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Chubb Classic

Padraig and the field never got the chance to try and catch the leader, Stephen Ames, as the final round had to be abandoned due to weather conditions. Padraigs five under par total was good enough for  a share of 15th place. Lots of good things throughout the week with eradicating the mistakes the priority going forward as he is make plenty of birdies! Onwards and upwards!

Padraig had an up and down second day at the Chubb Classic as he made six birdies, including four in a row on the back nine, but blemished his card with two double bogies. He finally signed for a 70 but his five under par total won’t be in the mix as Sundays final round has been shortened to nine holes due to incoming inclement weather. Thirteen under par leads and Padraig will tee off at 3.35pm!

Padraig opens his account at the Chubb Classic with a three under par round of 69. He got off to a slow start over the opening four holes before a double bogey six on the par four 5th hole, where he incurred a penalty off the tee, left him with a mountain to climb. To his credit, he fought back well and played the last thirteen holes in five under par. He lies in 15th place presently and only three behind second place. Rocco Mediate shot an incredible opening round of nine under 63!

Padraig plays this week at the Chubb Classic on the PGA Seniors Tour. It is being played at the Tiburon Club in Naples, Florida, a par 72 that plays to 6,900 yards. 

Tee times: Opening round Friday at 2.49pm with Miguel Angel Jimenez and Jerry Kelly.

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February 15th, 2024|

Ras Al Khaimah Championship

Final round of three over par 75 was a day to forget for Padraig as he recorded just nine pars amoung a host of dropped shots. He did manage three birdies on the day but too many mistakes made it a frustrating day. 

Disappointing third round of one over par 73. Two lone birdies on the day meant it was a tough afternoon as he struggled to get any momentum going. Two dropped shots to start the back nine were compounded by a terrible finish, when he reached the par five 18th hole but took four to get down from a greenside bunker. 

Padraig fires a fantastic second round of five under par 67 to easily make the cut at the Ras Al Khaimah Championship. In a blemish free card he recorded five birdies in all, with some solid play all round. He was one under par after eight holes but then had a nice run around the turn where he picked up four shots in six holes. It gives him a nice platform to kick on at the weekend!

Padraig opens his account in the UAE with a one under par round of 71. He picked up a shot at his first par 5, the third hole, and covered the four long holes in three under par. But a double bogey six on the par four 9th proved disasterous, as he found the desert off the tee and took four shots to reach the green. Three birdies in his last six holes gives him a chance to progress tomorrow with a solid round. He tees off early at 7.50am local time!

Padraig plays this week at the Ras Al Khaimah Championship in the UAE. The course features a lot of water so it does give up birdies but can play tough if the wind blows. Padraig played last year and finished in the top 25.  Daniel Gavins is your defending champion!

Tee times: Thursday at 12.15pm and Friday at 7.50am with Jordan Smith and Zander Lombard.

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January 25th, 2024|
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