Headfort’s Brian Casey was the joint winner of the European Tour second stage qualifier at Panoramica in Castellon.  Photograph:  Andrew Redington/Getty Images

Brian Casey continued his sensational form by carding a five-under-par round of 67 to finish as joint-winner at Panoramica and progress into the final(...)

 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(...)

 Gavin Moynihan of The Island made a strong start to European Tour second stage qualifying at El Saler in Valencia. Photograph:   Jan Kruger/R&A Via Getty Images)

Walker Cup star Gavin Moynihan and Headfort’s Brian Casey shone brightest of the 12-strong Irish contingent on the opening day of the second stage of (...)

 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(...)

Ireland’s Niall Turner is well placed to progress from the first stage of European Tour qualifying school in France. Photograph:  Asian Tour via Getty Images

Niall Turner remains well on course for qualification from the European Tour qualifying school first stage event at Hardelot in France after another s(...)

Rory McNamara has been working hard on his game and having claimed the 36-hole Lee Valley Senior Scratch Cup last weekend, he’s playing well enough to retain his West of Ireland Amateur Open title. Photograph: Cathal Noonan/Inpho

Rory McIlroy was the last player to successfully defend the title but Headfort’s Rory McNamara has the form and the pedigree to follow in some (...)

Rory McNamara was once again a tower of strength for Ireland at the European Men’s Amateur Team Championship in Silkeborg, Denamrk. Photograph: Cathal Noonan/Inpho

Ireland swept into the quarter-finals at Silkeborg in Denmark yesterday and will play seventh-placed qualifiers the Netherlands in the first matchpla(...)

Rory McNamara was the best of the Irish on day one of the European Amateur Team Championships at Silkeborg with an opening round 70. Photograph: Cathal Noonan/Inpho

Ireland are in a strong position to claim a top flight spot at the European Amateur Team Championships, at Silkeborg in Denmark after a solid opening (...)

Paul Dunne: broke the course record at Princes as he secured a place in matchplay stages of the British Amateur Championship. Photograph: Pat Cashman.

Irish star Paul Dunne blasted his way to a new course at Princes on the Kent coast yesterday to sweep up the leaderboard in the second qualifying roun(...)

The killer instinct is crucial in matchplay and Headfort’s Rory McNamara showed that he has it in spades when he put Muskerry’(...)