WIN one of 5 pairs of tickets to the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open

by | Jun 20, 2019 | 0 comments

Executive Vice Chairman and CEO of Dubai Duty Free Colm McLoughlin with the winner of last year's Dubai Duty Free Irish Open, Russell Knox

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To celebrate Dubai Duty Free’s continued title sponsorship of the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open hosted by The McGinley Foundation, we have 5 pairs of tickets to give away to this year’s eagerly anticipated tournament.

This year’s Dubai Duty Free Irish Open will be held at Lahinch Golf Club from 4-7 July.

The historic tournament has reached new heights since Dubai Duty Free took on the role of title sponsor in 2015, with the prize fund increasing year-on-year. The Dubai Duty Free Irish Open is now part of the Rolex Series, the premium event category on the European Tour’s international schedule, that comprises of eight events this year; each with a minimum prize fund of US$7 million.

This highly anticipated event will see Lahinch Golf Club set the scene for some of the world’s most exciting players, including the likes of Tommy Fleetwood, Louis Oosthuizen, Jon Rahm and Shane Lowry. The Dubai Duty Free Irish Open promises to be a world class event and is a tournament not to be missed.

In order to be in with a chance of winning a pair of tickets, simply CLICK HERE and answer the following question;

Lahinch Golf Club is in which county?

  1. Galway
  2. Clare
  3. Dublin

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