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Catch Me ifyoucan
01 Jul 19 14:23
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Off to LAHINCH this week on the 'WILD ATLANTIC WAY' for the Oirish OPEN.....
...and another meeting with Mr Klondyke and Mrs Dell
https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=563666104163257

The course also plays annual host to 'THE SOUTH' (Of Ireland) Amateur Championship.

https://lahinch.ie/
https://www.lahinchgolf.com/
http://www.haversham.com/bakers-blog/7-things-to-see-at-lahinch/#.XRi1yndFx9A

A TRULY GREAT (Goat) TRACK, in the southwest of Ireland, with towering sand dunes the height of the nearby Cliffs of Moher - An 1894 Old Tom Morris original, with an 1927 Dr Alister MacKenzie re-design, and a 1999 Martin Hawtree restoration of the MacKenzie ethos (+ new par3's 8th & 11th).

LETS HOPE IT'S WINDY (not), Surf's up and those blind shots fool 'em !

Look no further than Spain's OWGR #11 Jonny Rahmbo to do the business again
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Tommy Fleetwood England
Louis Oosthuizen South Africa
Matty Wallace England
Ireland's own Shane Lowry
Ian Poulter England
Eddie Pepperell England
Rafa Cabrera Bello Spain
Tricky Ricky Hatton England
Li Hao Tong My fav Chinaman
Lucas Bjerregaard Denmark
Justin Harding My fav South African
Kiradech Aphibarnrat The burly Thai
Abraham Ancer Tops of the 4 USA players
Thorbjorn Olesen Denmark
Watch for Schwab & Smith in good form, while Scotland's Russell Knox defends, with POD (2nd in 'The SOUTH' twice), GMAC ('SOUTH' winner 2000), Willet & Sir LEE about on Thurs/Fri at least.

© CM iyc Devil
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Report Deplasterer July 2, 2019 1:13 PM BST
American tourney looks like another birdie fest, prob - 23 and upwards will win FFS! Leaving alone. AlongWith you CMIYC With Oosty and added Poults.
Report Catch Me ifyoucan July 3, 2019 10:12 AM BST
Matched: EUR 248,486..... that's better....although we can expect some obscure 250/1 shot to win Crazy
Report frames July 3, 2019 11:29 AM BST
Not a fan of one tee starts outside of majors.
Report Catch Me ifyoucan July 3, 2019 12:31 PM BST
Getting dark about 10.30 this time of year so late finishes in Rd 1 & 2.

See Rahmbo, Wallace, Lowry, Hatton & Willett have approx 20k matched on them - the rest 10k or lower
Report therhino July 3, 2019 2:14 PM BST
Seen worse faves than Rahm. Far and away the best player in the field, in good nick and likes the event. If no wind means a birdie fest then that suits as well looking at his scores the weeks he has won.
Report saxon farm July 3, 2019 7:00 PM BST
The greens will crust up for the later starters on all  4 days if it remains dry.
Report Catch Me ifyoucan July 3, 2019 7:19 PM BST
DAY 1 some Tee times / 3ball betting.....
07:15    Erik van Rooyen Ashley Chesters SSP Chawrasia    11/10    2/1    17/4
07:55    Jordan Smith Paul Waring Oliver Wilson    5/4    23/10    5/2

08:20    Haotong Li Bernd Wiesberger Adrian Otaegui    6/4    7/4    11/4
08:30    Martin Kaymer Graeme McDowell Thorbjorn Olesen    13/8    7/4    13/5
08:40    Tommy Moliwood Shane Lowry Russell Knox    6/4    9/5    5/2
08:50    Rafa Cabrera Bello Thomas Pieters Ryan Fox    7/5    23/10    5/2
09:00    Danny Willett Marcus Kinhult Gavin Moynihan    5/4    2/1    10/3
09:10    Jedi Luiten Tom Lewis Seamus Power    7/5    12/5    5/2
09:20    Alvaro Quiros Nacho Elvira Lee Slattery    15/8    19/10    3/1
09:45    Adri Arnaus Oliver Fisher Renato Paratore    8/5    2/1    13/5

10:15    Maximilian Kieffer Jason Scrivener Sanghyun Park    7/4    9/5    12/5
10:25    Pablo Larrazabal Fabrizio Zanotti David Horsey    9/5    2/1    12/5

