Murphy revved up for big finish in Dominican Republic
“The lads on the way too who knows where at 6am can you say overloading @pgatour_la #somespot #norules ❤❤❤it” Via http://instagram.com/markjmurph#Mark Murphy is having a whale of a time on the PGA TOUR Latinoamérica.
Gareth Shaw made a great start in Italy with a 65. Galgorm Castle professional Gareth Shaw was delighted to finish with six birdies in his last 10 holes to lie just a shot off the lead in the weather-delayed Montecchia Golf Open in Italy.
Angel Cabrera won the Abierto del Centro for the eighth time on Sunday.Angel Cabrera took a leaf out of Louis Oosthuizen’s book when he bounced back from losing the Masters in a play-off to win on tour the following week.
Historic Córdoba Golf Club in Argentina, where Angel Cabrera and Eduardo Romero learnt the game. Mark Murphy produced one of the rounds of the day to leave Angel Cabrera chasing and set up a chance of victory in the Abierto OSDE del Centro on the PGA TOUR Latinoamérica.
Mark Murphy was a happy man after his second round in Córdoba. Pic via http://instagram.com/markjmurphMark Murphy overcame a tough start, high winds and difficult pin positions to move into the top 30 in the Abierto OSDE del Centro on the PGA TOUR Latinoamérica in Argentina.
Angel Cabrera had problems adjusting to the greens in Cordoba just a week after the Masters. Pic via www.pgatourla.comA hot putter is a match for anyone but Graeme McDowell and Mark Murphy have their work cut out on the greens as they compete 4,000 miles apart today.
Waterville pro Mark Murphy enjoys a cramped ride on his arrival in Argentina. “Holy shit this country is amazing!!!! We are in a Renault Megane, 3 travel bags 3 golf bags & 3 clothes bags & 3 Gypsies heading to hotel” Via http://instagram.com/markjmurph/Angel “Pato” Cabrera might not have won his third major title at Augusta National on Sunday but he still got a hero’s welcome on his return to his native Córdoba for the PGA Tour Latinoamérica’sAbiertoOSDE del Centro.
Mark Murphy during the second round of the Lyoness Open in Austia last July. Picture: golfsupport.nl / www.newsfile.ieWaterville’s Mark Murphy will be brushing up on his Spanish this year after winning his card for the PGA TOUR Latinoamérica circuit at the Q-School in Sebring, Florida.
Mark Murphy could be playing as far away as Peru and Colombia this season. Picture via golfchannel.comMark Murphy wasn’t all that impressed with his game but he was still inside the crucial top 20 after an opening 72 in the PGA TOUR Latinoamérica Q-School in Florida.
Mark Murphy will chase a place on the PGA TOUR Latinoamérica this week. Pictured here during the 2012 Hassan Trophy by Fran Caffrey www.golffile.ieFormer Big Break Ireland winner Mark Murphy may have to travel as far as Peru to keep his tour dreams alive.