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What a week we had. . What a week we had.. A PHOTOGRAPHIC DIARY OF THE 2019 DUBAI DUTY FREE IRISH OPEN IN LAHINCH


WHAT a week we all enjoyed at the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open 2019. When Rory McIlroy asked me to take over the hosting in September 2018 my immediate thoughts went to what has made Irish Open’s successful in the past? I felt an arching theme that represented the very fabric of Irish culture was always one of a festival atmosphere and great craic. I knew Lahinch could provide that canvas but we would also need buy in from the local community, County Council and The Gardaí. At our first meeting I quickly realised that if Lahinch were to be the venue these stakeholders would not just be viewing this event as business it would be much more important than that to them, it would be personal. That great Irish trait, evidenced locally through the GAA and Munster Rugby, of representing your community and county became abundantly clear.

was no wonder that 6 of the top 9 in Portrush had played in Lahinch, including the winner that week, our own Shane Lowry. All great validation for the quality of the golf course in Lahinch as well as its condition under Brian, our Head greenkeeper. There are so many people that contributed to our wonderful success, too many to mention but they know who they are and how they contributed, some through small tasks some through large ones. We were very much a team. The local community was key and I was delighted to be able to recognise that by donating back the funds I raised through my Foundation, during the DDFIO week, to projects in the local community. By common consensus we leave behind a legacy as one of the best ever Dubai Duty Free Irish Open’s.

Following agreement from the European Tour as well as Dubai Duty Free, Lahinch got to be officially announced as the host venue for DDFIO 2019.

We did our country proud and showcased all that is great about Ireland and its people through the lens of professional golf.

The week itself was enjoyed by all in a flurry of excitement, good weather, great golf and importantly good old-fashioned Irish fun. The winner, Jon Rahm, was the highest ranked player in the field. With the set-up mirroring what the players would come to experience 2 weeks later at the Open Championship in Royal Portrush, it

Go raibh maith agat Lahinch. Paul McGinley, Tournament host

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CLARE County Council is proud to have played a leading role in delivering what has been one of the outstanding success stories for Clare in many years. The hosting of the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open in Clare has reaped significant dividends for the local economy as well as the national and international reputation of County Clare and Ireland. We worked closely in partnership with An Garda Síochána, Lahinch Golf Club, The European Tour, Dubai Duty Free, HSE, the local community, tournament host Paul McGinley and others to ensure that visitors to Lahinch enjoyed their experience and that they will now consider returning in the future to explore all of what County Clare has to offer. This event provided a unique opportunity for Clare County Council and the local tourism sector to showcase the County to an international television audience of more than 500 million people. It is now up to everyone interested in promoting our tourism sector to take advantage of the opportunity that has been presented to us

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to continue to promote the message that Clare is a vibrant and attractive location to visit. Clare County Council looks forward to leading these efforts. From an organisational perspective, the event ran extremely smoothly which is testament to the multi-agency approach adopted in the lead up to the tournament. Great credit must go to tournament host Paul McGinley and Paddy Keane of Lahinch Golf Club for delivering a process of positive engagement with the wider community ahead of and during the Irish Open. I want to pay a very special tribute to my colleagues in Clare County Council who displayed incredible commitment and dedication and they truly should be proud of their efforts. For all of us in the Council – the atmosphere and the sense of pride in our county during the first week of July 2019 will last long in our memories. Pat Dowling Chief Executive Officer, Clare County Council


LAHINCH Golf Club’s hosting of the 2019 Dubai Duty Free Irish Open has been a major fillip to our Club, our truly unique links, the village, the wider community across the county and, indeed, golf in Ireland.

the members every step of the way, in particular it acknowledges the leadership of John Gleeson, Chairman of the Championship Committee; Paddy Keane, General Manager; Padraig Slattery; Martin O’Sullivan, Chairman of Volunteers and Brian McDonagh, Course Superintendent.

There is no doubt but for the vision and determination of Paul McGinley, Lahinch would not have featured amongst the courses being considered for the honour of hosting an Irish Open. Yet, how inspired was his choice, acknowledged by the membership in granting Paul our highest accolade, Honorary Life Membership. Together, we can now look back with pride on one of the most successful hostings in the illustrious history of the tournament, stretching back to 1927.

It had been a key ambition of the Club that the staging of the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open would leave a legacy of goodwill to underpin our links’ status as being amongst the world’s finest and most welcoming. The stunning international television images of our links, coastline and village, thronged with good humoured crowds, enjoying the golf and welcoming atmosphere, ensured that ambition was achieved.

Jon Rahm’s emergence as champion, emphatically answering the subtle but critical demands made of each contender by the course in the ‘white heat’ of Sunday afternoon, was a fitting tribute to our wonderful links, reinforcing the age-old maxim that great courses deliver great champions. The Club is particularly appreciative of the unstinting support consistently and willingly given by

In producing this booklet for our members, it is hoped it will revive for you memories of never-to-be forgotten days filled with excitement, fun and camaraderie. Enjoy!

Thank you to all the photographers without whose photographs this book would not have been possible. Brian Arthur, Getty Images, John Kelly, Norm Cummings, Lynn Slattery, Atlantic Hotel, Lahinch, Conor Tuohy, Peter Heuber, Pat Foley, Art Cummings, Michael Cagney, Michael Slattery, Kenneth Kenny, Peter Fitzgerald , Rob MacDonald Robert McCavery, Andrew Keane, Fergus Molony, Gerry O’Sullivan, Clare County Council, Shaun Barry, Brian McDonagh, Patrick O’Dwyer, Aileen O’Brien (O’Brien PR), Michael Vaughan, Eamon Foley, Johnny O’Brien Daily Write Ups: Brian Keogh - Design & Layout: John O’Rourke - Print: D2 Print, Ennis

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The build up THE build of the site for the 2019 Dubai Duty Free Irish Open started six weeks prior to the tournament, but the preparations and planning started almost a year in advance. Clare County Council and An Garda SĂ­ochĂĄna, contributed to the smooth running of one of the best Irish Opens in recent memory and without their support an event of this scale would not have been possible. The turf from the pitching green is removed in preparation for the building of the corporate hospitality suites while the removal of the ESB poles enhances the vista over the 18th green.

