Irish Amateur Open winner Robbie Cannon has set his sights on another big strokeplay win in next month’s East of Ireland at Baltray.
Rory McIlroy had a 4.72 point lead over world No 3 Tiger Woods at the top of the world rankings when he captured the DP World Tour Championhip for the fifth win of his sensational 2012 campaign.
Balbriggan’s Robbie Cannon proved the golf is sometimes a case of the survival of the fittest when he came through two gruelling rounds and four play-off holes to win a thrilling Irish Amateur Open at Royal Dublin.
Super-fit Robbie Cannon outlasted the opposition to win the Irish Amateur Open after a four-hole play-off at a wind-lashed Royal Dublin.
Seven shots cover 43 players for today’s final 36 hole in the Irish Amateur Open at Royal Dublin. And given the unpredictablility of the Irish weather following the wind, rain, sun and hailstones that hit the field on Saturday, picking a winner looks all but impossible.
1945 Rathsallagh’s Jack Hume believes that two level par rounds might be enough to win the Irish Amateur Open at Royal Dublin today and force his way into the reckoning for a Walker Cup call up.
Scotland’s Graeme Robertson may have had a hole-in-one in a 69 to grab a one-shot lead but the Golfing Union of Ireland was the big winner after the opening round of the Irish Amateur Open at a windswept Royal Dublin.
Rory McIlroy showed his growing maturity and patience but Pádraig Harrington could be forgiven for rapidly losing after barely scraping into the last two rounds of The Players at Sawgrass.
The course set up was the big winner on the opening day of the Irish Amateur Open at a windswept Royal Dublin.