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[Stream@official]~Irish Open 2020 Live Stream Free Golf Tournament, ON TV
Irish Open 2020 Live Stream: The 2020 Dubai Duty Free Irish Open betting odds have been released for the European Tour event at Galgorm Castle Golf Club in Ballymena, Northern Ireland.The betting favorite this week is Shane Lowry, who returns to the European Tour at 15-to-2 (+750) betting odds this week.
The Dubai Duty Free Irish Open gets underway this morning as the tournament makes a return without fans.
Galgorm Spa and Golf Resort in Co Antrim is playing host to the European Tour showpiece as it goes ahead in place of the Ryder Cup this week.
With all eyes originally planned to be on Whistling Straits this week, Team Europe captain Padraig Harrington will be teeing off instead of calling the shots on the fairways.
There’s no Graeme McDowell or Rory McIlroy in a depleted field for this year’s edition, but fans can look forward to watching reigning Open champion Shane Lowry on home soil as he returns to play in the tournament he famously won as an amateur in 2009.
On top of Lowry and Harrington, a host of other homegrown stars such as Paul Dunne, James Sugrue and Gavin Moynihan will be in action.
With spectators unable to attend, fans can watch all the action on live TV on RTE and Sky Sports over the course of the weekend.
The young Thai golfer is a serial winner in Asia – he has amassed seven tournament wins on the Asian and Japanese Tours – who has yet to make an impact globally, but it would seem to be only a matter of time. Having turned professional just a month after his 15th birthday, Jazz took time out at the end of the 2016 season to join the monkhood, which he later claimed benefitted him on his return to tour life. His biggest win came in last year’s Singapore Open when he held off Paul Casey to win the title, one of four wins in 2019.
From Ardglass in Co Down, Sharvin’s rookie season on the PGA European Tour has obviously been disrupted by the impact of Covid-19 and his form since the resumption has been up and down, with a best finish of tied-9th in the English Championship but missed cuts at his last two events in Spain and Portugal. His accuracy off the tee should be a help this week and Sharvin, who was best Irish player at last year’s Irish Open in Lahinch, can be a factor if he gets all facets of his game working.