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Father’s Day 2010 to forever live on in the history of...

It was on this day nine years ago that Graeme McDowell jubilantly embraced his father, Kenny as Ireland’s second only Major champion in capturing the U.S. Open at Pebble Beach.

GMac six back after recovering from ‘smack in the face’

Graeme McDowell walked through a US Open sized smack in the face to remain right in contention at the halfway stage at Pebble Beach

McIlroy full of praise for McDowell for qualifying for The Open...

"It just would've been such a shame if the Open comes to Portrush and the hometown boy couldn't play," commented McIlroy

Gmac holes clutch 30-footer to secure Royal Portrush tee-time

Graeme McDowell sensationally booked himself a Royal Portrush tee-time in next month’s Open Championship by holing a remarkable 30-footer for a 72nd hole par at the Canadian Open

McDowell edges closer to Royal Portrush tee time

Graeme McDowell continued to boost hopes of securing an Open Championship tee time in posting a 67 heading to the weekend rounds of the RBC Canadian Open in Ontario.

Lowry & Gmac go low as Irish quintet starts well in...

Shane Lowry's $100 investment in an umbrella on pro-am day paid off on day one in Canada as he shot the lights out with an opening 64

GMac to take first of four bites at Portrush tee-time cherry

"I've already said there is no amount of alcohol that could keep me on the property of Portrush that week if I'm not competing. It would be very bittersweet"

McDowell refusing to embrace another gorilla on his back

“The thing is, if I start getting obsessed with Portrush I’ll be right back where I was six weeks ago before I won with a gorilla on my back. When there is a big weight on my shoulders, I’m not that good"

GMac feeling bruised but thinking positive after Bethpage battering

Despite being battered and bruised by Bethpage Park, Graeme McDowell returns in a month to Pebble Beach for the 2019 US Open buoyed by his four-round showing in the PGA Championship.

GMac happy with what he sees but Lowry only finds trouble...

"Unless you're up there in total driving this week, you're not going to have a chance to compete, simple. And I can only imagine that Brooks (Koepka) is driving the ball extremely well to be doing what he's doing today.”


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