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O'Rourke wins Irish Scratch Series at Luttrellstown Castle

Luttrellstown Castle Naas professional Conor O’Rourke fired a six-under-par 66 to win the top gross prize in the Flogas Autumn Irish Scratch Series at Luttrellstown Castle.He won by three strokes from Ballymena-based professional Dermot McElroy, who took the second gross on a countback from Portmarnock Links’ Gary Cullen with a three-under 69.Galway’s...
Tags: Sport, Golf, Galway, Rourke, Riordan, Mike Kelly, Ballymena, Paul Buckley, Mark Godwin, Marc Boucher, Conor O'Rourke, Shane Kelly, John Hickey, David Carey, Paul Byrne, Amateur golf


O'Rourke leads home charge in Northern Ireland Open

Conor O’Rourke (IRL) hits his drive off the 10th tee during day two of the Northern Ireland Open at Galgorm Spa & Golf Resort on September 4, 2020 in Ballymena, Northern Ireland. (Photo by Charles McQuillan/Getty Images) Conor O’Rourke spearheads the Irish challenge at the halfway stage of the Northern Ireland Open supported by The R&A at Galgorm Spa ...
Tags: England, Sport, Ford, Italy, Golf, Belgium, Denmark, Dublin, Iceland, Mallorca, Wilson, Hutchinson, Rourke, Talbot, Ellis, Dundalk


Purcell edges out Mehaffey and Walsh in €10,000 Shootout at The K Club

Conor Purcell, winner of the BMW Irish Golfer Shootout at The K Club. Picture by Pat Cashman Portmarnock’s Conor Purcell fired a five-under-par 67 to capture the €2,500 top prize in the €10,000 Irish Golfer Shootout supported by BMW & Modest! Golf.The former Walker Cup player won by one stroke from two of Ireland’s leading amateur stars — Arizona Stat...
Tags: Sport, Ireland, Golf, Paul Mcginley, European Tour, Bmw, Wake Forest, Arizona State University, Walsh, Tim Rice, Auburn University, EVN, Kilkenny, Donegal, LPGA, Purcell


What I’ve Been Reading (in Quarantine)

Reading while sheltering-in-place: 1. Disunited Nations: The Scramble for Power in an Ungoverned World by Peter Zeihan. Zeihan, a foreign policy and geopolitics guru, is having a moment right now. A lot of people in tech are reading him and enjoying his bearish take on China and bullish take on America — among other provocative predictions. This is his latest book. I found it informative. Much of it is a country-by-country analysis of the country’s prospects for the next 50-100 years. It remi...
Tags: Europe, Books, France, Saudi Arabia, China, Germany, Sales, America, Iran, United States, Vietnam, Blackstone, Steve Schwarzman, Harrison, Ian Bremmer, Stratfor


Sharvin wins Team Ireland event; Leona changes return schedule

Cormac Sharvin in action at Carton House yesterday Cormac Sharvin edged out Ronan Mullarney in the first of a new series of 36-hole tournaments for Team Ireland supported golfers at Carton House on Tuesday. Played without any fanfare to avoid the risk of attracting a crowd, Sharvin followed a five-under 68 on the O’Meara Course with a three-under 69 o...
Tags: Europe, US, Sport, Aig, Arkansas, Golf, European Tour, Royal Troon, Galway, Maguire, LPGA, Leona, Conor O'Rourke, Montgomerie, Team Ireland, Leona Maguire


Boucher claims top prize in Flogas Irish Scratch Series at The K Club

Marc Boucher Carton House’s Marc Boucher card a five-under-par 67 to win the first gross in the Flogas Irish Scratch Series outing on the Palmer South Course at The K Club.The former UNC Charlotte 49er took the top prize by a stroke from Alps Tour professional Jonathan Yates and Irish international Peter O’KeeffeBrendan McDonnell won the nett with a 7...
Tags: Sport, Golf, David Marshall, Boucher, Mike Kelly, UNC Charlotte, David Carroll, Peter Morgan, Jamie King, Lauren Murray, Jamie Kelly, Chris Black, Marc Boucher, Dan Byrne, Tom Hackett, David Winters


