Shane Lowry birdies last 4 holes to make cut at Horizon Irish Open

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Shane Lowry birdied the last four holes on Friday to make the cut at the 2022 Horizon Irish Open


The DP World Tour lands on Irish shores for the first time this season for the 2022 Horizon Irish Open. Home favourite Shane Lowry will be looking to record his first win since claiming The Open Championship in 2019 and comes into the event in great form, having only missed one cut in his past 14 appearances. The Irishman will be joined by Ryder Cup teammate and World No. 27, Tyrrell Hatton, whose last win on the DP World Tour came at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship in January 2021. The Horizon Irish Open will also see Alex Fitzpatrick, younger brother of 2022 U.S. Open champion Matt make his much anticipated professional debut at Mount Juliet Estate. Other notable names to keep an eye on include three-time major winner Padraig Harrington, Ryan Fox and Thomas Pieters who narrowly missed out to Haotong Li in a dramatic play-off at last weekend’s BMW International Open.





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