Round up: GMac out, Spanish Alps, Le Weekend
 Graeme McDowell acknowledges fans after a late chip-in

Graeme McDowell acknowledges fans after a late chip-in

PGA Tour - Graeme McDowell's form looks far from ideal heading into the final major of the season after he missed the cut by five shots in the RBC Canadian Open at Glen Abbey.

Six birdies in rounds of 75 and 76 sound reasonable but a tally of 11 bogeys and a double is hardly the form that's going to send Darren Clarke scuttling for the wildcards if required.

Poor from tee to green, the 36-year old has work to do to be ready to challenge at Baltusrol next week.

As for the lead, Dustin Johnson and Luke List went 66-71 to lead by one from Jon Rahm, Kelly Kraft and amateur Jared du Toit. Scores

 Carey survives Spanish heat

 David Carey

David Carey

Alps Tour — David Carey made the cut in the Alps de Las Castillas in Spain.

The colourful Dubliner added a 75 to his opening 69 to share 40th on level par behind France's Victor Perez (67) who leads by one stroke on 11 under from compatriot Raphael Marguery.

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Selfridge and Phelan enjoying Le Weekend

Challenge Tour — Chris Selfridge and Kevin Phelan were the only Irish to make the cut in the Le Vaudreuil Golf Challenge in France.
Selfridge added a 71 to his opening 69 to share 34th on two under, 10 strokes behind Clement Sordet of France.
Phelan is a shot further back after a 72 but the rest of the Irish missed the 144 cut with Brian Casey (72) on 147 and Jeff Hopkins on 159.
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