Irish Open may refer to:
- Irish Open (golf), a golf tournament on the European Tour
- Irish Senior Open, a golf tournament on the European Seniors Tour
- Ladies Irish Open, a golf tournament on the Ladies European Tour
- Irish Open, one-time-only name of the Malta Cup professional snooker tournament
- Irish Open (tennis), a men's and women's tennis tournament
- Irish Open (badminton), international badminton tournament
- Irish Poker Open, a No Limit Texas hold 'em poker tournament
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1 4 Oct 1980 Dunlop Masters –14 (70-65-67-68=270) 5 strokes Brian Barnes 2 ... Aug 1981 German Open –12 (67-69-64-72=272) 1 stroke Tony Jacklin 27 ... Sep 1981 Bob Hope British. 2 strokes Paul Way 20 ... May 1984 Peugeot Open de France –18 (68-71-67-64=270) 1 stroke José Rivero 19 ... Jul 1984 KLM Dutch Open –13 (64-68-69=74=275) 4 strokes Graham Marsh 5 ... Aug 1984 ...
8 (69-67-71-73=280) 2 strokes Tommy Horton 16 ... Aug 1981 Carroll's Irish Open –12 (68-67-69-72=276) 5 strokes Nick Faldo 3 ... Aug 1982 Benson Hedges ... Year Tournament Opponent(s) Result 1984 ... Sanyo Open Des Smyth Won with par on first extra hole 1987 ... Lancia Italian Open José Rivero Won with par on sixth extra hole 1987 ... London Standard ...
... Jonathon Power 15–12, 15–12, 15–9 Jonah Barrington won the Irish Open in 1966, 1967, 1969, and 1979, and was runner-up (to his great rival, Geoff Hunt) in 1972 ... the mid-1950s onwards Donald Pratt, an all-round sportsman who also excelled at cricket, won the Irish Open for ten years in succession ... infamous incident occurred when the Pakistani squash team were unable to play in the Irish Open due to their Visas for Ireland not being granted in time following qualification ...
... The Irish Open is formally a men's and women's tennis tournament held at the Fitzwilliam Lawn Tennis Club in Dublin, Ireland ... Originally known as the Irish Lawn Tennis Championships, when the event became part of the WTA Tour, it was branded as Carroll's Irish Open ... The Irish Open is the second oldest tournament in the world, first played two years after Wimbledon began ...
... The Irish Open was first played in 1927 and continued until 1950, when the tournament experienced financial problems ... held in 1953, there was a 25-year hiatus until the Irish Open returned in 1975 ... The Irish Open enjoys one of the largest crowd attendances on the European Tour ...
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