Jonathan Yates and Paul McBride fired under par rounds to finish closer to the top of the mountain on Alps Tour duty this week
Rory McIlroy admits he will need a great final round to secure a second U.S. Open Championship at Pebble Beach Golf Links as Gary Woodland and Justin Rose move clear of the chasing pack.
It was on this day nine years ago that Graeme McDowell jubilantly embraced his father, Kenny as Ireland’s second only Major champion in capturing the U.S. Open at Pebble Beach.
Ruaidhri McGee and Cormac Sharvin have given themselves every chance of victory at the Hauts de France – Pas de Calais Golf Open.
"The most disappointing thing would have been missing the cut because I feel so good. I do feel like I can do something over the weekend."
Graeme McDowell walked through a US Open sized smack in the face to remain right in contention at the halfway stage at Pebble Beach
"I had a few choice words with myself on the 15th tee, called myself a couple of names," said McIlroy, who went bogey/double-bogey on 12&13 before bouncing back at Pebble
It wasn't the return to action that Leona Maguire would have wanted at the Forsyth Classic presented by Decatur Park District on the Symetra Tour.
A pair of even par efforts saw Cormac Sharvin and Ruaidhri McGee comfortably advance to the weekend as the Irish duo chase an elusive Challenge Tour win