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# Irish Golf

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2022
# LPGA
Meadow shoots opening round 73 as home players dominate on LPGA return to Japan
The Jordanstown star is one of 78 players competing for a $2 million purse.
# women's irish open
Maguire keeps her composure to overcome slow start and finish with a bang at Irish Open
The opening day of the Women’s Irish Open saw Leona Maguire finish tied for fifth.
# reunited and it feels so good
Shane Lowry reunited with his clubs in time for Wyndham Championship
Lowry had appealed to the DAA to help locate his kit bag and suitcase.
# Irish Golf
Galway and Dublin golfers qualify in final spots for The Open at St Andrews
36-holes of final Qualifying took place on Tuesday across four venues.
# Irish Golf
Seamus Power confirmed for 2022 Irish Open
Power will play in front of his home fans for the first time since becoming a PGA TOUR winner.
All time
# Flying High
Kearney fires course-record 65 to storm into lead at Dutch Open
The 33-year-old Dubliner shot a bogey-free, seven-under-par opening round and leads by a shot heading into Friday.
# In The Mix
Rory McIlroy takes early share of lead at second FedEx Cup play-off event
Elsewhere, Ireland’s Shane Lowry carded a one-under 71 for a share of 47th alongside Lee Westwood.
# swinging to the bell
Gavin Moynihan produces career-best finish in battle to retain European Tour card
The Dubliner has given himself a chance in Portugal next week.
# On Course
The 62-year old playing every golf course in Ireland
Pat Smyth set himself the lofty goal as his retirement plan – and the finish line is now in sight.
# Double Up
Irish amateur Paul Dunne produces stunning round to qualify for The Open
It is his second time to qualify.
# Irish Golf
Alan Dunbar wins British Amateur title
The Co Down youngster will now have the chance to compete in the British Open and the US Masters.
# bualadh bos
Ireland's best bits - stuff the world thinks we're great at
Baby names, Irish-American movies and green pancakes: some of the things we’re apparently brilliant at.
# Fore!
More misery for Harrington as he opens with 73 in Florida
Three bogeys in final six holes means the three-time major winner could struggle to make the cut.