ISPS HANDA World Disability Invitational

Brendan Lawlor moved to the top of the World Ranking for Golfers with Disability (WR4GD) for the first time in his burgeoning professional career after the Irishman claimed victory in the 2021 ISPS HANDA World Disability Invitational at Galgorm.

The 22-year-old was the official host for the second tournament of the 2021 EDGA European Tour season – full title ISPS HANDA World Disability Invitational presented by Brendan Lawlor – and he lived up to his headliner billing with a dominant performance from start to finish.

Having carded a three under 67 at Massereene Golf Club on the opening day, the Louth man delighted the fans at Galgorm – which included global pop star Niall Horan, co-founder of Modest! Golf Management, which manages Lawlor – with another superb three under 67.

That earned him a six under total and a six-stroke victory over Italy’s Tomasso Perrino, who also finished runner-up to Lawlor at last week’s EDGA Cazoo Open.

“It was an unbelievable day again,” said Lawlor, who has Ellis-Van Creveld syndrome, a disability characterised by a shorter stature and shorter limbs. “It’s been an unbelievable week, the last two weeks have been incredible. The European Tour, ISPS HANDA, Modest Golf – I have to thank them for giving us a chance to showcase the wonderful game.

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ISPS HANDA World Disability Invitational 2021
Host Brendan Lawlor won his own event and moved to number one in the EDGA World Rankings with the win