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Almost the whole of Europe’s 2018 Ryder Cup winning team is playing at the JP McManus Pro-Am, so it’s only right the captain is heading to Adare Manor too!
A three-time European Tour winner, Spaniard Cabrera-Bello has claimed prestigious titles in Dubai and the Scottish Open, and represented Europe at the 2016 Ryder Cup.
A 13-time winner on the European Tour, 41-year-old Casey returns to Adare Manor having previously participated in the 2005 edition of the Pro-Am.
The Englishman has spent a total of 56 weeks as world no.1 during a career that has seen him earn titles and respect on both sides of the Atlantic.
The 2001 Open Champion has wound down his career in recent years but will always have his name engraved on the Claret Jug after a 2001 win in Royal Lytham & St. Annes.
Now firmly established as a top-20 player, Finau has recorded strong finishes at all four Majors, including a third place finish at Portrush last year.
A number of highly impressive wins on the European Tour in recent seasons point to a bright future in the game for this young man from Sheffield.
One of the most popular players on the European Tour and a magnificent golfer to boot, the last few years have seen the Englishman’s career skyrocket.
The Pro-Am will welcome one of Europe’s leading golfers over the past two decades as Spaniard Sergio Garcia makes his first appearance at the event.
One of Ireland’s greatest and best loved golfers, the Rathfarnham native was the winner of the 2005 Pro-Am, held for the first time at Adare Manor.
The Englishman enjoyed a superb win at Bay Hill this year, his first on the PGA Tour, and will fancy a second Ryder Cup appearance this September.
DJ returns to the Pro-Am as a Major champion and one of the game’s leading players, following his 2016 US Open win at Oakmont Country Club.
The dominat player in the men’s game over the past three years, the Florida native boasts a superb all round game that has helped him win four Major championships since 2017.
A rare Irish appearance for the PGA Tour legend, ‘Kuch’ has finished in the top 10 of all four Major Championships and brings a wealth of experience to the Manor.
A Co. Offaly native and one of the most popular Irish players ever, the 2019 Open champion shot to prominence ten years earlier after winning the Irish Open as an amateur.
G-Mac’s last Pro-Am appearance was as newly-crowned US Open champion. Perhaps he’ll have similar good fortune in the run up to the 2020 event.
A true legend of European golf and a frequent JP McManus Pro-Am participant, McGinley will be making his fifth appearance at the event in 2020.
Plenty has changed since McIlroy’s 2010 Pro-Am appearance, with the then-young up and coming golfer maturing into one of the game’s leading stars.
The five-time Major winner is set to make his JP McManus Pro-Am debut in 2020 and ‘Lefty’ is sure to be a huge crowd-pleaser at Adare Manor.
The current Champions Tour participant will always look back to 1998 when, as a 41-year-old, he won The Masters, The Open and finished fourth in the PGA Championship
A firm favourite amongst European golf fans for quite some time now, ‘The Postman’ will no doubt raise his game at the very sight of a Ryder Cup venue.
One of the biggest hitters in the game of golf today makes his Pro-Am debut in 2020, with the two-time Irish Open champion heading for Co. Limerick.
One of the game’s leading players since capturing the 2013 US Open title, Rose has been a consistent top-20 golfer for several years.
Earmarked as a major talent in his college days and has has made a massive impact since turning pro in 2015, including a second place at last year’s Open.
Scott is one of the leading stars of the world game, with a 2013 Masters win under his belt and numerous strong finishes at Major championships.
Perhaps another ‘duel in the sun’ is on the cards as Henrik Stenson joins 2016 Open Championship rival Phil Mickelson at Adare Manor.
A 15-time Major champion, and former winner of the JP McManus Pro-Am in 2000 at Limerick Golf Club; this will be a fourth appearance at the tournament for Tiger.
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Dornan has previously competed at the Irish Open Pro-Am 2017 in Portstewart and makes his debut at the JP McManus Pro Am in 2020 at Adare Manor.
Making his second Pro-Am appearance at Adare Manor, English actor Grant shot to fame starring in the 1994 hit Four Weddings and a Funeral.
World-renowned popstar Horan has caddied for good friend Rory McIlroy at the Par-3 contest at Augusta National and plays off a single-figure handicap.
One of the all time heavyweight boxing greats heads for Adare Manor. ‘Dr. Steelhammer’ also competed at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship in Scotland.
A true A-list Hollywood actor and keen golfer, Wahlberg has starred in some of the biggest movies ever to grace the big screen, including Oscar-winning hit The Departed.