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Saturday 4 February 2023 Dublin: 9°C

# seamus power

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# Going Well
Ireland's Seamus Power remains firmly in the hunt ahead of Sunday showdown in Detroit
Round of 69 leaves Waterford man joint-fourth at Rocket Mortgage Classic.
# prime position
Second round 66 leaves Seamus Power with share of the lead in Detroit
The Irishman is breaking up the American dominance heading into 4th of July weekend.
# Nick of time
Canada's Taylor triumphs at Pebble Beach, as Power the only Irishman to finish it out
Taylor held off Phil Mickelson to win the US PGA Tour event.
# Golf
Power's bid to retain PGA Tour card heads to play-offs
Power carded a final round 69 to finish on seven under-par at the Wyndham Championship.
# Golf
South Korea's An holds lead at Wyndham as Power battles to hold onto PGA Tour card
Waterford native Seamus Power carded a 71 which leaves him tied for 55th overall.
# PGA Tour
Power makes the cut but has work to do at the Wyndham Championship
Pádraig Harrington, meanwhile, won’t be staying around for the weekend.
# Last Chance Saloon
Seamus Power finds his season's best when he needed it most
The Waterford native — battling to keep his PGA Tour card — shot an opening-round 64 at the Wyndham Championship.
# Day Two
Late recovery saves Lowry from cut, Power surges up Irish Open leaderboard
The home challenge has somewhat faded on day two of the Irish Open at Lahinch.
# PGA Tour
Power stalls as world number 48 Reavie seizes six-shot lead at Travelers
There was disaster for overnight leader Zack Sucher on Saturday.
# PGA Tour
Harrington misses out as unheralded Sucher seizes lead at Travelers Championship
Seamus Power sits seven shots off the lead after the second round at TPC River Highlands.
# PGA Tour
Seamus Power off to promising start after hitting five birdies at Travelers Championship
The Waterford native is currently two shots off the lead in Connecticut.
# Disappointment
Irish trio Harrington, Power and Hoey miss out at US Open qualifiers
47-year-old Dubliner Harrington came closest.
# Lahinch
Waterford's Power grateful for chance to come home and play Irish Open
The 32-year-old has received a sponsor’s invite to play at Lahinch in July.
# In form
Double-bogey finish costs Power $100,000 but strong form continues
The Waterford golfer finished in 13th at the Wells Fargo Championship, further boosting his FedEx Cup ranking.
# Up and Running
Rory McIlroy hits incredible shot on the way to a share of the lead at Wells Fargo
Ireland’s Seamus Power is just three shots further back while Padraig Harrington is facing an uphill battle heading into the second round.
# Irish Eye
'It's been encouraging' - Lowry and Power take 'many positives' from top-six finishes
So close, but yet so far at the RBC Heritage in South Carolina.
# late surge
Power finishes with a flourish to produce season's best result in South Carolina
The Waterford native shot 67 on the final day of the RBC Heritage to climb into the top 10.
# Leading The Way
Lowry the first round leader in South Carolina as he bounces back from Masters setback
Shane Lowry is top on six-under after his first round in the RBC Heritage.
# Valspar Championship
McDowell fades back to par in Florida, while bogey run has Power facing cut
Luke Donald and Russell Knox are in the hunt with leader Joel Dahmen sitting five under par.
# Ace
Power strikes gold as he hits first hole-in-one of career at Sawgrass
The Waterford native hit an inch-perfect eight iron during the third round of the Players Championship.
# across the pond
Tough start for McDowell and Power in Florida as big names steer clear of Honda Classic
Rory McIlroy, for one, has opted to sit out.
# raising arizona
Seamus Power facing battle to make the cut at Phoenix Open
An American trio share the lead after the first round.
# The Great Escape
'Nobody would have been safe to watch it with me': Power relieved to retain Tour card
The Waterford golfer faced an agonising wait on Sunday as his fate lay in the hands of Sergio Garcia.
# alive at 125
Relief as Seamus Power just retains US Tour card
A Sergio Garcia meltdown was good news for the Waterford man.
Tiger will start the weekend four shots off the lead at the Quicken Loans
Is it time for Tiger’s first win since 2013?
# Power and the Glory
Power up! Seamus storms into the lead at the St Jude Classic
The Waterford man leads the field by a shot.
# Flying the flag
Bright start for Irish contingent as last chance Masters bid underway in Houston
Three of the four sit inside the top ten.
# Sony Open
Harman moves clear at Sony Open in Hawaii as Power remains tied for 37th
A seven-under 63 in the second round saw Brian Harman pull clear at the Sony Open in Hawaii.
# G-Mac
Graeme McDowell had his best tournament in more than a year at the weekend
McDowell finished three shots behind winner Patrick Cantlay at the Shriners Open.
# Work to do
Seamus Power slips back after encouraging start in Las Vegas
Play was suspended at the PGA Tour Shriners Hospitals for Children Open for a second consecutive day due to poor light.
# nearly an ace
Seamus Power's promising opening round stalled because of poor light in Vegas
The Waterford man came close to a hole-in-one.
# faded
Disappointment for Power in the end as Armour storms to first PGA title
The Waterford man tumbled down the leaderboard to finish in joint 18th place.
# big day ahead
Ireland's Seamus Power tied for third as final round in Mississippi calls
The Waterford native is still in contention at the Sanderson Farm Championships.
# Golf
Dunne slips after strong start in Shanghai while Power in contention in Mississippi
There were mixed fortunes for the Irish in China and the United States this morning.
# Drama At The End
Waterford's Power hangs on to PGA Tour card in Florida and it's all thanks to American Matt Harmon
The US golfer’s nightmare finish enabled Power to retain his card for 2018.
# Hard To Take
Seamus Power falls victim to unfortunate rule and misses out on PGA Tour card
The Waterford native dropped down to 130th in the Fedex rankings over the weekend.
# Power Rankings
Power's PGA Tour card remains in the balance after top-10 finish
The Irish Olympian posted a final round of 66 at the Canadian Open.
# Golf
Ireland's Power and Lowry off to strong start at low-scoring Canadian Open
Five-way tie at the top of the leaderboard in Oakville.
# power play
Daniel Berger claims second successive St Jude Classic as Seamus Power struggles through final round
Power hit four bogeys on the final day.
# Q School
Ian Poulter has lost his PGA Tour card after missing the cut in Texas
Poulter vows to come back “stronger and more determined than ever.”