There's no stopping Eamonn Brady at the moment.
The 41-year-old maintained a remarkably consistent run of form by sharing top spot with Glen Robinson at the Clontarf Low Fuel Card PGA Pro Am on Saturday (May 6th).
With barely a quarter of the season completed, Brady has now racked up five wins and leads the Order of Merit.
Playing at his home club, Eamonn was naturally one of the pre-event favourite and he made a steady start in windy conditions, reeling off eight pars and a birdie at the par four third on the front nine.
His only dropped shot of the day came at the 11th but birdies followed at the 15th and 16th as he came home in one under 34 to sign for a two under 67.
Wexford's Glen Robinson began his round at the 10th and compiled a blemish free outward half of level par 35 with nine straight pars.
Four more pars followed before his first birdie of the day at the par four fifth. He immediately gave the shot back at the sixth but bounced back with birdies at the seventh and eighth, finishing with a par at the ninth as he came home in two under 32.
Brendan McGovern (Headfort) finished a stroke behind after a 68, with Damien Mooney (Ballyliffin) a shot further back on level par.
In the team event Brady guided his amateur partners to victory with 89 points ahead of Keith Shannon and Graeme Dunlea (Adare Manor Resort) with 86.
Clontarf Low Fuel Card PGA Pro-Am
at Clontarf GC (Par 69)
T1 G Robinson (Wexford); E Brady (Clontarf) 67
3 B McGovern (Headfort) 68
4 D Mooney (Ballyliffin) 69
5 N Howley (Balbriggan) 70
T6 N Murray (Massereene); I Kerr (Carlow); W O'Callaghan (Fernhill Golf &CC) 71
T9 J Bolger (Kilkenny); B Kerley (Dundalk); J Kelly (St Margaret's); M McDermott (Pure Golf Leopardstown) 72