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European Tour champion Peter Lawrie today visited St Louise’s Centre in Glenmaroon to help launch RESPECT Ireland as the Official Charity of the 2013 Irish Open, to be played at Carton House Golf Club in Co. Kildare from June 27-30.
Damien McGrane rediscovered his putting touch and revived his flagging season as a superb 66 sent him soaring to the fringes of contention in the Volvo China Open.
Former Irish Open champion Brett Rumford hit a sensational five iron to four feet on the first extra hole to set up an eagle and victory in the Ballantine’s Championship in Korea.
Damien McGrane produced a fighting performance to make the cut with ease then battled back from a poor start to scorch up the leaderboard in the Ballantine’s Championship in Korea.
European Ryder Cup skipper Paul McGinley is battling to make his first cut since last year’s Irish Open at the weather-delayed Ballantine’s Championship in Korea.
Peter Lawrie overcame a double case of blindness to get off to a flying start in the weather-delayed Ballantine’s Championship in South Korea.
David Higgins might be joint top for scrambling and sand saves but he’s eight shots behind Scot Marc Warren with a round to go in the Spanish Open.
Shane Lowry might be inconsistent but he’s certainly not boring as he showed with a superb 66 in the second round of the Spanish Open at El Saler - the joint best round of the day.
When David Hggins won back his tour card last November he had no doubts he could still win on tour.
“Put me on the right course in the right conditions and I feel I can win,” he said.
Padraig Harrington’s snakes and ladders season continued in Kuala Lumpur as dismal back nine performance cost him his chance of victory in the 54-hole Maybank Malaysian Open and raised more question marks about his game.