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The irrepressible Australian James Rogerson has announced that he will travel to Europe this spring - with Ethihad Airlines via Amsterdam. Rogerson, who has won five international Opens in his native Australi, plans to contest the Catalan Open at Teia and the Irish Open at Glenville. The presence of James, who was runner-up in the 2013 World Strokepkay at Tambre, will add considerable lustre to the 10th anniversary Catalan Open. Rogerson's return to Ireland, where he was part of Australia's silver medal team in the 2012 World Cup,, will also be eagerly anticipated.


PPUI National Convention 2014

Former EPPA Secretary General honoured

John Manning was inducted into the Pitch and Putt Union of Ireland Hall of Fame on 22 February 2014. The former EPPA Secretary General and FIPPA Assistant Secretary General received the accolade at National Convention in the Killeshin Hotel, Portlaoise. John is the 28th recipient of this honour. The citation read:

For his dedication to the game of Pitch and Putt. For his outstanding contribution to the development of F.I.P.P.A and E.P.P.A. and his promotion of the game Worldwide. For his brilliant editing and production of Backspin and the P.P.U.I. year books. For his knowledge of historical facts on the game of Pitch and Putt. For his excellent work as P.R.O. reporting on the game of Pitch and Putt. For his efforts in securing several Sponsorship deals. For being always courteous and helpful. For being a Gentleman.

The P.P.U.I. Hall of Fame Award goes to John Manning (Shandon).




An updated European Pitch and Putt ranking list has been released at the end of 2013.  World Strokeplay champion John Walsh continues to lead.  The next three spots are also filled by Irishmen, Liam O'Donovan, Ian Farrelly and Ray Murphy.  Best non Irish ranked player is Catalonia's Xavi Ponsdemenech

View the full ranking list here.... 
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