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Your Golf Travel have teamed up with Tourism Ireland to offer a golfer and three of their golfing friends to play golf with former Open Champion Darren Clarke. Taking place on Monday 24th June 2013, the prize not only includes golf on the famed Dunluce Course at Royal Portrush but flights from London to Belfast, transfers, overnight accommodation and dinner after golf.
American Brooks Koepka won €25,600 as he romped to his second Challenge Tour title with a seven-shot victory in the Montecchia Golf Open presented by POLAROID.
But Rathmore’s Alan Dunbar can also be pretty pleased with his first tour cheque for the modest sum of €544 given the way he battled to make the cut in the weather-delayed second round on Saturday morning.
Two bogeys in his last six holes cost Darren Clarke a chance to break 70 in the opening round of the Asian Tour’s CIMB Niaga Indonesian Masters.
Darren Clarke will swap what his manager described as the “soul destroying” grind of the European Tour backwater for two rounds with a couple of fellow 40-somethings in faraway Malaysia on the Asian Tour.
Darren Clarke might have “borrowed” Alan Dunbar’s coach Seamus Duffy but the big Dungannon man will take his Portrush neighbour under his wing when he joins the professional ranks next week.
Chubby Chandler might be quietly mapping out the future of British Amateur champion Alan Dunbar but he’s also working hard to give struggling Darren Clarke “a new lease of life” by persuading him to rejoin the PGA Tour next season and avoid the “soul-destroying” grind of the early season European Tour schedule.
Rory McIlroy’s form might be on the rise but things can’t get much worse for former Open winner Darren Clarke.
Paul McGinley expects to feel humbled as well as deeply honoured when he steps on the first tee at the 2013 Irish Open as Ireland’s first Ryder Cup Captain, writes the European Tour.
Former Open winner Darren Clarke showed signs that he is recovering from his slump but it was Damien McGrane who topped the Irish contingent after the opening round of the Tshwane Open in South Africa.
Golfers are used to performing in front of the cameras but when it comes to acting, the results have been, well, mixed.