11:20    Thomas Detry Bradley Dredge Max Schmitt    6/5    12/5    3/1
11:30    Robert McIntyre Robert Rock Jeunghun Wang    11/10    11/5    15/4

12:50    Abraham Ancer Jorge Campillo Kurt Kitayama    6/4    8/5    3/1
13:00    Lucas Bjerregaard Justin Harding Ross Fisher    17/10    28/15    11/5
13:10    Tricky Hatton Ian Poulter Padraig Harrington    13/10    17/10    15/4
13:20    Jon Rahmbo Matty Wallace Louise Oosthuizen    8/5    21/10    5/2
13:35    Eddie Pepperell Sir Lee Westwood Paul Dunners    9/5    9/5    5/2
13:45    Christiaan Bezuidenhout Andrea Pavan Guido Migliozzi    7/5    15/8    13/5
13:55    Pandy Sullivan Alexander Levy Robert Karlsson    13/10    2/1    37/13
14:05    Matthew Southgate Aaron Rai Steven Brown    8/5    13/8    3/1

15:00    Dean Burmester Scott Jamieson Jeff Winther    9/5    28/15    15/8
15:40    Sean Crocker George Coetzee Ashun Wu    9/5    28/15    19/8
Report Catch Me ifyoucan July 3, 2019 7:29 PM BST
Matched: EUR 401,602 for a Wednesday dats good Devil
Report Catch Me ifyoucan July 3, 2019 7:31 PM BST
Betaway 400/600 cert Wink
Report Catch Me ifyoucan July 3, 2019 7:32 PM BST
HOLE IN ONE
Report Deplasterer July 3, 2019 9:02 PM BST
Bjerragard added. 3 ball - 17/10 Gallacher to bt Bjorn & Clarke.
Report therhino July 4, 2019 10:53 AM BST
Looks pretty benign to me and none better than -4 thus far. I'd love to see it when blowing hard.
Report therhino July 4, 2019 3:00 PM BST
some insanely good looking holes on this course.
Report Catch Me ifyoucan July 4, 2019 3:48 PM BST
POD going to -5 Devil
Report Deplasterer July 4, 2019 4:18 PM BST
Beautiful part of the world, Pod just loves the links
Report kincsem July 4, 2019 4:25 PM BST
The weather could not be better.
It must be nice to play golf on a good course and get paid. Tongue Out
Report Catch Me ifyoucan July 4, 2019 6:24 PM BST
Catch Me ifyoucan • July 4, 2019 3:48 PM BST
POD going to -7 Laugh
Report Deplasterer July 5, 2019 10:02 AM BST
Wind must be up today, par looks good score at present. Pod trying his best to miss the cutDevil
Report Catch Me ifyoucan July 5, 2019 10:43 AM BST
Abraham Ancer Tops of the 4 USA players going along nicely tia Devil
Report Catch Me ifyoucan July 5, 2019 10:44 AM BST
Mexico even
Report Catch Me ifyoucan July 5, 2019 10:55 AM BST
SOME of the later starters.....pet day here, in a cooling breeze......WHAT A TRACK....(normally a good spot for surfing too).

11:00    George Coetzee Sean Crocker Ashun Wu    17/10    2/1    5/2
11:50    Erik van Rooyen Ashley Chesters SSP Chawrasia    11/10    12/5    4/1
12:40    Jordan Smith Paul Waring Oliver Wilson    6/4    2/1    9/4
13:00    Haotong Li Bernd Wiesberger Adrian Otaegui    6/4    9/5    13/5
13:10    Martin Kaymer Thorbjorn Olesen Graeme McDowell    17/10    2/1    9/4
13:20    Tommy Fleetwood Shane Lowry Russell Knox    6/4    9/5    5/2
13:35    Rafa Cabrera Bello Thomas Pieters Ryan Fox    5/4    5/2    29/10
13:45    Danny Willett Marcus Kinhult Gavin Moynihan    6/5    15/8    9/2
13:55    Joost Luiten Tom Lewis Seamus Power    13/8    2/1    11/4
14:05    Alvaro Quiros Lee Slattery Nacho Elvira    17/10    2/1    36/17
14:25    Adri Arnaus Oliver Fisher Renato Paratore    6/4    28/15    3/1
15:10    Pablo Larrazabal Fabrizio Zanotti David Horsey    7/4    2/1    23/10

