Golf Ireland is encouraging all its clubs across Ireland to engage with a new Women in Golf Charter, launched by The R&A and signed up to at an early stage by the National Governing Body. The intention is to inspire … Continue reading
In another positive for how business is standing behind sport, Bridgestone has reaffirmed its commitment to the Golfing Union of Ireland’s Order of Merit in a new sprint format.
One look at the image above and the pulse of any Irish sports fan should quicken just a little, even if it is all of seven and a bit years away.
It has been confirmed that the 2020 Ryder Cup will move to the same venue of Whistling Straits, Wisconsin in 2021 and that Ireland’s next hosting of the global event will also shift twelve months to September 2027. Continue reading
Each Wednesday we publish a column looking at events around the world of sport in ireland and further afield that impact on the momentum behind gaining equality of attention and respect for Women in Sport. Continue reading
Speculation is mounting that the Ryder Cup will switch to 2021, setting in motion a subsequent delay of 12 months for Adare Manor to 2027 and complicating any potential future Irish Rugby World Cup bid. Continue reading
There will be no spectators on the course but there will be extensive media coverage. Sky Sports will devote nearly 12 hours of coverage from 1245 today, a package that will also be available on Now TV.
With so many of our sports run on an island of Ireland basis, alignment will be an important factor in terms of sport playing a major part in morale as well as the practical side of ‘coming back.’ Continue reading
Subject to the government confirming this week that Phase 2 can commence under the Roadmap for Reopening Society and Business, the GUI and ILGU have announced details of how golf will operate from June 8th. Continue reading
The European Tour will return to action at the end of July, initially behind closed doors, and will run through until December. Continue reading