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Feature Interviews

Eamonn Darcy – a lifetime in golf and a legend that will live forever 

Darcy's career-defining moment came in the Ryder Cup at Muirfield Village in 1987. Liam Kelly catches up with Eamonn for a brilliant chat about an extraordinary lifetime in golf

Forever knocking on the door – Caolan Rafferty 

Dundalk's Caolan Rafferty boasts an amateur CV more exciting than most but between his Walker Cup omission and a lack of pro invites, there's a curious case to be made that the 28-year old is perhaps Irish golf's most undervalued talent

Brendan Lawlor’s journey is only getting started

He might've seen his playing schedule stopped in its tracks by Covid-19 but Brendan Lawlor continues to put in the hours behind the scenes, chomping at the bit ahead of his eagerly-anticipated return to the fairways

Evergreen Langer still loving life on the fairway at 63

We caught up with Mercedes Benz Ambassador Bernhard Langer who made history in November when becoming the oldest player to make the halfway cut at the Masters. Who's to say he's not about to better his own feat?

The Big Interview – Gavin Moynihan

We caught up with Gavin Moynihan ahead of his return to work this week in Kenya, reflecting on a torrid time on the fairways in 2020 and his path back to the Promised Land of the European Tour

Big changes spell bright future for Olivia Mehaffey

We caught up with the world amateur number 17 to talk about the challenges of 2020, from dealing with online trolls to an unexpected fifth year at ASU that might just prove her most important ahead of turning pro

Power Play – an interview with Kilkenny’s Mark Power

Before playing all four days at the Irish Open, we sat down with Mark to discuss everything from once outplaying the latest European Tour sensation to the sandwich that cost him at this year’s Amateur!

25 years and still the same Harrington 

25 years since turning professional, a now 49-year old Padraig Harrington shares his memories of the Irish Open and the secret that led him to home success at Adare Manor in 2007

Irish Golfer Podcast | Padraig Harrington | Episode 7

From Adare Manor to Carnoustie, Birkdale and beyond, the European Ryder Cup captain continues to leave his mark on the world stage, though not as much as he would’ve hoped this year

The Old Head from Kinsale

This year’s Byron Nelson Award recipient, John Murphy has adopted a powerful mindset that should prove a lethal weapon as he embarks on another year with Louisville highlighted by a PGA Tour date for 2021

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