Team TaylorMade Athlete Brendan Lawlor held strong during the final round of the G4D Open to claim a two-shot victory, with rounds of 70-74-75, and with this win, will return to the top of the World Rankings.
Brendan, who started the week as World #2, got his final round underway with three straight bogeys but didn’t get phased and played the last 15 holes in level par to claim a two-shot victory, and return to the summit of the World Rankings.
The tournament was staged in partnership with the DP World Tour and was played over the Duchess course at Woburn, famous for being incredibly narrow. Many of the world’s most talented golfers with disabilities competed in the event, including eight of the top-10 golfers in the world, and Brendan has proceeded to write his name into the history books, becoming the first-ever G4D Open Champion.
Brendan has been a driving force in bringing disability golf into the mainstream and has already had two starts on the DP World Tour showcasing disability golf to a wider audience.
Need to Know: Brendan Lawlor
- With this win, Brendan becomes the first G4D Open Champion and returns to World #1
- He finished third in the season-opening G4D Tour at the Hero Cup in Dubai
- Brendan made his second start in a DP World Tour event earlier this year when he teed it up at the ISPS Handa Championship in Japan last month, won by fellow Team TaylorMade Athlete Lucas Herbert
- Brendan was quick to put the new Stealth 2 range of woods in the bag during pre-season testing, and uses a combo set of P·770 and P·7MC irons
Brendan Lawlor WITB
Stealth 2 Plus 9.0 driver
Stealth 2 15.0 3-wood
Stealth 2 18.0 5-wood
P·770 4-6 iron
MG3 50, 54, 58 wedges
Spider X Hydro Blast putter
TP5 golf ball