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Ireland’s Paul Dunne continues to be the hottest golfer on the European Tour, shooting a 5-under 67 on the St. Andrews old course to sit tied atop the leaderboard at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship Thursday.

Belgium’s Nicolas Colsaerts shot a 5-under 67 at Kingsbarns to tie Dunne at the top.

Dunne, who emerged victorious at the British Masters just four…

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Italy’s Edoardo Molinari used a clutch eagle on No. 18 to force a playoff, then beat Ireland’s Paul Dunne on the first hole of it to take the Trophee Hassan II title on Sunday, his first European Tour win in seven years.
It certainly seemed like the playoff would continue to at least a second hole, but Dunne missed a…

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Branden Grace prepared for his ascendancy into the top 10 in the Official World Golf Rankings by defending his title at the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters Sunday at Doha Golf Club.

He finished two strokes ahead of Thorbjorn Olesen and Rafa Cabrera-Bello with a final-round 69 after starting the day two strokes behind Paul Lawrie.

“To get the first proper defence…

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The UK’s Ross McGowan tied a course record, firing a 9-under 62 to open up a 3-stroke lead at the Joburg Open on Friday.

With four birdies and a bogey on the front nine, McGowan was 3-under at the turn, then took off with a birdie on 10, an eagle on 12, a birdie on 14 and another eagle on…

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After watching a pair of European Tour rookies take center stage for the first two rounds of the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship, Norway’s Thorbjorn Olesen took control of the top of the leaderboard on Saturday, firing a 7-under 65 to open a three-stroke advantage through 54 holes.

After bogeying the first hole, Olesen reeled off four birdies in six holes…

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Young Jimmy Mullen continued to lead the dream of every 21-year-old in the kingdom on Friday, as he fired a 69 to maintain a share of the lead at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship at Kingsbarns, reaching 11-under.

He’s tied for the lead with Anthony Wall, who at age 40 could truly be Mullen’s father.

Wall was sluggish on the back…

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Rookies Jimmy Mullen and Paul Dunne, fresh off helping Great Britain and Ireland win the Walker Cup in September, each fired a 64 to sit atop the leaderboard with Sweden’s Kristoffer Broberg after one round at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship at St. Andrews on Thursday.

It’s not the first time Dunne has played well at St. Andrews this year;…

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They had an American in mind, if one was going to win the Claret Jug.

They had a Johnson picked out, if one was going to challenge Jordan Spieth’s shot at history.

Wrong American, wrong Johnson.

Zach Johnson, the 39-year-old from Iowa, won his second Major title, outlasting Louis Oosthuizen and Mark Leishman in the four-hole aggregate playoff to become the first…

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How do you upstage the guy trying to do something that hasn’t been done in golf in 62 years?

By doing something that hasn’t been done in 85 years.

That was the calling card Sunday for 22-year-old amateur from Ireland Paul Dunne, who fired a 6-under 66 to tie Louis Oosthuizen and Jason Day for the lead of the 144th Open…

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