Shannon golfer Danny Brennan continues to impress during his stay in America with the Wildcats at Bethune-Cookman University.

For the second month in succession, Danny was named Co-Golfer of the Month for the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC), by the conference office from its headquarters in Norfolk, Virginia.
During March, Danny led Bethune-Cookman as the Wildcats won two of the four tournaments in which they competed.
He took individual gold in the Gary Freeman Spring Invitational after shooting a 2-over 218 (76-69-73), and he also helped his team to gold tied at the Lonnie Barton Invitational.
In February, he completed a final round of 73 to help Bethune-Cookman win the Gary Freeman Spring Invitational at LPGA International. This was a two-day, 54-hole event.
Danny carded a 1-over par 73 in his final round, defeating Fort Wayne’s Zach Schroeder by a single stroke to capture the individual medalist award.
A former St Caimin’s student, Danny represented Munster in the interprovincial championships while a young member of Shannon Golf Club and was ranked in the top 15 Irish boy golfers.
Prior to leaving for the US, he also attended the Darren Clarke Golf School in Antrim and he even found time to have his own book published, ‘Think, Grow, Live’.