Shane Lowry believes he’s ready to chase the American Dream on the PGA Tour and play the kind of global schedule that could make him a Ryder Cup player and an Olympian in 2016. Just don't expect him to start changing now and become a calculating, greens-in-regulation hitting plodder. As he said in Dublin yesterday: "I hate laying up on par fives... that’s the way I play golf."Read More
Rory McIlroy is the massive favourite for Olympic gold in 2016 but newly named Irish golf Team Leader Paul McGinley insists we shouldn’t write off Shane Lowry or a resurgent Padraig Harrington doing the samba on the winner's rostrum in Brazil.
Shane Lowry will finish his 2014 campaign closer to the Top 40 than the Top 50 in the world after a closing 71 gave him 11th place behind Danny Willett in the $6.5 million Nedbank Golf Challenge in South Africa.Read More
Shane Lowry put himself in position to make one final move up the world rankings this season when he birdied the last to break par for the first time in the $6.5million Nedbank Golf Challenge in Sun City.Read More
Playing the kind of golf that brought him to world No 1, Donald moved two shots clear of overnight leader Ross Fisher (68) thanks to an immaculate, nine under par 63, equalling the course record.Read More
He made a nervous start with a shoddy double bogey six at the first but Shane Lowry dug deep to birdie two of his last four holes and open with a level par 72 in the $6.5m Nedbank Golf Challenge in South Africa.Read More