Round up: G-Mac cut again; Top 4 Dunbar; Kearney lurking

PGA TOUR —Graeme McDowell missed his sixth cut of the season in the RBC Canadian Open.

The former US Open winner, who turns 36 next Thursday, was three over early and six over for the tournament before he played his last 12 holes in three under for a 72 and a three over total.

Poor off the tee and below his best on the greens, the world No 58's total of 147 was five shots outside the cut mark and leaves him in danger of falling out of the world's Top 60.

Chad Campbell (66-63) leads by two on 14 under from Brian Harman and  by three from David Heard and Johnson Wagner.

Europro Tour — Alan Dunbar finished tied fourth in the Wealth Design Invitational at Hawkstone Park Golf Club and lies just outside the Top 5 in the Order of Merit who will gain promotion to the Challenge Tour at the end of the season.
The former British Amateur champion shot a one under 70 to finish five shots behind winner Andrew Marshall on nine under par with Headfort's Brian Casey tied 28th on four under.
  • T4 Alan Dunbar  Team Ireland -9 69 65 70 204 £1,475.00
  • T28 Brian Casey  Headfort Golf Club -4 72 67 70 209 £389.00
  • MC Tim Rice  Limerick Golf Club  +2 74 70 144
  • MC Richard Weldon  Killeen Castle Golf Club  +3 72 73 145
  • MC Simon Ward  Belvoir Park  +6 74 74 148

Challenge Tour — Niall Kearney is just four shots behind lead Ryan Fox at the Le Vaudreil Challenge in France after successive 67s.