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Report From The European Tour Site
Ryder Cup Captain Colin Montgomerie produced a remarkable course record equalling 62 on Sunningdale New today to earn himself a place in next month's The Open Championship at St Andrews - the course where he finished runner-up to Tiger Woods five years ago.


Residence: Lucan, Co. Dublin
Club: Newlands
Handicap: Plus 3


Role Of Honour


East of Ireland Champion 2010
Represented Ireland in three Home Internationals and one European Championships to date.
Holed the winning putt at the 2008 Home Internationals in Muirfield.
Runner Up Irish Close Championship 2009
Joint 1st Willie Gill Order of Merit 2009






Getting To Know Cian

When youre not golfing you are………. “Trying NOT to think about golf! I like to go to the cinema quite a bit or just chill out with friends”
Most famous person you have ever met
“Probably Donald Trump, I met him in New York while playing for Ireland a couple of years ago. Seemed a pretty cool guy!”
Lowest 18 hole score and where 63 (-8) Newlands G.C
Favourite Film “Dumb & Dumber – I reckon I can quote the whole movie at this stage!”

Favourite TV Show
Friends – Joey’s a hero!!
Worst TV Show/Film Ever Made “All them English soaps. I cannot stand them!”
Pro you most admire “Phil Mickelson, he’s great to watch play and he always seems to be smiling and having fun!”
Favourite Course Co. Louth G.C
Are you any good at other sports? “I have a few dusty football and hockey medals in the cabinet alright!”
What team do you support? Man Utd.
Best shot you ever hit when people were watching Holing a 6 iron for an albatross playing for Newlands
Worst shot you hit when people were watching Probably playing the wrong ball in the Irish Close Final! That didn’t feel too good at the time.

What’s in The Bag Cian Curley

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Winner Alright: Last week we tipped Rhys Davies at 24/1. A 10 euro each-way bet was worth 70 euro!

Robert Rock 25/1 

Though he may always be known as the man Shane Lowry beat in the playoff to win the Irish Open last year, the progression Robert Rock has made almost one year on is impressive. The Englishman is on a six event cut streak finishing a cumulative 24 under in his last two tournaments. Rock added an impressive fourth place in Wales last week to his fifth in Madrid and a podium finish in Estoril would be no surprise.

Gregory Bourdy 25/1

Frenchman Gregory Bourdy is one of the steadiest guys on Tour finishing in the top 30 every other week. His win at the UBS Hong Kong Open last November was the third of his career, the second being the 2008 Estoril Open. He also put up an excellent defence of his title last year in extremely tough conditions eventually tying seventh. In what is a decimated field this week Bourdy is definitely one to watch.

Maarten Lafeber 60/1

Everyone likes to land an each way winner at big odds and this week’s pick is veteran Maarten Lafeber. The Dutchman’s 12th place finish at Celtic Manor was his best since last October and while a win this week would take a miracle, a top three can not be ruled out. Lafeber covered the back nine in 28 shots during round three last year in extremely windy conditions and though he slipped away on Sunday cannot be ignored from 60/1.




Jamie Donaldson 26/1

Perhaps all the furore surrounding the home players got to Jamie last week as he slipped to a 46th place finish at Celtic Manor, his worst in eight events. However with the pressure off and the sun on his back this week expect some serious bouncebackability from the Welshman. Despite an agonizing second at the SAS Masters last season and five top tens already in this campaign Donaldson remains winless on Tour. He had the Estoril Open more or less in the bag last year two before a stunning final round 66 from Michael Hoey relegated him to fourth.


Miles Tunnicliff 210/1
I cannot believe I am putting the words Miles and Tunnicliff together in my tips column but at odds of 210/1 what the hell. Here’s the way it works for Miles: Unless the golf course is similar in length to a pitch putt track he simply has no chance. Ergo his stunning 127th place finish last week in Wales. That leaves about two events all year where he can take home a cheque and at 6800 yards Estoril is one of those. In fairness to Tunnicliff he came very close in 2008 finishing fourth only one shot behind Bourdy. One for shopping trolley coins only.

Odds: Betfair


Use The Rossa Luke
Taylormade have been spotted at US Tour events greens launching a new eye catching putter line called the “ghost” series. The spooky white polymer finish is designed to increase contrast with the grass. As far as we can decipher, most of the Rossa favourites will be available in this new other worldly colour. If Luke Skywalker played golf, you know this would be his putter!

