Waterville’s David Higgins refused to shy away from the thoughts of victory ahead of the Irish PGA Championship’s return to Carne this week from August 18-20
Irish PGA News
The magnificent rugged Carne Golf Links will once again play host to the Irish PGA Championship 2022 from 17th to 20th August
After a 65, Colm Moriarty and Liam Grehan were tied at the top in Kilkee Castle with the Glasson man claiming the John Short Salver on a count back.
The cream rose to the top of the leaderboard at the Cahir Park Pro-Am with Liam Grehan and Simon Thornton proving inseparable after signing for three-under 68s
On a spectacular day in Newlands Golf Club Michael McGeady, Sean O’Donoghue and Richard Kilpatrick were locked together at the top of the leaderboard at the Ballymore sponsored Pro-Am.
“It’s never easy to win these things and I’m still addicted to figuring out this game” admitted Rice after a great win at the Elm Park pro-am
The tournament hosted by Gavin Kavanagh proved a stern test and in the end it was Moriarty and Robinson who stood tallest with four-under 65s edging out Knock’s Nicholas Grant by the minimum.
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Debilitating injury forced an early retirement from competitive golf for Donal Gleeson but he’s back to his best now and looking forward to life on the golf course again
Tullamore’s Stuart Grehan came out on the right side of a ding-dong battle against the K Club’s own Liam Grehan to seal an impressive one-shot victory at the CFM sponsored €100,000 K Club Pro-Am
Tullamore’s Stuart Grehan will take a one shot lead into the final day of the CFM sponsored €100,000 K Club Pro-Am where the K Club’s own Liam Grehan and Limerick’s Tim Rice head a high-quality chasing pack
The Grange professional held off a stern challenge from Headfort’s Brendan McGovern who shot a two-under 68 to take a share of second place alongside Glen Robinson of Craddockstown.
The €100,000 K Club Pro-Am sponsored by CFM Group will take place over two days on July 11 and 12
After an opening 70 Higgins teed off in a share of the lead with Richard O’Donovan and despite two late bogeys his 72 proved just enough to edge out serial winner Richard Kilpatrick by the minimum on two-under.
Kilpatrick also won the Malahide Pro-Am and Carlow Pro-Am and was among the early starters so was playing the waiting game all afternoon