Golf: A lack of practice proved perfect preparation for Ryder Cup vice-captain Des Smyth in the opening round of the ISPS PGA Seniors Championship at Stoke by Nayland. The Irishman negotiated the Gainsborough Course in five-under, his 66 putting ... Irish Independent, 1 month ago
Dangerous Des steals Seniors PGA lead - The Sports Campus, 1 month ago
Irishman Philip Walton threatened to challenge for the early lead in the Seniors Open Championship at Royal Porthcawl on the South Wales coast yesterday when he swept to the turn in two under par 33. But a miserable three-hole spell during the ...Irish Times, 1 week ago Walton fails to turn the screw after an early charge Irish Independent, 6 days ago Rafferty relishes Senior Open debut at Royal Porthcawl Irish Independent, 1 week ago
It takes something really special to persuade several thousand people to drive out into the Irish countryside at a time they would normally be wrapped up in bed and go stomping for several miles through long grass laden with early-morning dew. So, ...Irish Independent, 1 month ago
*** *** From The Sports Network Dates: Thursday, June 19th through Sunday, June 22nd Site: Fota Island Resort, County Cork, Ireland Course Architect: Jeff Howes (1999) Par: 71 Yardage: 7,043 Hole-By-Hole: 1 - Par 4 409 Yds 10 - Par 5 537 Yds 2 - Par ...TickerTech.com, 1 month ago
Old campaigners Pat Murray and Gary OFlaherty can make their experience count in the first round of the AIG- sponsored Irish Amateur Close at Seapoint today. While Tullamore's Stuart Grehan topped the qualifiers on one over par 145 on a countback ...Irish Examiner, 1 month ago
Sam Torrance is confident that Ryder Cup stalwarts Lee Westwood and Graeme McDowell will be in the European team at Gleneagles in September. Westwood has slipped to 32nd in the world rankings after a disappointing first half of the year, while ...Sky Sports, 3 weeks ago Torrance happy to take low-key role BBC, 4 weeks ago Torrance knows his place Sky Sports, 4 weeks ago
European Ryder Cup captain Paul McGinley believes that despite Martin Kaymer's convincing US Open success, honours in last week's championship were equally shared among the potential European and US team members for Gleneagle. Kaymer's eight-shot ...News.net, 1 month ago
'Guys opened up their hearts in front of each other. That's something that I think will certainly stay with me forever'
In just over two months' time, the make-up of the teams to contest the 2014 Ryder Cup at Gleneagles will be finalised. Paul McGinley, the first Irishman to captain Europe, spoke to Vincent Hogan about the momentous challenge looming, his grounding ...Irish Independent, 1 month ago
The US Open tees off this week but for many of the world's top players, the World Cup will grab plenty of attention. Karl MacGinty 0 Comments Share FOOTBALL'S World Cup and golf's US Open swing into action this week, threatening to make ...Irish Independent, 1 month ago
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