SHANE TO GO LOW this afternoon for me Devil
Report loui July 5, 2019 11:14 AM BST
Why did Pepperel play 1 to 8 then 17
Report Catch Me ifyoucan July 5, 2019 11:14 AM BST
Quit early, shortest way to clubhouse
Report loui July 5, 2019 11:19 AM BST
[Happy joint leader
Report Catch Me ifyoucan July 5, 2019 11:22 AM BST
Odds checker tipped him........PEPPERELL (40-1 / 8 places) hasn't teed it up since the PGA Championship in May but previous to that he finished 2nd at the British Masters and appears to be slightly overpriced this week. Like Quiros (to follow) he is one who has the Qatar form having won there in 2018. The win at Walton Heath was more evidence as to how he likes this type of test. At the Scottish he has a runner up and 4th placed finish. He was a beaten in a playoff at Royal County Down in 2015. Another top 5 in Qatar and a 6th at last years Open at Carnoustie and this spells out some of the best links form you can hope for heading into these three weeks. It could be a risk given he is arriving here after a fair enough lay off.
Report xmoneyx July 5, 2019 11:22 AM BST
hate the on course live interviews
Report xmoneyx July 5, 2019 11:24 AM BST
more golf tipsters than golf tees in the world
Report Catch Me ifyoucan July 5, 2019 11:27 AM BST
those blind shots fool 'em ... no foolin these guys....expect 15/16 under par to win
Report Catch Me ifyoucan July 5, 2019 12:05 PM BST
Got on KAYMER too.........EDDIE gone mad Whoops
Report Catch Me ifyoucan July 5, 2019 12:08 PM BST
...with birds at 12 & 18 still to come (11/12 under !)..PEPPERING the place Laugh
Report 1st time poster July 5, 2019 12:29 PM BST
poukts/Harrington 8 overbetween them,has this happened before
Report Catch Me ifyoucan July 5, 2019 1:24 PM BST
ANCER gives his answer 66 67.....he's been on my watch for a while 

Catch Me ifyoucan  • February 21, 2019 7:00 PM GMT 
Local favourite Abraham Ancer is ready this time as he returns to Mexico as a local fav this week.....best 100/1 ew ever
When the WGC moved to Mexico - an exemption category was included to ensure the best Mexican player in the world would be included - a purpose that is coming to fruition.
Roberto Diaz was given the first GC–Mexico exemption two years ago with his world ranking nearing 500. Ancer was then in the 700s. It may have been the start of a serious drive that now sees four Mexican players on the PGA TOUR this season in Ancer, Diaz, Jose de Jesus Rodriguez and Carlos Ortiz.
Ancer returns to Mexico City this season ranked 61st in the world, a ranking that while is outside the top 50 who get automatic invites, would have netted him a place regardless of his heritage thanks to a handful of withdrawals. He is the current Australian Open champion, won in Sydney last November, a result he followed up with a T2 for Mexico with Diaz at the World Cup of Golf in Melbourne.

Plays with 80-time PGA TOUR winner Tiger Woods in the opening two rounds. PRESSURE ? “Last year was my first WGC in my career and while I had so much support and had a lot of fun, I put a little bit too much pressure on myself to play really well,” Ancer said. “I certainly learned from that and I intend to try to make a better appearance this year. My game has elevated. After Mexico City last year I started playing some really solid golf and it gave me a lot of confidence. I also got a win in Australia which gave me more confidence. It showed me I can win. I feel I am way better prepared this year.”

Over his next three starts he finished no worse than 16th. At the Quicken Loans National in the summer Ancer shot a blistering third-round 62 to share the 54-hole lead with Francesco Molinari. Ancer responded with another top-5 finish at the RBC Canadian Open before once again contending heavily at the Dell Technologies Championship where he led after 54 holes but faded to seventh.