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It all comes together in the end; following six weeks of construction, Lahinch Golf Club has been transformed with the state of the art facilities required to successfully host the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open ready for action. 7


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1: Final preparations are in full swing as the town of Lahinch eagerly awaits the arrival of the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open: 2: The goats were out on the Golf Course predicting fine weather for the week ahead; 3: Course machinery going through some last minute inspections in preparation for the tournament. 8


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1: Former Greenkeeper at Lahinch Golf Club PJ Queally has a chat with Des Smyth at Ennistymon Community Hospital; 2: The hard working staff take a break for a photo with Des Smyth and Chairman of the Lahinch Golf Club DDFIO Committee John Glesson with the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open Trophy; 3: The Players Lounge awaits its first arrivals as the build up to the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open continues; 4: Tournament host Paul McGinley Honorary Life Member of Lahinch Golf Club looks well in his green jacket. 9


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1: Lahinch Golf Club in pristine condition ahead of the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open; 2: Final preparations as the greenkeepers do the final cut on the Klondyke; 3: Ann Daly of Atlantic Way Gallery displaying her artwork in the Championship Village. 4: One of the many window displays around the village during the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open; 5: “It was here when I left last night�... Greenkeepers choosing the hole location for the opening day;

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1: The Lahinch residents get into the spirit of the event with a display to welcome title sponsor Dubai Duty Free; 2: Tournament host, Paul McGinley holds a press conference prior to the start of the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open; 3: Jon Rahm gets some last minute practice in; 4: Competitors take full advantage of the driving range on the evening before the competition commences. 11


Tournament host Paul McGinley held a special golf clinic for the junior members of Lahinch Golf club. 12


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1: Panoramic view of the practice facilities prior to the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open; 2: The TV Compound which beamed images of County Clare and Lahinch around the world; 3: Murphy’s totalhealth Pharmacy, Ennistymon, winner of the best window display competition. 13


On the eve of The Dubai Duty Free Irish Open, Honorary Life Member Peter Alliss the ‘voice of golf’ held an indoor ‘Round with Alliss’ questions and answer session in the company of former tour player, Gary Murphy. The full house reveled in Peter’s stories from his lifetime in golf. 14


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The Pro-Am THE SUN was splitting the stones as the Pro-Am signalled the opening of the tournament week with the professionals teeing it up with three amateurs in a team format competition. Celebrities including Sports stars Sir AP McCoy, Paul O’Connell, Ruby Walsh, Keith Wood, Cian Lynch, Joe Canning, Shane O’Donnell, Tomás Ó Sé, Luke Fitzgerald and Kieran Donaghy as well as musician Niall Horan and actor Jimmy Nesbitt took to the links. The Pro-Am was the final chance for the pros to get a look at the course before the main event got underway on Thursday morning. 1: Past Captain of Lahinch Golf Club, Dickie Pyne enjoying the Pro-Am; 2: Pádraig Harrington signs a ball for a young fan; 3: Oh Dad!...Young Paddy O’Connell, son and caddy of rugby legend Paul O’Connell, reacts to his dad’s putt during the Pro-Am. 16


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1: Former Irish rugby star Keith Wood chipping onto the 3rd Green; 2: Today FM’s Dermot Whelan, Former Jockey Ruby Walsh, Brendan Lawlor and 2008 Masters Champion, Trevor Immelman on the first tee; 3: Galway hurler Joe Canning and Limerick hurler Cian Lynch watch Joe’s ball find its way back into play. 18

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1: Keith Pelley, CEO of the European Tour teeing off on the Klondyke; 2: JP McManus waits to take his putt during the Dubai Duty Free Pro-Am; 3: Dubai Duty Free CEO, Colm McLoughlin and his wife Breada make their way up the fairway during the Pro-Am; 4: Former Jockey Sir AP McCoy in action during the Pro-Am. 19


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1: Musician Niall Horan enjoying his round during the Pro-Am; 2: Ian Poulter signs autographs for young fans at the 10th tee; 3: Comedian Conor Moore salutes the crowd following his tee shot on the 1st hole. 20


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1: Actor James Nesbitt keeps an eye on his ball following his tee shot on the third hole during the Pro-Am; 2: Jon Rahm photobombs the Fitzgerald family photo with 2018 Dubai Duty Free Irish Open Champion Russell Knox; 3: Li Haotong with Irish Amateurs, Caolan Rafferty, Annabel Wilson and James Sugrue; 4: Italian Guido Migliozzi has a read through previous winners of the Claret Jug; 5: Lahinch Golf Club Mens President, Austin Slattery tees off on the first during the Pro-Am. 21


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1: The Greener Clare team encourage visitors to Lahinch to recycle their waste during the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open; 2: The South of Ireland trophy, the Amateur Championship trophy, the Claret Jug and the Irish Open trophy on display at Lahinch Golf Club; 3: The first tee gets an early morning final cut before the competition begins. 22


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1: Clare County Council CEO, Pat Dowling and Mayor of Clare, Cllr Cathal Crowe stop for a chat with Philip and Bernadette Morrison of the Morrison Gallery in Lahinch; 2: Rowena Sheen shows Mayor of Clare, Cllr Cathal Crowe a selection of her jewellery collection that’s hand made in her studio in Ennistymon; 3: Kevin Lynch of Airmid Natural Irish Handmade Skincare introduces the Mayor of Clare to their products which are handmade in Kilfenora. 23


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1: Remember 1982? Shane Lowry signs a young fans Kerry jersey; 2: Chairman of the board of Rolex, Bertrand Gros keeps an eye on his tee shot during the Pro-Am; 3: Lahinch Golf Club Lady President Georgina Condon with Graeme McDowell and Lahinch Captains Helena Tiernan and Eamon Foley during their Pro-Am round. 24


Harrington lights up Lahinch on Day One PÁDRAIG Harrington proved that form is fleeting and class permanent as he made eight birdies in a sun-drenched, seven-under-par 63 in front of 16,288 fans to take the first-round lead. “Whenever I step on a links golf course, I am going to be good value,” Harrington said after finishing the day a shot clear of South African Zander Lombard, making a mockery of pre-tournament odds of 100-1. “Only a fool would discount me on a links course.” Padraig Harrington’s birdie putt on the 18th hole during day one of the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open

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1: The crowds make their way up the 18th Hole in glorious sunshine; 2: Jon Rahm enjoys a snack during his opening round; 3: The aroma from the barbeque on the course provided the perfect pit-stop for spectators 4: The picture says it all, having a ball in Lahinch 5: Failte Ireland and Swing Golf visit the Golf Channel studio which beamed images of Lahinch and County Clare around the world. 26

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The atmosphere is great and I loved playing in front of this crowd, they are some of the best fans in the World Tommy Fleetwood

Liscannor Bay lies perfectly still as Tommy Fleetwood tees off on the 8th hole during day one of the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open 27


Ian Poulter tees off in front of a packed gallery on day one of the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open.

