Conor O’Rourke knows aggression will be key to successful pro pursuit

In the professional game, pars don’t win tournaments, birdies do and Naas professional, Conor O’ Rourke is more determined than ever to get them

Remembering Baltray; The week that changed Shane Lowry’s life

It's 10 years to the day since Shane Lowry shocked the golfing world winning the Irish Open at Baltray as an amateur. 10 years on, we caught up with the Clara golfer to talk about that fateful Sunday

Trading Places – Chris Selfridge swaps players lounge for caddie shack

Injury prematurely ended the playing career of Chris Selfridge but he has stayed in the game he loves as caddie to Michael Hoey

Neil Manchip, National coach and Ireland’s Pied Piper

Neil Manchip is an integral part of Irish golf. As National Coach for over ten years he’s seen it all and done it all, with some of the best Ireland has ever produced.

Modest! Golf’s Niall Horan and Mark McDonnell exclusive Q&A

Irish Golfer talks exclusively to Modest! Golf directors Niall Horan and Mark McDonnell to discuss their first Irish signings. It’s been over two years since Niall Horan was involved in setting up Modest! Golf with...

Colm Campbell – Ireland’s Anchor Man

Ireland’s Anchor Man. It has a certain ring to it, but Colm Campbell’s roots remain firmly in South Down and Warrenpoint Golf Club. The club helped him to become the player he is today,...

One in a million – McGrane takes the reins at Carlow Golf Club

Damien McGrane’s not wrong when he tells me that he’s “one in a million”. After 12 years plying his trade on the European Tour, the Kells man returned to the PGA regional circuit in...

Paul Dunne reflects on a great 2017 ahead of EurAsia Cup

Cast your mind back to late July, 2015. It was the month a then 22-year-old Irish amateur from Greystones announced himself to the world on the biggest stage of them all, The Open Championship,...

Waterville’s David Higgins – The quiet man

It’s been a long season for David Higgins, and with the last of the competitive golf behind him, the Waterville native can look back on 2017 as another successful year. Starting with the Munster PGA...

Leona Maguire is destined for a big future

In the current issue of Irish Golfer Magazine, front cover star Leona Maguire spoke to IGM about her life at Duke University, her recent British Amateur victory and of course what lies ahead for...
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