Monkstown GC’s Shane Irwin went wire-to-wire to claim the Nuremore Irish PGA Assistants’ Championship title
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Colm Moriarty bagged a fourth win in quick succession on the PGA circuit as his love affair with Castlewarden continued on Sunday
“First time doing the double for me,” he tweeted after Kilpatrick had amassed 100 points alongside his amateur partners to also win the team prize
Joe Dillon (Headford GC) carded a brilliant course-record 63 (-9) to ease to victory in the SMJ & Darwin Construction Thurles Pro-Am.
Expectant professionals and some of our leading amateurs will take their chances at the €40,000 qualifier for the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open, June 29-30
“I played some very good golf, maybe right up there with some of the best golf I’ve played because it is a really tough course, a great test and one that improves every time we return”
The Greenore GC professional, making only his second start of the season, posted a four-under par 67 in sunny conditions at the Belfast course
David Higgins returned a moving day one-under par 71 to jump up 4 places into a share of ninth ahead of the final round at the PGA’s flagship tournament
Michael McGeady travelled to England for this week’s PGA Professional Championship with a spring in his step after winning the 36-hole Vermilion Energy Carne Pro-Am by three shots on Sunday.
“It’s always one of the most popular Pro-Am’s amongst the players. We get such a great welcome up there and it’s one of the most beautiful parts of the world” – Moriarty on Dunfanaghy
Damian Mooney finished birdie, par, birdie, eagle to win the Flogas Pro-Am on a wet and blustery afternoon at Knightsbrook Hotel Spa & Golf Resort
Damien McGrane birdied the second play-off hole to win the Irish Club Professional Tournament sponsored by Carr Golf at Dromoland Castle GC today.
Tim Rice has set up the chance to claim a rare double after the Limerick pro fired a four-under par 68 to win the PGA in Ireland qualifier for the Titleist and FootJoy sponsored PGA Professional Championship in England next month.
The Grange GC professional’s six under par round of 65 earned him a two-shot margin of victory over Simon Thornton (Tulfarris Golf Resort).
Neil O’Briain got his season off to a flying start at St Anne’s GC as he edged out Adam Dunmore to win the BMW Eastern Open.