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Rahm declares love for GMac in confirming he will defend DDF...

“I love G-Mac, so it's great,” said a beaming Rahm. “He's a great guy, good person to be around. I think he'll be a great host.

Mount Juliet officially confirmed as 2020 Irish Open host venue

Mount Juliet Estate in Co Kilkenny has been announced as the host venue for the 2020 Dubai Duty Free Irish Open which takes place from May 28-31

Harrington produces lowest tour opening round in 18 years to lead...

Padraig Harrington showed his mettle on the opening day at the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open and holds the overnight lead

Dubai Duty Free Irish Open – Five to watch

If you're heading to Lahinch here are some names you might want to take more than a passing interest in on the timesheet.

The unsung heroes: Dubai Duty Free

Committed title sponsors until 2022, we caught up with Colm McLoughlin, Chief Executive Officer, Dubai Duty Free to discuss the company’s relationship with the Irish Open

Moyvalley stage set for DDF Irish Open Qualifier

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

Start planning your route to Irish Open at Lahinch

Fans are being encouraged to take advantage of FREE Park & Ride shuttle services when the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open makes it inaugural visit to Lahinch Golf Club on July 4-7 

Rahm to add his notorious fire to growing Lahinch line-up

Tournament host, Paul McGinley's snagged another one with news that world number 11, Jon Rahm will be making his passionate presence felt at the unmissable Irish open at Lahinch from July 4-7

Lowry reckons McIlroy deserves Irish Open plaudits, not criticism

Shane Lowry has come to the defence of Rory McIlroy declaring he’s deserves a break from the criticism of not contesting this year’s Irish Open.

We’ve got the Power… Seamus Power confirmed for Lahinch

Paul McGinley has pulled another rabbit out of the hat with news that West Waterford's Seamus Power will receive a long-awaited homecoming when he tees up at this year's Irish Open at Lahinch
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