Former Ireland International Soccer star Robbie Keane will join his friend Niall Horan in the Pro Am at the ISPS Handa World Invitational presented by AVIV Clinics at Galgorm this Wednesday, August 10
Golf Ireland has selected six players for the upcoming World Amateur Team Championships in Paris, including top-50 (WAGR) ranked Lauren Walsh
Having only decided to tee it up in the Great White North as part of a family holiday, Harrington has posted his third top-3 finish in succession and his sixth top-10 this season.
No matter your chosen line of employment there are always those weeks where the best intentions never come to fruition. Shane Lowry had one of those weeks at The Wyndham
Maguire pleased to show potential in final round of Women’s Open as Buhai triumphs in mammoth play-off
Leona Maguire was pleased she was able to show the potential she felt she had all week in the final round of the AIG Women’s Open as she secured the best Major finish of her career at Muirfield.
Paul Dunne picked up his first top-20 at any level since May 2019 as he finished tied for 20th at the Cazoo Open supported by Gareth Bale on the DP World Tour.
John Murphy made it back-to-back third place finishes on the Challenge Tour as a solid final round saw him end the Vierumäki Finnish Challenge on the final podium place.
“That was the main goal for the year to get into one of the G4D events on the DP World Tour just to play alongside or to be in the same field as the top European Tour professionals.”
A fifth dropped shot of the day on 10 dropped him five shy of leader Kirk Triplett but the US Senior Open champion showed his trademark grit and determination and came roaring back with birdies on 11, 12 and 18.
“The wind really got up on the back nine. First six holes weren’t bad. You had to kind of take advantage of those first six, and I gave myself a few chances and didn’t really take advantage of them enough.”
A level-par 71 gave Paul Dunne an opportunity to register a first top-10 finish on the DP World Tour since 2019 at the Cazoo Open
“I took a week off recently I was just mentally drained. I’m in a much better place in terms of my mental approach to the game, really enjoying it and I love being out there competing, long may it continue.”
“I’ve been putting myself in good positions, in the last three weeks, I’ve been in the final group or close to it. This is why I get up in the morning and practice. This is what we live for as golfers, for moments like this,” said Murphy
“Surely to eagle the last is definitely the icing on the cake for a good day, you know, stayed patient after that. It was tough in the wind, but I was in a good place nearly all the round.”
On a spectacular day in Newlands Golf Club Michael McGeady, Sean O’Donoghue and Richard Kilpatrick were locked together at the top of the leaderboard at the Ballymore sponsored Pro-Am.