Ryder Cup hopefuls flocking to Saudi Arabia
Shane Lowry won’t be the only Ryder Cup hopeful joining defending champion Graeme McDowell in the Saudi International powered by Softbank Investment Advisers at Royal Greens Golf & Country Club from February 4 to 7, 2021.
Lowry weathers storm to win British Open and first major
Ireland's Shane Lowry withstood howling wind and rain to win his first major at the British Open by six shots from Tommy Fleetwood on Sunday.
Lowry proposes new date for Irish Open in bid to attract top players
Shane Lowry suggests the Irish Open must be moved to later in the European Tour’s schedule if it is to attract the highest calibre of field possible, given none of the top American golfers are travelling to Lahinch next week, reports the42.ie. While the likes of Jon Rahm, Tommy Fleetwood and Louis Oosthuizen are joining…
Lowry sets sights on Tokyo 2020 Olympics
Lowry, who is the world number 36, was expected to participate in Brazil, but instead decided to withdraw from the event in South America over fears of the mosquito-spread Zika virus.
Lowry on cusp of major glory at US Open
Shane Lowry is expecting a few "twists in the tale" at Oakmont on Sunday as he tries to become the first player from the Republic of Ireland to win the US Open. The burly 29-year-old world number 41 from County Offaly set the stage for what would be a historic win for his country by…
Lowry leads by two at US Open
The US Open was left finely poised late Saturday when fading light forced third round play to be called off with Ireland's Shane Lowry leading a chasing pack all primed to pounce. A total of 32 players out of the 67 who made the cut were unable to finish their rounds before nightfall. They will…