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“However, I am here playing in another golf tournament. There’s no extra pressure, so here’s hoping for a good event.”Forrest and Ferguson are also in the field, as are fellow Team SSE Scottish Hydro members Ross Kellett and David Law, plus Bradley Neil, Jamie Mc Leary, Jack Doherty and Peter Whiteford.***Spanish star Jon Rahm has confirmed his participation in the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open hosted by the Rory Foundation.
The world No 12 will join Rory Mc Ilroy and Justin Rose at Portstewart in July in what will be the third Rolex Series event on this season’s European Tour.
“This week is a great opportunity to see where my game is at the level up and also a great chance to start plotting my next move in the game.
“In recent years, I feel like my match-play game has been good due to the venues (he won the Scottish Amateur at Muirfield and reached the British Amateur final at Royal Porthcawl) as it’s been a golf course where tee to green is so important and that’s the same this week.