Another strong field for Flogas Irish Scratch Series at The K Club

David Carey in action in the 2019 Saint-Malo Mixed Open, Brittany, France. Credit: Tristan Jones A host of new faces will tee it up Monday’s Flogas sponsored Irish Scratch Series event at The K Club.The likes of David Carey, who shot 57 on the Alps Tour last year, Sunshine Tour player Neil O Briain, former Walker Cup star Gary Hurley and Irish intern...
Tags: France, Sport, Golf, European Tour, Neil, LPGA, Briain, Leona Maguire, David Carey, Amateur golf, Challenge Tour, K Club, EPD Tour, Sean Flanagan, Alps Tour, Gary Hurley


Alps Tour announces August 13 return

Dubliner David Carey, a winner on the Alps Tour last year, in action at St Malo Golf Resort. Credit: Tristan Jones/Alps Tour Ireland’s Alps Tour regulars can start planning again after the Alps Tour announced that it will resume in August with the Gosser Open in Austria.Just two early-season events were played in Egypt in February before the tour shu...
Tags: Spain, Sport, Austria, Egypt, Golf, Richard, Cairo, David Carey, Qualifying School, JONATHAN YATES, Alps Tour, Tristan Jones, Mirabelli, La Cala Resort, Estelle Richard, Golf de La Grange aux Ormes Metz


Split Sixth Circuit panel vacates district court order to transfer vulnerable prisoners "out of Elkton through any means"

A few months ago, as detailed here, US District Judge James Gwin granted a preliminary injunction ordering federal officials to identify, and then start moving out, medically vulnerable prisoners from the Elkton federal prison in Ohio.  Federal officials appealed this order to the Sixth Circuit, but a Sixth Circuit panel refused initially to stay it, and thereafter Judge Gwin issued this follow-up order which stated that "Respondents have made poor progress in transferring subclass members out o...
Tags: Cook, Sixth Circuit, Supreme Court, Law, US, Aclu, Bill Clinton, Ohio, Gibbons, Sotomayor, 6th U S Circuit Court of Appeals, Elkton, Cole, Gwin, James Gwin, Bureau of Prisons


Federal judge finds BOP has "made poor progress in transferring" vulnerable inmates out of federal prison COVID hotspot

Last month, as detailed here, US District Judge Judge James Gwin granted a preliminary injunction ordering federal officials to identify, and then start moving out, medically vulnerable prisoners from the Elkton federal prison.  Federal officials appealed this order, but a Sixth Circuit panel two weeks ago refused to disturb it.  But, as detailed by this new press report concerning this new order from Judge Gwin handed down late yesterday, it appears that BOP is just largely refusing to do what ...
Tags: Sixth Circuit, Law, US, Aclu, Ohio, Cleveland, Federal Bureau of Prisons, Columbiana County, Elkton, Gwin, American Civil Liberties Union of Ohio, James Gwin, Bop, David Carey, Douglas A Berman, Federal Correctional Center Elkton He


Alps Tour looks to August return, travel bans permitting

Ireland’s David Carey. Picture courtesy Alpstourgolf.com The Alps Tour would like to resume its schedule in August but organisers admit that many questions must be addressed before play can begin again.Their main concern, apart from the safety of all involved, is the travel bans and restrictions that the players might have to face in order to get to v...
Tags: France, Spain, Sport, Ireland, Egypt, Golf, Cairo Egypt, Mirabelle, Cervinia Italy, David Carey, Qualifying School, Alps Tour, AlpsTourGolf, Giorgio Bordoni, Estelle Richard Alps, Pinetina Como Italy


Sixth Circuit panel refuses to stay district judge order to transfer vulnerable prisoners out of Elkton federal prison "through any means"

As heralded in this ACLU press release, yesterday "a three-judge panel on the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled unanimously denying the Bureau of Prisons request to stay enforcement of the district court order to begin transfer and release of 837 medically-vulnerable prisoners from Elkton FCI."  Here is more from the press release: The ACLU of Ohio and the Ohio Justice and Policy Center brought this class action on April 13, and as of last week, seven prisoners died from COVID-19. “Today’s d...
Tags: Sixth Circuit, Law, United States, Aclu, Ohio, Fed, Elkton, Ables, Bureau of Prisons, David Singleton, Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals, David Carey, Douglas A Berman, Ohio Justice, COVID, Elkton Lives


