31 Jul 2015 11:00 • Editorial Department
Paul birdies last to win Tom’s Prize
Seven handicapper Paul Duffy won the President’s Prize of Tom Sturgeon at Enniskillen Golf on Saturday as the weather relented for the most part thereby allowing the golf to shine.
31 Jul 2015 10:00 • Editorial Department
The latest in equipment technology
PING has introduced new GMax irons featuring a revolutionary design called COR-Eye Technology that increases flexing across the entire face.
16 Jul 2015 17:00
Stenson to lift Claret Jug
This year Henrik Stenson can take a major step forward in his career by winning this week’s Open Championship at St. Andrews.
9 Jul 2015 17:30 • Editorial Department
Major doubt for big showdown
Rory McIlroy is a major doubt for the Open Championship at St. Andrews after injuring his ankle playing football. The world number one posted a picture on Instagram and also tweeted to say he has “total rupture of left ATFL (ankle ligament) and associated joint capsule damage in a soccer kickabout with friends on Saturday.
9 Jul 2015 13:30 • Editorial Department
Big hitting Kieran clinches Captain’s Prize
Big hitter Kieran Dunne clinched the main prize at Mark Browne’s Captain’s Day at Castle Hume Golf Club on Saturday, his fantastic 64 nett securing him the title ahead of Dermott Gallagher who finished second with Mark Beckett taking third spot.
2 Jul 2015 18:00
The importance of junior golf is that the younger you start playing the better
Sport is an important part of everyday life, a little competition never hurt anybody and it provides the opportunity to learn and have fun.
2 Jul 2015 15:15
Bill flying high as he lands on his first Captain’s Prize
Club stalwart Bill ‘Budgie’ Robinson was flying high at Enniskillen Golf Club as he produced an excellent nett 67 to win his first Captain’s Prize on what was an excellent Captain’s Day for John O’Neill.
18 Jun 2015 17:00 • Editorial Department
US OPEN : Extreme conditions on the horizon
The second major of the year is different because they set it up with the emphasis on long game, whereas at the Masters it’s focused on play around the greens. You really have to hit the fairways at the US Open, because if you’re in the rough, sometimes you can only hit it two feet.
11 Jun 2015 18:02
New low for Tiger
A struggling Tiger Woods shot a career-worst round of 85 on Saturday at the Memorial tournament, leaving golf fans worldwide wondering if he can get back to the high standards his career was renowned for.
4 Jun 2015 16:05
McDowell at 70/1 good value for US Open repeat
US Open Preview: Chambers Bay The second Major of the year, the US Open, takes place this month (June 18-21) and will be played over Chambers Bay Golf Course, a newcomer to the circuit.
21 May 2015 16:30
More silverware for Rory
Having cantered to victory at The Wells Fargo Championship at North Carolina on Sunday evening, Rory McIlroy was once again the toast of The European Tour at the glamorous European Tour Players’ Awards at the Sofitel Heathrow, where he picked up Golfer of the Year Award as well as the Players’ Player of the Year Award on the eve of the flagship BMW PGA Championship.
15 May 2015 16:07
Leona Maguire one step away from number one amateur in the world
The Maguire golfing dynasty is continuing to blossom, with Leona taking the amateur golfing world by storm in America alongside her twin sister, and younger brother Odhran competing in the Faldo Challenge series at Lough Erne Golf Club this week.