Shane Lowry remains in great shape heading into the final round at the RBC Heritage despite dropping one stroke behind American, Dustin Johnson on moving day at Hilton Head.
The sun shone on the opening day of the Irish Golfer Event Series 2019 and there was plenty of hot scoring to match at a pristine Baltray.
Shane Lowry maintained his overnight lead at the RBC Heritage despite the weather as his round was ground to a halt twice on day two, with the Clara man one stroke clear with two holes still to complete before players officially reach the halfway stage at Hilton Head.
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2019 IRISH GOLFER EVENT SERIES
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Unfortunately Ireland's Stephanie Meadow struggled to get anything going on day one of the Lotte Championship in Hawaii and finished well down the field.
After her win at Clemson, Julie McCarthy leading one again at the SEC Invitational at Greystone Country Club.
Olivia Mehaffey received an early Easter present as she won the Pac-12 women's golf championship at the Palos Verdes Golf Club in California.
Luke Donnelly ensured his safe passage to the last day of EuroPro Tour qualifying as he leads the Irish challenge after day two at Q-School Final Stage at Frilford Heath.
Stephanie Meadow returns to action tonight refreshed and raring to go as the LPGA Tour heads to stunning Hawaii for the Lotte Championship, April 17-20.
For most golfers, difficulties in perfecting their swing far outweigh the worries of being able to see the golf ball, but for Carol Brill, this is one dilemma she has had to overcome.