Shane Lowry ties the knot in New York - shares picture with new bride on Twitter

Shane Lowry ties the knot in New York  - shares picture with new bride on Twitter
Shane Lowry reacts after Wendy Honner sank a putt on the ninth hole during the par three competition at the Masters golf tournament. AP Photo/Jae C. Hong.

Everybody say awwww.

Ireland’s Shane Lowry has topped off his trip to the States by getting married in New York.

The Offaly golfer enjoyed his weekend at the US Masters in Augusta, recording a hole-in-one of the final day. To round out an excellent week Lowry went from there to the Big Apple for his wedding to Wendy Honner and has shared a picture of the happy couple on Twitter.

Lowry and Honner, a nurse from Laois, have been engaged since 2014. She acted as his caddy for the traditional Par-3 contest in Augusta last Wednesday.

The newlyweds will have some time for a honeymoon, with Lowry not due back back in golfing action until early May.

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