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Mullarney the marvellous passes first Q-School assignment

Galway amateur, Ronan Mullarney displayed all the calmness of a seasoned pro to safely pass his first assignment at European Tour Qualifying School

Mullarney shares second after fruitful first Q-School venture

The Galway amateur is three off the pace after a fine start while Brendan McCarroll is also right in the mix after day one at Bom Sucesso

My 10 Favourite Courses, with Ronan Mullarney

AIG Irish Close Champion, Ronan Mullarney talks us through his top-10 favourite tracks on the island that we should all pay a visit to

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."

Mullarney marches on at windswept Ballybunion

Amid the howling winds of Ballybunion, silver medallist Ronan Mullarney continued his relentless march at the AIG Irish Close

Mullarney holds three shot lead at AIG Irish Amateur Close

“It’s nice to shoot a score like that but whether you’re first or 64th, I’m sure you’ve heard it a million times, it doesn’t matter,” Mullarney insisted. “This just makes it a little bit more comfortable.”

Mullarney magic sets the pace at the AIG Irish Close

Galway's rising star, Ronan Mullarney opened up his Irish Amateur Close account in fine style with a stunning 65 at Ballybunion.

Home heroes Sugrue and Mullarney battle their way through to last...

James Sugrue of Mallow and Galway’s Ronan Mullarney delighted the large galleries at Portmarnock Golf Club by battling their way into the quarter-finals of The Amateur Championship yesterday.

Mullarney and Sugrue carry Irish hopes in last 16 of The...

Ronan Mullarney was Ireland’s marathon man on day one of the match play series of The Amateur Championship at Portmarnock.

Rafferty best of the Irish as four home players qualify for...

Four Irish make it through to the knock out stages of The Amateur Championship. Caolan Rafferty (Dundalk), Eanna Griffin of Waterford, James Sugrue (Mallow) and Galway’s Ronan Mullarney (Galway).


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