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Irish PGA News

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

Moriarty warms up with five stroke PGA Pro-am victory

Colm Moriarty tuned up for today's starting 110th staging of the Irish PGA Championship in grand fashion by cruising to a five-shot win in Monday’s Pro-am at Roganstown

Massereene’s Kernaghan delighted to claim Irish PGA Assistants crown

“This win will hopefully give me a bit of impetus to get out and compete a bit more. I'm already looking forward to the Irish Championship at the end of the month" - Nathan Kernaghan

Thornton cruises to victory at Vermillion Energy Carne Pro-Am

Simon Thornton gave us all a timely reminder of his golfing talents with an eight shot victory at the Vermillion Energy Pro-Am

Howard and Eivers share the spoils at Cahir Park

Jack Howard and home player, Paul Eivers shared top spot after firing superb six-under par 65s at the latest Irish PGA event, the Cahir Park Pro-Am

O’Briain delighted with 64 after cruising to Cork Pro-Am win

Neil O’Briain gave everyone a reminder of his undisputed talent by firing an eight-under par round of 64 to claim the latest PGA Ireland Pro-Am at Cork Golf Club

Moriarty takes the spoils at Portmarnock Links Pro-Am

The ever-impressive Colm Moriarty took advantage of pristine conditions to score a five-under 66 and win his first event of the season at the Portmarnock Links Pro-Am

Purcell fires sizzling 67 to land inaugural €10,000 Irish Golfer Shootout

Portmarnock’s Conor Purcell bested a field bustling with quality to take top honours at the inaugural Irish Golfer Shootout supported by BMW and Modest! Golf at The K Club

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