The tee times for the opening day of the 2022 Horizon Irish Open were confirmed on Tuesday.
Members of the public will be filing through the gates of Mount Juliet from early Wednesday for this year’s pro-am event before competition play gets underway on Thursday morning with a prize pot in the region of $6m on the line.
The first group off on Thursday will be the trio of England’s James Morrison, South Africa’s Justin Walters and Scotland’s Marc Warren. On Friday, it’s Spain’s Santiago Tarrio, Germany’s Hurly Long and Chile’s Hugo Leon.
All the action begins on the first tee from 7.30pm with groups heading off at ten-minute intervals.
What time are the Irish golfers out?
Of the Irish golfers involved this year, Shane Lowry finds himself in good company in group 17, departing the 10th tee at 8am alongside Seamus Power and England’s Tyrrell Hatton.
Paul Dunne is the next of the Irish away on Thursday, teeing off from the first at 8:10am.
Kilkenny’s Mark Power, playing again this year as an amateur, joins Sweden’s Sebastiaan Soderberg and Thailand’s Jazz Janewattananond on the 10th at 8.30am. Niall Kearney will tee off at 8.30am with David Higgins (9.10) and John Murphy (9.30) following, both beginning on the back nine.
Padraig Harrington is among esteemed company for the first two days having been paired with Belgium’s Thomas Pieters and last year’s Horizon Irish Open winner, Lucas Herbert. They’ll get play underway from the first tee at 1pm.
Colm Campbell Jr. is the last of the Irish away at 2.20pm along with England’s Jack Senior and Darius Van Driel (NED).
You can vew all tee times here.