Ancer already has two top 10s and is a solid 42nd in the FedEx Cup standings heading into this week.
One goal firmly in his mind in making the International Presidents Cup team - to be the first ever Mexican player to take part - currently sixth on that points list.
A win on the PGA TOUR is not far away for Ancer. And winning on home soil this week is seriously not out of the question.
Report Catch Me ifyoucan July 5, 2019 1:29 PM BST
CAMPILLO last 10 holes - 3 pars and 7 birds - T2, for a 6under 64 best round of the day.
Report Catch Me ifyoucan July 5, 2019 1:37 PM BST
77 PLAYERS at par or better atm
Report Catch Me ifyoucan July 5, 2019 1:40 PM BST
HATTON and BEEF off to Ballybunion tomorrow Whoops
Report Catch Me ifyoucan July 5, 2019 1:56 PM BST
Dat new tee on 17th is proving to be the hardest hole on the course
Report Catch Me ifyoucan July 5, 2019 2:01 PM BST
3rd, 4th (par 5 normally), 15th & 6th rank the next toughest - 18th, 12th & 13th the easiest as one might expect.
Report Catch Me ifyoucan July 5, 2019 2:06 PM BST
Still waiting for my hole-in-one to drop Devil (8th or 16th)
Report Catch Me ifyoucan July 5, 2019 2:08 PM BST
Looks to be gentler conditions for the afternoon Devil
Report Catch Me ifyoucan July 5, 2019 2:15 PM BST
Top Three (in T10 not already exempt) will head to Portrush...as it stands it's Gavin Green, Lee Slattery and Cormac Sharvi...a home Major for Sharvin (but it's only Friday).
Report Catch Me ifyoucan July 5, 2019 2:20 PM BST
Player blog....BEEF
Andrew ‘Beef’ Johnston opens up about his mental health struggles, adapting to becoming famous and how with the help of his fiancée and psychologist he is rediscovering his love for golf. It's been a crazy year. Where do I start? Well, I got engaged on the 7th of December. So that was a nice start to the winter break, nice celebrations.

I started the 2019 season similar to how I would normally, playing Abu Dhabi, Dubai and the Vic Open in Australia, but to be honest, I really wasn't in a good place. I would say that all came from a hell of a lot of change in 2018.
I split up with a long-term girlfriend in the middle of the year, which is obviously not easy, and I met Jodie quite soon after. She is amazing but I also wasn't in the best head space at that time. I was in France at Le Golf National but pulled out of the tournament after the round on Thursday. I drove home Friday morning, got back and discovered my flat had been broken into. It was really unsettling having to deal with that, so I decided not to play Ireland or Scotland, and to just take some time to sort it all out. 
A few things were happening all at once last year. I had some time off, about seven weeks in all, so that was really good. But then as summer came, I had a chat with my coach at the time and he was looking to go a different way. So now all of a sudden I've got to find a new coach. 
I played Sweden in August and I played well there, and played all right in a few other events, but I could definitely feel like I wasn’t being my usual self. I wasn't quite right.

I was angry. I was wound up. I just thought it was the golf. I didn't realise what was happening. It felt like every week was really tough. I was fighting. I was trying to practice more, do more, and I didn't realise that I was just slowly burning myself out.
I came off the course on Sunday at the Nedbank Golf Challenge in November and couldn't even bring myself to go get my clubs from the locker. I just left them. I went straight back to the hotel and just cried. 
I nearly walked off the course at the Australian PGA Championship a few weeks later. It was the end of last year on the Gold Coast, I hit two bad shots, and I couldn't mentally handle it at all. I had no idea what was going on. I was so angry, so wound up, which is really unlike me. I came off there and cried. I knew then that something wasn’t right. I came back to Abu Dhabi and Dubai and I wasn't quite right there. I said to Will, my caddie at the time, ’I just don't know which person is going to turn up day to day’. I really didn't, and I thought it was unfair on him, so we split.
I got to Australia and on the first day at the Vic Open I played lovely and shot 66. On the second day, I couldn't even write numbers in my yardage book. I was writing everything backwards, the numbers backwards. I didn't know what was going on. I shot 77 and missed the cut.
I flew to Perth, then went to go to the course and I just said, ‘I can’t do it’. I went back to the hotel room and just thought ‘I'm not going to play’. So I pulled out. 
I went to Thailand for a couple weeks with Jodie to clear my head. I thought maybe if I get away from it all for a few weeks, it would be all right. I got back home and flew all the way to Oman, and the same thing happened. I couldn’t bring myself to play. I pulled out of the event there too. Luckily Jodie got in touch with a psychologist and first off, he advised me not to play for a while. 
I was planning to play Malaysia or India and deep down, obviously I was thinking, I want to play, I want to compete — but I couldn’t. What's going on? I had no idea what was happening and my psychologist said, ‘we strongly advise you just to take some time off’. In the end, I reluctantly accepted it.

