Munster Strokeplay Championship

Round-up: Strokeplay or Matchplay; Greene Azalea; Munster Strokeplay deadline

Portmarnock's John Greene is in Charleston, South Carolina, for some warm weather golf following last weekend's icy West of Ireland at Rosses Point.

Round-up: Strokeplay or Matchplay; Greene Azalea; Munster Strokeplay deadline

Carter wins shortened Munster Strokeplay; two in a row for Royal Dublin

Shaun Carter was a model of consistency as he posted two round of 70 to win the weather shortened Munster Strokeplay Championship by two strokes on four under 140 at Cork Golf Club.

Carter wins shortened Munster Strokeplay; two in a row for Royal Dublin

Round up: Rory no exile says spokesperson; Munster Strokeplay entries open; team win for Dunne

Rory McIlroy Inc — The perception that Rory McIlroy is a tax exile in Dubai is wrong, a spokesperson for his management company has claimed.

Round up: Rory no exile says spokesperson; Munster Strokeplay entries open; team win for Dunne

Munster Strokeplay looks wide open

Three-time winner Niall Gorey might be the bookies' favourite but any one of a dozen played could win this weekend's Munster Stroke Play Championship at magnificent Cork Golf Club.

Munster Strokeplay looks wide open

McCarthy is champion of Munster

Kieran McCarthy in action during the second round of the West of Ireland at Easter. Photo Jenny Matthews/www.golffile.ieKinsale’s Kieran McCarthy recovered from a third round 77 to win the Munster Strokeplay Championship by the narrowest of margins.

O'Flynn one clear in Munster Strokeplay

Three-time winner Niall Gorey (Muskerry) is lurking just four strokes off the lead in the Munster Strokeplay at Cork Golf Club. Hard practice is paying for Cork’s Ian O’Flynn who fired rounds of 71 and 70 to take a one-stroke lead over clubmate Ian Murpyy into the final two rounds of the Munster Strokeplay Championship at Cork Golf Club.

Casey wins Munster strokeplay by 10

Brian Casey won the Munster Strokeplay by 10 shots.Headfort’s Brian Casey cruised to an impressive 10 shot win in the Munster Strokeplay Championship at Cork Golf Club.

The reigning Irish Youths Amateur Close champion shots rounds of 74, 69, 64 and 66 to finish on 15 under par 273 and win comfortably from West Waterford’s Gary Hurley (283) and Rathsallagh’s Jack Hume (286).