Fab Four earn precious Dubai Duty Free Irish Open spots at Lahinch

Brian Casey, Paul McBride, Conor O’Rourke and Michael McGeady are in for a potentially life-changing week at Lahinch after the fab four booked their place at the Irish Open

Dawson, Sharvin and Hoey fail to progress in Australia

There was no luck for the Irish Down Under as Michael Hoey, Cormac Sharvin at Robin Dawson crashed out of the Australian PGA Championship having never raised a gallop at RACV Royal Pines Resort.     With...

Knox banking on secret recipe for successful defence

Russell Knox reckons he’s found the secret recipe to a first successful defence of an Irish Open in 22-years - a pint of Guinness every night.

McIlroy & co perhaps regretting bypassing Lahinch

The apparent dress rehearsal for next week's Open is proving anything but as the benign conditions continue to pose few issues in Scotland

Class resumes for 12 Irish at Stage Two Q-School

Ireland’s 12 European Tour hopefuls are sharpening their pencils ahead of examination number two across multiple venues in Spain, starting Thursday.

McIlroy returns to action on the PGA Tour

It's a fortnight since Tiger Woods returned to competition and PGA Tour boss Jay Monahan is continuing to smile as Rory McIlroy this week ends a near five-month PGA Tour absence. The last time McIlroy...

Harrington to visit L.A specialist to free trapped shoulder nerve

Triple Major winning Padraig Harrington will visit an orthopaedic specialist in Los Angeles later today as he continues to struggle with a troublesome shoulder. Harrington has been carrying a pinched nerve in his shoulder since...

McIlroy likens himself to both David and Goliath

Rory McIlroy’s latest bedtime reading sees the four-time Major winner playing both parts of biblical legends David and Goliath in the countdown to this year’s Masters.   McIlroy has become a real bookworm having read a...

Your top betting tips for the Canadian Open

The oracle has been lining our pockets of late and an opportunity to cash in knocks once more with this week's Canadian Open as the PGA Tour gets back to its regular mealtime of a...

LPGA Tour cancels Asia swing as coronavirus fears increase

The LPGA released a statement confirming that the Honda LPGA Thailand, scheduled for Feb 20-23 and the HSBC Women's World Championship in Singapore, scheduled for the week after, have been pulled from the calendar
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