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Modern Tyres Golf Classic 2016 raises £5000 for Make-A-Wish

12 Teams went head to head at the Lough Erne Golf Resort at this years Modern Tyres Golf Classic. With over 50 golfers and special guests for the day, it was the makings of yet another memorable event.

This years Modern Tyres Golf Classic was truly a first class event. Special guests included Roy Carroll - Northern Ireland goalkeeper, Alastair Fisher - Current leader of the Irish Tarmac Rally Championship and Liam Beckett - Sunday Life Sports Columnist and BBC Sports Pundit. And of course the Master of Ceremonies was the one and only whip-smart, Adrian Logan.


Over the course of many years now, the event has been held at the Lough Erne Golf Resort. A five star retreat with views to match. As always their professionalism and hospitality are second to none.



This summer ’s weather has been pretty stellar and on the day the conditions were perfect the whole day. The tee-off boasted an incredible view of Castlehume Lough and the golf course has some of the most scenic and tranquil views in Ireland.


With breakfast over, Tee-off’s finished, lunch eaten, the last teams to putt into the 18th hole, preparations began for the evening session of discussion, speeches, fine wine and fine dining.


Each of the guest speakers enlightened the diners with inspirational stories and brought a heartfelt aura to the proceedings. Roy, Alastair and Liam where all true gentlemen and provided the evening with a taste of wisdom and pride.


Adrian Logan soon made off with the serenity and replaced it with his own unique slap-bang sense of humour that brought tears to our eyes with laughter. There truly was no better host - a true Master of Ceremonies with the twists and turns of the finest game show hosts.


The prizegiving ceremony commenced and the winners are as follows:

Team Competition

1st Place: Neil McKibben and Johnny Mayne from Team Mercedes Benz Truck and Van

2nd Place Garfield Harrison and John Marks from Team Export and Freight Magazine

3rd Place Rob Ireland and Daniel Mcilroy from Team Dennison Commercials



1st: Stephen Irvine

2nd: Johnny Mayne

3rd: Garfield Harrison


Longest Drive

Johnny Mayne


Closest to the Pin

Stephen Irvine


Best Dressed

Tony Wan


It didn’t end there. During the evening dinner, Adrian Logan turned Auctioneer Extraordinaire for the Make-A-Wish Foundation and several items were auctioned off including a football signed by the Northern Ireland Football team, a rugby Shirt signed by the Ulster Rugby team, Liam Beckett’s signed copy of ‘Full Throttle’ a book about the incredible partnership between Liam Beckett and Robert Dunlop. Roy Carroll’s goalkeeper gloves and Alastair Fishers personal copy of ‘King Fisher’ a book celebrating the life and career of Irish rally legend Bertie Fisher. A whopping £5000 was raised though kind donations and the auction itself, making everyone winners on the day.



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