I started working with the psychologist Ben Davies, piecing it all together. It can go all the way back to when I went out to America, where it all started happening. We sat down and started talking about the change in mentality. I had an amazing year in 2016, going out to America, but if I could do it again, I would do it very differently.

You've got to remember, I'm a normal geezer from Finchley. Next thing, I see a poll over in America asking fans, ‘who are you looking forward to seeing more?’. I was above Tiger Woods. 
I was thinking, what is going on? To get your head around that is very tough, and then came the pressure I put on myself to perform. When I returned from the States my mind set had changed without me even knowing it. I played Wentworth and I finished around 20th at the BMW PGA Championship. I came off thinking I’ve failed, poor week. Any tournament where you finish around 20th is a decent week. It's only fine margins but I couldn't see it at the time.
I came out from The Open, finished low 20s, and I was fuming — failed again. That slowly built up. I could date it back to then, when my mindset changed. I wasn't happy on the golf course. I wasn't enjoying it. 

At some of the tournaments around that time, the attention I got was just crazy. It's my nature to take pictures with fans and sign autographs. I'm a friendly person, a caring person. I want to take a picture with a kid who asks me, sign an autograph, sign a ball and make their day and let them have a good day.
But it happened so quickly, I didn't know what was going on. I mean, I enjoyed it. I enjoyed the crowds. I would never change that. But when you throw someone into that, you don't know the effect it’s having on them. I had no idea. I didn't realise the underlying pressure I was putting on myself to perform, to try and please thousands of people. I didn't realise that was happening until I started working with Ben and he broke it all down.
Ben telling me what was happening came as quite a nice relief. I was thinking, my god you’re right. It makes sense now, made me feel better and as I said, having that break has been good to help me reflect. Since coming back at the British Masters, I've been myself a lot more – I’m happy. My game's been moving in the right direction and now, it's just a matter of being patient. 

I think perspective is a massive thing. Regardless of how you play golf and what you do, just enjoying life. Jodie and I are now expecting a baby too and that’s going to be amazing. With Jodie, we're constantly together, so to have your best mate with you all the time is wicked, and golf is just a small part of it at the end of the day. I didn't realise that before. 
As long as you've got your family and friends and you're healthy, they are the most important things, and we are so lucky to be able to do this as a job. It comes with demands, but every job does. It's just a learning curve. 
I've got a long way to go with this. It's still early days for me working with Ben, and I find you're able to sort of manage your mind better and understand it. 
I've been called a "fat f**k" a few times in the States. But you've still got to have that bulletproof skin. You're in the public eye. You can't say anything. So I think for all sports people, it's good to have someone they can speak to, a mental coach or a psychologist.
It's such fine margins and as I've learnt now, very easy for that mind set to change just slightly and a year and a half down the line, you're sitting in a hotel room crying.

