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PGA in Ireland pushing hard for golf’s safe return

The PGA insists they have “been working tirelessly to campaign for the safe return of golf” having made a strong case to the Irish Government as to why the sport should be one of the first activities to resume once restrictions ease

A great opportunity to work with the PGA in Ireland

Looking for a job in golf? The PGA Southern Branch is seeking a suitable candidate to act as Tournament Administrator for the Regional Branch

Portmarnock Links to host Irish Challenge

The Irish Challenge will take place over a links course for the first time in the event’s history when the next generation of golfing stars visit the prestigious Portmarnock Links from May 27-29

Irish trio enjoy resounding Arnold Palmer Cup success

Olivia Mehaffey, Mark Power and Caolan Rafferty all enjoyed weeks to remember as the International team claimed 14 of the 24 points up for grabs during the Wednesday singles matches to earn their second consecutive Palmer Cup

Walton “honoured” to etch name on Moran Cup

Portmarnock Links professional Brendan Walton said it was “such an honour” to get his name on the famous Moran Cup after cruising to a four stroke win at Royal Dublin

Doheny shines in the sun at Connemara Pro-Am

Callan's Brian Doheny posted back-to-back 69s to win the 36-hole Connemara Pro-Am on Sunday and in doing so, brought the curtain down on the official PGA in Ireland season

O’Rourke masterclass romps home at The K Club Pro-am

Conor O'Rourke produced a scintillating eight-under par round of 64 to beat a stellar field that included three-time Major winner Padraig Harrington at The K Club Pro-am sponsored by CFM Group

Kilpatrick at the double on Irish PGA circuit

Banbridge's Richard Kilpatrick earned his second win on the bounce with victory at the Greystones Pro-Am on Sunday

Day 2 washout as Irish PGA reduced to two rounds at Roganstown

With a cut no longer in operation, all players advance to Thursday's final round with Colm Moriarty and Shane Jenkinson tied at the top at three-under par. The leaders tee off at 1.20pm

Moriarty & Jenkinson head the field after day one in Roganstown

Colm Moriarty and Shane Jenkinson carded three-under par 68's to be sharing top spot after day one of the 110th Irish PGA Championship at Roganstown Hotel and Country Club

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