Club)

82 Paul O'Sullivan (Bray), Philip Spratt (West Waterford Golf Club), Mathew Kane (Whitehead Golf Club), Eoghan O' Loughlin (Spanish Point Golf Club), Keith Murphy (Charlesland Golf Club), David McMahon (Tralee Golf Club), Jason O'Leary (Dromoland Golf Club), Dale Jackson (Massereene Golf Club), Shane Hogan (Nenagh Golf Club), Jake Whelan (Newlands), Ryan Long (Cairndhu Golf Club), Adam Doran (Ardee), Sean Doyle (Athlone Golf Club), Daniel Hallissey (Muskerry Golf Club)

83 Sean Poucher (Limerick Golf Club), Aaron Moore (Adare Manor Golf Club), Peter Meaney (Cahir Park Golf Club), Karl McCormack (Portarlington Golf Club), Ruairi O'Connor (Co. Sligo Golf Club), John Reynolds (Dungarvan Golf Club), Paul Behan (St. Anne's)

84 Jamie Fletcher (Warrenpoint Golf Club), Stephen Walsh (Portmarnock), Jack McDonnell (Forrest Little.), Gavin McKenna (Fortwilliam Golf Club)

85 Dean McMahon (Castletroy Golf Club), Ronan O'Grady (Tullamore Golf Club), Scott Campbell (Ballyclare Golf Club), Keith Daniels (Loughrea Golf Club), Kelan McDonagh (The Royal Dublin)

86 Tom Griffin (Crews Hill Golf Club)

87 Paul O'Neill (Shannon)

88 Bob Loftus (Lahinch Golf Club), Brian Gilligan (Woodstock Golf Club)

93 John Richard (FRANCE)

95 Ronan Mullane (Dromoland Golf Club)