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Monday 9th October 2017

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FOLLOW US 9.10.2017 | SUBSCRIBE HERE OFFICIAL MEDIA PARTNERS: NORTHERN IREL AND OPEN ED'S LETTER PAUL DUNNE Business as usual as Dunne shows no sign of hangover fter a career-altering victory at the British Masters the previous week, and all the celebrations that followed, Paul Dunne could have been excused for staying in the pack this week at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship. But it turned out to be another week to remember for the Greystones man, as he posted a top 10 finish in Scotland, tied 7th, showing a maturity that is marking him out as an exciting talent in the years to come. His current form is reflected in the Official World Golf Rankings, where he will move ahead of Shane Lowry and become the top ranked player from the Republic of Ireland when the rankings are announced today. Only the seemingly unassailable superstar that is Rory McIlroy is currently considered a better golfer than Dunne on the island. Dunne began the week with what he described as an 'Irish celebration' with Shane Lowry at St Andrews following his landmark win. Considerable media attention followed but Dunne stuck to his task admirably as he returned to St Andrews, the scene of his 2015 Open 54-hole lead. To shoot 67 in his opening round to lead after his first round A

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