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McBride shares second after Alps playoff; top-10’s for Carey & Hurley

Paul McBride will be focussed on the positives after coming close to a maiden Alps Tour win at the Antognolla Alps Open. McBride (65), David Carey (66) and Gary Hurley (66) all shone on the final day

Rough finish leaves GMac reeling at Valspar

Graeme McDowell has it all to do to make the weekend cut after coming unstuck late in the day in an opening round of 74 at the PGA Tour’s Valspar Championship

Sugrue to make eagerly-awaited pro debut on Challenge Tour in May

James Sugrue will tee-up at the Challenge Tour’s Swedish double-header – firstly at the Range Servant Challenge in Malmö from May 13-16 before tackling the Dormy Open at Österåkers Golfklubb from May 19-22

McBride moves into top-10 ahead of final day on Alps

Paul McBride fired a four-under par round of 67 to move to within five shots of the lead ahead of the final round of the Antognolla Alps Open

McKibbin needing a Tenerife low-one to bank first pro cheque

Rookie pro Tom McKibbin has his work cut-out to be assured of a maiden pay cheque at the Tenerife Open where Jonathan Caldwell top-scored for Ireland's traveling contingent with a five-under 66

Moynihan and Hoey off the mark with two-under 70s in Cape Town

Gavin Moynihan and Michael Hoey made a splash in the morning wave as both players fired two-under par rounds of 70 on day one of the Challenge Tour's Bain’s Whisky Cape Town Open in South Africa

Solheim Cup sculpture unveiled at Gleneagles

Europe's Solheim Cup Captain, Catriona Matthew, has returned to Gleneagles, the site of her team's dramatic 2019 victory, to unveil a special commemorative sculpture called ‘Match' created by Scottish artist, Jephson Robb

Four rounds would be a successful week – McKibbin

"It suits my eye a good bit. I like some of the tee shots. But if the course didn’t suit me, I’d still love it, it’s a lovely spot to be right now and I’m looking forward to it"

Thomas admits McIlroy’s form has surprised him

"Yeah, I'm very surprised. I think we all are. Rory is one of the most talented golfers I've ever played with, but I think something that is very underrated and people don't realise is how hard he works"

Carey copes with conditions to head Irish challenge on Alps

David Carey carded an even par round of 71 to head the Irish challenge on day one of a testing Antognolla Alps Open where only 28 players broke par

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