Sunshine Tour — Kevin Phelan finished tied 22nd behind George Coetzee in the Dimension Data Pro-Am in South Africa.
The waterford native ,made seven birdies in a five under par 67 on the Montagu Course at Fancourt to finish on 10 under par and pick up 47,737 rand (€2,784). Scores
The Island's Gavin Moynihan made his first cheque as a professional. earning €1,302 (22,325 rand) for his share of 48th.
The 21-year old Walker Cup star dropped just one stroke in a three under par 69 as winner Coetzee finished birdie-birdie-eagle two days in a row on the Montagu course at Fancourt to win the 2016 Dimension Data Pro-Am. Report
Coetzee shot a 66 to win by one stroke from compatriot Dean Burmester on 21 under par.
Level par for O'Driscoll and Carey in Egypt
Alps Tour — Tommy O'Driscoll and David Carey are tied for 15th after the opening round of the Dreamland Pyramids Open in Egypt.
Battling tough. windy conditions, 19-year old Carey played well from tee to green but struggled to get the pace of the slow greens and was disappointed to cancel out three birdies with three bogeys for a level par 72.
He was joined on that mark by Killarney rookie O'Driscoll, whose brother Eamonn, playing as an amateur, shot a six over 78.
Lilly prevails in Hilary at Seapoint
Hilary Golf Society — Slade Valley six-handicapper Terry Lilly was a clear winner of the second outing in the RaboDirect sponsored Hilary Golf Society at Seapoint.
In extremely testing conditions, he shot 73 to beat Royal Dublin's Richard Knightly (plus 1) by a single shot.
Corballis' David Lowry shot 78 to win the gross prize and Howth's Eugene O'Neill finished third with 76.
Eugene was joined by Eamonn Mc Cartan (Greenore), Lloyd O'Rourke (Naas) and Shane Darby (Royal Dublin) with a winning team score of 63.
Next outing: Laytown and Bettystown, Sunday March 6th.