Irish Open: Frost and Fog Delay Begins Final Lap in Galgorm

Posted by on September 27, 2020  /   Posted in golf reviews

Scottish Richie Ramsey rides Sunday morning in the foggy training area -8 A Rai (Eng); -7 M Antcliff (Aus); -6 D Burmester (SA), O Lengden (Swe), J Wattananond (Tha); -5 L Herbert (Aus), T Tree (Eng); -4 J Smith (Eng), J Catlin (USA), J Harding (SA) Selected others: -3 S Hend (Aus): +1 S Gallacher (Scot); +2 J ​​Sugrue (AM) (Ire) +3 R Ramsey (Sco); +4 J Caldwell (NI) R Rock (Eng); +5 G Coetzee (SA), +7 C Moriarty (Ire); +8 M Power (Ire) am; +9 D McGrane (Ire)

The final round of the Irish Open is delayed at Galgorm Castle due to frost and fog on Sunday morning.

The round was initially pushed back to a 10:49 am BST start in Ballymena, but fog has caused a further delay and the game now starts an hour later.

The first lap was also delayed due to frost on the County Antrim track.

England's Aaron Rai leads the tournament eight under and one out on Australian Maverick Antcliff, who is chasing a first victory in the European Tour

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