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Rory McIlroy finished in a tie for 59th place at the Irish Open, despite being the hot favourite heading into the week at Mount Juliet.
McIlroy reveals how he nearly pinched Woods' glove out of his back pocket
Lucas Herbert completed a fantastic wire-to-wire win at the Irish Open on Sunday to secure his second win on the European Tour.
Lucas Herbert fought off a number of competitors on Sunday in Kilkenny to secure the 2021 Irish Open title.
Rory McIlroy was eight shots off the lead on Thursday at the Irish Open but he surged up the leaderboard on day two.
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Rory McIlroy was the hot favourite heading into the Irish Open at Mount Juliet this week, but he will have his work cut out to contend at the weekend.
Rory McIlroy is the hot favourite to win his second Irish Open at Mount Juliet this week and he will have the edge on the field with his power and distance.
The Irish Open is one of the most exciting and popular events on the European Tour and we have selected three players to go close this week at Mount Juliet.
Rory McIlroy hosted the Irish Open from 2015 to 2018 and won the event at The K Club in 2016.
Padraig Harrington and his caddie carried a dead branch away from his ball during the first round of the Irish Open.
Open champion Shane Lowry said that as long as the Irish Open was going ahead he was always going to play.
Graeme McDowell says it is a "huge privilege" to be named as Irish Open host for 2020 and 2021.
Scottish golfer lands a clutch putt at Ballyliffin.
Russell Knox in the bag: Srixon staffer takes the 2018 Irish Open.
Rory says he isn't as involved in off-course activities this year, and is fully prepared.
Do not miss the fairways at Ballyliffin Golf Club...
Graeme McDowell withdraws from his Open Championship qualifier at St Anne's Old Links.
Rahm rides his luck at Royal Birkdale, just weeks after his Irish Open ball mark incident.
"It wasn't millimetres. It was inches, probably three inches that his ball was misplaced."
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But the Spaniard remains in contention to win the Irish Open at Portstewart.
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