Women’s Irish Open returns after 10-year absence

It’s been 10 years since the Irish Open was last held, and it’s no coincidence that the event’s return coincides with the rise of a bona fide Irish star in Leona Maguire. Currently at #18 in the world, Leona Maguire has begun to fulfill the promise she showed as an amateur with her breakout performance at the 2021 Solheim Cup and maiden victory at the LPGA Drive On earlier this year. Competing against Maguire is the winner of the last Irish Open, Catriona Matthew, Maguire's Solheim Cup captain last year. Linn Grant highlights another marquee pairing along with up-and-coming teen Pia Babnik and 41-year-old Liz Young, who recently won her first LET title in Switzerland.

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Source: Golfweek; RealFeelGolfMats

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