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1: Taking a break from the golf and enjoying the sunshine in the Championship Village; 2: Clare producers and artists with Mayor of Clare Cathal Crowe in the Championship Village; 3: Inspector Paul Slattery, Clare County Council CEO Pat Dowling, Mayor of Clare Cathal Crowe and Chief Superintendent Sean Colleran share a joke in the tented village. 29


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1: European Tour Winner,Ashley Chesters of England lines up a putt; 2: Graeme McDowell joins Tim Barter in the Sky Zone; 3: 2016 Masters Champion Danny Willett plays his second shot on the 7th. 30


Tyrrell Hatton takes a rest on the 18th fairway as it all became too much for some 31


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1: Louis Oosthuizen tees off on the 1st hole during Day One; 2: Paul McGinley with players and coaches of the Special Olympics Ireland World Summer Games golf team who received a rapturous applause from the packed stands as they were introduced to the crowd; 3: Special Olympics Global Ambassador Padraig Harrington meets Simon Lowry and members of the Special Olympics Ireland World Summer Games golf team; 4: Overseas Life Member, Matt Adams joins Rich Lerner in the Golf Channel studio; 5: Television commentator and golf analyst Rich Beem with Club Captain Eamon Foley. 32

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1: Shane Lowry dips in dissapointment as his putt fails to go in the hole; 2: Spectators make use of one of the many viewing points around Lahinch Golf Club; 3: 2014 Ryder Cup hero Jamie Donaldson chips off the stone wall adjacent to the 18th green and reacts to the crowds cheers during Day One of the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open; 4: Eddie Pepperell plays his third shot onto the 18th Green. 33


Padraig Harrington plays his third shot from a bunker on the 18th Hole while on his way to the top of the leaderboard with a score of -7 after day one of the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open.

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round1 POS PLAYER NAME

SCORE

R1

DAWSON, Robin

-2

68

KJELDSEN, Søren

PAR

70

DE JAGER, Louis

2

72

FIGUEIREDO, Pedro

-2

68

LUITEN, Joost

PAR

70

DE LA RIVA, Eduardo

2

72

1

HARRINGTON, Padraig

-7

63

GAGLI, Lorenzo

-2

68

MCBRIDE, Paul (AM)

PAR

70

DREDGE, Bradley

2

72

2

LOMBARD, Zander

-6

64

JOHNSTON, Liam

-2

68

PARATORE, Renato

PAR

70

HARDING, Justin

2

72

3

LORENZO-VERA, Mike

-5

65

KARLSSON, Robert

-2

68

PAVAN, Andrea

PAR

70

HORSFIELD, Sam

2

72

OLESEN, Thorbjørn

-5

65

LAW, David

-2

68

PEREZ, Victor

PAR

70

JACQUELIN, Raphaël

2

72

ORMSBY, Wade

-5

65

LEMKE, Niklas

-2

68

POWER, Seamus

PAR

70

KIEFFER, Maximilian

2

72

PAISLEY, Chris

-5

65

LEWIS, Tom

-2

68

SCHMITT, Max

PAR

70

KOIVU, Kim

2

72

PARK, Hyowon

-5

65

LI, Haotong

-2

68

SINGH BRAR, Jack

PAR

70

MCDOWELL, Graeme

2

72

PEPPERELL, Eddie

-5

65

MIGLIOZZI, Guido

-2

68

VAN ROOYEN, Erik

PAR

70

MOYNIHAN, Gavin

2

72

SLATTERY, Lee

-5

65

MOLINARI, Edoardo

-2

68

WALTERS, Justin

PAR

70

PULKKANEN, Tapio

2

72

ANCER, Abraham

-4

66

PARK, Sanghyun

-2

68

WOOD, Chris

PAR

70

SHARMA, Shubhankar

2

72

PORTEOUS, Haydn

-2

68

ZANOTTI, Fabrizio

PAR

70

STERNE, Richard

2

72

AIKEN, Thomas

1

71

SURI, Julian

2

72

WINTHER, Jeff

2

72

ELVIRA, Nacho

3

73

10

19

19

32

GREEN, Gavin

-4

66

ROMERO, Andres

-2

68

90

KAYMER, Martin

-4

66

SULLIVAN, Andy

-2

68

BJØRN, Thomas

1

71

LOWRY, Shane

-4

66

WALLACE, Matt

-2

68

CLARKE, Darren

1

71

MACINTYRE, Robert

-4

66

POULTER, Ian

-4

66

SHARVIN, Cormac

-4

WESTWOOD, Lee

132

WILLETT, Danny

-2

68

DANTORP, Jens

1

71

FICHARDT, Darren

3

73

CAMPILLO, Jorge

-1

69

DONALDSON, Jamie

1

71

FOX, Ryan

3

73

66

COLSAERTS, Nicolas

-1

69

DUNNE, Paul

1

71

HATTON, Tyrrell

3

73

-4

66

FDEZ-CASTAÑO, Gonzalo

-1

69

EVANS, Ben

1

71

HEND, Scott

3

73

WILSON, Oliver

-4

66

HANSEN, Joachim B.

