It's Tiger Woods PGA Tour '14 week on Balls.ie so we're having a bracket to find out who is the greatest Irish golfer ever.
Rory McIlroy vs Des Smyth
Rory McIlory is currently one of the most famous golfers in the world. He was just this week toppled from the world no. 1 spot by Tiger Woods. At just 23 he already has two majors under his belt along with ten professional wins and two Ryder cup victories from his two appearances.
Des Smyth won 25 events in his time as a pro and made two appearances in the Ryder Cup. He became the oldest man to win a European tour event when in 2001 he won the the Madeira Island Open (a record which has since been broken).
Darren Clarke vs Paul McGinley
Since turning pro in 1990 Darren Clarke has racked up 22 event wins, one of those being the British Open in 2011. He has also turned out in five Ryder Cups for Europe.
Paul McGinley will become the first ever Irish man captain Europe in the Ryder Cup when he leads them in the 2014 competition at Gleneagles. The 22 year pro who has 9 wins in his time is most well-known for his winning putt at the 2002 Ryder Cup at the Belfry when he beat Jim Furyk to secure victory for Europe.
You can still vote on day one of the quarter-finals here.