Eddie McCormack

Morris tracked by McCormack and Carvill in Ulster Mid-Amateur

Belvoir Park's Andrew Morris fired six birdies in a super 67 to take a one-stroke lead over defending champion Eddie McCormack into the final round of the Ulster Mid-Amateur at County Cavan.

Morris tracked by McCormack and Carvill in Ulster Mid-Amateur

Grehan leads East by six shots and biggest halfway lead for eight years

Tullamore’s Stuart Grehan birdied two of his last three holes for a second round 69 and the biggest halfway lead in the CityNorth Hotel sponsored East of Ireland Amateur Open for eight years.

Grehan leads East by six shots and biggest halfway lead for eight years

Take on Eddie McCormack for £35 - Ulster Mid-Am deadline extended (but only until Monday)

Farnham Estate and Co Cavan are two of the finest parklands in Ulster and if you need another excuse to tee it up in the Ulster Mid Amateur Open from June 6-7, apart from the risible £35 entry fee for three rounds of golf plus practice rounds, denying Eddie McCormack another win could be a fun challenge.

Take on Eddie McCormack for £35 - Ulster Mid-Am deadline extended (but only until Monday)

Corry wins St Patrick's Plate over Rosapenna's Old Tom Morris links

Newtownstewart's Eugene Corry won the prestigious St Patrick's Links Plate on the Old Tom Morris Links at Rosapenna on Saturday, bringing down the curtain on 2014 for the Northwestern Golfing Alliance.

Corry wins St Patrick's Plate over Rosapenna's Old Tom Morris links

O'Flaherty two clear in Connacht Mid-Am

Irish champion Gary O'Flaherty will take a two-stroke lead into Sunday's final round of the Connacht Mid-Amateur Championship at Galway Golf Club.

O'Flaherty two clear in Connacht Mid-Am

Fast Eddie McCormack wins Ulster Mid-Am by six

Eddie McCormack enjoyed a successful return to his native Co Cavan when romped to a six-shot win in the Ulster-Mid Amateur Championship at Farnham Estate.

Fast Eddie McCormack wins Ulster Mid-Am by six

Haugh takes Munster Mid-Amateur by three

Castletroy's Eamonn Haugh shone in the sunshine at Limerick Golf Club, carding a two under 70 to win the Maldron Hotel Limerick sponsored Munster Mid-Amateur by three strokes.

Haugh takes Munster Mid-Amateur by three

Haugh in front in Munster Mid-Amateur

Castletroy's Eamonn Haugh made four birdies in his last seven holes to add a 69 to his opening 72 and take a one-stroke lead into Sunday's final round of the Munster Mid-Amateur Championship at Limerick Golf Club.

Haugh in front in Munster Mid-Amateur