DUNNE Paul

Paul DUNNE

IRL

Biography

ResidenceGreystones, Ireland
AttachmentGreystones
Date of Birth:26/11/1992
Place of BirthDublin, Ireland
Height & Weight5ft 8in 12st 1lb (173cm 77kgs)
InterestsMusic, fitness, films, tennis, football
Turned Pro2015 (plus 5)
Qualifying School2015*

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Biography

Started playing golf aged ten and also excelled in other sports, representing his county of Wick low in Irish Gaelic Football and his province of Leinster in tennis. Decided to focus solely on golf in his early teens and later studied at the University of Alabama, following in the footsteps of compatriot Graeme McDowell. Burst onto the scene in 2015 when, as an amateur, he shared the lead heading into the final round of The Open at St Andrews. His 204 (-12) 54-hole total was a record low for an amateur in the game’s oldest Major. Slipped back after a testing final day. Capped a life-changing year by coming through all three stages of Qualifying School. Retained his card, finished sixth at the 2017 Tshwane Open and then lost Play-off to Edoardo Molinari at the 2017 Trophee Hassan II.

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European Tour Wins1
Wins this season1
Current Rankings
OWGR81
Race To Dubai12
Biggest European Tour Prize:: € 562,500 (2017)

Teams

Amateur Walker Cup 2015 (winners) Eisenhower Trophy 2014 St Andrews Trophy 2014 (winners) Palmer Cup 2014 (winners) Jacques Léglise Trophy 2009 (winners), 10 Boys, Youths, Seniors 2009-15

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