Guerrier wins as McGee leads Irish players home

​Ruaidhri McGee claimed the honour of leading Irishman at Mount Wolseley on Sunday as France's Julien Guerrier landed the Sport Ireland supported Irish Challenge title in style.

  • 17 September 2017

​PHOTO: Winner at Mount Wolseley, Julien Guerrier of France. Photo by Golffile.

Guerrier ended his week six shots clear of the chasing pack, 17 under par the winning total. He played his final 48 holes this week in 16-under par with not a single dropped shot from the 6th hole in Friday's second round.

McGee signed for his third 69 in a row following an opening 75 and the Team Ireland supported golfer finished his week in a tie for 15th. He picks up the Christy O'Connor Memorial Trophy for his troubles and will move up the Race to Oman standings heading into the crucial home-stretch of the season.

Injury plagued Chris Selfridge will take satisfaction from a solid performance on home soil, the Ulsterman ending the week on level par, with fellow northerner Cormac Sharvin one shot further back on one-over par.

David Carey from Dublin, who got a place in the field from Team Ireland Golf finished inside the top 50 on three-over par.