Irish Open Tees Off In Lahinch

Golfers from around the world have descended on Lahinch in County Clare for this year's Irish Open.

The event at Lahinch Golf Club began today, 04 July, and will run until Sunday.

Australian Wade Ormsby leads the pack on -5 along with French professional Mike Lorenzo-Vera and South Korea's Hyowon Park.

Irishman Shane Lowry sits two behind the leaders on -3 after 15 holes. Fellow countryman and major winner Padraig Harrington is set to tee off at 1.10pm.


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