The goal now is to get back playing Majors. Play all the biggest and best events like the Rolex Series this week and next week, play against the best players in the world and to test my game against them again. But also to enjoy it as well. Devil
Report 1st time poster July 5, 2019 3:36 PM BST
radar 30 balls you wont get one to hold the green,just the one thanks, no wonder the commentary box is full of golfers who see landmines everywhere
Report xmoneyx July 5, 2019 4:09 PM BST
"gmac +6 could do with some birdies"  Laugh
Report Catch Me ifyoucan July 5, 2019 4:16 PM BST
GMAC & CLARKE (also +6) have played their part for McGINLEY this wk Wink
Report Catch Me ifyoucan July 5, 2019 4:24 PM BST
75 players at PER or BETTER.....seems LOWRY wants to take the w/end off too (+4 thru11 - sits just inside the cut line)... BUT with two par 5 to comes Whoops
Report Catch Me ifyoucan July 5, 2019 4:25 PM BST
*PAR
Report Catch Me ifyoucan July 5, 2019 6:07 PM BST
Ireland's SEAMUS POWER (-2) comes alive with 5 birds in his last 8holes
Report Catch Me ifyoucan July 5, 2019 11:24 PM BST
ONLY 66 players made the cut at -1 or better, with Dunners just missing out. (There was 74 players at par or better)
Report Catch Me ifyoucan July 5, 2019 11:26 PM BST
Others to miss out include: 140- Justin Harding, Aaron Rai ... 141- Erik Van Rooyen ... 142- Tyrrell Hatton, Victor Dubuisson, Alvaro Quiros, Pablo Larrazabal ... 143- Richie Ramsay, Lucas Bjerregaard, Thomas Pieters ... 144- Julian Suri, Graeme McDowell ... 145- Ross Fisher, Christiaan Bezuidenhout, Jordan Smith ... 146- Joost Luiten ... 147- Andrew Johnston, Darren Clarke ... 150- Ryan Fox.
Report frames July 6, 2019 1:38 PM BST
Wallace might want putting lessons off his coach.Scary.
Report xmoneyx July 6, 2019 1:45 PM BST
putt on 18th won't be short
Report frames July 6, 2019 1:47 PM BST
25ft for 59 ,piece of pi55 after the last few.
Report xmoneyx July 6, 2019 1:50 PM BST
pin in?
Report Catch Me ifyoucan July 6, 2019 1:51 PM BST
Catch Me ifyoucan • July 6, 2019 1:40 PM BST
Outrageous round going for ROBERT ROCK


Has a putt for 59 in Lehinch....OMG Devil
Report xmoneyx July 6, 2019 1:52 PM BST
decent effort
Report Catch Me ifyoucan July 6, 2019 2:02 PM BST
On the members card for the course Robert Rock actually HAD A 59 Devil
Report drive for show putt for dough July 6, 2019 9:15 PM BST
He didn't he still has 60 shots
Report Catch Me ifyoucan July 6, 2019 9:42 PM BST
Yeah, sorry 12 under par instead of 10 under on the members card.

Freaking outstanding on a tough track like Lahinch. He certainly putted for dough, eh ! Devil
Report frames July 7, 2019 11:11 AM BST
Only 62.5% of the posts on this thread Catch Me ,I hope you will be picking your game up for The Open.
Report Catch Me ifyoucan July 7, 2019 12:03 PM BST
frames,
The atmosphere here in LeHINCH is overwhelming Tongue Out

...Crowds drinking on the streets - some guy said it reminded him of PUCK FAIR - only more Goats ! (acting the maggot).
Report xmoneyx July 7, 2019 1:19 PM BST
lemke reached - 9 during 3rd round

then apple crumbled

had him to win £600 top 8 ExcitedCry
Report rommel July 7, 2019 2:08 PM BST
need raf cab to ave a blip
Report johnnythebull July 7, 2019 2:09 PM BST
well,unless he's changed his m.o.,don't hold your breath
Report frames July 7, 2019 2:36 PM BST
Must be a few quid to be made laying the player after Tim does his interview, same players stand for it day in day out.
Report xmoneyx July 7, 2019 2:43 PM BST
rahm Silly
Report ashleigh July 7, 2019 2:44 PM BST
rahm turning up the heat on rafa.Happy
Report xmoneyx July 7, 2019 2:46 PM BST
hope tim interviews rahm Cool
Report ashleigh July 7, 2019 2:49 PM BST
already has, inspired him.Laugh
Report xmoneyx July 7, 2019 2:50 PM BST
Excited
Report frames July 7, 2019 2:56 PM BST
Ask him again now Tim.
Report xmoneyx July 7, 2019 2:58 PM BST
just off green in 1


PAR 4


bogey - OUCH
Report frames July 7, 2019 3:05 PM BST
Deary me.
Report ashleigh July 7, 2019 3:05 PM BST
rafa.Laugh
Report xmoneyx July 7, 2019 3:09 PM BST
John Daly’s request to use a buggy at The 148th Open

