Ireland internationals Tiarnan McLarnon and John Murphy made their exit as the shocks continued in the Pierse Motors VW sponsored South of Ireland Ama(...)

John Murphy from Kinsale becomes the third Irish winner of the St Andrews Links Trophy following his playoff victory on the Old Course at St Andrews.

Murphy claims St Andrews Links Trophy in playoff Kinsale’s John Murphy holed the most important putt of his career to win the St Andrews Links Trophy(...)

Christo Lamprecht (South Africa) winner of  East of Ireland Championship celebrates after holing his final putt on the 18th green at County Louth Golf Club. Photograph:  Pat Cashman

On a crystal clear day, with barely a breath of wind to even allow the fescue grasses to sway, we looked into a crystal ball and discovered the futur(...)

 Robin Dawson: Tramore man is one of the favourites for the West of Ireland title. Photograph:  Patrick Bolger/Getty Images

Reputations count for nothing when the wind whips across County Sligo for the annual West of Ireland Championship. While eight members of the intern(...)

Fred Perry’s unexpected death at the age of 84 brings an end to five decades of unbroken tenure with the Golfing Union of Ireland. Photograph: Inpho

Sweden’s Kinhult takes second Spanish title Frida Kinhult, from Sweden, who beat Ireland’s Paula Grant in the last 16, won the Spanish women’s amateu(...)

Robert Abernethy: young Dun Laoghaire member is through to the last 16 of the West of Ireland where he will meet Naas’s Robert Brazill.  Picture by Pat Cashman

Schoolboy Robert Abernethy was one of the unlikely heroes as a host of big guns were silenced and the West of Ireland Amateur Open was blown wide ope(...)

Naas’ Conor O’Rourke went back to basics and fired a five-under-par 66 to snatch a two-stroke lead after the first qualifying round of the West of Ire(...)

Alex Gleeson beat John-Ross Galbraith 2&1 to win the Irish Close at Ballyliffin. Photograph: Cathal Noonan/Inpho

Castle’s Alex Gleeson shrugged off some late resistance from Whitehead’s John-Ross Galbraith to capture the AIG Irish Amateur Close title by 3 and 1 (...)

Tiarnan McLarnon begins the defence of his AIG Irish Amateur Close title at Ballyliffin on Tuesday.

Tiarnan McLarnon begins the defence of his AIG Irish Amateur Close title at Ballyliffin on Tuesday as the final major of the season gets underway on t(...)

Portmarnock’s Conor Purcell, winner of the South of Ireland Championship, will gain his first Irish cap in the Home Internationals at Nairn in Scotland next week.

Ireland’s team for the men’s Home Internationals at Nairn on August 10th-12th will include four new caps as Seán Flanagan, Tiarnan McLarnon, Conor O’R(...)

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