Federal Judge orders BOP to find ways to transfer prisoners "out of Elkton through any means" in the coming weeks

As reported in this ACLU press release, "Today, Judge James S. Gwin of the United States District Court of the Northern District of Ohio granted a preliminary injunction ordering Elkton officials to identify, within one day, all members of the subclass of medically vulnerable prisoners encompassed by the class action habeas petition filed by the ACLU of Ohio and the Ohio Justice and Policy Center on April 16. Following identification, Elkton officials are ordered to evaluate the prisoners’ eligi...
Tags: Law, Court, Aclu, Ohio, Elkton, Gwin, David Carey, Douglas A Berman, James S Gwin, Joseph W Mead


Team Ireland Golf gives 13 golfers €221,000 funding boost

At a photocall to announce the 2020 Team Ireland Golf Scheme grant allocations, (left to right) were LPGA Tour player Leona Maguire, Mark Kennelly (CEO Golf Ireland), John Treacy (Sport Ireland Chief Executive), Neil Manchip (Coach Team Ireland) and Challenge Tour player Robin Dawson. Thirteen of Ireland’s top golfing talent will receive a total of €221,000 in funding through the ...
Tags: Sport, Ireland, Golf, European Tour, Ladies European Tour, LPGA, Purcell, Smyth, Gavin Moynihan, John Treacy, Leona Maguire, Michael Hoey, Stephanie Meadow, David Carey, Challenge Tour, Des Smyth


Mooney seeks big finish; MENA Tour success for Irish; Carey third

David Morland IV. Picture: Getty Images Damian Mooney needs to go low in the final round at the Final Stage of the Staysure Tour Qualifying School to win one of just five cards on offer at Pestana Golf Resort’s Pinta Course.The big-hitting Belfast man (51) made four birdies in a two-under 69 but lies three shots outside the top five in joint 12th place on three-under-par.Canada’s ...
Tags: England, Spain, Sport, Canada, South Africa, Golf, Portugal, Dubai, Belfast, Mena, North Africa, Pretoria, McNamara, Carey, McBride, Leonard


Mullarney flies the nest: "The GUI are nearly too good to us but you have to grow up at some stage"

Ronan Mullarney (Galway) driving at the 15th tee in the opening round of the AIG 2019 Irish Amateur Close Championship at Ballybunion Golf Club. Picture by Pat Cashman Galway Golf Club's Ronan Mullarney has decided to fly the comfort of the amateur "nest" and turn professional ahead of this week's Alps Tour Qualifying School in Spain. The reigning AIG Irish Amateur Close champion...
Tags: Asia, US, Spain, Sport, Aig, Egypt, Middle East, Golf, Paul Mcginley, Dubai, Clarke, Alps, Shane Lowry, Peter Lawrie, Málaga, Galway


Dawson best of the Irish as Q-School reaches halfway

Robin Dawson Four irish players were inside the qualifying mark at halfway in the Second Stage of the European Tour Qualifying School in Spain.Tramore’s Robin Dawson shot 73 to share fourth on four-under at halfway at Club de Bonmont in Tarragona with Clandeboye’s Jonathan Caldwell tied sixth after a 71 as they chase a top-19 finish. Derry’s Ruaidhri McGee withdrew after rounds of...
Tags: Spain, Sport, Golf, European Tour, Derry, Galway, Flanagan, Carey, Shannon, Kearney, McGee, Caldwell, Brennan, Dawson, Galbraith, Tarragona


Carey switches focus to Q-School

David Carey. Picture: Alps Tour David Carey turned his attention to the Second Stage of the European Tour Qualifying School after he finished tied eighth in the Alps Tour Grand Final and 11th in the Order of Merit.The Dubliner (23) closed with a three-under 69 at Terre dei Consoli Golf Club in Lazio to finish six strokes behind Italy's Federico Maccario on eight-under par. Scores...
Tags: Sport, Austria, Italy, Golf, European Tour, Order Of Merit, Lazio, Hills, Carey, Tarragona, Paul Dunne, David Carey, Challenge Tour, Alps Tour, Ronan Mullarney, Naas Jonathan Yates


