The Golfing Union of Ireland caught up with Gavin Moynihan, Gary Hurley, Jack Hume, Cormac Sharvin and Paul Dunne at Portmarnock last week to speak about this week's Walker Cup matches at Royal Lytham and St Annes.
Round-up: Walker Cup quintet; Clandeboye Pro-Am; Irish Mixed Foursomes
Ireland's quintet of recently selected Walker Cup players gathered at Portmarnock on Wednesday for a friendly game where they were joined by GUI National Coach Neil Manchip, world No 22 Shane Lowry and Challenge Tour player Ruadhri McGee ahead of next week's matches at Royal Lytham and St Annes.
Five Irish make 20-man Walker Cup squad
Ireland hasn't had four players on a Walker Cup team since Jimmy Bruen, Cecil Ewing, Joe Carr and Sam McCready played at Royal Birkdale in 1951. But it could happen again this year after five Irishmen made the initial 20-man squad.
Famous Five — big Irish presence expected on Walker Cup team
Members of Naas Golf Club were openly discussing the "great news" on Sunday that Jack Hume has been handed a Walker Cup spot for next month's matches at Royal Lytham and St Annes.
Opportunity knocks as GB&I leads USA 7-5 at Walker Cup
LYTHAM ST. ANNES, England (Sept. 12) -- Great Britain and Ireland leads the USA, 7-5, after the first day of the 45th Walker Cup Match at Royal Lytham & St. Annes Golf Club, writes the USGA.
Band of Brothers (and smiling assassins) live the Walker Cup dream
In truth, the evidence was there from the moment he ran through his team the Monday after the US Amateur. Nigel Edwards, the most successful GB&I Walker Cup captain in the game alongside Peter McEvoy, knew what he wanted and got it