Rory 64, Tiger 82, Pádraig 78 and a fresh air; Power cut

Rory 64, Tiger 82, Pádraig 78 and a fresh air; Power cut

Rory McIlroy underlined his current undisputed status as the world's No 1 by shooting an immaculate 64 on the day when Tiger Woods carded his highest ever score as a professional and Pádraig Harrington had a fresh-air trying to play left-handed.

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Spectacular eagle rescues Harrington; Tiger struggles; Power trailing in Panama

Spectacular eagle rescues Harrington; Tiger struggles; Power trailing in Panama

Pádraig Harrington holed out from 161 yards from the rough for an eagle two to get back to level par before bad light ended what was an up-and-down 2015 debut for the Dubliner in the Waste Management Phoenix Open in Arizona.

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Can Padraig end six and a half year PGA Tour drought?

Can Padraig end six and a half year PGA Tour drought?

It seems like only yesterday that Pádraig Harrington was fist pumping like a wild-eyed madman on the 18th green at Oakland Hills. Denying Sergio Garcia yet another major down the stretch. in the 2008 US PGA remains the most recent of Harrington's five PGA Tour wins but following his victory in the Asian Tour's BANK BRI Indonesia Open in his final start of 2014, hopes are high that Harrington can return to winning ways.

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Your A to Z guide to Irish golf in 2015

Your A to Z guide to Irish golf in 2015

Shane Lowry has his Masters invitation, Rory McIlroy is back bashing balls and our top amateurs are already back at the grindstone or heading for sunny climes. The 2015 season begins on the European Tour in South Africa this week with Peter Lawrie landing his first invitation as he bids to win back his card and Simon Thornton and Kevin Phelan waiting for the nod. It's going to be non-stop from here on so we've compiled a basic A-Z of what Irish golf fans might watch out for this year.

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All time Top-100 Irish Amateur men

All time Top-100 Irish Amateur men

It’s like comparing George Best with Diego Maradona. Or Tiger Woods with Jack Nicklaus. Or Bobby Jones with Ben Hogan. Each generation has their favourites and their reasons for preferring one above the other. There’s no right or wrong answer, just a humdinger of a debate and the enjoyment of some great memories.

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