Dunne's dilemma: McDowell says go pro, Padraig says wait for Walker Cup

Dunne's dilemma: McDowell says go pro, Padraig says wait for Walker Cup

Graeme McDowell sees few reasons why Paul Dunne shouldn't give the Walker Cup a miss and take the leap into the professional ranks as soon as possible. But Pádraig Harrington believes he should remain amateur and play at Royal Lytham and St Annes in September, if he’s selected.

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Fowler's timing impeccable as Lowry and Co find Major confidence

Fowler's timing impeccable as Lowry and Co find Major confidence

Rickie Fowler claimed the title in dramatic fashion with a tap-in birdie at the last but Shane Lowry was almost as euphoric about his form despite finishing seven shots behind the American in the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open at Gullane.

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Pro round up : Scottish slips; Kearney challenges; Power in the pack

Pro round up : Scottish slips; Kearney challenges; Power in the pack

European Tour — Shane Lowry might have birdied two of his last three holes but a two over 72 was not what he had in mind in the third round of the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open at Gullane.

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