Jack Hume

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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 (...)

Gavin Moynihan is through to the second stage of the European Tour Q-School. Photograph: Inpho

Gavin Moynihan took an important first step towards earning a full tour card for 2016 when he emerged from Stage One of the European Tour qualifying a(...)

Ireland Walker Cup players Jack Hume and  Paul Dunne have both qualified for the second stage of European Tour Qualifying School. Photograph:  Jan Kruger/Getty Images

Job done, on the double! Jack Hume and Paul Dunne have enjoyed quite a September, following up their parts in a Walker Cup win by impressively emergin(...)

Jack Hume in Walker Cup action; fired a highly impressive four under par 68 to grab a share of second place after the opening round over the Ebreichsdorf course in Austria. Photograph: Getty Images

Walker Cup hero Jack Hume got off to a flying start yesterday in his bid for a coveted European Tour card. Playing in the first qualifying stage over(...)

Ireland’s five Walker Cup winners Gavin Moynihan, Paul Dunne, Cormac Sharvin, Gary Hurley and Jack Hume with Britain and Ireland captain Nigel Edwards after their triumph at Royal Lytham & St Annes. Photograph: David Cannon/R&A/via Getty Images

One day you are playing golf for fun and the next you are playing for your living. So how is the transition and what does it mean for three of the (...)

Ireland’s five Walker Cup winners Gavin Moynihan, Paul Dunne, Cormac Sharvin, Gary Hurley and Jack Hume with Britain and Ireland captain Nigel Edwards after yesterday’s triumph at Royal Lytham. Photograph: David Cannon/Getty Images.

The image of US amateur champion Bryson DeChambeau, with his flat cap on his head and chest pumped out and striding the fairways as if born to the pla(...)

Ireland’s Cormac Sharvin on the first green in the opening foursomes of the 2015 Walker Cup. Sharvin would partner Jack McDonald to a 5&4 win over Jordan Niebrugge and Robby Shelton. Photo: Peter Byrne/PA Wire.

A wicked, swirling wind whipped across the old links here but didn’t hamper the British and Irish team in the first session - of foursomes - in the Wa(...)

Walker Cup players Gavin Moynihan, Cormac Sharvin, Gary Hurley, Paul Dunne and Jack Hume ahead of a training season at Portmarnock Golf Club. They were joined by Shane Lowry. Photograph: Golffile|Fran Caffrey|GUI

I’m really getting to enjoy these Q&As which generally are part of corporate gigs. I was at one the other night in Galway for McGettigans, one of (...)

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