Monty: Legendary Swordsman
Mention Colin Montgomerie and Celtic Manor and one inevitably thinks Ryder Cup. However Monty found himself discussing anything but golf last weekend. After a tabloid ran a story claiming he had been seeing a former girlfriend Monty issued a statement saying, "I have put my marriage under considerable strain, but we are working through these problems. I am very sorry for the hurt I have caused to the ones I love so much.” After his round he told waiting reporters, "I have said everything I have to say about that. I made a statement. The crowd were very supportive and it's up to Gaynor and I to work things out and continue and we look forward to welcoming everybody here in October. It's not going to impact on my captaincy at all. Not one bit." Montgomerie then added: "There was no question of me not playing today. The only thing to do today was play golf."

Ian Woosnam: Defending Champ

The Handa Irish Seniors Open starts on Friday at Carton House in Maynooth. The Montgomerie course will play host to the likes Ian Woosnam and Sam Torrance as well as home favourites including Des Smyth. I had a crack at the Monty layout a couple of weeks back and it positively battered me into submission. I can’t wait to see how the pro’s fare this weekend.
If you have never been to a Seniors Tour event, you must go. If your kids are aspiring golfers, they should go too. You will learn more observing these guys “live” for a day than you ever would watching the main tour. Firstly most of the senior players do not hit the ball much further than the average golfer. However the course management employed by these guys is simply awesome, and that coupled with short games tuned to perfect pitch after years of practice makes compelling viewing. They can tip-toe around a golf course and wrote the book on keeping horrors off the card.
Nowhere was that more evident than at last years British Open when then 59 year old Tom Watson came within one ball revolution of making off with the Claret Jug. The cream of Ireland’s youth golfers who receive GUI coaching at Carton House will no doubt relish the unique opportunity the Seniors Tour provides to get up close and personal with the pro’s on the range and on the course.
This year, entry to the Irish Senior’s Open is absolutely free on all three days and a huge number of facilities have been put in place to keep the whole family occupied while you sneak off to watch the golf. I will certainly be following one of my boyhood heroes Ian Woosnam as he attempts to defend his title.

We have over 1,000 different shafts on board the Tour Truck and they are sorted into nine different categories but the most important factors are flex, weight and kickpoint. Kickpoint is basically where the flex is positioned within the shaft. A high kickpoint is up at the butt/grip end and low kickpoint is down at the tip or head end. When the kickpoint is low the ball flies high and when the kickpoint is high the ball flies low. Shaft companies vary the kickpoint when they construct the shaft in order to provide different types of ball performance to suit different golfers. Kickpoint is also used to regulate spin on the ball and can be tweaked to help with launch angles also. On Tour most players generate such high speeds that they prefer a high kickpoint shaft to make the ball flight as flat as possible in the air.
with Derek Murray from www.foregolf.ie

Problem:

Poor rotation of the body leads to loss of power and direction and often also results in failure to release the clubhead during the downswing. More often than not this leads to high weak shots fading away to the right for the right handed golfer.

Cause:

The prime cause of this swing fault is limited hip and thoracic spine mobility as it will limit the golfer’s ability to rotate their body freely in the downswing. Another cause can be the lack of understanding of the proper technique involved in rotating the body and squaring the club at impact.

Exercise:

Practicing rotational medicine ball throws are key to developing torso power as the medicine ball is an unparalleled tool for power development. Assume golf posture, rotate the body back then rotate the hips and chest forward throwing the medicine ball in front of you. Do 10 to 15 throws. If you release the ball properly it should go straight in front of you.

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Log on to www.wayneocallaghangolf.com for more info and congrats to Wayne on his winning 66 in the Clontarf Pro-Am!

Report from opengolf.com
Shane Lowry has given him the best possible chance of appearing at the 150thAnniversary Open Championship after an opening-round 62, eight under par, left him two clear of the field at International Final Qualifying — Europe. Despite only reaching the turn one stroke under the card, the Irishman, who became the third amateur to win on the European Tour when he claimed the Irish Open last year, registered six consecutive birdies in a seven-under-par back-nine.
Two putts of 20 feet on the 10th and 11th holes, followed by a 60-foot monster on the 442-yard, par-4 12th, were the catalyst for the 23-year-old from County Offaly, as he went on to come home in 28 and tie Nick Faldo’s Sunningdale Old Course record. 
“I played lovely all day. Tee to green I was really good,” he said. “Now I need to try and play the golf course for the next round and keep up the momentum and confidence.”
Matteo Manassero had set the early pace at IFQ with a faultless sic-under-par 64. The Italian, who won the Silver Medal at Turnberry last year, then aged just 16, made six birdies and 12 pars on the Old Course to give himself the best possible chance of making his first Major Championship since turning professional.
The Veronese, 17, said: Obviously, after last year, it’s important to get back to St Andrews, especially as it’s the 150th anniversary. I have good memories of the Championship.”
Manassero is joined on 64 by Belgian Nicolas Colsaerts, Spain’s Ignacio Garrido, German Marcel Siem and Gareth Maybin of Northern Ireland.
Maybin’s 64 was the best of the morning rounds on the New Course. An opening bogey was quickly forgotten as the 29-year-old bagged seven birdies, five of those coming in a back nine of 30.
Conversely, Siem’s 64 came courtesy of a front nine completed in 30 strokes on the Old Course. An eagle at the 492-yard, par-5 first was followed by two birdies, a bogey and, remarkably, another eagle on the ninth — Siem holing from 60 feet after putting a three-wood onto the green from the tee.
“It was good, especially the front nine,” he said. “I just couldn’t hole anything on the back nine. I had chances so it could’ve been better. It gives me a chance to finish it off now though.”
England’s Paul Broadhurst, Alastair Forsyth of Scotland, Frenchman Francois Delamontagne, Denmark’s Thomas Bjorn and South African James Kingston are all three of the lead after opening-round 65s.
An early bogey at the 475-yard, par-4 fourth proved to be Kingston’s only blemish as he made birdies at the sixth, ninth, 12th and 13th, before completing a five-under-par 65 with an eagle at the 18th.  
“It was a great way for me to finish and that will really help,” explained Kingston. “I’ve played a few Opens before, but never a St Andrews one. That would be the dream Open — fingers crossed!”10 places are available in the 150th Anniversary Open Championship.