Yates starts well in Alps Tour Grand Final; Carey six behind

Naas' Jonathan Yates Naas' Jonathan Yates got off to an excellent start in his last minute bid to secure a Challenge Tour card at the Alps Tour Grand Final in Italy.The Naas golfer made five birdies in a two-under 70 at Terre dei Consoli GC & Golf Nazionale, situated 50 km north of Rome.He's just three strokes behind Order to Merit leader Edoardo Lipparelli who shot a five-under 6...
Tags: France, Spain, Sport, Rome, Austria, Italy, Golf, Argentina, Carey, Yates, LaCroix, Merit, Enrico, Contini, David Carey, Alps Tour


Yates and Lyons top the charts at Portmarnock Links

Jonathan Yates Jonathan Yates and Joe Lyons have shone brightly this year and it was no surprise to see them scoop the top prizes in the third TaylorMade Winter Series outing of the season.A total of 123 golfers enjoyed perfect playing conditions at Portmarnock Hotel and Golf Links where Alps Tour player Yates fired a two-under 69 to win the nett and Galway Golf Club stalwart Lyon...
Tags: Sport, Rome, Italy, Golf, Westport, Galway, St Anne, Lyons, McCabe, Yates, Naas, David Carey, Amateur golf, PGA Irish Region, Portmarnock Links, Portmarnock Hotel


Carey, O'Rourke, Kearney and Galbraith in position at Q-School

David Carey. Picture: Tristan Jones Photo/Alps Tour Dubliner David Carey followed his stunning 61 with a four-under 68 to take a two-stroke lead into the final round of the First Stage of the European Tour Qualifying School at Bogogno Golf Resort in Italy.He leads on 21-under par from Canada's Jimmy Jones with Naas' Conor O'Rourke tied ninth on 11-under as they bid to make the top...
Tags: Sport, Canada, Italy, Golf, Pga Tour, European Tour, Cork, West Palm Beach, Kong, Rourke, Carey, Kearney, McGee, Hickey, McElroy, Loftus


Carey fires sensational 61 to take five-shot lead at Q-School

David Carey. Picture: Tristan Jones Photo/Alps Tour David Carey continued his incredible run of form in Italy by firing an 11-under 61 to roar into a five-stroke lead at halfway in the First Stage of the European Tour Qualifying School.Just a month after shooting an incredible 11-under 57 en route to victory on the Alps Tour, the Dubliner (23) made an eagle and nine birdies in a b...
Tags: Florida, Spain, Sport, Italy, Golf, European Tour, Derry, West Palm Beach, Carey, McBride, Kearney, McGee, Hickey, McElroy, Galbraith, Whitehead


Power's Monday blues; Carey's hot start at Q-School; Seniors shine in Sligo

Seamus Power Seamus Power shot an eight-under 64 in a Monday qualifier for this week's Shriners Hospitals for Children Open but lost out in a 7-man playoff for two spots.The West Waterford man, who is playing out of the 126-150 category this season, made eight birdies in a bogey-free effort at Boulder Creek Golf Club in Boulder City, Nevada.At the First Stage of the European Tour ...
Tags: Florida, England, Wales, Scotland, Sport, Ireland, Italy, Golf, Taylor, Thomas, Lewis, Reilly, Lowe, Rourke, Roberts, Davidson


Eleven Irish in Q-School tests; Dunne confirms caddie split

David Carey. Credit: Bellicini/Alps Tour Eleven Irish players begin their quests for tour cards on both sides of the pond this week.Niall Kearney, Dermot McElroy, Paul McBride, John Hickey and John-Ross Galbraith tee it up in the First Stage of the European Tour Qualifying School at Frilford Heath today as Declan Loftus, Conor O'Rourke, David Carey and Jonathan Yates play at Bogog...
Tags: Florida, Scotland, Sport, Ireland, Italy, Golf, European Tour, Derry, Madrid, Wentworth, PAUL, Darren, Dunne, Paul Dunne, Gavin Moynihan, Michael Hoey


