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DDF Irish Open contributes to €564k loss at Lahinch Golf Club

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*Crowds at the DDF Irish Open in Lahinch last July. Photograph: Brian Arthur The staging of the Dubai Duty Free…

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Golf courses to operate at 55% capacity

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*Action from the 2020 South of Ireland Golf Championship in Lahinch. Photograph: Brian Arthur Golf clubs have been advised to…

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One of the GAA’s most progressive officials – Miltown’s Noel Walsh dies

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The death has taken place of one of Clare’s best known GAA officials, Noel Walsh from Miltown Malbay.

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Ex Clare hurlers among the winners at Dromoland winter scramble

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*Barry Nugent. Photograph: INPHO/Cathal Noonan Former Clare senior hurlers Diarmuid McMahon and Barry Nugent were among the winners at the…

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‘Breckans will not be giving up whatever happens’ says captain Sweeney

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*Alan Sweeney & Daniel Carey. Photograph: Willie O’Reilly (Burren Eye Photography) Nine years ago, St Breckans clashed with Kerry opponents…

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Áine Donegan signs with Indiana Women’s Golf

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*Áine Donegan. Photograph: Golffile Clare golfer Áine Donegan has been signed by Indiana’s Hoosiers.

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Shannon Airport’s lack of marketing during Irish Open ‘an incredible failure’

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*Shane Lowry hitting off on the twelfth tee during the first round of the 2019 DDF Irish Open at Lahinch.…

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‘If you love a sport you don’t mind devoting so much time to it’ – Sarah Cunningham

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*Sarah Cunningham competing for Lahinch in the All-Ireland Senior Cup Finals in 2018. Photograph: Pat Cashman Photography Sarah Cunningham was…

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Memorable Irish Open at Lahinch capped off by sell-out weekend crowds

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*2019 DDF Irish Open Winner, Jon Rahm. Photograph: Getty Images Weekend crowds attending the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open at…

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‘If a dog sat still for 5 minutes he would have been painted’ – Council go all out for Irish Open

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*Photograph: Martin Connolly Paul McGinley made the statement on Tuesday “if a dog sat down for five minutes he would…

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