Published: Mon, July 10, 2017
Sport | By Fredrick Flores

Rahm wins Irish Open title in Portstewart

Rahm wins Irish Open title in Portstewart

Offaly golfer Shane Lowry has had words with a mouthy fan at the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open at Portstewart this afternoon.

"I know that Government support is required and I have been working to secure that support".

"Looking ahead to the Open at Royal Birkdale in two weeks time he said: I'm in good stead". Hopefully I won't need two eagles in the last five holes again to win tomorrow.

Jon Rahm moved into a share of the lead in only his second regular European Tour event as birdies continued to flow at the Irish Open on Saturday.

The setting is spectacular, it is home to two of Ireland's best links courses and we know that the worldwide visitors who will come to Donegal will really enjoy the scenery and the dramatic landscape.

Spain have yet another Irish Open champion to follow Ballesteros, Jose Maria Olazabal and Sergio Garcia and there can be no greater compliment that Rahm's name fits perfectly in that list.

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Im, a 542nd-ranked American, is in even more unusual territory. This is just a disappointment for me.

McIlroy may have missed the weekend but the 92,534 souls who flocked to this week's venue got to see a player who could yet go on to be his equal take the spoils. He's one of the fastest rising stars in the world.

His compatriot and fellow house guest Julien Quesne equalled his course record of day one with a 64 - which moments later Australia's Scott Hend too achieved.

Frenchman Benjamin Hebert sits one shot further back, while Englishmen Justin rose and Oliver Fisher are in a tie for sixth on 13-under.

Coming off a career-best 63 on Friday, the 35-year-old Australian reached 20-under 196 in the first year event at Thornberry Creek - the Oneida Nation-owned resort near Green Bay.

Kirk played the first five holes in 1 over with a birdie on No. 1 and bogeys on Nos. Fleetwood won the HNA French Open last week.

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