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Brazill takes chequered flag at Bridgestone Order of Merit

Next stop - Home Internationals at Lahinch as Naas ace, Rob Brazill takes the chequered flag in the season-long Bridgestone race

Mullarney wins maiden championship at Irish Close

"I am absolutely delighted," Mullarney gushed. "It did absolutely grate on me that I haven't won one of these before. I am delighted."

Purcell’s absence means opportunity knocks at Ballybunion 

The Bridgestone Order of Merit reaches the penultimate stage of the season this week at the AIG Irish Amateur Close, 3-7 August

Foley walks stroke play as ‘South’ moves to knockout rounds

Royal Dublin's Hugh Foley finished seven stroke clear of the field at qualifying in Lahinch as 64 players commence the match play stages tomorrow

Sugrue the star attraction at this week’s ‘South’

Fresh off agonisingly missing the cut at The Open by a single shot, James Sugrue returns to action at this week’s South of Ireland at Lahinch

O’Keeffe carries home hopes into North of Ireland final

Douglas’ Peter O’Keeffe will face off against England’s Arron Edwards-Hill in the final of the North of Ireland Championship at Portstewart this afternoon

Bridgestone race swings west for Connacht Stroke Play

The Bridgestone Order of Merit moves west this weekend for the Connacht Stroke Play at Portumna where Robert Brazill can top the table with a win.

Cool hand Luke moves clear in Bridgestone boys campaign

Victory at the German Boys Championship has moved Connemara's Luke O’Neill clear at the head of the Bridgestone Boys International Order of Merit.

Revitalised Campbell eyeing more success at East of Ireland

Warrenpoint's Colm Campbell has his eyes firmly fixed on the East of Ireland championship this weekend at County Louth where there's sure to be some interesting moves made in the Bridgestone Order of Merit

Purcell takes over top spot in Bridgestone race

Portmarnock's Conor Purcell has cemented his spot as Ireland's number one amateur after his runner-up finish at the Flogas Irish Amateur at Rosses Point


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