-1

69

FISHER, Ross

1

71

JAMIESON, Scott

3

73

BHULLAR, Gaganjeet

-3

67

HORSEY, David

-1

69

FORREST, Grant

1

71

KITAYAMA, Kurt

3

73

FISHER, Oliver

-3

67

HOWELL, David

-1

69

GALLACHER, Stephen

1

71

LEVY, Alexander

3

73

FLEETWOOD, Tommy

-3

67

KAWAMURA, Masahiro

-1

69

GOUVEIA, Ricardo

1

71

MCLEOD, Jake

3

73

KARLSSON, Anton

-3

67

LANGASQUE, Romain

-1

69

HEBERT, Benjamin

1

71

PAVON, Matthieu

3

73

KINHULT, Marcus

-3

67

LARRAZÁBAL, Pablo

-1

69

JOHNSTON, Andrew

1

71

PIETERS, Thomas

3

73

KNOX, Russell

-3

67

MANLEY, Stuart

-1

69

MCEVOY, Richard

1

71

SMITH, Jordan

3

73

KRUYSWIJK, Jacques

-3

67

OTAEGUI, Adrian

-1

69

McGEADY, Michael

1

71

TANIHARA, Hideto

3

73

RAMSAY, Richie

-1

69

MORRISON, James

1

71

WANG, Jeunghun

3

73

WU, Ashun

3

73

BEZUIDENHOUT, Christiaan

4

74

54

LAGERGREN, Joakim

-3

67

SOUTHGATE, Matthew

-1

69

OOSTHUIZEN, Louis

1

71

RAHM, Jon

-3

67

WIESBERGER, Bernd

-1

69

O’ROURKE, Conor

1

71

ROCK, Robert

-3

67

BERTASIO, Nino

PAR

70

QUIROS, Alvaro

1

71

CROCKER, Sean

4

74

SODERBERG, Sebastian

-3

67

BURMESTER, Dean

PAR

70

RAI, Aaron

1

71

MIYAZATO, Yusaku

4

74

STONE, Brandon

-3

67

CASEY, Brian

PAR

70

SCHWAB, Matthias

1

71

REITAN, Kristoffer

4

74

WARING, Paul

-3

67

COETZEE, George

PAR

70

SORDET, Clément

1

71

CHESTERS, Ashley

5

75

ARNAUS, Adri

-2

68

DETRY, Thomas

PAR

70

VAN ZYL, Jaco

1

71

EDBERG, Pelle

5

75

BRAZEL, Sam

-2

68

DRYSDALE, David

PAR

70

WATTEL, Romain

1

71

LIPSKY, David

5

75

BROWN, Steven

-2

68

DUBUISSON, Victor

PAR

70

BJERREGAARD, Lucas

2

72

SAMOOJA, Kalle

5

75

CABRERA BELLO, Rafa

-2

68

HERBERT, Lucas

PAR

70

BJÖRK, Alexander

2

72

155

SCRIVENER, Jason

6

76

CAÑIZARES, Alejandro

-2

68

JAIDEE, Thongchai

PAR

70

CHAWRASIA, S.S.P.

2

72

156

IMMELMAN, Trevor

8

78

68

114

147

151

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Lombard storms to lead at halfway stage

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MORNING drizzle proved no impediment to Zander Lombard who followed his opening 64 with a 67 to lead by a shot from England’s Eddie Pepperell on nine-under-par at the halfway stage. Spain’s Jorge Campillo shot 64 to jump into a share of third with Mexico’s Abraham Ancer and veteran Lee Westwood while Cormac Sharvin shot 69 to lead the Irish challenge on five-under. Seamus Power had 18,881 roaring him on as he shot 66 in the afternoon to lie just one stroke further back. 1: The Surf Bar with the Atlantic Ocean in the background provided the perfect pit-stop for spectators as they made their way around the course; 2: 2011 Open Champion Darren Clarke takes a rest on the 11th tee; 3: It’s a pre-dawn start for the greenkeepers as they get the course ready for Day Two; Opposite page: Halfway leader Zander Lombard of South Africa plays his second shot on the 18th hole. 1

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1: Five-Time European Tour winner Ross Fisher finds trouble on the Dell; 2: Lorenzo Gagli of Italy plays his tee shot on the 2nd Hole; 3: Clare County Council welcomes Mayor of Clare Cllr. Cathal Crowe to the Championship Village. 38


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1: A packed grandstand sees 2010 US Open Champion Graeme McDowell off the 1st Tee; 2: A member of An Garda Síochána implementing the well prepared Traffic Management Plan for the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open; 3: Haotong Li of China makes his way to the 6th Tee having finished the unique Par 3 “ The Dell”; 4: A packed gallery welcomes Tommy Fleetwood to the 18th green. 39


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2019 Open Champion and home favourite Shane Lowry attempts to salvage a par on the 10th Hole.

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Lahinch is a bucket list course with the most spectacular Par 3’s Lee Westwood

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1: Former World Number 1, Lee Westwood plays his second shot to the 17th; 2: Tournament Host Paul McGinley takes time out of his busy schedule to take a clinic with junior members of local golf clubs in County Clare; 3: The Greener Clare team from Clare County Council encourage recycling on Lahinch Prom; 4: Bernd Wiesberger of Austria and Adrian Otaegui of Spain walk from the tee on the 3rd Hole. 42

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1: Sky Sports presenter Tim Barter reports from the course during day two of the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open; 2: European Tour Rookie of the Year Robert McIntrye stays hydrated during his round 3: Spectators are trying to get a good vantage spot for Shane Lowry’s third shot into the final Hole. 43


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1: Graeme McDowell stops for a selfie following his round; 2: Shane Lowry and Tommy Fleetwood take in the scenery as they wait on the 16th Tee. 44


Two-time Major Champiion Martin Kaymer, drawing a crowd during his 2nd Round at Lahinch.