REFUSED ExcitedWhoopsWink
Report rommel July 7, 2019 3:20 PM BST
rahm just cant steam it,not allowed
Report johnnythebull July 7, 2019 3:33 PM BST
RCB nice guy but an absolute bottlejob
Report xmoneyx July 7, 2019 3:35 PM BST
RAHM one hand on trophy
Report par July 7, 2019 3:46 PM BST
some numbskull stops rock's ball with their wordly belongings in a bag behind the green.
Report Catch Me ifyoucan July 7, 2019 3:51 PM BST
Look no further than Spain's OWGR #11 Jonny Rahmbo to do the business again
Report frames July 7, 2019 3:52 PM BST
I have watched most of the golf this week ,not seen one ball in a fairway bunker.I'm not sure there are any even though they go on about them.
Report Catch Me ifyoucan July 7, 2019 3:53 PM BST
Jonny Rahmbo is the “goat of Lahinch”
Report xmoneyx July 7, 2019 3:58 PM BST
rahm will get nice drop - screen in way
Report ashleigh July 7, 2019 4:01 PM BST
cable, not screen.Laugh
Report xmoneyx July 7, 2019 4:01 PM BST
Wink
Report 1st time poster July 7, 2019 4:05 PM BST
sky loons again right,backstop,front stop,pitching zone blah,blah,stfu I,ll go straight  at it pitch by the hole, these commentators see landmines everywhere
Report Catch Me ifyoucan July 7, 2019 4:06 PM BST
Eagle needed by RAFA on 18th (possible) Devil
Report par July 7, 2019 4:08 PM BST
good ole Rafa, chokin like an old guy on woodbines
Report xmoneyx July 7, 2019 4:11 PM BST
rock only thinking par 16/17 birdie 18th  2nd place  open invite
Report Catch Me ifyoucan July 7, 2019 4:12 PM BST
No chocking what-so-ever required.... Rahmbo just shot an 8under par 62 ffs !

It’s better coverage on RTE I believe.
Report xmoneyx July 7, 2019 4:12 PM BST
w/d rahm backers Cool
Report par July 7, 2019 4:13 PM BST
I didnt mention Rahm , he has done awesome, like champions do. The other fella has been disgraceful.
Report ashleigh July 7, 2019 4:23 PM BST
kaymer having photo's taken with the open trophy, and not yet qualified.Laugh
Report par July 7, 2019 4:31 PM BST
he will be in now wont he, his world ranking gets him in above dodo
Report par July 7, 2019 4:32 PM BST
is it 3 or 4
Report ashleigh July 7, 2019 4:37 PM BST
3 places
wiesberger
rock
waring
Report xmoneyx July 7, 2019 4:52 PM BST
kaymer having photo's taken with the open trophy, and not yet qualifiedWhoops
Report Catch Me ifyoucan July 7, 2019 7:57 PM BST
THREE weeks of superb 'OPEN' events... at classic links venues... on the EUROPEAN TOUR...

Lahinch - Irish
North Berwick - Scottish
Royal Portrush - The OPEN
Report xmoneyx July 7, 2019 9:34 PM BST
Renaissance - Archerfield

next to muirfield

scottish open 2019
Report Catch Me ifyoucan July 7, 2019 10:38 PM BST
Catch Me ifyoucan • July 5, 2019 11:27 AM BST
those blind shots fool 'em ... no foolin these guys....expect 15/16 under par to win


JON RAHM (-16) shoots rounds of 67,71 + 64-62 on the weekend at Lahinch to win his 2nd Irish Open in three years and the first player to win three Rolex Series titles on the European Tour incl the 2017 DP World Tour Championship in Dubai.

Padraig Harrington is unlike to host the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open next year - because he will captain the European Ryder Cup Team at Whistling Straits (Sept 2020).
So WHO'S NEXT in the rota of Irish Stars to host, after Paul McGinley did such an outstanding job. DDF Chief Executive Colm O'Loughlin must have some idea.
Report frames July 8, 2019 9:51 AM BST
therhino 03 Jul 19 14:14 Joined: 12 Jul 10 | Topic/replies: 18,035 | Blogger: therhino's blog
Seen worse faves than Rahm. Far and away the best player in the field, in good nick and likes the event. If no wind means a birdie fest then that suits as well looking at his scores the weeks he has won.

Well done Rhino.
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