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19th April 2011

The Irish Amateur Open Championship, which will be played at The Royal Dublin Golf Club on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, 6th, 7th and 8th May, has attracted a world class entry.

The cut-off for the field of 120 fell at plus 0.3 and has attracted many overseas players from countries including Belgium, Austria and USA.

Lucas Justra Bjerregaard (Denmark) who at plus 5.5 holds the lowest handicap in the field, while the leading Irish player, Paul Cutler is currently playing off plus 3.6.

The Irish Amateur Open takes place from 6-8 May 2011 at The Royal Dublin Golf Club and admission to the general public is free of charge.

First played in 1892 and held every year with the exception of the War Years up to 1959, and revived in 1995, the Irish Amateur Open can boast a strong history of producing great Champions including Joe Carr (three times), Jimmy Bruen, Tom Craddock, Padraig Harrington, Michael Hoey, Noel Fox, Louis Oosthuizen and Pedro Figueiredo.

The draw and waiting list can be accessed at

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