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round2 POS PLAYER NAME

SCORE

R1

R2

TOTAL

BERTASIO, Nino

-2

70

68

138

EVANS, Ben

1

71

70

141

AIKEN, Thomas

4

71

73

144

1

LOMBARD, Zander

-9

64

67

131

DETRY, Thomas

-2

70

68

138

FICHARDT, Darren

1

73

68

141

BROWN, Steven

4

68

76

144

2

PEPPERELL, Eddie

-8

65

67

132

GAGLI, Lorenzo

-2

68

70

138

FIGUEIREDO, Pedro

1

68

73

141

BURMESTER, Dean

4

70

74

144

3

ANCER, Abraham

-7

66

67

133

GREEN, Gavin

-2

66

72

138

HORSEY, David

1

69

72

141

HEND, Scott

4

73

71

144

CAMPILLO, Jorge

-7

69

64

133

HEBERT, Benjamin

-2

71

67

138

HORSFIELD, Sam

1

72

69

141

MCDOWELL, Graeme

4

72

72

144

WESTWOOD, Lee

-7

66

67

133

HERBERT, Lucas

-2

70

68

138

KIEFFER, Maximilian

1

72

69

141

PARATORE, Renato

4

70

74

144

LEMKE, Niklas

-6

68

66

134

JOHNSTON, Liam

-2

68

70

138

LANGASQUE, Romain

1

69

72

141

PAVON, Matthieu

4

73

71

144

OLESEN, Thorbjørn

-6

65

69

134

KARLSSON, Robert

-2

68

70

138

LAW, David

1

68

73

141

SURI, Julian

4

72

72

144

ORMSBY, Wade

-6

65

69

134

LAGERGREN, Joakim

-2

67

71

138

MCLEOD, Jake

1

73

68

141

BEZUIDENHOUT, Christiaan

5

74

71

145

PARK, Hyowon

-6

65

69

134

LOWRY, Shane

-2

66

72

138

PORTEOUS, Haydn

1

68

73

141

CHESTERS, Ashley

5

75

70

145

STONE, Brandon

-6

67

67

134

OOSTHUIZEN, Louis

-2

71

67

138

PULKKANEN, Tapio

1

72

69

141

ELVIRA, Nacho

5

73

72

145

PEREZ, Victor

-2

70

68

138

SCHWAB, Matthias

1

71

70

141

FISHER, Ross

5

71

74

145

6

117

125

6

SULLIVAN, Andy

-6

68

66

134

RAHM, Jon

-2

67

71

138

SOUTHGATE, Matthew

1

69

72

141

JAIDEE, Thongchai

5

70

75

145

12

CABRERA BELLO, Rafa

-5

68

67

135

ROMERO, Andres

-2

68

70

138

VAN ROOYEN, Erik

1

70

71

141

MANLEY, Stuart

5

69

76

145

KNOX, Russell

-5

67

68

135

SCHMITT, Max

-2

70

68

138

BHULLAR, Gaganjeet

2

67

75

142

McGEADY, Michael

5

71

74

145

LORENZO-VERA, Mike

-5

65

70

135

BJÖRK, Alexander

-1

72

67

139

CASEY, Brian

2

70

72

142

SMITH, Jordan

5

73

72

145

MACINTYRE, Robert

-5

66

69

135

BRAZEL, Sam

-1

68

71

139

DRYSDALE, David

2

70

72

142

TANIHARA, Hideto

5

73

72

145

SHARVIN, Cormac

-5

66

69

135

DAWSON, Robin

-1

68

71

139

DUBUISSON, Victor

2

70

72

142

CROCKER, Sean

6

74

72

146

SODERBERG, Sebastian

-5

67

68

135

DREDGE, Bradley

-1

72

67

139

GALLACHER, Stephen

2

71

71

142

DANTORP, Jens

6

71

75

146

WARING, Paul

-5

67

68

135

FDEZ-CASTAÑO, Gonzalo

-1

69

70

139

GOUVEIA, Ricardo

2

71

71

142

DONALDSON, Jamie

6

71

75

146

WIESBERGER, Bernd

-5

69

66

135

KARLSSON, Anton

-1

67

72

139

HATTON, Tyrrell

2

73

69

142

KITAYAMA, Kurt

6

73

73

146

WILSON, Oliver

-5

66

69

135

KRUYSWIJK, Jacques

-1

67

72

139

JACQUELIN, Raphaël

2

72

70

142

KOIVU, Kim

6

72

74

146

ARNAUS, Adri

-4

68

68

136

MCEVOY, Richard

-1

71

68

139

KJELDSEN, Søren

2

70

72

142

LUITEN, Joost

6

70

76

146

FISHER, Oliver

-4

67

69

136

POULTER, Ian

-1

66

73

139

LARRAZÁBAL, Pablo

2

69

73

142

MIGLIOZZI, Guido

6

68

78

146

FLEETWOOD, Tommy

-4

67

69

136

SINGH BRAR, Jack

-1

70

69

139

MORRISON, James

2

71

71

142

MOYNIHAN, Gavin

6

72

74

146

HARRINGTON, Padraig

-4

63

73

136

SLATTERY, Lee

-1

65

74

139

QUIROS, Alvaro

2

71

71

142

SCRIVENER, Jason

6

76

70

146

KAYMER, Martin

-4

66

70

136

SORDET, Clément

-1

71

68

139

REITAN, Kristoffer

2

74

68

142

VAN ZYL, Jaco

6

71

75

146

STERNE, Richard

-1

72

67

139

WALTERS, Justin

2

70

72

142

WOOD, Chris

6

70

76

146

WINTHER, Jeff

-1

72

67

139

WATTEL, Romain

2

71

71

142

WU, Ashun

6

73

73

146

WILLETT, Danny

2

68

74

142

CLARKE, Darren

7

71

76

147

ZANOTTI, Fabrizio

2

70

72

142

EDBERG, Pelle

7

75

72

147

3

72

71

143

IMMELMAN, Trevor

7

78

69

147

21

21

31

46

38

LEWIS, Tom

-4

68

68

136

LI, Haotong

-4

68

68

136

MOLINARI, Edoardo

-4

68

68

136

POWER, Seamus

-4

70

66

WALLACE, Matt

-4

68

CAÑIZARES, Alejandro

-3

68

COETZEE, George

-3

70

FORREST, Grant

-3

71

KAWAMURA, Masahiro

-3

69

KINHULT, Marcus

-3

67

PAISLEY, Chris

-3

65

72

137

ROCK, Robert

-3

67

70

137

53

67

91

DE JAGER, Louis

PAR

72

68

140

136

DUNNE, Paul

PAR

71

69

140

68

136

HARDING, Justin

PAR

72

68

140

CHAWRASIA, S.S.P.

3

72

71

143

69

137

HOWELL, David

PAR

69

71

140

HANSEN, Joachim B.

