Threes aces in six days for Paul McGinley's brother Mick
Lady Luck is smiling on the McGinley golfing clan these days. No sooner had Paul McGinley handed the Ryder Cup baton to fellow Irishman Darren Clarke but his younger brother Michael completed the incredible feat of making three holes-in-one in the space of six days.
Grange leftie aces two par-3s in 12-hole competition: 67,000,000/1 shot
Grange is famous for its par-threes — ask Ryder Cup skipper Paul McGinley, who learned the game there. They're trick too. In fact, the odds against an amateur having a hole-in-one are estimated at around 12,500 to 1. But two holes-in-one in the same round? Apparently, that's a 67,000 to 1 one chance, at best.
Grange remembers McGinley's service with Honorary Captaincy
Paul McGinley will finally see his name in gold letters on the board of honour at Grange after being named as Honorary Club Captain for 2014. Europe’s 2014 Ryder Cup captain confessed that he was immensely proud to accept the honour, which was bestowed at the club’s Annual General Meeting this week.