Farmers Insurance Open

Deadly Dunne in the mix after birdie-eagle finish; Lowry hanging tough

Paul Dunne was wobbling a little and teetering on the cut mark with two holes to go. But the 23-year old Greystones man showed once more than he is a very special talent when he finished birdie-eagle to move to the fringes of contention for the Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines

Deadly Dunne in the mix after birdie-eagle finish; Lowry hanging tough

American dream beckons for Lowry, Dunne and Power

it would be hard to find three more different people than Shane Lowry, Paul Dunne and Seamus Power but all three will be united by a common goal when they begin their US Tour seasons today.

American dream beckons for Lowry, Dunne and Power

Paul Dunne's stock rises with Torrey Pines start and Davy deal

Paul Dunne's US PGA Tour debut won't come at Pebble Beach after all but two weeks earlier in the $6.5 million Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines.

Paul Dunne's stock rises with Torrey Pines start and Davy deal

Shane OK in Farmers but wayward Padraig KO

Shane Lowry equalled is career low round on US soil to move into contention in the Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines. But it was a day to forget for Padraig Harrington, who was in the top-five after an early chip-in for eagle before his long game woes led to a rash of dropped shots and he crashed to a 79 on the tough South Course to miss the cut by five strokes.

Shane OK in Farmers but wayward Padraig KO

"Tiger's back" the issue as Harrington and Lowry enjoy mixed days

Tiger Woods' withdrawal with a back pain after just 11 holes of the Farmers Insurance Open set off fresh alarm bells about his future in the game. But amid all the weeping and gnashing of teeth over the former world No 1  at Torrey Pines, Pádraig Harrington shot an encouraging 69 as Shane Lowry got his 2015 season off to a mixed start.

"Tiger's back" the issue as Harrington and Lowry enjoy mixed days