2010 Memorial Day 3 Highlights.

ricky barnes lynette Ricky Barnes shot a 10 under round of 62 in round three at Muirfield Village yesterday. The former US amateur champion (and desperate housewives star) hooked bombed and gouged his way to one of the most memorable Memorial rounds ever.  Barnes will play with Rickie Fowler in todays final round.  Fowler leads by three after a steady 69.

Here are the 2010 Memorial Day 3 Highlights

The Celtic Manor Wales Open

Germany’s Marcel Siem was ze model of efficiency during day two of the Celtic Manor Wales Open carding a 67 to co-lead with Andrew Dodt.  However there are some serious stories brewing behind them with Thomas Bjorn and Miguel Angel Jimenez breathing cigar smoke down their neck.  A word to for Luke Donald who put a 65 with his opening 75 to nestle in behind, just four shots back.

Click the pic to view the highlights of Day 2 from European Tour Website

 marcel siem

Hey guys in the European Tour website.  Instead of only allowing vids to be viewed through the European Tour website, why not stick a 5 second advert before your vids and allow guys like me to embed them on our sites?  It would add value for your advertisers (more viewers), raise revenue for you and ad content for the likes of me.  PGA.com do it, so why don’t you. I cant help but feel you’re missing a big opportunity here.

It is indeed a good day, when the small man can strike a blow for common sense.  My Rory McIlroy youtube video that we made in the London Club is back on the air,  three weeks after the PGATour tried to take it down claiming copyright infringement.  For the life of me I cant tell why they thought it was theirs, my ugly mug is in there going through Ror’s clubs.  Fair play to you YouTube.  Enjoy

Francesco Molinari 17/1

Of the two Molinari’s it looks like Francesco has the best chance ofclip_image002 emulating Constatino Rocca as an Italian member of this year’s Ryder Cup dream. He hasn’t been outside the top-30 since the Masters, announcing himself to the American audience with a ninth place in the Players Championship. Solid too last week when finishing three shots behind Luke Donald. Molinari will want to put last year’s first round 77 firmly behind him and instead remember back to 2008 when he shot three rounds in the 60’s to tie fourth.

Simon Dyson 50/1

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We’ve missed Simon Dyson lately and all the jokes about loss of suction. Simon’s been off the radar after pulling out of the BMW Italian Open with a sore back and a return at reconstructed Wentworth was always going to be tough. Nice to see him tie for 10th last week in Madrid ahead of his return to the Twenty Ten course in Wales. Dyson gave five shots to most of the leaders after a first round 74 last year, but figured out the Ryder Cup layout rapidly thereafter finishing in a tie for sixth. A more circumspect Thursday could yield much gold this time around.

Ignacio Garrido 85/1

clip_image006If you’re looking for some long odds value this week, then Ignacio Garrido is your huckleberry. Apart from the BMW Championship, Garrido has finished under par in his last seven events with a lowest finish of 28th. Jeppe Huldahl won this event last year but in truth Garrido threw it away, crumbling to a double bogey on the 17th with victory in sight.

Rhys Davies 24/1

clip_image008I was actually about ten feet away from Philip Price when he beat Phil Mickelson in the Ryder Cup singles at The Belfry back in 2002. What all the angry sniffing was about I will never know. It looks like another Welshman has a sniff of a Ryder Cup spot if he retains his impressive early season form. Second again last week in Madrid to add to his second in China and his victory in Morocco. Darren Clarke was famously left out after winning twice before the last Ryder Cup, but surely Monty would bring Rhys Davies if he came through this week.

