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Thursday 9 February 2023 Dublin: 6°C

# Irish Open

Last year
2022
# Ready to Rock
Rory McIlroy confirmed for 2023 Irish Open
The world number one will return to the K Club where he secured his first professional victory on Irish soil in 2016.
# strong field
Irish Open set for September date at K Club in 2023
Shane Lowry said the move “makes the fifth major even better.”
# on the charge
Maguire shoots superb round of 65 to close within two of leader at Irish Open
Cavan golfer got four birdies and an eagle in the closing seven holes of today’s third round at Dromoland Castle.
# open schedule
Leona Maguire not yet committed to playing Irish Open
Maguire bounced back from a poor third round to finish inside the top 10 at Galgorm Castle.
# Irish Open
Flake shortages, GAA jerseys and a pulsating finish
Shane Lowry finished as the best of the Irish at Mount Juliet.
# Irish Open
Adrian Meronk triumphs at Mount Juliet to become first Polish winner on DP World Tour
‘I’m super excited (to win) here in Ireland, such a great history. I can’t describe it.’
# Business end
Mount Juliet set for exciting finale despite disappointing showing from Irish stars
2020 champion John Catlin set the early pace with the lowest round of the day.
# Going Well
Adrian Meronk aiming to make history for Poland as he leads Irish Open
Shane Lowry, who birdied the final four holes on Friday to make the cut with a shot to spare, carded a third round of 68 to reach seven-under.
# Irish Open
Lowry: 'I’d half-resigned myself to the fact that I was packing my bags'
Jorge Campillo tops the leaderboard at the midway point.
# Golf
Irish Open: Drama at its finest as Lowry rises like Lazarus
It was a thrilling finish for the Offaly man at Mount Juliet.
# Irish Open
Fantastic Friday finish keeps Lowry in the field at Mount Juliet, Power best of the Irish
Spain’s Jorge Campillo is the leader on 11-under.
# Reaction
Fox surprised to be leading Irish Open, tired Harrington aims to go low
The New Zealander carded a flawless 64 to set the pace at Mount Juliet.
# Home Soil
Irish Open: Crowds turn out for Lowry, Power and co. but unlikely names steal the show
Adam McKendry sets the scene from day one at the Irish Open.
# Irish Open
Power and Kearney leading Irish players at Mount Juliet, Lowry shoots first round 71
New Zealander Ryan Fox is the leader after his eight-under 64.
# seamus power
From watching idols as a steward to playing alongside them - Irish Open memories
‘This is something that’s been special for a long time, and it will be forever, for the rest of my career.’
# Irish Open
Shane Lowry: 'I'd love myself to be the Irishman to do well'
The 2009 winner is looking for a big week at Mount Juliet.
# 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
# future plans
2022 Irish Open to take place at Mount Juliet
It will be the second consecutive year that the Kilkenny venue will host the event.
# Pay Day
The Irish Open prize money will increase to €5 million from 2022
Meanwhile the Scottish Open and two US events will be co-sanctioned by the US PGA and European Tours next season.
# Irish Open
Herbert leads Irish Open as Rory McIlroy and Shane Lowry fall off the pace
Rory McIlroy is 11 shots off the lead with Lowry 12 behind after the third round of the Irish Open.
# Mount Juliet
Sharvin the best of the home favourites as Lowry and McIlroy struggle at Irish Open
Graeme McDowell also had an encouraging round heading into the final day at Mount Juliet.
# second round
McIlroy and Lowry recover to stand at five-under after Irish Open second round
Australian Lucas Herbert is the leader on -13 at Mount Juliet.
# sluggish starts
Home favourites all off the pace after first day of Irish Open
Lowry is best-placed of the high-profile home challengers at Mount Juliet, six shots off the lead.
# tokyo dreaming
'I’m not going to make up the numbers. I’m going to win a medal' - Lowry outlines Olympic ambitions
Lowry will represent Ireland in Tokyo along with Rory McIlroy.
# Mount Juliet
McIlroy, Harrington, Lowry and McDowell to compete at Irish Open in July
‘I cannot wait to get back and play in front of the Irish crowds again,’ said Open champion Lowry.
# Aiming high
Shane Lowry: ‘I’m very driven – more so than I have ever been before’
The 2019 Open champion has rediscovered his form in the last eight weeks in the US.
# ballymena
Sugrue slips back as Rai leads the way at Irish Open
The Cork amateur remains the best of the Irish, but today’s 73 puts him over par.
# as it stands
Padraig Harrington and Shane Lowry among stars to miss cut at Irish Open
The Dubliner slipped the wrong side of the projected cut after a bogey on the 18th hole.
# precaution
Swede Soderberg withdrawn from Irish Open after 'contact' tests positive for Covid-19
The 30-year-old will now self-isolate for 14 days while his playing partners continue to play.
# Tree Time
Pádraig Harrington dabbles in some casual gardening midway through his Irish Open round
Europe’s Ryder Cup captain is six shots off the early pace after an opening day 71.
# Mixed Fortunes
Cork amateur Sugrue leads the home charge at Irish Open after poor start by Lowry
The Open champion will face a battle to make the cut tomorrow, while his amateur equivalent made a storming start at Galgorm Castle.
# Homecoming
Shane Lowry confirms Irish Open bid at Galgorm
“I wanted to do everything possible to get home,” Lowry said.
# CONFIRMED
2020 Irish Open to be held at Galgorm Castle in September
The event was originally scheduled to take place at Mount Juliet in May.
# caution
Irish Open the only European Tour event I'd consider playing this year - Lowry
The Offaly man believes he will spending the rest of this year in America.
# Called Off
Irish Open at Mount Juliet is postponed due to coronavirus
The tournament was scheduled to take place from 28-31 May.
# RIP
Former Irish Open champion John O'Leary dies aged 70
The Dublin native passed away after an illness.
# He's back
McIlroy confirmed to play at this year's Irish Open after missing out in 2019
The world number one is set to return to the tournament, which will be held at Mount Juliet in May.
# GMac
Graeme McDowell to host the Irish Open in 2020 and 2021
The former US Open winner succeeds Paul McGinley.
# 2020 vision
Mount Juliet will host the Irish Open for the first time in 25 years
The Jack Nicklaus-designed course in Kilkenny has been confirmed as the venue for the 2020 tournament.
# the european tour
Irish Open moved back to May but venue for 2020 still undecided
The European Tour today released its schedule for next season.