Colm Moriarty carded a four under par round of 68 to win the Dr William Flynn Memorial Pro-Am at Shannon on Monday.
The winner of last year's PGA Ulster Championship, produced a bogey free round of golf to beat David Ryan, Damien McGrane and Liam Bowler by two shots.
The 35-year-old went to the turn in three under 35 with birdies at the third, fifth and eighth.
He continued his smooth progess after the turn, carding eight pars and a birdie at the par four 15th.
Damien McGrane and his team of amateurs claimed the pro-am prize with a fine score of 92 points.
Dr William Flynn Memorial Pro-Am
Sponsored by Taylor Made
at Shannon Golf Club (Par 72)
1 C Moriarty (Drive Golf Performance Ltd) 68
T 2 D Ryan (Cahir Park GC); D McGrane; L Bowler (Wexford GC) 70
T 5 E Brady (Clontarf GC); N Murray (Massereene GC); C Molloy (Blackwood GC); M McDermott (Pure Golf Leopardstown) 71
T 9 J Bolger (Kilkenny GC); D Higgins (Waterville GC); N O'Briain (Old Conna GC); D Sugrue (Killarney Golf & Fishing Club) 72