Ulster juniors preparing for Irish Open Skills Challenge Finals test

Dubai Duty Free Ambassador Des Smyth (centre) helps 14 year old Pat Taafe and 12 year old Pia McElligott practice their skills
Dubai Duty Free Ambassador Des Smyth (centre) helps 14 year old Pat Taafe and 12 year old Pia McElligott practice their skills
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Junior golfers across Ulster are practicing their skills for the forthcoming regional finals of the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open Skills Challenge.

The Ulster qualifier will take place at the CAFRE Greenmount Campus in County Antrim on Saturday from 1pm with 23 boys’ teams and 13 girls’ teams competing for a place in the Grand Final and the chance to win a unique ‘meet and greet’ opportunity with a top player at this year’s Dubai Duty Free Irish Open Pro-Am.

The Dubai Duty Free Irish Open Golf Skills Challenge is part of Rory McIlroy’s ‘five point plan’ to help make this year’s Irish Open, one of the best ever.