Shane Lowry will find himself under the microscope for a different reason this week in the Mardi Gras capital of New Orleans.
“The positives I take away is that it’s the best I’ve hit the ball in a while. I've already won this year and had another great chance to win, I suppose I'm doing things right.” Shane Lowry
Drawing on inspiration from the company’s first metalwoods, the new Mini Driver fits in your bag between the big stick and your fairway woods, providing another tee shot option for the modern generation.
2019 IRISH GOLFER EVENT SERIES
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“I hit the ball pretty well off the tee, which gave me a lot of chances," said Lowry after his round.
Joe Dillon and Neil O’Briain claimed top-30 finishes at EuroPro Tour Q-School and are the only two Irish players to gain Category 3 status.
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.