Professional Golfer (Ireland)
About John Murphy
John Murphy turned professional in 2021 closing out his amateur career in style representing Great Britain and Ireland in the 48th Walker Cup held at Seminole Golf Club, Florida.
John has had an impressive amateur career with wins across Europe and the United States. Across Europe, John has won the St. Andrews Links Trophy and has held many representative honors for Ireland and GB&I throughout his amateur career
Representing the University of Louisville, John won four NCAA events and recorded a number of top 10 finishes. John was recipient of the Byron Nelson award in 2020 securing him an invite into the 2022 AT&T Byron Nelson PGA Championship. This award recognizes the top graduating senior in men’s collegiate golf in the USA who demonstrate a high standard of academics, excellent play, as well as good character throughout their entire college career.
Hobbies and Interests: John is a passionate GAA fan and loves watching hurling and playing the odd game of chess.
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