David Ryan

​ Kearney provisionally eight clear in fog-delayed Irish PGA

Can anyone stop Royal Dublin's Niall Kearney at the LowFuelCard.ie Irish PGA Championship?
The defending champion took a firm grip on proceedings at Dundalk on Friday, carding a second round 66 to reach 13 under with 36 holes remaining.

​ Kearney provisionally eight clear in fog-delayed Irish PGA

Ryan holds off Kerry challenge to win in Youghal

David Ryan won Liam Burns Captain's day at Youghal on Monday, conquering very tough conditions to win by the PGB Munster Winter Series outing by stroke from the Waterville father and son pairing of Liam and David Higgins and Killarney's Danny Sugrue.

Ryan holds off Kerry challenge to win in Youghal

Shannon and Ryan triumph; new posts for St John, McNamara

Keith Shannon and David Ryan finished as joint winners of last week's Eithad Airways PGA Sprint tournament at Killeen Castle.

Shannon and Ryan triumph; new posts for St John, McNamara

Omens good on Friday the 13th

Friday the 13th was a pretty good day for the Irish on tour.

In Spain, John Kelly gave himself a boost ahead of next week's Q-School when he shot the lowest individual score of the week at the PGAs of Europe International Team Championship.

Kelly, David Ryan and Peter Martin all shot four under par 68s to give Ireland the best score of the day, clinching a share of fourth place at Roda in Murcia.

Kelly on fire

Tour card hopeful John Kelly continued his red hot streak of form in the PGAs of Europe International Team Championship in Spain.

The St Margaret's man fired a three under 69 at Roda as Peter Martin carded a 72 and David Ryan a 73 to leave Ireland tied for sixth entering the final round.

Seven under par for his three rounds in Murcia, Kelly is "very happy" with his form as he prepares to tee it up in the second stage of the European Tour Qualifying School next week with Padraig Harrington's brother Tadhg on his bag.

Kelly and Co eight off the pace in Murcia

John Kelly was the best of the bunch again but Ireland still slipped eight shots behind leaders England after the second round of the PGAs of Europe International Team Championship in Spain.

Roda, MurciaSet to to tee it up at the second stage of the European Tour Qualifying School next week, Kelly shot a second successive two under par 70 at Roda Golf in Murcia with David Ryan adding a 74 and Peter Martin a 76.

Ireland trail England in PGAs of Europe

Ireland celebrate in 2008Defending champions Ireland are six shots behind pace-setters England after the opening round of the PGAs of Europe International Team Championship in Spain.

St Margaret’s John Kelly fired two under par 70 and Peter Martin a 73 at Roda Golf in Murcia with David Ryan’s 77 discarded.

That leaves the Irish trio in a four-way tie for second place with Wales, Belgium and the United Arab Emirates on one-under par 143 with England out in front on seven-under 137.