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Edwards-Hill beats O’Keeffe to win North of Ireland crown in Portstewart

Englishman Arron Edwards-Hill reigned supreme to win the North of Ireland at Portstewart with a 2&1 victory against Ireland international Peter O’Keeffe.

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

Purcell powers Ireland to the front at European Championships

Purcell's five-under par 67 helped Ireland to the ideal start on day one of the European Amateur Team Championship in Sweden

Smash and grab win for wonder boy Walsh in Connacht

Kinsale’s Robert Walsh Jnr overturned a three-shot deficit starting out to claim a dramatic win at the Connacht Boys U-18’s Open at Oughterard GC

Deadly Dobbin edges Ulster Under-14 final at Blackwood

There was no messing with Malone's Fionn Dobbin who went all the way to win the Ulster Under-14's Close Championship in Crawfordsburn

Ice cool O’Leary lifts Irish Seniors Amateur Close

Overnight leader, Barry O'Leary from Greystones held his nerve to become the first man to win the Maurice Kelly Trophy at Kilkenny Golf Club

O’Leary takes charge at Irish Seniors Close

Greystones Barry O’Leary fired a three-under par 68 to bolt into a commanding four-shot lead at the Irish Seniors Close Championship at Kilkenny Golf Club

GUI announce Irish teams ahead of European Championships

Amateur Champion James Sugrue headlines the latest GUI selection ahead of the European Team Championships next month, July 9-13

GUI name Irish Seniors Close trophy in honour of Maurice Kelly

"Maurice lifted this title a staggering five times. He was universally respected by his peers and we know this trophy will now be contested even more fiercely as a result."

Fox & Griffin head Irish challenge as The Amateur gets underway

In what was a testing opening day where the wind blew steady for the duration, Portmarnock's James Fox fired three birdies in a one-over par 73 to lead the Irish challenge alongside Waterford’s Eanna Griffin


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