“Massive, massive,” enthused an elated Sean Flanagan, after he dramatically captured the Cathedral Eye Clinic sponsored North of Ireland Amateur Golf Championship Final at Royal Portrush on Friday last (July 15).
20-year-old Longford native Sean claimed the silverware with a very composed 3&1 victory over Massereene’s Tiarnan McLarnon.
“It’s a big stepping stone for me,” remarked Sean, who is hoping the Home Internationals will be the next thing on his schedule.
Son of Kevin and Siobhan, and a former student at Mercy Secondary School, Ballymahon, Sean produced a nerveless putting display in his first major final.
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