Paul Dunne carded a five-under-par 66 to move up the leaderboard at Lumine Golf & Beach Club in the second stage of European Tour qualifying school. Photograph: Ross Kinnaird/Getty Images

Paul Dunne put his slow start behind him at the second stage of European Tour qualifying school in Spain on Saturday with a five-under-par round of 66(...)

 Gary Hurley in Walker Cup action: double-bogey on the 12th and back-to-back bogeys on the 15th and 16th brought him back to earth at The Roxburghe in Scotland. Photograph: Getty Images

Gary Hurley didn’t waste much time in getting a competitive card back into his hand, this time in his new status as a professional. The 22-year-old Wa(...)

The Island’s  Gavin Moynihan: had just one bogey – at the third – and then birdied four and seven on the way out in 36 and the 11th, 15th and 18th at  Carnoustie. Photograph: Inpho

Dubliner Gavin Moynihan swept into top gear at Carnoustie yesterday to storm into the knock-out stages of the British Amateur Championship. The Walke(...)

Jack Hume was one over par after six holes in the first round, but moved up several gears  and recovered  with  three birdies and an eagle. Picture by Pat Cashman

Jack Hume leads the Irish charge going into the second and final qualifying round of the Amateur Championship in Scotland. The 20-year-old former Wes(...)

Jack Hume carded a 68 at Carnoustie to sit second out of a field of 288 players at the Royal and Ancient Amateur Championship in Scotland. Photo: Cathal Noonan/INPHO

Naas Golf Club’s Jack Hume has carded the second best round of the day so far at the British Amateur Championship in Scotland to sit one shot behind s(...)

Tullamore’s Stuart Grehan holds a six-shot lead in the the East of Ireland Amateur Open at Co Louth. Photograph: Pat Cashman.

  Tullamore’s Stuart Grehan birdied two of his last three holes for a second round 69 and the biggest halfway lead in the CityNorth Hotel-(...)

It’s a credit to the changes made to the classic James Braid design in the wake of the 12-under-par 60 posted by Noel Fox 13 years ago that just two (...)

There’s a sting in the tail at Seapoint but while it meant the end of Carton House’s Gary McDermott, Warrenpoint’s Colm Campbell managed to survive a(...)

Stuart Grehan: “The key here is to hit the fairways.” Photograph: Pat Cashman

A stiff south wind gusting over 30mph proved to be no obstacle to Tullamore’s Stuart Grehan as he played smart golf to stay out of the deep rough an(...)

Warrenpoint’s Colm Campbell drives at the 16th during the final round of the East of Ireland at Co Louth Golf Club yesterday. Photograph: Pat Cashman

If the weather showed fickleness, mixing rain showers with sunny spells, there was only a unswerving stubbornness displayed by Colm Campbell. It prov(...)