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Wednesday, August 4, 2021


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McKibbin hangs tough as Hillier takes the lead with 62 at Galgorm

McKibbin and Mehaffey lead the Irish charge at the ISPS HANDA World Invitational presented by Modest! Golf Management as just 5 home based players out of 26 starters advance to moving day at Galgorm Castle.

McGovern well placed to challenge as McKenzie and Wilson lead at Formby

Headfort's Brendan McGovern is flying high at Formby Golf Club in the Staysure PGA Seniors Championship and after opening rounds of 73 and 71 he finds himself in tied 6th place ahead of moving day

Lawlor ready to host the ISPS HANDA World Disability Invitational

Brendan Lawlor cannot wait to host this weekend's ISPS HANDA World Disability Invitational fresh off the back of his latest career victory at last week’s EDGA Cazoo Open, which secured the Irishman his place in the EDGA European Tour season finale.

Lowry & McIlroy move into medal contention in Tokyo as Schauffele leads

Shane Lowry and Rory McIlroy have placed themselves well into contention in Toyko and are just four strokes off the leader Xander Schauffele heading to the weekend rounds at Kasumigaseki Country Club

Gomez leads from Golding at Staysure PGA Senior Championship

Day one play was suspended due to darkness at Formby during the PGA Senior Championship and Argentine Rafael Gomez leads the way from former champion Philip Golding

McKibbin & Mehaffey lead the Irish challengers at ISPS Handa World Invitational

At the ground-breaking event held over Galgorm Castle & Massereene courses, Tom McKibbin and Olivia Mehaffey are the leading Irish players after day one at the ISPS Handa World Invitational

Lawrie & Sloman lead the way as Irish fade at PDC Championship

It wasn't a happy day for the Irish contenders on the EuroPro Tour as they all missed the cut at East Sussex National

Olympics in 20-30 years will be on a par with the Majors – McIlroy

After all the hype is was time to get down to business for Team Ireland - Shane Lowry & Rory McIlroy - in Tokyo and while it wasn't their best, both are well within striking range after day one

McIlroy & Lowry complete weather delayed first Olympic round

The thunderstorms that were expected came rolling in and disrupted the opening day of golf at the Olympics for Rory McIlroy and Shane Lowry while a hot round from Austrian Sepp Straka see him leading the way

Irish with work to do at PDG Championship

With much improved weather for today there is plenty of work to do for the Irish contingent on the EuroPro Tour if they are to make the cut at East Sussex National

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