Denis O'Sullivan

McGee digs deep in Rome; Denis a survivor

Rosapenna’s Ruaidhri McGee battled back from bad start in the EMC Challegne Open to remain in the hunt for a European Tour card via the Challenge Tour’s Road to Oman rankings.

McGee digs deep in Rome; Denis a survivor

McGee grinding in Rome; O'Sullivan working on French Riviera

Challenge Tour — Rosapenna’s Ruaidhri McGee is just a shot outside the top 20 with four holes to play in the third round of the weather-delayed EMC Challenge Open in Rome.

McGee grinding in Rome; O'Sullivan working on French Riviera

Fowler and Forsbrand share Jersey spoils

Des Smyth and Philip Walton shot 72s to share 20th but Anders Forsbrand and Peter Fowler are locked at the top of the leaderboard heading into the final day of the Acorn Jersey Open,.

 Fowler and Forsbrand share Jersey spoils

Bossert and Quiros share Jersey lead - Irish trailing

Ireland's quartet of challengers failed to break par as Switzerland’s André Bossert justified his decision to resist the lure of a tournament on home soil as he posted a four under par opening round of 68 to share the lead with Juan Quiros in the Acorn Jersey Open.

Bossert and Quiros share Jersey lead - Irish trailing

Wesselingh wins marathon play-off, Smyth 14th

Des Smyth tied for 14th as Paul Wesselingh successfully defended his title in the MCB Tour Championship by overcoming Barry Lane in a record-equalling six-hole play-off in Mauritius.

Wesselingh wins marathon play-off, Smyth 14th

Round-up: England win Women's Home Internationals

England won the Ladies Home International matches at Aberdovey in Wales. The Irish Ladies Team defeated  England on the opening day and Scotland on Friday but were beaten by Wales on Thursday to finish second in the three-day tournament. 

Round-up: England win Women's Home Internationals

Tour round-up: Smyth and McGee lead the chase

European Seniors Tour — Des Smyth is six shots behind Argentina's Cesar Monasterio ahead of the final round of the SSE Scottish Senior Open at a windswept Fairmont St Andrews.

Tour round-up: Smyth and McGee lead the chase

Denis still a menace at 66

Shooting your age is a feat beyond most mortal golfers. To do it two days running is the stuff of legend but Cork's Denis O'Sullivan pulled it off in Switzerland last week when he finished second to Canadian Rick Gibson at the Bad Ragaz PGA Seniors Open.

Denis still a menace at 66

Rafferty chasing Tinning in PGA Seniors

Ronan Rafferty trails Steen Tinning by just five shots with a round to play in the ISPS Handa PGA Seniors Championship at stoke by Nayland Hotel, Golf & Spa.

Rafferty chasing Tinning in PGA Seniors

Des Smyth leads Seniors PGA

Ryder Cup vice-captain Des Smyth holed a snaking 25 birdie putt on the 18th green to take the early lead at the ISPS Handa Seniors PGA Championship at the Stoke by Nayland Golf, Hotel & Spa, writes the European Senior Tour.

Des Smyth leads Seniors PGA

O'Sullivan is eighth biggest European Senior earner

Denis O’Sullivan might not have won for eight years but he is now the eighth biggest earner in the history of the European Senior Tour.

The 65-year old former Irish Amateur Close champion finished his 15th season in the senior ranks by claiming a share of 36th alongside Des Smyth in the season-ending MCB Tour Championship in Maurtitius.

O'Sullivan is eighth biggest European Senior earner

Smyth five off the pace in Mauritius

Des Smyth is five shots behind Spain’s Miguel Angel Martin following the opening round of the European Senior Tour’s season-ending MCB Tour Championship in Mauritius. As Smyth, 25th in the Order of Merit, posted a one under 71, Martin fired a six under par 66 to establish a one stroke lead at Constance Belle Mare Plage.

Smyth five off the pace in Mauritius

Walton slips, Monty wins

Colin MontgomerieColin Montgomerie claimed his maiden win as a Senior at Woburn.Picture ©Getty ImagesPhilip Walton let a decent cheque slip away for the second week running when he closed with a 77 in the Travis Perkins plc Senior Masters at Woburn.

Walton six adrift of Montgomerie at Woburn

Colin MontgomerieColin Montgomerie is in control at Woburn. ©Getty Images.Two double bogeys proved costly as Philip Walton slipped six shots behind Colin Montgomerie ahead of the final round of the Travis Perkins plc Senior Masters at Woburn.

Sensational O'Sullivan eclipsed by Luna

Denis Sullivan had his best European Senior Tour finish for eight years at St Andrews. Cork’s Denis O’Sullivan came within a whisker of becoming the second oldest winner in the history of the European Senior Tour when he finished tied for second behind maiden winner Santiago Luna in the SSE Scottish Senior Open at Fairmont St Andrews.

Walton chasing maiden Seniors win

Philip Walton, picture during the Etihad Airways PGA Sprint at Seapoint, has a chance to win on the European Senior Tour. Picture: Fran Caffrey www.golffile.ie Philip Walton shot one of just two sub-70 scores to go into the final round of the SSE Scottish Senior Open with a chance to end his European Senior Tour drought.

Smyth's a knockout at PGA Seniors

Des Smyth is a great bunker player. Picture by Phil Inglis/Getty ImagesDes Smyth saw a potentially brilliant first round of the ISPS HANDA PGA Seniors Championship suffer a near knockout blow over the closing holes at De Vere Mottram Hall.