With history in the making, we sent Liam Kelly to catch up with the Irish Ladies Golf Union Chief Executive who’s overseeing the transition to Golf Ireland
We caught up with LPGA Tour bound Leona Maguire as she prepares to make the leap to the top tier of women’s professional golf #20×20 #CantSeeCantBe
No punches pulled in this exclusive interview with the former European Tour winner on the future of the PGA professional & Ireland’s aspiring Tour pros
If ever a man can be said to have done it his way, that man is John McGuirk, founder of @McGuirksGolf, the leading retailers of golf equipment and accessories in Ireland
Lisa Maguire has taken the brave decision to swap a life on the fairways for a career off it as she enters a new stage in her journey with Modest! Golf Management
All set for Stage Two Q-School next week, we caught up with Galway’s Ronan Mullarney to discuss an obsession with golf that’s brought him to this point
Waterford native Ian St John was living out a dream before a twist of fate struck him down. His ongoing battle to walk again is a lesson to us all
We caught up with Lisburn’s Paula Grant who is living proof that it doesn’t have to be one thing or the other when it comes to work and play; balance can be found
We caught up with 26-year old, Caolan Rafferty who will be the senior member of this year’s GB&I Walker Cup side that includes Conor Purcell and James Sugrue
Dundalk amateur, Brendan Lawlor continues to defy logic with his staggering performances in the name of Disabled Golf but he’s nowhere near finished yet
Pat Ruddy was Ireland’s first full-time golf writer and is owner and architect of the European Club at Brittas Bay. Peter Finnan sat down with the legendary golf course designer to discuss his most proud works to date, the state of modern golf and his hopes for the future.
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
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
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 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.