Leona Maguire

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Leona Maguire has been at the top of the women’s amateur world golf rankings for 131 week. Photo: Matthew Lewis/Getty Images

Breaking records is becoming quite a habit for Ireland’s Leona Maguire as she continues her dominant college golf career in the US before turning prof(...)

 Paul Dunne: “I didn’t play as well as I would have hoped, but I would rather get no points and a team win than win all matches and the team lose.”

Paul Dunne’s globetrotting for 2018 is already well and truly under way, as part of Europe’s winning team in the EurAsia Cup, but it will be interesti(...)

 Leona Maguire: “It is about fine-tuning everything and getting that little bit better.” Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

Number 1 An intimidating presence? Leona Maguire, all 5ft 6in tall, doesn’t immediately fit the profile. She is engaging in conversation, modest, eve(...)

Philip Reid, Irish Times Golf Correspondent (left) and Peter Kilcullen, Sales Director, Allianz pictured with the Irish Golf Writers’ Association winner Paul Dunne who received the Professional Golfer of the Year at a ceremony held in the Portmarnock Hotel. Photograph: Robbie Reynolds

Paul Dunne’s move from amateur to professional has been seamless. To say he hit the ground running on making the transition would be an understatement(...)

St Kieran’s College, Kilkenny, the Leinster Schools Senior champions (Standing (l-r): Ned Kirwan, Michael O’Shaughnessy, Sean Minogue, James Everard. Seated: Shane Whelan, Anne Wemyss, team manager St Kieran’s College, John Ferriter, chairman Leinster Golf, Patrick O’Shea.

Four Irish in Curtis Cup squad Four Irish players are included in an initial Britain and Ireland squad of 14 players ahead of next year’s Curtis Cup (...)

 Trainer Jessica Harrington has been named The Irish Times / Sport Ireland Sportswoman of the Year for 2017.  Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Leading horse trainer Jessica Harrington has been crowned The Irish Times / Sport Ireland Sportswoman of the Year for 2017. A memorable year for the (...)

Annabel Wilson from Lurgan who finished fifth in the Telegraph Vitality Junior Golf Championship in the Algarve.

Hopkins the youngest boys’ winner England’s Max Hopkins was hailed as a “star in the making” after he etched his name into the Telegraph Vitality Jun(...)

Katie Taylor in Dublin  with her WBA lightweight belt. Photograph: Oisin Keniry/Inpho

It was in 2007 that Katie Taylor won the first of her four Sportswoman of the Year awards, her sustained success since then making her a serious conte(...)

Leona Maguire: “To win it once was one thing, but to win it three times is quite a humbling feeling.” Photograph:  Matthew Lewis/Getty Images

Ireland’s Leona Maguire has won the Mark H McCormack Medal for the third consecutive year as the leading women’s player in the World Amateur Golf Ran(...)

In-Kyung Kim of Korea celebrates with the trophy following her victory in the Ricoh Women’s British Open at Kingsbarns Golf Links in  Scotland. Photograph: Matthew Lewis/Getty Images

Korea’s In-Kyung Kim held off a brilliant challenge from England’s Jodi Ewart Shadoff to claim an overdue maiden Major title in the Ricoh Women’s Brit(...)

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