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Irish Open tickets: Weekend sold out for first time in European Tour history
Next week’s Irish Open at Royal Portrush has officially sold out on Saturday June 30 and Sunday July 1, and time is running out to book tickets in advance for Thursday June 28 and Friday June 29.
Help tidy a beach and win Irish Open tickets
Two lucky golf fans will win tickets for the Irish Open — as long as they help revamp one of the most popular beaches on the north coast.
£35m: That's how much the Irish Open could be worth to Northern Ireland economy
The Irish Open golf championship could be worth more than £35m to the local economy.
Ballygowan Natural Mineral Water signs deal with European Tour
Ballygowan Natural Mineral Water has announced a new three year agreement with The European Tour as the official water and soft drinks partner to the Irish Open.
Golfing legend Alliss backs McIlroy to hit form again
Rory McIlroy should stop messing about with his swing and trust in his God-given talents if he wants to end his recent run of poor form, says top golf broadcaster Peter Alliss.
He came, he saw, but did our man conquer Royal Portrush?
If the Irish Open were to be played at Royal Portrush over the next four days the winning score might be something approaching 24 or 25 under par.
You’ve no idea how important Irish Open is to me, says Darren Clarke
Open champion tells Peter Hutcheon that winning at Royal Portrush would be right up there with lifting the Claret Jug at Sandwich, and reveals his hopes for a Major being played on the famous north coast links
Rooms left at north coast inns ahead of Irish Open golf tournament
Owners of holiday accommodation in Portrush have expressed surprise that there are still rooms available ahead of next month’s Irish Open golf tournament.
Tickets almost gone for Irish Open
Next month's Irish Open golf championship at Royal Portrush is set to become a near sell-out.
Irish Open close to sell-out
Next month's Irish Open golf championship at Royal Portrush is set to become a sell-out.
Irish Open victor to get whiskey reserve keys
The winner of golf's Irish Open will be awarded a special bottle of Bushmills whiskey and access to the distillery's private reserve as part of a sponsorship deal, the company has announced.
NITB urges Irish Open fans to book tickets and a bed early
With this year’s Irish Open Golf Championship at Royal Portrush set to be one of the biggest in the competition’s history NITB Chief Executive Alan Clarke has reminded visitors to book their tickets and accommodation now to avoid potential disappointment.
Irish Open tickets close to selling out
Tickets for the Irish Open golf tournament at the famous Royal Portrush course have almost sold out with six weeks still to go before tee-off.
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