Four of the biggest talents in Irish golf will tee it up in the European Young Masters at Golf Club Domaine Impérial in Switzerland tomorrow.
Killarney's Mairead Martin, Co Louth's Thomas Mulligan, Kilkenny's Mark Power and Lurgan's Annabel Wilson are the chosen four to play in the 54 hole strokeplay event from 23-25 July.
In what is now a team event, three of the four scores count each day and ILGU representatives Wilson, just 14, and Martin, 15, are certainly used to have come accustomed to playing in such highly regarded tournaments
Martin and Wilson both represented Great Britain and Ireland in the Junior Vagliano Matches which took place at Malone Golf Club in June and while they lost out to the Continent of Europe, they showcased their golfing talents and secured vital points for GB&I.
It is all golf for the two young guns as Annabel and Mairead have just come from the Irish Girls Close at Galway Bay, where Annabel successfully defended her title. Mairead also shot the lowest round in the strokeplay qualifying, carding a five under par 69. To say these two girls are ‘in-form’ would be an understatement.