The recently-announced Vice-Captain of the 2023 European Ryder Cup team returns to Adare Manor, alongside may of the victorious 2018 team from Paris.
A four 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 three-time winner on the PGA Tour this season, Burns is in the form of his life and has broken into the world’s top ten for the first time this year, also.
The one-time UCLA superstar has become a staple of the world’s top 10 rankings, thanks to some hugely consistent golf on the PGA Tour in recent times.
A 15-time winner on the European Tour, Casey returns to Adare Manor having previously participated in the 2005 edition of the Pro-Am.
The 2020 US Open Champion will be making his debut appearance at this year’s event, and his enormous distance off the tee will on full display.
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 first amateur since 1927 to lead the Open Championship after 54 holes, the Blackrock College and University of Alabama alumni will be making his first appearance at the event.
The 2022 US Open Champion has been steadily improving his game in recent years and landed his first Major championship with a superb Sunday display in Brookline.
One of the most popular players on the Tour and a magnificent golfer to boot, the last few years have seen the Englishman’s career skyrocket.
A former Sawgrass champion and one of the most recognisable players in the game, Fowler was T6 on his last appearance in Ireland – the Open in Portrush.
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 has enjoyed some very good form in recent times and broke into the top five golfers in the world rankings following a win in Abu Dhabi last year.
Nobody can question the American’s propensity for Pro-Am events after he captured the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am this year for his first PGA Tour win.
One of the most popular players on Tour returns to the Pro-Am as a Major champion and one of the game’s leading players, following his record breaking win at the 2020 Masters.
Dual major winner and European hero at Medinah, Kaymer makes a welcome return to Ireland. A possible name in the hat for Ryder Cup captaincy here in 2027.
One of the dominant players in the men’s game over the past five years, the Florida native boasts a superb all round game that has helped him win four Major championships since 2017. With 2020s injury worries now seemingly behind him, Irish fans will be keen to catch a glimpse of his best form.
The six foot four Kokrak is a three-time winner on the PGA Tour, including a victory in Houston last November, beating Scottie Scheffler by two strokes.
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.
Ireland’s own record breaker Leona Maguire has become the latest golf superstar to join an all-star golf and celebrity cast at this year’s JP McManus Pro-Am.
G-Mac’s last Pro-Am appearance was as newly-crowned US Open champion, and he’s landed titles in Saudi Arabia and Dominican Republic in recent years.
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 2022.
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.
A double Major winner and arguably the best iron player in golf, Morikawa’s trophy cabinet has been ever expanding since his breakthrough Tour victory in 2019.
The young Kinsale native made the leap from the University of Maynooth to the University of Louisville, Kentucky and hasn’t looked back since.
A Tour veteran and double-digit winner, Noren is one of a number of members of the victorious 2018 European Ryder Cup team to tee it up at Adare Manor.
2022 British Masters winner Olesen will arrive at Adare Manor in fine form after claiming the €1.9m winners cheque at The Belfry in May – the Dane’s first European win in four years.
Golf fans will always look back to 1998 when, as a 41-year-old, O’Meara won The Masters, The Open and finished fourth in the PGA Championship
The 46-year-old from Arizona has recorded top-10 finishes in the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am and the Farmers Insurance Open so far this season.
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.
What a season the Waterford man is having on the PGA Tour, with strong showings at the Sony Hawaii Open, RSM Classic and World Match Play landing Power a debut slot at The Masters.
One of the biggest hitters in the game of golf today makes his Pro-Am debut in 2022, with the two-time Irish Open and 2021 US Open champion sure to be a huge draw for fans.
One of the game’s leading players over the past decade, the US Open and Olympic champion has been a great friend of the Pro-Am in years gone by.
The 28-year-old has picked up notable PGA Tour wins, including the 2017 Tour Championship and the 2018 WGC-HSBC Champions in Shanghai.
The world’s best player and reigning Masters champion arrives at Adare Manor after a quite incredible run of form in 2022. Can Scottie add the Pro-Am trophy to his burgeoning cabinet?
Scott has enjoyed a hugely impressive career to date, with a 2013 Masters win under his belt and numerous other strong finishes at Major championships.
A member of the victorious Great Britain and Ireland Walker Cup team of 2015, Sharvin was also the highest placed Irishman at the 2019 Dubai Duty Free Irish Open at Lahinch.
The three-time Major champion is enjoying an excellent run of form this year, with a win at the RBC Heritage and three other top-10 finishes in the bank.
Europe’s 2023 Ryder Cup captain will be getting a good look at another soon to be venue for the great competition. Stenson unforgettably won the 2016 Open Championship after a legendary Sunday duel with Phil Mickelson.
Splitting his time between the DP World and Sunshine Tours, Stone has been a multiple winner on both before the age of 30, including his biggest career win to date at the 2018 Scottish Open.
The 2022 PGA Championship winner is another member of the victorious US Ryder Cup team from Whistling Straits to take his place at the Pro-Am.
One of the most likeable players on Tour, and winner this year on the DP World Tour in February, Varner makes his JP McManus Pro-Am debut this July.
Multiple tournament winner and widely decorated over a long and successful career, the former world number one is a regular visitor to these shores and a long time supporter of the Pro-Am.
The eight-time winner on the DP World Tour is no stranger to these shores, having competed in several Irish Opens through the years, including a near miss in Royal County Down in 2015.
Who can ever forget Willet’s come-from-behind victory at the 2016 Masters – a win that made him one of only two Englishmen to ever wear the famous green jacket.
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.
Eight Ryder Cup appearances and a host of other golf accolades, including 50 weeks as world no.1, the legendary Welshman makes a welcome return to the Pro-Am.
One of the true legends of the game of football, self-confessed golf addict ‘King Kenny’ will no doubt relish the challenge of the 2027 Ryder Cup venue.
One of the world’s great scrum-halves during a hugely successful playing career for club and country, the 2003 Rugby World Cup winner makes an appearance at Adare Manor.
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.
Sir Nick Faldo is widely regarded as the greatest British golfer of all time, with six Major Championships to his name and over 40 professional victories worldwide.
Avid golfer Filan in an interview recently described the course at Adare as “near perfection”, and will no doubt relish the opportunity to tackle it again this July.
The elegant centre-half almost chose professional golf instead of football – Adare Manor’s world class facility will test whether Hansen still has that ability.
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.
Long-time friend of the Pro-Am and horse racing legend AP McCoy makes a hugely welcome return to Adare this summer, having played with Tiger Woods in 2010.
Hollywood royalty lands at Adare Manor, having been spotted around Limerick in recent weeks as the Ghostbusters star got reacquainted with Ireland. Who you gonna call?
The former Tottenham, West Ham and Portsmouth manager will compete alongside his son Jamie and other football legends such as Kenny Dalglish and Alan Hansen.
Shevchenko enjoys a reputation as a fine amateur golfer, regularly appearing at Pro-Am events and the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship in Scotland.
Terry captained both his club and country for many years during a stellar playing career, and makes his debut at the JP McManus Pro-Am this year.