Westchester Father-Daughter Goes Brogue With Ireland Win

Steve and Kaitlyn Lee topped 32 teams from around the world in County Kerry



No luck needed for these two.

Photo courtesy of Carr Golf

Westchester Country Club golfers and father-daughter duo Steve and Kaitlyn Lee took their winning ways across to the pond to win the 9th World Invitational Father & Daughter Tournament held last month on Waterville Golf Links in County Kerry, Ireland. The Lees won the 36-hole event with a record-breaking six under par gross total. The victory comes on the heels of their recent first-place finish in the Winged Foot Father & Daughter Tournament in Mamaroneck.

Bill McGuiness and his daughter, Mary, from Pine Valley Country Club and Tavistock Country Club in Florida, were second in the gross division, with Michael and Stephanie Sullivan from Garden City County Club on Long Island finishing third. James and Mary Layden from Bel Air Golf Club in Los Angeles won the net category.

Carr Golf hosted 32 teams hailing from the U.S., Canada and Ireland at Waterville, one of the world’s most challenging seaside courses. The company was founded by Joe Carr, an Irish champion with other over tournament victories including three British Amateur titles. His sons operate the tour company today.

 

 

 

 

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