Huge crowds see big victory for Bernhard Langer in the Irish Open at Portmarnock Golf Club in Dublin.
German Bernhard Langer was in a class of his own when winning the Irish Open. Finishing at 19 under par Langer was 10 shots clear of his nearest rival Sandy Lyle. Glorious weather meant an enormous Portmarnock gallery watched Langer take his second Irish Open title and the winning cheque of £37,500.
Watch Bernhard Langer par the 18th hole for a four round total of 269 shots 19 under par.
Highlights are taken from The Carroll's Irish Open broadcast 5 July 1987.
Commentators are Peter Alliss, Jack Newton, and Bill O'Herlihy