More disappointment for Dunne as Moynihan motors into the weekend in France

Struggling Paul Dunne now has just next week’s Portugal Masters to retain his Tour card again after missing the halfway cut at the French Open in Versailles.

Mistakes cost Sharvin momentum on day two in China

Cormac Sharvin is just six shots back of a seven-way tie for the lead despite posting a round uncharacteristically littered with mistakes at the Hainan Open
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McDowell recovers to stay in touch at halfway stage in Jeju

Graeme McDowell demonstrated the best of his grinding capabilities to post a number in the red on day two of The CJ Cup in South Korea

Moynihan motoring nicely at Open de France

Gavin Moynihan picked up where he left off at Headfort to post a tidy three-under par round of 68 while Paul Dunne's troubles continued in Paris

Lowry in Japan quietly confident Ireland can topple the All Blacks

Open Champion Shane Lowry has arrived in Japan a few days early ahead of teeing-up in next week's inaugural PGA Tour sanctioned ZoZo Championship

Lowry eyeing HSBC Champions for Ryder Cup boost 

Reigning Open Champion Shane Lowry will be joined by a host of Major champions vying for ‘Asia’s Major’ at month’s end

Lowry signs multi-year extension with Srixon & Cleveland Golf

“This new contract extends my partnership with the brand to 15 years and almost my entire professional golf career since turning pro in 2009" - Shane Lowry

Unshakable Sharvin shines on day one of Hainan Open

There are two certainties in life in 2019; Brexit on the radio and Cormac Sharvin breaking par

McDowell keeps foot to floor with opening 68 in Jeju

After collecting a cheque worth €89,637 at the Italian Open, Graeme McDowell went bogey-free on day one of The CJ Cup in South Korea

Dunne in desperate need of Sunday payday in France

Paul Dunne’s European Tour status is under threat with time running out to secure the Race to Dubai points needed to earn his card for next season
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