Walker Cup

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Paul Dunne: “I didn’t see it as a big deal to turn pro, I just saw it as the next thing to do.” Photograph: David Cannon/Getty Images

Escaping the remnants of Storm Barney isn’t the real reason for Paul Dunne jumping on a plane this Saturday. Rather, as one of the newest recruits (...)

Chris Hanson of England in action during the fourth round of the European Tour Qualifying School Final at PGA Catalunya Resort. Photo: Richard Heathcote/Getty Images

That head-scratching mixture of unbridled enthusiasm, tense readiness and utter boredom was fully in evidence as four of the seven-strong Irish contin(...)

Paul Dunne: “I don’t know if I will have any invites next year, not for definite, so I am just going to see how Q-School goes.” Photo:  Andrew Redington/Getty

British Open Championship hero Paul Dunne refuses to dream of what might be as he joins another six Irishmen for the first round of the gruelling E(...)

 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 (...)

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(...)

Frank Gannon: “We’ve  had help from many of the Irish professional players including Rory McIlroy, Paul McGinley, Pádraig Harrington and Des Smyth”

There’s nothing like having a personal guide to get the best out of a city or tourist attraction. Now golf enthusiasts can get the same treatment in (...)

Captain Nigel Edwards gives Paul Dunne a hug on the 18th as Britain and Ireland win the Walker Cup. Photograph: Peter Byrne/PA Wire

You could call it fate or destiny, but that wouldn’t do justice to the hours spent on the range, on the putting green or in the gym. It’s mainly about(...)

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(...)

Britain and Ireland captain Nigel Edwards gives Paul Dunne a hug on the 18th as he secured the win over the USA during day two of the Walker Cup at Royal Lytham & St Annes Golf Club. Photograph: Peter Byrne/PA

Britain and Ireland regained the Walker Cup in comprehensive fashion at Royal Lytham on Sunday, securing the points required against the United States(...)

Jack Hume of Naas and The Island’s  Gavin Moynihan in action for Britain  and Ireland during day one of the Walker Cup at Royal Lytham & St Annes Golf Club. Photograph: Peter Byrne/PA

If past Ryder Cup captains have seen Graeme McDowell as their terrier-like player at the bottom of the order, then Gavin Moynihan is emerging as anoth(...)

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