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European Tour published this video item, entitled “John Catlin claims second in four weeks | 2020 Dubai Duty Free Irish Open” – below is their description.
American Catlin shoots incredible final round 64 to claim the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open 2020 title and his second victory in four weeks. ► SUBSCRIBE: http://et.golf/Subscribe The European Tour heads to Northern Ireland for the 2020 Dubai Duty Free Irish Open. Held at the Galgorm Castle Golf Club for the first time in the tournament’s history, a stellar field will vye for the top spot. Open Champion Shane Lowry is looking for his first win at the event since his victory as an amateur in 2009, while three-time Major Champion Padraig Harrington tees up alongside him. After claiming back-to-back victories before tying third at last week’s Open de Portugal, George Coetzee hopes to continue his winning streak. Welcome to the Official YouTube channel of the European Tour. Every week you can find extended tournament highlights and individual player highlights from the likes of Rory McIlroy, Justin Rose and Tommy Fleetwood in events on the Race to Dubai. This is also the home of the 14 Club Challenge, Little Interviews, Fastest Hole and many more challenges, pranks and world record attempts featuring the biggest golfers in the world. ► WEBSITE: http://www.europeantour.com ► FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/TheEuropeanTour ► TWITTER https://twitter.com/EuropeanTour ► INSTAGRAM https://instagram.com/europeantourEuropean Tour YouTube Channel
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