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Golf Ireland News

Play underway as Home Internationals make history at Woodhall Spa

The R&A Home International matches are underway with senior women and men, and girls and boys from Ireland, England, Scotland and Wales playing in the same teams for the first time in the traditional round-robin, match play format

Whelan etches his name alongside the greats at Mullingar

Grange's Jake Whelan held his nerve during a nail-biting finale to post a second consecutive 68 for a 15-under par tournament tally and a one-shot win over TJ Ford at the Mullingar Scratch Trophy

Clancy all class in capturing Hermitage Ladies Scratch Cup

Killarney’s Valerie Clancy followed a three-under opening round of 70 with a superb five-under par 68 to capture the coveted Hermitage Ladies Scratch Cup by seven strokes on Sunday

Fearless Ford hits the front at halfway stage in Mullingar

Co. Sligo’s in-form TJ Ford heads the field by three strokes after a stunning 10-under par 36-hole performance on the opening day of this year’s Sherry Fitzgerald Davitt & Davitt and Pinergy sponsored Mullingar Scratch Trophy

Enniscorthy’s Sean Cooper is the 2021 Irish Under-14 Boys Champion. 

Sean Cooper defeated Fota Island’s John Doyle and Belvoir Park’s Evan Hogg in a three-hole playoff, after the trio finished their 36 holes on +3, at Co. Longford GC.

Smith hopes to keep Mullingar Scratch Trophy at home this year

Now in its 59th year, no member of the host golf club has won the famous title. One player looking to change that this weekend is Adam Smith.

Venues announced for R&A Amateur Championships & International matches in 2022

Some of the world’s finest golf courses will host The R&A’s amateur championships and international matches in 2022

Irish teams named for R&A Home Internationals

The teams to represent Ireland at the 2021 R&A Home Internationals have been announced. Woodhall Spa, the home of England Golf, will stage the Girls’,...

Moran and Walsh set to compete in ISPS Handa World Invitational

“I’m pretty laid back with things like this. It’s going to be pretty cool. I’m usually pretty good at playing things down, so I hope that’s an advantage. I reckon when I get up there, it’ll be a lot cooler than I expected," said Moarn

Ford conquers Lahinch to win the South of Ireland

“I can’t believe it”, a shocked Ford said afterwards. “I’ve been dreaming of this, since I was a 10-year-old putting in Sligo. Admittedly it was for the West of Ireland, but I’m not picky. I’m more than happy. It’s an incredible feeling.”

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