Paul Downey is crowned Golfer of the Year at Banbridge

Paul Downey has played brilliant golf throughout the 2013 season.

His biggest win was undoubtedly the Bin 66 in mid-August when he shot a nett 60 or 45 points.

He had several other high finishes and that all resulted in him winning the prestigious Golfer of The Year title.

The top 40 in the points table are as follows:

Paul Downey 313 points, Richard Coburn 297, Seamus McGrath 258, Andrew Quinn 257, Jonathan Burns 256, Brian Grimes 249, Rory Madeley 231, Luke Woods 228, Kenny Baines 225, Jim Matthews 223, Gareth Magee 220, Eamon McAnarney 214, James Bryson 212, Albert Morrison 206, Ken Jones 200, Cathal McAnarney 200, Kenny Whan 200, Robert Clydesdale 198, Gary Hazley 194, Callum McCandless 192, Cathal McNiff 192, Bill McCandless 186, Alan McVey 183, Johnny Ward 182, Alex Clarke 182, Kieran Magennis 176, Neil Comiskey 175, Ryan Simpson 165, Verdun Bond 164, John McDowell 161, William Malcolmson 161, Aidan Lavery 160, John Crothers 158, Alan Dale 156, Sherwin Curran 154, T. Lyle Rea 150, Jim Gracey 150, Adam McGregor 147, Kerry McCluskey 146, Shane Rooney 142.

Anyone in that list should be happy with their season and Paul Downey should be ecstatic.

The fact that he won the Golfer of the Year in 2013 should take pride of place on his CV.