Limerick's Tim Rice fired a five-under-par 67 to win the third outing of the Munster PGA Winter Series at Killarney's pristine Mahony's Point.
The Irish PGA champion won by a shot from Monkstown's Cian McNamara with Fota Island's Jack Howard and Cahir Park's David Ryan a shot further back.
Lahinch's Donal McSweeney was fifth with a 70 as Rice led Alan O’Meara, Jamie O’Sullivan and David Whyte to the team prize on a day when 28 PGA professionals teed it up.
Whyte also took the over 45s prize on a day when all members were delighted to hear that Dooks' Danny Sugrue is on the mend after undergoing major surgery recently.
Munster PGA Winter Series
#3 Killarney (Mahony’s Point), Sponsored by TaylorMade Golf (John Caulfield)
1. Tim Rice, Limerick (67)
2. Cian McNamara, Monkstown (68)
T3. Jack Howard, Fota Island (69); David Ryan, Cahir Park (69)
5. Donal McSweeney, Lahinch (70)
- Over 45: David Whyte
- Team: Tim Rice, Alan O’Meara, Jamie O’Sullivan, David Whyte.
- Next outing: Castletroy, December 11