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‘I want to play the Tour Championship, to play the Masters, to compete in Majors and I’m dying to be part of the Ryder Cup’

Waterford ace Seamus Power ready for a big 2022 after turning Covid nightmare around to enjoy a special end to 2021 season

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Ireland's Séamus Power poses with the trophy after winning on the sixth play-off hole in the Barbasol Championship at Keene Trace Golf Club last July in Nicholasville, Kentucky. Photo: Andy Lyons/Getty Images

Ireland's Séamus Power poses with the trophy after winning on the sixth play-off hole in the Barbasol Championship at Keene Trace Golf Club last July in Nicholasville, Kentucky. Photo: Andy Lyons/Getty Images

Ireland's Séamus Power poses with the trophy after winning on the sixth play-off hole in the Barbasol Championship at Keene Trace Golf Club last July in Nicholasville, Kentucky. Photo: Andy Lyons/Getty Images

Nine months ago, Séamus Power was sitting in a New Orleans hotel, positive with Covid-19, panicking about his PGA Tour future and fearful he might not keep his card.

The West Waterford man (34) is now a PGA Tour winner, ranked 72nd in the world (just one big week away from the top 50) and wondering what he needs to do to play in the 2023 Ryder Cup in Rome.


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