Dublin's Top 18 Most Memorable Golf Moments

What's your most memorable moment in Dublin golf history? 

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Paul Azinger chipping in on from the 18th hole bunker to beat Payne Stewart by one stroke in the 1993 Memorial Tournament? What about when Dublin Coffman won their first boys golf state championship in 1997 or when Jack Nicklaus toured the piece of land in Dublin that soon after became Muirfield Village Golf Club?

We asked you to vote on how you rank the Top 18 Moments in Dublin Golf History and the results are in! 

The results of the rankings will be announced leading up to the first round of The Presidents Cup – one moment each day starting with #18 on September 13 and concluding with the top moment on September 30. Visit the Dublin Convention and Visitors Bureau’s Facebook page for a daily announcement of the Top 18.

In addition to the release of the rankings you can find a 17 ft banner with the Top Moment of that day at different businesses around Dublin. Below you will see where the banner can be found and the ranking of the revealed moments.

 9/13: Moment #18-Riviera Golf Club Opens-Dublin Community Recreation Center 

9/13: Moment

9/14: Moment #17- In 1976 Roger Maltbie won the inaugural Memorial Tournament in a three-hole play off - Ha'penny Bridge Imports of Ireland

9/14: Moment #17

9/15: Moment #16-Lorena Ochoa wins the LPGA's final Wendy's Championship for Children at Tartan Fields- Sunny Street Cafe

9/15: Moment #16

9/16: Moment #15- Justin Leonard wins the USGA's U.S. Amateur Championship at Murifield Village Golf Club- Golf Club of Dublin

9/16: Moment #15

9/17: Moment #14- In 1979 Tom Watson wins the Memorial Tournament and shoots a 69 on Friday's round that included rain, wind and a wind-chill of 13 degrees- OCLC

9/17: Moment #14

9/18: Moment #13- In 1977 Dublin Coffman wins first boys golf state championship- Sonesta ES Suites

9/18: Moment #13

9/19: Moment #12- In 1964 Golf is introduced to Dublin with the opening of Bash Recreation Driving Range a par 62 executive golf course- Hilton Garden Inn

9/19: Moment #12

9/20: Moment #11- In 2002 The Golf Club of Dublin opens as an 18-hole, par 72 public golf course in the spirit of true links golf- Dublin City Hall

9/20: Moment #11

9/21: Moment #10- In 1987 Europe upsets the United States in the Ryder Cup at Muirfield Village Golf Club- Europe's first win in America

9/21: Moment #10

9/22: Moment #9- In 1998 The City of Dublin and the Dublin Arts Council, commissioned the Jack Nicklaus sculpture to recognize his contributions made to the Dublin community- Graeter's Ice Cream

9/22: Moment #9

9/23: Moment #8- In 1998 the United States women's team beats Europe to win the Solheim Cup at Muirfield Village Golf Club- Dublin Arts Council

9/23: Moment #8

9/24: Moment #7- In 2001 Tiger Woods wins his third straight Memorial Tournament by seven strokes- Courtyard by Marriott

9/24: Moment #7

9/25: Moment #6- In 1973 the foursome of Jack Nicklaus, Ivor Young, Pandel Savic and Bob Hoag play the first round of golf at Muirfield Village Golf Club- Chase Suite Hotel 

9/25: Moment #6

9/26: Moment #5- Next week The Presidents Cup will be held at Muirfield Village Golf Club-- making Dublin the only city in the world to host the Ryder Cup, the Solheim Cup and The Presidents Cup- Holiday Inn Express

9/26: Moment #5

9/27: Moment #4- In 2012 Tiger chips-in on his way to his fifth win at the Memorial Tournament and his 73rd PGA TOUR victory- Dublin Village Tavern

9/27: Moment #4

9/28: Moment #3- In 1993 Paul Azinger chips-in from the 18th hole bunker to beat Payne Stewart by one stroke in the Memorial Tournament- Whole Foods

9/28: Moment #3

9/29: Moment #2- In 2012 Dublin Jerome's Boy and Girls Golf teams win back to back state championships-  Embassy Suites Dublin

9/29: Moment #2

9/30: Moment #1-In 1966 Jack Nicklaus tours a piece of land in Dublin that later becomes Muirfield Village Golf Club-  Bri-Hi Square, Historic Dublin

9/30: Moment #1