3

69

74

143

67

137

MCBRIDE, Paul (AM)

PAR

70

70

140

LEVY, Alexander

3

73

70

143

66

137

OTAEGUI, Adrian

PAR

69

71

140

O’ROURKE, Conor

3

71

72

143

68

137

PAVAN, Andrea

PAR

70

70

140

PARK, Sanghyun

3

68

75

143

70

137

RAI, Aaron

PAR

71

69

140

PIETERS, Thomas

3

73

70

143

COLSAERTS, Nicolas

1

69

72

141

RAMSAY, Richie

3

69

74

DE LA RIVA, Eduardo

1

72

69

141

SHARMA, Shubhankar

3

72

71

75

108 BJERREGAARD, Lucas

134

146

JOHNSTON, Andrew

7

71

76

147

FOX, Ryan

10

73

77

150

JAMIESON, Scott

10

73

77

150

BJØRN, Thomas

11

71

80

151

SAMOOJA, Kalle

11

75

76

151

LIPSKY, David

12

75

77

152

143

MIYAZATO, Yusaku

12

74

78

152

143

WANG, Jeunghun

12

73

79

152

150 152 154


Rock and Roll ROBERT Rock took moving day quite literally as he carded a fantastic, 10-under par 60, finishing with six birdies in a row to lead by a shot from Eddie Pepperell and Rafa Cabrera Bello on 13-under par. The 42-year-old Englishman had a 25 footer for eagle from just off the green on the 18th for only the second 59 in European Tour history. With the “Sold Out” signs up since midday, Ardglass native Cormac Sharvin carded a four-under 66 in front of 20,097 home fans to go into the final round just four shots behind while Tramore’s Robin Dawson shot a superb 64 to lie just two shots further back.

Robert Rock has a look at the scoreboard following his round of 60 on day three of the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open. 47


2

3

1: Padraig Harrington fist bumps Matt Wallace after his birdie putt on the 18th hole; 2: The Clancy Family take in the action with the 6th Hole and Lahinch beach in the background; 3: An early morning rainbow covers the 18th green on Day Three of the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open. 48


1

2

1: Overnight leader Zander Lombard and his caddie trying to agree on the line on the 1st Hole; 2: Grant Forrest pitches on to the 18th green. 49


1

2

There’s Tiger Woods, there’s Rory McIlroy but my favourite player is Robin Dawson, my cousin. Ronan Dawson

1: Ronan Dawson greets his big cousin Robin Dawson following his round three performance at the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open. Ronan became an internet sensation following his appearance on social media supporting Robin; 2: Sky Sports commentator, Wayne Riley enlists the help of some young spectators; 3: Lahinch lifeguards made sure that the beach and sea were kept safe over the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open week. 50


It’s a full house as the crowds pick the best vantage point to follow the golf around a balmy Lahinch on day three of the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open.

51


1

3

2

4

1: Time to take a break at the Championship Village; 2: Niklas Lemke of Sweden selects a club for his second shot on the 3rd Hole; 3: Hyowon Park plays his pitch shot onto the 18th green; 4: The calm sea conditions throughout the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open made Lahinch Beach ideal for surf lessons if a break from the golf was needed. 52


1

2

3

1: Australian Wade Ormsby plays his second shot on the 3rd hole; 2: Rafa Cabrera Bello strolling from the 17th tee; 3: Crowd favourite Mike Lorenzo-Vera reacts to his putt on the 17th hole. 53


2

3

1: Leader at the halfway stage Zander Lombard despairs after missing his birdie putt on the 18th hole; 2: Crowds gather at the 18th green as Day Three’s action reaches the closing stages; 3: Abraham Ancer selects his club for his approach shot to the 3rd Hole. 54


“

2

1

Sleeping has been tough as the party has been going on late into the night, but it’s a unique tournament and great fun Eddie Pepperell

1: A spectator sneaks a peek as 2018 Dubai Duty Free Irish Open Champion Russell Knox plays his tee shot on the 18th Hole; 2: Eddie Pepperell gives this happy supporter his ball following his third round at the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open. 55


Abraham Ancer and Jorge Campillo shake hands on the 18th green following their round 56


1

2

3

4

1: Andy Sullivan hits his tee shot on the 2nd hole; 2: Old friends stop for a chat as the golf continues behind them; 3: Settling in for the evenings entertainment in the Championship village on day three of the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open; 4: The crowds start to make their way home following the days golf. 57


1

3

2

4

1/2: The spectacular fireworks display that lit up Lahinch beach on Saturday night was watched by thousands from the promenade and was visible for miles along the Clare coast; 3: European Tour Championship Director, Simon Alliss puts out the ‘Sold Out’ sign with the maximum capacity of 20,000 reached early in the day; 4: The evening entertainment on Lahinch prom attracted huge crowds on Saturday; 58


