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The recent Lytham Trophy winner had five birdies offset primarily by a double bogey on Five birdies, including three in a row to finish his round, saved the day nicely. There is of course still plenty of time for a recovery. Royal County Down G. Chris Hill Format and Tee Times A field of golfers from 12 diffrent countries will tee off in what will be the 81st playing of this famous competition. A final 18 holes are then played by the leading competitors. View the Draw for Rounds 1 and 2 here — Irish Amateur Open Tee Times In the event of a tie for the Championship the players concerned will play 3 holes of stroke play.

The player with the lowest aggregate total being the winner. Irish winners are allowed to take the trophy back to their Club for the year whereas overseas winners must return it to the GUI after the prize presentation.

Course Royal County Down G. Playing off the blue championship tees the course measures 7, yards and plays to a par of The front nine is 3, yards par 35 and the back nine 3, yards par Players will tee off between 7. He seems destined to turn Pro later this year. England match with some big wins to his name. He was also runner-up at the recent Lytham Trophy. Out yards Par 35 10th yards Par 3 It's another great par-three and you just have to make sure you land it at the front of the green because it all feeds in from the left.

It can play as much as a four-iron but it comes at an important time in the round. If they put the pin somewhere in the back right it is accessible. But 11th yards Par 4 This is all about position off the tee on his blind dogleg right hole. It is a three-wood to come in from the left side of the fairway and then you are hitting straight up the green.

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It slopes from right to left and there is a big knuckle on the front right of the green. The main thing is to hit the fairway and it is a big green, so middle of the green is fine. I hit a drive and a five iron in there the other day. You just hit your drive straight at the green and then come in from the left hand side.

You can run something in or even fly it all the way.

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You can lay it back in the fairway or try and and hit a three-wood over the corner on the right and I'll probably try and do that to give myself a good look at the green. Everything feeds in from right to left so it can be just a wedge in there. But you can't come up short with the bunker there. I hit a four-iron into the wind.

But it can be a two iron or a seven iron. The front of the green is not a bad spot to be with the surface sloping from back to front you will have an uphill putt. I hit a three wood up the right so I don't run out of fairway. From there it is a five or a six iron but you have to be careful not to miss it right because there is a big fall off there and it is very difficult to get it up and down.

You just have to hit the green. There is a fall off to the left as well. A great hole and hole you just have to make four. It looks as though it has been there forever.

I hit driver on the green the other day and made a two. If you lay back it is a very fiddly shot and the green has a lot of subtle borrows on it as well. It is another pivotal hole and one you are looking to birdie. Just get to the top of the hill and then it is only a short iron in there. The green is a bowl so everything feeds into the middle of the green there. It's another good chance.

Short is not bad because there are bunkers, left, right and long. The bunkers on the right don't come into play any more but there is some rough further down there that is long and thick and that has to be avoided. If you are going to go for the green, you have to miss it short.

Going right or left you can be short-sided. If you lay up and leave yourself yards it is a tough shot.

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A very demanding hole. It proved to be a testing day at the Solheim Cup venue with Shannon and Ryan finishing the event with level par 72s, a shot ahead of Wexford's Darren Walsh.

Scores Shannon, from the Greenore Club, birdied the par four third but immediately dropped a shot at the par four fifth. A string of pars was then broken up by a birdie at the par five 12th, followed by another dropped shot at the par three 14th.

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Cahir Park's Ryan opened with a par, birdied the par five second but then dropped a shot at the fourth. Back to back birdies at seven and eight saw him to the turn in two under but he dropped shots on the par four 11th and par four 13th. The year-old from Ballyconeely, Connemara is a graduate in professional golf studies from the University of Birmingham, England.

McNamara enjoyed a successful amateur career, earning representative honours for Ireland before making the transition into professional golf as an assistant at Connemara GC. He moved to Portmarnock in and followed that up with a spell at the Lough Erne Resort last year.

Derek will be replacing Michael Ryan who is retiring after 35 years at the helm. The year-old took up his new role at the nine-hole links venue on March 12th.

And while golf architects around the world are wondering when the club might use the 80 acres of duneland it has acquired for a future expansion or enhancement of the current links, the club is concentrating its efforts on celebrating its th birthday. Often described as one of the true gems of Irish golf, Dooks is a true sea-side links situated in a panoramic setting in a corner of Dingle Bay in Co.

At that time military units came from all over Ireland for artillery practice in Rossbeigh. Inthe Farranfore to Valentia Harbour Rail Line, widely regarded as one of the most spectacular rail lines in the world, established a rail stop at Dooks to accommodate the increasing number of visiting golfers.

Inan additional nine holes were added making Dooks the first 18 hole golf course in Kerry, unfortunately, the extra nine holes were soon abandoned due to the costs involved. But inthe club's year land lease expired and they were given notice to quit by the land owners, the Beresford McGregor Estate. The members ran an intensive "Save Dooks Campaign'' which included a press conference and a televised interview at Dooks which was broadcast nationally.

This may not seem a lot right now but in it was seven times the club's annual income. Having obtained ownership of the land, the members then set about adding nine new holes to bring the course up to championship level. What followed was an extraordinary feat of human voluntary achievement, when the members, under their own steam and on a shoestring budget, designed and physically built the extra nine holes.

The club continued to grow in membership and celebrated its centenary year in Hawtree subsequently produced impressive plans for a complete overhaul and revamping of Dooks.

After a great deal of discussion and fine tuning these plans were accepted by the club. The new Hawtree design has put Dooks to the forefront of links golf worldwide as a unique and genuine test of golf. Adjacent to Dooks is an area known as The Commonage.

It is 80 acres of natural dune lands of spectacular natural beauty. This area has recently been purchased by the club and it provides a mouthwatering opportunity for the future potential development of spectacular new links golf holes. The scenery at Dooks is some of the most spectacular in Ireland. Neither is Dooks content to rely solely on its reputation for excellent golf in a magical setting. It works hard to ensure that friendliness, hospitality and a unique club atmosphere are standard fares for everybody.

A vibrant club, fully owned by its members, it always strives to be defined by the appellation "Friendly Dooks' which has been used by others for many years to describe it.

During the club will open itself up to the golfing world and extends an invitation to everybody with an interest in golf and golfing history to come and enjoy the Dooks experience.

You can also follow us on our Facebook Page "Dooks Golf Club " where you will see interesting posts on our history and be informed of events as they happen throughout While visitors are always welcome in Dooks, there will be an extra special welcome in Dooks is only one of ten golf courses in Ireland.

Club has 40 members. Save Dooks campaign starts. But Foley would not go away on a day when he hit 16 greens in regulation and the momentum switched on the short, downhill, par-four 15th. A decent chip left him with a 15 foot putt for bogey which he missed as Foley chipped and putted for a birdie and a one-point lead. Both players parred the 16th and 17th before Foley hit a slack tee shot at the 18th that ended only two yards from the lake.

According to our correspondent, the big story of this years Mid West Alliance is the emergence of former Clare All-Ireland senior hurling winner, Alan Neville from Clarecastle. This is going to be the next big thing in golf and I'm really proud of being part of the first edition.

As I said at the closing ceremony, nobody lost — we both won. For this to be the first edition of the EurAsia Cup that was excellent and I wish all the best for the future.