Maynooth’s Ryan Griffin is in second place after an opening 70 at the R&A Student Tour Series final while a host of Irish players have also started well
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Kilkenny’s Mark Power is in the mix despite a late double bogey on college duty at the Calusa Cup while Mairead Martin secured a point for Louisville University at the Wolfpack Match Play
Despite a back nine charge, Beth Coulter had to settle for a share of third place at the European Nations at Royal Club de Golf Sotogrande
Lauren Walsh agonisingly missed out on a date with Augusta National today after she missed the final round cut by one at the Augusta National Women’s Amateur.
Beth Coulter will need something special if she is to lift silverware today after she struggled to a moving day 78 at the European Nations Championship
Lauren Walsh is on course to make the final round cut and play a competitive round at Augusta National on Saturday at the weather delayed Augusta National Women’s Amateur
Kirkistown golfer Beth Coulter battled hard to grind out a two-over 74 to leave her on five-over just two shots adrift of the lead
Research led by The R&A together with England Golf, Golf Ireland, Scottish Golf and Wales Golf demonstrates how the sport is still thriving despite competing leisure activities becoming available again
The 99th edition of the West of Ireland is set for Rosses Point Links in two weeks’ time and the tournament has announced a new sponsor in the shape of Connolly’s Audi.
Lauren Walsh faces a battle to make the cut at the Augusta National Women’s Amateur after a first round of four-over 76 at Champions Retreat.
Robert Moran and Beth Coulter ground out scores in difficult scoring conditions at a windy Sotogrande
Best of luck to Lauren Walsh who gets underway tomorrow at the Augusta National Women’s Amateur
Many of Ireland’s top amateurs are to play at Royal Portrush next month in a major new one-day 36-hole stroke competition for men and women.
For the first time in the history of the European Nations Championship, Ireland will be represented by both a men’s and women’s team this week
Following the recent Golf Ireland AGM a number of digital assets are now available to golf clubs and we also have our first female President of the governing body