round3 POS PLAYER NAME

SCORE

R1

R2

R3

TOTAL

33

BERTASIO, Nino

-3

70

68

69

207

-3

68

69

70

207

1

ROCK, Robert

-13

67

70

60

197

CAÑIZARES, Alejandro

2

CABRERA BELLO, Rafa

-12

68

67

63

198

DETRY, Thomas

-3

70

68

69

207

198

KARLSSON, Robert

-3

68

70

69

207

199

MACINTYRE, Robert

-3

66

69

72

207

-3

65

72

70

207

PEPPERELL, Eddie 4 5

7

9

9

14

LOMBARD, Zander

25

67

66 68

-10

68

66

66

200

WIESBERGER, Bernd

-10

69

66

65

200

SCHMITT, Max

-3

70

68

69

207

SODERBERG, Sebastian

-3

67

68

72

207

DREDGE, Bradley

-2

72

67

69

208

-2

69

70

69

208

LORENZO-VERA, Mike

-9

65

70

66

201

SHARVIN, Cormac

-9

66

69

66

201

41

CAMPILLO, Jorge

-8

69

64

69

202

FDEZ-CASTAÑO, Gonzalo

FORREST, Grant

-8

71

66

65

202

GAGLI, Lorenzo

-2

68

70

70

208

KARLSSON, Anton

-2

67

72

69

208

202

KAWAMURA, Masahiro

-2

69

68

71

208

-2

66

72

70

208

RAHM, Jon

-8

67

71

64

WARING, Paul

-8

67

68

67

202

LOWRY, Shane

WILSON, Oliver

-8

66

69

67

202

MCEVOY, Richard

-2

71

68

69

208

203

OOSTHUIZEN, Louis

-2

71

67

70

208

203

POULTER, Ian

-2

66

73

69

208

BRAZEL, Sam

-1

68

71

70

209

COETZEE, George

-7 -7

70 68

67 71

66 64

50

GREEN, Gavin

-7

66

72

65

203

LEMKE, Niklas

-7

68

66

69

203

HARRINGTON, Padraig

-1

63

73

73

209

-1

71

67

71

209

MOLINARI, Edoardo

-7

68

68

67

203

HEBERT, Benjamin

OLESEN, Thorbjørn

-7

65

69

69

203

POWER, Seamus

-1

70

66

73

209

-1

65

74

70

209

ORMSBY, Wade

-7

65

69

69

203

SLATTERY, Lee

STONE, Brandon

-7

67

67

69

203

SORDET, Clément

-1

71

68

70

209

204

STERNE, Richard

-1

72

67

70

209

204

WALLACE, Matt

-1

68

68

73

209

BJÖRK, Alexander

1

72

67

72

211

ANCER, Abraham

-6 -6

66 66

67 70

71 68

58

WESTWOOD, Lee

-6

66

67

71

204

FISHER, Oliver

-5

67

69

69

205

KRUYSWIJK, Jacques

1

67

72

72

211

205

PEREZ, Victor

1

70

68

73

211

205

SINGH BRAR, Jack

1

70

69

72

211

62

LEWIS, Tom

2

68

68

76

212

WINTHER, Jeff

2

72

67

73

212

64

JOHNSTON, Liam

4

68

70

76

214

KINHULT, Marcus

4

67

70

77

214

HERBERT, Lucas

5

70

68

77

215

KNOX, Russell LAGERGREN, Joakim

29

64

67

SULLIVAN, Andy

KAYMER, Martin

25

-11

65

PAISLEY, Chris

DAWSON, Robin

22

-12

-5 -5

67 67

68 71

70 67

LI, Haotong

-5

68

68

69

205

ARNAUS, Adri

-4

68

68

70

206

FLEETWOOD, Tommy

-4

67

69

70

206

PARK, Hyowon

-4

65

69

72

206

ROMERO, Andres

-4

68

70

68

206

66

Robert Rock putts on the 18th green on his way to smashing both the Irish Open and Course record at Lahinch with a round of 60 catapulting him to the top of the leader-board during Day Three of the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open.

59


Hand’s Up VOLUNTEERS were without a doubt the unsung heroes of the week. Without the assistance of our 960 strong volunteer team lead by Chief Marshal Martin O’Sullivan, an event of this magnitude wouldn’t have been possible. Volunteers from all over Ireland and as far as the USA were an integral part of presenting the course in immaculate condition, accompanying the Lahinch Golf Club greenkeeping staff under the watchful eye of Head Greenkeeper Brian McDonagh.

60


61


Rahm does it again in Ireland SPAIN’S Jon Rahm closed with a mesmeric, eight-under-par 62 to win by two strokes on 16-under par from Andy Sullivan and Austrian Bernd Wiesberger and claim the title for the second time in three years in front of a 20,477-strong crowd. He came from five strokes behind Robert Rock, carding an eagle and eight birdies in a sparkling round that featured no fewer than 11 threes, eight of them coming in a tournament-winning, 11hole stretch from the seventh. Cormac Sharvin tied for 15th on

62

nine-under after a 70 with Robin Dawson tied 27th after a 71 as Shane Lowry signed off with a 68 to finish joint 34th in his last competitive round before going on to win The Open two weeks later.

Jon Rahm lines up his birdie putt on the final green on his way to victory in the 2019 Dubai Duty Free Irish Open


“

I can honestly say, of all the golf courses I have played in the World, Lahinch is one of the best Jon Rahm 63


1

2

1/2 Jon Rahm holds his hands to his head as his second shot on the eighteenth lands in the rough and gets a ruling on the lie of his ball following his second shot on the 18th hole during his final round. 64


Bernd Wiesberger of Austria give his ball to an eager supporter following his final round at the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open.

65


1

3

2

4

1: Spectators watch as Robert Rock escapes from some rough trouble; 2: Cormac Sharvin hits his approach to the 3rd Hole having missed his tee shot right of the fairway; 3: Greenkeepers move the stone on the Dell which shows the pin position of the day; 4: European Tour Productions working hard to keep the images from Lahinch going around the globe; 5: Potential stars of the future enjoy the putting challenge in the Championship Village. 66

5


1

1: Jacques Kruyswijk of South Africa misses a putt on the final day of the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open; 2: Rafa Cabrera Bello plays his tee shot on the 7th hole with Lahinch Beach in the background. 67


The sell-out crowd gathers at the 18th green as the final pairing of Rafa Cabrera Bello and Robert Rock finish their round.

68


1

2

3

4

1: Course Marshal asks for quiet as a shot is about to be played; 2: Referee Kevin Glynn gives Andy Sullivan a ruling on the 18th Hole. Andy’s reaction amuses the crowd!; 3: “It’s not over yet!”; 4: Paul Waring plays his approach shot to the 14th as spectators watch on intently. 69


Jon Rahm of Spain celebrates with his caddie Adam Hayes after his putt on the 18th Hole during the Final Round

70


1

3

2

4

1: Greenkeepers of Lahinch Golf Club with Jon Rahm following the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open trophy presentation; 2: European Tour’s youngest spectator, 5 day old Dominic Cafolla, with his Grandad and Chairman of the Tournament Committee John Gleeson, Tournament Host, Paul McGinley and his proud dad Ivano; 3: Runner-up Andy Sullivan lines up his final putt on the 18th hole; 4: Winner Jon Rahm is presented with his trophy by executive vice chairman and CEO of Dubai Duty Free, Colm McLoughlin. 71


Dubai Duty Free Irish Open champion Jon Rahm with Lahinch Golf Club General Manager, Paddy Keane, Chairman of the Tournament Committee, John Gleeson, Lady President Georgina Condon, Lady Captain Helena Tiernan, Mens Captain Eamon Foley, Mens President Austin Slattery, Club Chairman and Chief Marshal Martin O’Sullivan and Tournament Host Paul McGinley.

