A couple of weeks ago, our very own Dermot Whelan had the honour of competing in the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open Pro-Am at Lahinch, an event he says was one of the best experiences of his life.
Not only did he get to play alongside 2008 US Masters winner Trevor Immelman, he was also teamed up with Louth man Brendan Lawlor, which was his real highlight.
"He's easily the best golfer I've ever seen play golf"
Brendan is one of the the top golfers in the world to play with a disability. He was born with Ellis-Van Creveld syndrome, a rare genetic condition characterized by short limbs, additional fingers and/or toes and congenital heart defects, but this has never held him back from anything.
Dermot and Dave chat to the 22-year-old about his journey from pitch and putt player to winning the inaugural EDGA (European Disability Golf Association) Scottish Open over the past week.
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Definitely a week to remember! Thank you @scottish_open @europeantour and @edga_golf for giving us this chance to compete on the world stage, Massive Congratulations to @berndwiesberger on a great win this week very well deserved, Really delighted to see Scottish fans follow us and were very supportive of the game. Thank you @dundalkgolfclub @adidasgolf and @srixongolf for everything and also thank you all for the lovely messages#disabilygolf #adidasgolf #europeantour #edga
The inspirational youngster discusses the power of family and why he has to be smart when it comes to his decision on whether he turns pro or not.
If the golf doesn't work out, he could always make it as a comedian. He's some craic lads.
Check out the interview in full by pressing the play button on screen.