NORTHERN IRELAND OPEN 2023

2023 Results

A look back at the 2023 results from The Country Garage BMW NI Open presented by Modest! Golf where England’s Brandon Robinson-Thompson won by three strokes on nine-under after a closing 69. The winner opened with seven under 63 before adding a second round d 69. Daniel Smith finished second on six-under. Click on the Final Results 2023 button for full scores and details.

THE COUNTRY GARAGE BMW NORTHERN IRELAND OPEN PRESENTED BY MODEST! GOLF

Part of the CLUTCH Pro Tour and NI Swing Series of events in Northern Ireland, including the NI Masters and NI Open Pro-am. The NI Swing Series also served as a qualifier with invites to the ISPS HANDA World Invitational on the DP World Tour, Ladies European Tour  and LPGA Tour. The leading two male players and leading female player earned starts at the ISPS HANDA World Invitational presented by AVIV Clinics  from August 17-20, 2023

2023 NI SWING | THE LOWDOWN 

Part of the Mizuno Next Generation Series and co-ordinated through the CLUTCH Pro Tour, the 10-day festival of golf for professionals and amateurs at events and venues outlined below

  • NI Masters June 14-16 (Clandeboye GC)
  • NI Open Pro June 18 (Cairndhu GC)
  • NI Open Presented by Modest! Golf June 20-22 (Galgorm)

PURSES

NI Masters: £60,000
NI Open Pro-am: £5,000
NI Open Presented by Modest! Golf: £100,000

Clandeboye

Situated in the country surrounds of Lady Dufferin’s Estate, Clandeboye has two courses of international standing. The Dufferin Course is one of Northern Ireland's most well known venues and home of the NI Masters, while The Ava is a shorter but equally stern test.

Cairndhu

Coastal headland along the Antrim coast near Larne, between Belfast and Portrush. Cairndhu Golf Club always provides a warm welcome for members and visitors. Host of the 2021 NI Open and the 2021 ISPS HANDA World Invitational qualifier.

Galgorm

Northern Ireland’s premier tournament venue. Home to the ISPS Handa World Invitational, host venue to the 2020 Dubai Duty Free Irish Open and perennial home of the Northern Ireland Open. Galgorm is one of the best parklands in the country with international recognition.