Selfridge three clear at 'Close'
"Now it doesn’t really matter where the ball goes..."
Golfing gods curse South changes with weather havoc
Those who complained that introducing strokeplay qualifying for the South of Ireland Championship this year was an accident waiting to happen had their “I told you so” faces on as thick fog forced organisers to reduce the planned 36-hole affair to just 27 at Lahinch.
The Munster Branch did not post the scores but defending champion John Greene is not in Monday’s first round draw, which is no great surprise following his horrific 82 in Saturday’s opening round.
Murray faces his Greene mile at Lahinch
Pat Murray has seen it all at Lahinch over the years but after reaching his seventh semi-final thanks to two sterling displays, he’ll be forgiven for thinking he’s been caught in a time warp when he takes on the unheralded Carlow man John Greene at the classic Clare links this morning.
Kelan McDonagh wins Irish Youths
Athlone's Kelan McDonagh captured the Irish Youths at his home club in what is turning out to be a great year for the scholarship golfers at NUI Maynooth.
Just a few weeks after Cian Curley reached the Irish Close final at Enniscrone, Kelan beat Headfort's Rory McNamara 5 & 4 in the decider at his home club.