Dunne tunes up for China Open with a zither

Paul Dunne tuned up for this week’s Volvo China Open by taking up the challenge of playing a traditional Chinese zither in Beijing.

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How vision and passion put swinging southwest on the map

SWING’s 30th anniversary celebrations were full of optimism, writes Kevin Markham

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‘It’s all in the past,’ claims Na as he hits back at slow play taunts

Kevin Na has hit out at those that still label him a ‘slow’ player and claims his lengthy pre-shot routine is a thing of the past.

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Máiréad passes Lahinch test with flying colours

For many students this can be a stressful time of the year especially with exams just around the corner. Most weekends are spent with their heads buried in books.

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Consistent O’Flaherty forges clear of rivals

Gary O’Flaherty retained his Lee Valley Senior Scratch Cup yesterday after he posted a solid level par final round 72 in blustery conditions.

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Adare Manor makes a compelling Ryder Cup case

Can Ireland’s top golfers - supported by the formidable figure of Adare Manor owner JP McManus - persuade the European Tour that the Limerick venue is a no-brainer when it comes to hosting the 2026 Ryder Cup?

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‘What you have here is parkland perfection’

Four of Ireland’s most distinguished professional golfers lined up at Adare Manor, Co Limerick, yesterday in tribute to the contribution five JP McManus pro-am events have made to charitable interests throughout the mid-west.

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Spectacular Adare gives amateurs a fair chance, says Pádraig Harrington

"AN amateur-friendly golf course that will also challenge the top professional."

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Relaxed Dunne aims for the top in Morocco

Ireland’s Paul Dunne is confident he can handle the pressure of being the pre-tournament favourite for the first time as he looks to go one better than last year in the Hassan Trophy.

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Happy birthday: 12 clubs celebrating anniversaries in 2018

Kevin Markham looks at the clubs celebrating anniversaries in 2018.

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John Rahm leapfrogs Ireland’s Paul Dunne to claim home victory in Spain

Ireland’s Paul Dunne was edged out as world number four John Rahm fired a final round five-under-par 67 to win the Open de Espana in Madrid.

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Dunne’s superb start in Spain

Ireland’s Paul Dunne got of to a superb start in the Open de Espana, shooting an opening round 66 that included five birdies and an eagle to share the lead with Scotland’s Marc Warren.

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Jon Rahm aims to reign in Spain

Jon Rahm will attempt to put his Masters disappointment behind him by completing his collection of national titles in the Open de Espana.

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