The Irish Open is one of the best attended events on the European Tour schedule, with big galleries recorded during the week when this 72-hole stroke play professional contest takes place.
The first Irish Women’s Close Championship was played in 1894 at Carnalea in Bangor, with Clara Mulligan from Royal Belfast – the newly elected ILGU Hon. Sec. – beating Nellie Graham from Lisburn 3&2 in the final of the match play contest.
The Italian Open is a European Tour event with its origins dating back to 1925 at Alpino di Stresa, near Lake Maggiore, when local player Francesco Pasquali won the 36-hole stroke play championship by a single stroke from William H. Jolly.
The Jacques Léglise Trophy is an annual amateur boys’ team competition which is played between Great Britain & Ireland and the Continent of Europe. It’s a 2-day match play event which is organized by the R&A and the European Golf Association...
The Japan Open is one of the main 72-hole stroke play events on the Japan Golf Tour, which was established in 1973, though the competition is almost fifty years older than this professional circuit. The winner is extended an invitation to participate in The Open the following year...
The first Korea Open championship was held from the 11th to 14th September, 1958 on the Gurakbu course at Seoul Country Club. The club would then host and organize the event until 1966, when the Korea Golf Association took over responsibility for staging the competition.
The Los Angeles Open is one of the oldest events on the men’s professional golf calendar, dating back to its first edition in 1926, and it’s regarded as one of the mainstay events on the PGA Tour.
The Malaysian Open started in 1962 as one of the inaugural events on the Far East circuit before transferring to the Asian Tour in the 1990s, where it was co-sanctioned with the European Tour between 1999 and 2015.
The Men’s Home Internationals is an annual match play amateur team competition for golfers representing England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales. The tournament is organised by the governing bodies for these four nations and matches are hosted on a rotational basis.
The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) is headquartered in Indianapolis, Indiana and it oversees the sporting activities of more than 1,200 North American educational institutions, organizing the athletic programs of colleges and universities in the US and Canada.