Suzanne Corcoran

Henderson cruises five clear at Rosslare

Not even a wind-blown 79 couldn stop Royal Belfast’s Marilyn Henderson extending her lead ahead of Friday’s final round of the Irish Senior Women’s Open Strokeplay at breezy Rosslare.

Henderson cruises five clear at Rosslare

Marilyn gets hot to lead Irish Senior Women’s Open by six

Royal Belfast’s Marilyn Henderson blitzed the field to take a six-shot lead over defending champion Minna Kaarnalahti after the opening round of the Irish Senior Women’s Open Strokeplay at Rosslare.

Marilyn gets hot to lead Irish Senior Women’s Open by six

Senior Men march into Euro final; but Ladies fall to French in semis

Ireland Senior men are on track for their third European Senior Men's Team Championship in a row in Bulgaria but the Ladies suffered semi-final agony at The National Golf Resort in Lithuania.

Senior Men march into Euro final; but Ladies fall to French in semis

McMullen makes perfect start to title defence

The Island's Gertie McMullen got her title defence off to the perfect start when she fired a one over 74 to share the first round lead in the Irish Senior Women’s Open Strokeplay at Dundalk.

McMullen makes perfect start to title defence

Irish Senior Women in Euro final

Ireland’s Carol Wickham. Picture © ILGUIreland beat the Netherlands 4.5 - 0.5 and will face Italy in the final of the European Senior Ladies Team Championships on Slovenia on Saturday.

Irish Senior women in Euro semis

Irish champion Suzanne Corcoran is a key member of the Irish Senior Ladies team. Ireland will face The Netherlands in the semi-finals of the European Senior Ladies Team Championships in Slovenia on Friday.

Corcoran too strong for Wickham at Woodenbridge

Mary McKenna (President, Irish Ladies Golf Union) presenting Suzanne Corcoran (Portumna) with the Irish Seniors Women’s Close Amateur Championship trophy after her victory at Woodenbridge Golf Club. Also pictured Siobhan Saunders (Lady Captain, Woodenbridge GC). Picture by Pat CashmanPortumna’s Suzanne Corcoran defeated Laytown & Bettystown’s Carol Wickham 3 and 2 to win her first Irish Senior Women’s Close Championship at sublime Woodenbridge Golf Club in the Vale of Avoca.