Interprovincial Matches

Leinster's young guns blow Munster away to end seven-year wait for Interpros

Munster’s bid for a third Interprovincial Championship victory in four years was crushed decisively by Leinster’s young guns on the Sandy Hills Links at Rosapenna Hotel and Golf Resort in Donegal.

Leinster's young guns blow Munster away to end seven-year wait for Interpros

Munster off to a flyer in Interpros defence

Munster made a winning start to the defence of their Interprovincial Championship title at Rosapenna on Monday.

Munster off to a flyer in Interpros defence

Rosapenna Senior Scratch Cup to offer WAGR points in 2015

Former world amateur No 1 Rory McIlroy won the inaugural Rosapenna Senior Scratch Cup in 2005. Now a new wave of budding stars can chase World Amateur Golf Ranking Points for the first time in the 11th edition of this popular 54-hole event at the stunning Donegal links from April 18-19 next year.

Rosapenna Senior Scratch Cup to offer WAGR points in 2015

Talent galore on show as The Island hosts Boys and Senior Interpros

Hometown hero Kevin Le Blanc, who won the Junior Open Championship last week at West Lancs in what was the start of a great week for Irish golf, will be present among the Leinster Boys team who are looking for a three-in-a-row victory at the Boys Interprovincial Championship this week.

Talent galore on show as The Island hosts Boys and Senior Interpros

O'Driscoll wins Ulster Boys in style

Ring of Kerry's Tommy O'Driscoll bounced back from the disappointment of being pipped in Leinster when he fired a closing 76 to win the Ulster Boys Amateur Open by two strokes at Clandeboye.

O'Driscoll wins Ulster Boys in style

Sweet revenge for Ulster in Interpros

GUI President Ivor McCandless presents the Senior Interprovincial Trophy to Ulster captain Aidan Doran. Also pictured: Chris Selfridge, Tiarnan McLarnon, Harry Diamond, Nicky Grant, Cormac Sharvin, Reeve Whitson, Dermot McElroy, Aaron Kearney and Shane McGee (Team Manager). Picture: Pat CashmanAfter tasting the bitterness of defeat on their home patch at Royal County Down 12 months ago, Ulster made amends on a stirring final day at Lee Valley, defeating the defending champions Munster to capture the Interprovincial Championship, writes the GUI.