72


round4 POS PLAYER NAME

SCORE

R1

R2

R3

R4

TOTAL

1

RAHM, Jon

-16

67

71

64

62

264

2

SULLIVAN, Andy

-14

68

66

66

66

WIESBERGER, Bernd

-14

69

66

65

CABRERA BELLO, Rafa

-13

68

67

PEPPERELL, Eddie

-13

65

ROCK, Robert

-13

67

4

7

9

9

LAGERGREN, Joakim

-5

67

71

67

70

275

COETZEE, George

-4

70

67

66

73

276

266

FISHER, Oliver

-4

67

69

69

71

276

66

266

KRUYSWIJK, Jacques

-4

67

72

72

65

276

63

69

267

LEMKE, Niklas

-4

68

66

69

73

276

67

66

69

267

LOWRY, Shane

-4

66

72

70

68

276

70

60

70

267

STERNE, Richard

-4

72

67

70

67

276

CAMPILLO, Jorge

-12

69

64

69

66

268

WARING, Paul

-12

67

68

67

66

268

GREEN, Gavin

-11

66

72

65

66

269

KAYMER, Martin

-11

66

70

68

65

269

LOMBARD, Zander

-11

64

67

68

70

269

34

41

STONE, Brandon

-4

67

67

69

73

276

MACINTYRE, Robert

-3

66

69

72

70

277

PAISLEY, Chris

-3

65

72

70

70

277

Tournament Statistics Hole

Par

Yards

Metres

Ave

Rank

Eagle

Birdie

Par

Bogey

D Bogey

1

4

381

348

3.95

12

1

77

315

48

3

2

4

523

478

4.23

1

0

28

294

116

6

3

4

446

408

4.17

4

0

24

309

106

5

4

4

475

434

4.22

2

0

32

305

95

12

5

3

154

141

2.9

14

0

73

326

42

3

6

4

424

388

4.14

6

0

59

270

101

14

4

411

376

3.97

10

0

71

311

53

9 4

POULTER, Ian

-3

66

73

69

69

277

7

SCHMITT, Max

-3

70

68

69

70

277

8

3

147

134

2.91

13

0

91

301

48

SODERBERG, Sebastian

-3

67

68

72

70

277

9

4

400

366

3.81

15

2

109

295

34

4

10

4

441

403

4.17

4

0

57

263

106

18

LORENZO-VERA, Mike

-11

65

70

66

68

269

KARLSSON, Anton

-2

67

72

69

70

278

MOLINARI, Edoardo

-11

68

68

67

66

269

KAWAMURA, Masahiro

-2

69

68

71

70

278

11

3

170

155

3.04

8

0

68

289

81

6

14

FORREST, Grant

-10

71

66

65

68

270

OOSTHUIZEN, Louis

-2

71

67

70

70

278

12

5

577

528

4.77

16

10

174

193

59

8

15

ARNAUS, Adri

-9

68

68

70

65

271

PARK, Hyowon

-2

65

69

72

72

278

13

4

334

305

3.72

17

4

155

240

40

5

LI, Haotong

-9

68

68

69

66

271

BJÖRK, Alexander

-1

72

67

72

68

279

14

4

461

422

3.99

9

0

65

313

62

4

OLESEN, Thorbjørn

-9

65

69

69

68

271

BRAZEL, Sam

-1

68

71

70

70

279

15

4

466

426

4.2

3

0

45

272

107

20

SHARVIN, Cormac

-9

66

69

66

70

271

DREDGE, Bradley

-1

72

67

69

71

279

16

3

195

178

2.96

11

0

77

319

43

5

ANCER, Abraham

-8

66

67

71

68

272

HARRINGTON, Padraig

-1

63

73

73

70

279

17

4

467

427

4.08

7

0

65

291

75

13

FDEZ-CASTAÑO, Gonzalo

-8

69

70

69

64

272

-1

70

69

72

68

279

18

5

564

516

4.49

18

17

210

201

14

2

ORMSBY, Wade

-8

65

69

69

69

272

PAR

68

70

70

72

280

WILSON, Oliver

-8

66

69

67

70

272

HEBERT, Benjamin

PAR

71

67

71

71

280

DETRY, Thomas

-7

70

68

69

66

273

HERBERT, Lucas

PAR

70

68

77

65

280

19

23

46

50

SINGH BRAR, Jack 55

GAGLI, Lorenzo

FLEETWOOD, Tommy

-7

67

69

70

67

273

SORDET, Clément

PAR

71

68

70

71

280

ROMERO, Andres

-7

68

70

68

67

273

WALLACE, Matt

PAR

68

68

73

71

280

23

WESTWOOD, Lee

-7

66

67

71

69

273

27

BERTASIO, Nino

-6

70

68

69

67

DAWSON, Robin

-6

68

71

64

71

KARLSSON, Robert

-6

68

70

69

67

274

SLATTERY, Lee

-6

65

74

70

65

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Jon Rahm celebrates with girlfriend Kelley Cahill following the presentation of the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open trophy.

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The Village THE UNIQUENESS of the 2019 Dubai Duty Free Irish Open at Lahinch was enhanced by the proximity of the golf course to the village. With the assistance of Clare County Council and the local business community, a family festival vibe was created with many street performers taking over the main street during the week and the spectacular fireworks display on Saturday evening attracted a crowd of 8,000 plus people. Eddie Pepperell confessed that the week at Lahinch was special and that he struggled to sleep as the spectators enjoyed the festivities long into the night.

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Paul McGinley and Officers of Lahinch Golf Club present Lahinch N.S (above) and North West Clare Family Resource Centre (below) with generous donations from the McGinley Foundation as a result of the 2019 Dubai Duty Free Irish Open.

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Life goes on for these cattle on Lahinch Beach as the excitement of the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open comes to an end at Lahinch Golf Club.

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What a week we had - The 2019 Irish Open in Lahinch  

A photographic diary of the 2019 Dubai duty-free Irish Open in Lahinch Golf Club

What a week we had - The 2019 Irish Open in Lahinch  

A photographic diary of the 2019 Dubai duty-free Irish Open in Lahinch Golf Club