Dubai Duty Free Irish Open
Lahinch GC, Lahinch, Co. Clare, Ireland 04 Jul 2019 - 07 Jul 2019
Thursday, 06 June 2019
Martin Kaymer  (European Tour)
Martin Kaymer (European Tour)

Martin Kaymer is the latest Major winner to join the star-studded field at the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open, with the former World Number One teeing it up at Lahinch Golf Club for the first time from July 4-7.

The German joins fellow Major champions Padraig Harrington, Graeme McDowell, Louis Oosthuizen, and Danny Willett, who have already confirmed their participation in the second Rolex Series event of the 2019 Race to Dubai season, as the 34-year-old looks to better his tied fifth finish at the 2016 Dubai Duty Free Irish Open.

Previous Rolex Series winners Tommy Fleetwood, Lee Westwood and Shane Lowry will also tee it up at the County Clare course, which is perched on the famous Wild Atlantic Way coast of Ireland, in the event   hosted by 2014 Ryder Cup winning captain Paul McGinley. Tickets to watch some of the world’s best golfers in action are available here.

The four-time Ryder Cup star, who counts the 2010 US PGA Championship and 2014 U.S. Open amongst his 11 European Tour titles, finished third at the Memorial Tournament last week to break back inside the top 100 in the Official World Golf Rankings following a wrist injury that hampered most of his 2018 season. He is hoping a return to links golf in Ireland will be the ideal preparation ahead of The Open Championship.

“I’m excited to play links golf in Ireland again because it truly is a spectacular place to visit with some of the best golf courses in the world,” said Kaymer.

“The Rolex Series events we play are always impressive, and I know the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open is going to maintain that world-class atmosphere with the course at Lahinch, and the support we get from the Irish crowds and Paul as tournament host.

“I know how meticulous and thorough he is with his preparations, so it will truly be an amazing atmosphere on the West Coast, and I am looking forward to the challenge it poses.”

Tickets for the 2019 Dubai Duty Free Irish Open are on sale at and begin at €23 for Pro-Am Wednesday, with single tickets for Thursday or Friday costing €30 and day tickets for each weekend day costing €35 each. An adult season ticket, which covers five days of world-class golf from Wednesday to Sunday, begins at a special price of just €110.

Lahinch Golf Club is expected to provide a festival atmosphere unlike any other, with the popular tourist village of Lahinch on the doorstep of the famous links course.

Children under 12 years of age are entitled to free entry when accompanied by an adult, day junior tickets for those between 12 and 17 years of age are €10 (€30 for a season ticket) while those aged between 18 and 21, as well as students with valid student cards and over 60s, can avail of a concession ticket - €20 for a day (€80 for a season).

The only official sales channel to purchase tickets for this year’s Dubai Duty Free Irish Open is via the ticketing platform Eventbrite. The resale of Dubai Duty Free Irish Open tickets on unofficial platforms contravenes the European Tour’s ticket terms and conditions and such sales render the ticket void.

Official Hospitality tickets are also available on the ticketing page, or alternatively contact the European Tour’s dedicated Hospitality Sales Team, who will be happy to answer any queries and discuss the various hospitality options, on or +44 (0) 1344 840681.

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Pos Player nameNatHolePar
1RAHM, JonESP18-16
T4ROCK, RobertENG18-13

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