Some people say he’s boring, others arrogant but when winning four of the last eight Majors comes so effortlessly, you can hardly blame Brooks Koepka for doing things his own way
Ballymena's Dermot McElroy leads the field after a blistering opening 66 on EuroPro duty and there's plenty of Irish behind him who've made good starts too
Conor O'Rourke is amongst five thirsty Irishmen at the D+D REAL Czech Challenge this week where a long drive competition on Sunday will see the winner stumble away with a year's supply of beer.
Designed with the 'aim small, miss small' theory in mind, the Blueprint is an extremely difficult iron to play, which Ping recommend only for highly skilled golfers.
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The K Club has partnered with Mastercard to offer two fantastic experiences for golfers to enjoy The 148th Open while also enjoying a championship golf experience on The K Club’s Arnold Palmer designed championship courses.
The new World No. 39 ranked Lowry has climbed to his highest world ranking in some three years on the back of sharing eighth place at Bethpage Park.
“The thing is, if I start getting obsessed with Portrush I’ll be right back where I was six weeks ago before I won with a gorilla on my back. When there is a big weight on my shoulders, I’m not that good"
80 FedExCup points. $264,395. Up to number 39 in the world. It's time to stick the kettle on because for the first time since February, Shane Lowry's coming home.
Headfort Golf Club will welcome the cream of the European Challenge Tour later this year with confirmation that the 2019 Irish Challenge will be played on the New Course in Kells from October 10-13.
Despite being battered and bruised by Bethpage Park, Graeme McDowell returns in a month to Pebble Beach for the 2019 US Open buoyed by his four-round showing in the PGA Championship.
"I tried over every shot for all 72 holes and I felt I made the most of the opportunities to play this weekend and it meant having a couple of extra days to go out and shoot good scores and get myself up the leader board a little bit," said McIlroy.
With the chasing pack hoping that what went up over the first 54-holes, would come down on the final day, Newton proved unflappable, even allowing himself a triple-bogey at the 16th before sealing a comfortable win.
The Grange GC professional's six under par round of 65 earned him a two-shot margin of victory over Simon Thornton (Tulfarris Golf Resort).