What the Computer Predicts

Rk

First Name

Last Name

Average finish this seaosn

Last 5 events finish

Scoring Average

Events since missed cut

% Chance of winning

1

Luke

Donald

28.92

17.20

69.79

4

88.286

2

Martin

Kaymer

42.27

55.20

70.69

1

80.157

3

Francesco

Molinari

21.33

17.20

69.93

9

76.148

4

Graeme

McDowell

31.77

18.80

70.20

5

72.722

5

Ross

Fisher

45.78

56.20

71.38

1

70.483

6

Rhys

Davies

40.21

25.60

70.15

2

69.894

7

Alvaro

Quiros Garcia

30.75

50.40

70.14

1

69.602

8

Gregory

Bourdy

29.90

24.00

70.16

6

68.974

9

Chris

Wood

44.00

26.80

70.24

4

68.727

10

Edoardo

Molinari

33.36

49.20

70.40

1

68.557

Good Luck To All The Players in the East Of Ireland this weekend

niall gorey (leinster) 220088811450_med

Date of Birth: 27/8/79

Club: Lee Valley

Residence: Ballincollig, Cork

Handicap +2

Role of Honour:

Boys- Leinster boys 95, Midland boys 96, Dublin boys 96, 97. Boys interprovincials(leinster) 95. Natonal boys panel 96, 97.

Youths- Youths interprovincials (leinster) 99 00, National panel 99, 00

Senior- Mens interprovincials (leinster) 2006, 2007, 2008, P14 W10 H2 L2,

Munster strokeplay champion 2007, 2008, Semi finalist South of Ireland 2008. Scratch Cup winner- Lee valley 2006, Douglas 2007, Muskerry 2008.

Getting To Know Niall

Whats playing on your ipod at the moment?

“Rhianna, mostly because of the videoplayer on my ipod”

Most famous person you have ever met

Tiger.....

Lowest 18 hole score and where

65 in Carlow scratch cup 2007

Favourite Film

The Hangover.

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Pro you most admire

clip_image004“Gareth Maybin, simply for having the patience to start on the smaller tours in america and work his way to being a European tour star. Many before have tried and failed this route so it takes something special to succeed this way.”

Favourite Course

Parkland- Cork

Links- Lahinch

What team do you support?

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Best shot you ever hit when people were watching

An insane downwind, downhill bunker shot to 6inches in interpros 2007 against rory leonard to win my match and go 5/5 for the week.......

Worst shot you hit when people were watching

The one before the bunker shot above!

What’s In The Bag 2010: Niall Gorey

whats in the bag Niall Gorey 2010

fisher Full name Ross Daniel Fisher

Born 22 November 1980 (age 29)

Ascot, Berkshire

Height 6 ft 3 in (1.91 m)

Residence Cheam, London

Career

Turned professional 2004

Current tour(s) European Tour

Professional wins 3

 

Biography

Ross Fisher was born in Ascot, Berkshire. As a youngster his home course is the famous Wentworth Golf Club and it came as little surprise to many when he turned professional in 2004. Fisher joined the European Tour in 2006 via Qualifying School and had immediate success with a joint fourth finish in the Volvo China Open. He even won a Jaguar car for nearest the pin at the British Masters that year. Ross first tasted victory at the 2007 KLM Open and then again at the 2008 European Open at the London Golf Club. In 2009, Fisher continued in the same vain. He secured no fewer than seven global top-10s, which included his biggest victory to date, a win at the Volvo World Match Play in October. This cemented Fishers place inside the worlds top-20, and also 4th position in the final 2009 Race to Dubai rankings. Although unsuccessful in last years Major season, Ross shot the lowest aggregate score of all competitors for 16 rounds in the majors, proving his calibre at the games biggest stage. Watch out for “Fish” in St. Andrews.

What’s In Bag 2010 Ross Fisher

at the BMW PGA Championship

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Fisher Shorts

Fisher Price

clip_image002The birth of Ross’s daughter Eve was one the biggest stories of 2009. With his wife Jo heavily pregnant and Ross in contention the British Open at Turnberry, he vowed to forego the chance of winning his first major and a cheque for £750,000 if she went into labour during the event. Having lead with 16 holes to go Ross eventually finished 13th proving lucky for some as Eve was born 10 days late at a St Helier hospital.

Scotty Too Hotty

clip_image004To celebrate the birth of Ross’s daughter, famous putter maker Scotty Cameron commissioned a one-off Newport special putter embossed with the words “Eve Rose Fisher, 25/7/09, 8lbs 12oz’s” with baby pink grip and matching teddy bear head cover.

 

 

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