Caolan Rafferty finished seventh in the Flogas Irish Men’s Amateur Open at The Island over the weekend having led at the halfway stage.
Having carded rounds of 69 and 68 over the first two rounds, Rafferty fell down the leaderboard after a 76 in the weather-delayed third round but he climbed back up on the final day with a 73 to finish six shots behind winner John Gough of England.
Rafferty’s former Dundalk team-mate Brendan Lawlor claimed the first ever G4D Open at Woburn as he finished on +3 to edge out England’s Kipp Popert by just two shots. The win also moved him to No.1 in the World Ranking for Golfers with Disability.
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