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Originally posted by TonyNotJack TonyNotJack wrote:

Strange that they said on the RTE news that he might not go back to Offaly for a homecoming for two or three weeks. I'd tell him to fcuk off at that stage. Big smile

Has another event in America this week I think, which is why he isn't making it back down to Offally for a few weeks according to OTB am.
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Saw him say earlier that the open was always the one he wanted to win. Really? It has to be the Masters i woukd imagine for any would be golfer. The masters then the irish open for me. The rest can swing for it..
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Originally posted by doherty doherty wrote:

Saw him say earlier that the open was always the one he wanted to win. Really? It has to be the Masters i woukd imagine for any would be golfer. The masters then the irish open for me. The rest can swing for it..


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Originally posted by Bob Hoskins Bob Hoskins wrote:

Since Tiger Woods changed golf, winning his first Major Championship in 1997, there have been 49 individual players that have secured one of Golf’s four most important titles.

In case there was any doubt that Ireland has enjoyed a golden period in that time here is a breakdown of the countries that have supplied those winners:


United States:                26 Players Winning 52 Majors

Ireland:                             5 Players Winning 10 Majors

Australia:                          4 Players Winning 4 Majors

England:                           2 Players Winning 2 Majors

South Africa:                    2 Players Winning 2 Majors

Fiji:                                   1 Player Winning 1 Major

Spain                               1 Player Winning 1 Major

Scotland                          1 Player Winning 1 Major

Argentina                         1 Player Winning 1 Major

Canada                            1 Player Winning 1 Major

Korea                               1 Player Winning 1 Major

Sweden                           1 Player Winning 1 Major

Italy                                  1 Player Winning 1 Major


England have really under achieved  -

Westwood (something like 20 top 10 finishes in a major)
Donald (former No1)
Casey
Poulter

If you compare them to
Harrington -3
Clarke -1
McDowell -1 
Lowry -1

All our top players have won a major.
Westwood especially has been very unlucky not to win a major. He certainly was good enough to win a few.

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Originally posted by The Huntacha The Huntacha wrote:

Originally posted by TonyNotJack TonyNotJack wrote:

Strange that they said on the RTE news that he might not go back to Offaly for a homecoming for two or three weeks. I'd tell him to fcuk off at that stage. Big smile

Has another event in America this week I think, which is why he isn't making it back down to Offally for a few weeks according to OTB am.
 
He isnt going to the event in America,party for him in Clara tonight.
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Originally posted by The Huntacha The Huntacha wrote:

Originally posted by TonyNotJack TonyNotJack wrote:

Strange that they said on the RTE news that he might not go back to Offaly for a homecoming for two or three weeks. I'd tell him to fcuk off at that stage. Big smile

Has another event in America this week I think, which is why he isn't making it back down to Offally for a few weeks according to OTB am.
There isn't a hope in hell he makes it to Memphis by Thursday LOL
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Originally posted by Zinedine Kilbane 110 Zinedine Kilbane 110 wrote:

Originally posted by Bob Hoskins Bob Hoskins wrote:

Since Tiger Woods changed golf, winning his first Major Championship in 1997, there have been 49 individual players that have secured one of Golf’s four most important titles.

In case there was any doubt that Ireland has enjoyed a golden period in that time here is a breakdown of the countries that have supplied those winners:


United States:                26 Players Winning 52 Majors

Ireland:                             5 Players Winning 10 Majors

Australia:                          4 Players Winning 4 Majors

England:                           2 Players Winning 2 Majors

South Africa:                    2 Players Winning 2 Majors

Fiji:                                   1 Player Winning 1 Major

Spain                               1 Player Winning 1 Major

Scotland                          1 Player Winning 1 Major

Argentina                         1 Player Winning 1 Major

Canada                            1 Player Winning 1 Major

Korea                               1 Player Winning 1 Major

Sweden                           1 Player Winning 1 Major

Italy                                  1 Player Winning 1 Major


England have really under achieved  -

Westwood (something like 20 top 10 finishes in a major)
Donald (former No1)
Casey
Poulter

If you compare them to
Harrington -3
Clarke -1
McDowell -1 
Lowry -1
McIlroy -3 

All our top players have won a major.
Westwood especially has been very unlucky not to win a major. He certainly was good enough to win a few.

you ommited a player, or is it only a list you like cause they wave tricolours and say ole ole 
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Originally posted by Bob Hoskins Bob Hoskins wrote:

Originally posted by Zinedine Kilbane 110 Zinedine Kilbane 110 wrote:

Originally posted by Bob Hoskins Bob Hoskins wrote:

Since Tiger Woods changed golf, winning his first Major Championship in 1997, there have been 49 individual players that have secured one of Golf’s four most important titles.

In case there was any doubt that Ireland has enjoyed a golden period in that time here is a breakdown of the countries that have supplied those winners:


United States:                26 Players Winning 52 Majors

Ireland:                             5 Players Winning 10 Majors

Australia:                          4 Players Winning 4 Majors

England:                           2 Players Winning 2 Majors

South Africa:                    2 Players Winning 2 Majors

Fiji:                                   1 Player Winning 1 Major

Spain                               1 Player Winning 1 Major

Scotland                          1 Player Winning 1 Major

Argentina                         1 Player Winning 1 Major

Canada                            1 Player Winning 1 Major

Korea                               1 Player Winning 1 Major

Sweden                           1 Player Winning 1 Major

Italy                                  1 Player Winning 1 Major


England have really under achieved  -

Westwood (something like 20 top 10 finishes in a major)
Donald (former No1)
Casey
Poulter

If you compare them to
Harrington -3
Clarke -1
McDowell -1 
Lowry -1
McIlroy -3 

All our top players have won a major.
Westwood especially has been very unlucky not to win a major. He certainly was good enough to win a few.

you ommited a player, or is it only a list you like cause they wave tricolours and say ole ole 

Ah Rory is an exceptional talent. He is way better than everyone on the list above.
He will end up with more majors than anybody else in Europe.
Faldo has 6. Rory should get to that number.


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McIlroy has four majors and hopefully he doesn’t add to that number.
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Originally posted by Martiponti Martiponti wrote:

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Adare Manor in Ireland is set to be confirmed as the host course for the 2026 Ryder Cup today.

A deal struck between the Irish government and European Tour organisers will bring the biennial tournament between Europe and the USA to Limerick.

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Rory leading in the FedEx St Jude Invitational in Memphis after a 62 in R3 :  -12
Koepka is one behind after a 64.
Be good to see them go head to head in the last group.
Both have four majors.

If your wondering why so many top players are here just after the open, the prize money is very similar but there is no cut.
Shane got $1.9M,  the winner here gets $1.7M.

Edit:
Koepka wins comfortably with a 5 under par 65.
Rory shot 1 over



Edited by Zinedine Kilbane 110 - 29 Jul 2019 at 8:28am

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