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Jan 9th Until then slan agus beannacht and to Kyoichi in Japan sayonara my friend. Cometh the hour cometh the men as Wally, Patrick jnr. Wally and Patrick jnr. I was very disappointed with my 1st round at the Worlds but Pat Morgan gave me a pep talk that reinvigorated my play. Pat said "Come on Ed you'll shoot 10 better tomorrow" and his inspirational words had the desired result as I had a far better score on the final day.
It's people bring new meaning to the words kindness, humility, helpfulness, graciousness and pride of place. They are a proud people and they have so much to be proud about. This was best exemplified by the organizer in chief the wonderful Kyoichi Sugiyama.
The extended ovation that Kyoichi got at the awards banquet spoke volumes for the esteem in which he is held. I know that he contributes substantially to the funding of blind golf but I am even more impressed by his generosity of spirit and the fact that he spent so much of his valuable time with us. His speeches were so well delivered and I believe totally "off the cuff". My wife Joan and everybody else were totally bowled over by his wonderful singing voice.
Seamus Cullen. What can one say about Fr. Seamus, a one off, a force of nature but especially a very special individual. He made a big impression on all the blind golfers and especially the local Japanese competitors. The hotels were first class.
The food was different but it was equally fabulous and Kyoichi saw to it that we had Japanese food every day. Shabu Shabu was the norm with unending amounts of beautifully prepared meals.
Shabu shabu means coating the fish or meat with seasoning and yes I am speaking about raw fish and meat also. The local Kirin beer proved very popular also. Simon and Garfunkel's "Bridge Over Troubled Water" would resonate well with Tokyo except that it would have to be "bridges" as there are a huge number of bridges over the main river and Fr. Seamus, Joan and myself crossed most of them. Mind you the word "troubled" would be misplaced as Tokyo seems to be a trouble free city with low crime rates and wonderful wonderful people. There was at least 20 different countries at the World Championship but I firmly believe that the Irish stood out for their friendliness, their golf and especially their positive attitude.
The Irish were the only team to have a team photograph on the main stage and we were honoured to include Kyoichi in the picture with the Irish team in full regalia. And Finally Yes it's time to call time on this week's blog. I hope it finds you all in good spirits. I hope I didn't go on too much about the World Championship but I believe the uniqueness of the occasion and of our participation demanded as much. The Portmarnock Classic Blog will follow in a couple of days. Great day for our Irish blind golfers who played their second day of the World Championships.
Overall results - Patrick 7th Ed 9th Wally 14th and Paul 38th in overall nett scores. Well done lads. We are all so proud of you and your guides. Latest news in from today's first round of golf of the World Championships has come in. Our lads did incredibly well despite the windy conditions. Roll on tomorrow!
Three of our lads are in the top Come on Ireland. A total of 80 visually impaired golfers played in the one day tournament, which was won by Stefano Palmieri from Italy. Congratulations Stefano. Well done to our own lads whose scores in the Stapleford competition are as follows Super stuff and well done lads. We are so proud of you all. Best of luck in the World Championships tomorrow and Thursday. Knock them outta sight! Follow them on our Facebook Page, Good luck lads. Many interesting pieces of news to relate and of course the results from our Hermitage Classic. But above and beyond any other news was the announcement of a Hall of Fame Award, But more about that later.
Ambulances could be heard coming and going from the nearby Hermitage Clinic but one or two could have been dispatched to the golf course to carry away Patrick's shell shocked opponents such was the precision and ferocity of his play. The talented Dublin 3rd level student now sits proudly at the top of our order of merit table. The Kilkenny resident put in a storming display and was only pipped by one stroke by Patrick Jnr.
When it's put into the equation that Paul was also only one stroke off Patrick's 2nd place finish at Royal Tara it puts into perspective the giant strides being made by the former British Master's champion. The presentation ceremony was very tastefully done by Joe and our own Adrian Downey resplendent in his Team Ireland casog. Jimmy got a well deserved standing ovation.
And you know the smiling Jimmy is still swinging a mighty club as is evidenced by his 3rd place standing in the current Order of Merit table. Well done Jimmy. Well that saying could well apply to our guest at Hermitage Joe Geraghty who made quite an impression with his warm personality and super sense of humour. My mole Near the Hole tells me that the redoubtable Joe runs up to 5 miles a day nearly every day of the week.
As everybody knows we will be under extreme financial pressure to pull it all off but I know that there is a steely determination among our committee and members to make it all a huge success. One of our many supporters in this regard is Angie Morgan who is contributing so much time and effort and the latest being a fund raising venture among her work colleagues that will be a huge help. The big question is where she gets the time and energy. We send our thanks and gura mile mile maith agaibh to all of them. Irish Blind Golf has been awarded four places for the events and will be sending four players.
Fox TV will be covering the event so maybe it's time for some of us to get the hair colour in because you'd never who'd be watching. It's onwards and upwards after that as we all continue to punch above our weights considerable in some cases Until the next time, slan agus beannacht.
Ed's Blog From the Bog Hello everybody agus bhur gcead mile failte to this week's blog coming to you from the beautiful Boyne valley. A short blog this time around because your blogger is in mourning after yesterday's defeat in Croke Park. All and all a wonderful challenge for all of us. But cometh the hour,cometh the man and that man was our esteemed former President,Peter "The Great" Gorey. The musician,choirmaster,instrumentalist,and all round good guy showed a clean pair of heels to the rest of the field and galloped home by several lengths a comfortable winner.
Carol Brill added to her collection of trophies with a great round of golf,while Kilkenny "Cool Cat" Jimmy Murray added to last year's winning prize by snaring the back 9 honours. Colette and her equally charming husband,Declan,honoured us with their presence and their considerable good humour,and the good news is that we hope to do it all again next year.
Many of our members were shocked when they heard that the trophies on display cost little more than euros. He wishes to remain anonymous so thank you very much indeed. See you all at Hermitage GC. And to this week's headline news Like Zach Patrick does not overpower a course with huge drives and long iron shots. He finesses a course with his accuracy and golfing intelligence. For the record Patrick shot a nett 67 to pip your well challenged captain by one stroke.
When all the scores are added up it comes to a cumulative figure of points giving an average per player of It's going to be a toughie but I'm on the side of Even Darren Clarke is besotted with the place.