Philip Walton

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

Bobby Browne retires after 48 years at Laytown and Bettystown

Born in 1942, Bobby Browne grew up in the foothills of the Dublin mountains at Edmondstown and by the time he was ten years old, he was caddying regularly at the local club where characters such as Sydney Jackson, Maurice Cohen, Jackie Bloom and the pantomime baddie Vernon Hayden gave him regular employment.

Bobby Browne retires after 48 years at Laytown and Bettystown

Walton makes a move at Sunningdale;

Philip Walton is just three shots behind co-leaders Colin Montgomerie and Marco Dawson entering the final day of The Senior Open Championship Presented by Rolex.

Walton makes a move at Sunningdale;

Higgins takes narrow advantage into day two at Slieve Russell

David Higgins fired a three under par 69 to take a narrow lead on the opening day of the Slieve Russell Masters Pro-Am.

Higgins takes narrow advantage into day two at Slieve Russell

Round up: Lawrie loses putting touch; Walton nine back in PGA Seniors

Peter Lawrie had 35 putts in a third round 74 to damage his chances of a big payday in the Lyoness Open Powered by Greenfinity in Austria

Round up: Lawrie loses putting touch; Walton nine back in PGA Seniors

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