Carey just two behind in Alps Tour bid

David Carey Alps Tour — Castleknock's David Carey is just two shots off the lead as he chases his maiden win in the Memorial Giorgio Bordoni in Italy.He followed a five-under 65 with a 67 to share third place on eight-under par heading into Friday’s final round at Pinetina in Como.Italy's Edoardo Lipparelli leads by a shot on 10-under par from Lars Van Meijel of the Netherlands bu...
Tags: Sport, ESP, Italy, Netherlands, Golf, Carey, David Carey, STEPHEN GRANT, JONATHAN YATES, Alps Tour, Edgar Catherine FRA, David Carey Alps Tour, Sebastian GARCIA RODRIGUEZ, Pierre Pineau, Lars Keunen, Lars Van Meijel


Carey tied fourth after opening 65 in Italy

David Carey. Picture: Billy Penrose Alps Tour — Castleknock’s David Carey was just three shots off the lead after the opening round of the Memorial G. Bordoni in Como.Italy’s Edoardo R Lipparelli shot an eight-under 62 to lead by two strokes at La Pinetina with Carey tied for fourth on five-under after a 65.Stephen Grant was the next best of the Irish on  two-over with Simon Bryan...
Tags: Sport, Italy, Golf, ITA, Javier Ballesteros, Carey, David Carey, STEPHEN GRANT, Alps Tour, Como Italy, Simon Bryan, Edoardo R Lipparelli, Adalberto Montini, Billy Penrose Alps Tour, G Bordoni, La Pinetina


Hearst Magazines Chief Troy Young on the Good, the Bad and the Ugly From His First 6 Months

It's been six months since Troy Young was tapped to take over for David Carey as president of Hearst Magazines. In that time, Young has overseen a staff shakeup that changed leadership across brands, a deepening investment in the company's use of data, including a new chief data officer and a new slack bot that...
Tags: Advertising, Young, Hearst, David Carey, Hearst Magazines, Troy Young, Publishers & Platforms


Q-School joy for Moynihan, Dawson and Sharvin

Gavin Moynihan Tramore’s Robin Dawson promised to “give it socks” at the Final Stage of the European Tour Qualifying School as he joined former Walker Cup team mates Gavin Moynihan and Cormac Sharvin in surviving the Second Stage in Spain.The 21-year old fired a one-under 71 to finish tied for sixth on 13-under with Sharvin, who shot 70, at El Encin Golf Hotel in Madrid where Old ...
Tags: Australia, France, Spain, Sport, Golf, Rory Mcilroy, European Tour, Portugal, Derry, Madrid, Moynihan, Tim Rice, Bristol England, Dawson, Galbraith, Tarragona


O'Rourke starts well at Alps Tour Grand Final

Conor O’Rourke is present with the Christy O’Connor Jnr Trophy as the leading home player in the Monaghan Irish Challenge Conor O’Rourke made five birdies in an opening 68 to keep his hopes alive of winning promotion to the Challenge Tour at the Alps Tour’s Grand Final in Italy.The Naas man (27) is tied for ninth on three-under par at Golf Club Des Iles Borromées, an hour northwes...
Tags: Milan, France, Spain, Sport, Italy, Golf, Rourke, Golf Club, Conor O'Rourke, David Carey, Alps Tour, O'Rourke, David Borda, Xavier Poncelet, Christy O'Connor Jnr Trophy, Des Iles Borromées


Q-School: O'Rourke makes Second Stage

Conor O’Rourke. Picture: Brian Arthur Naas’ Conor O’Rourke closed with a two-under 70 to qualify for next month’s Second Stage of the European Tour Qualifying SchoolJust days after winning the Christy O’Connor Jnr Memorial Trophy as the leading home player in the Monaghan Irish Challenge at Concra Wood, the 27-year old recovered from an opening 74 by breaking par in his next three...
Tags: France, China, Spain, Sport, Golf, European Tour, Portugal, Road, Australasia, Christy O'connor, Rourke, Tim Rice, Bristol England, Galbraith, Alicante, Briain