Leading money winner Seamus Power continued his sensational season on the eGolf Professional Tour when he finished in a five-way tie for fourth in the Forest Oaks Classic.
The West Waterford star closed with a three under 69 to finish on 16-under 272, seven shots behind runaway winner Jack Fields to each another $4,000. Scores
It's been a special season so far for Power, who earned career win No. 3 at the Cowans Ford Open in March.
The 27-year-old has amassed $42,298 in earnings, thanks to top-6 finishes in each of his seven starts, including a staggering six top-4s.
Former East of Ireland winner Cian Curley has been chasing starts on the PGA Tour.
In April he played the pre-qualifier for the Wells Fargo Championship and made it to the qualifier proper but did not make it through. Last week he pre-qualified for Monday's qualifier for the Travelers Championship plans to try and Monday qualify for the Greenbrier Classic and the John Deere Classic over the next few weeks.
He will then return to Ireland later his summer to play the back-to-back PGA Europro Tour events at Concra Wood and Mount Wolseley in August before returning to the US to try to qualify for the Wyndham Championship.
All going well, he should be sharp for the European Tour and Web.com Tour Q-Schools in the autumn.