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Monday 30th October 2017

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FOLLOW US 30.10.2017 | SUBSCRIBE HERE OFFICIAL MEDIA PARTNERS: NORTHERN IREL AND OPEN PAUL DUNNE ED'S LETTER All to play for as Irish go in search of Tour cards aul Dunne's run of high tournament finishes came to a grinding halt as he signed for a round of 79 on Sunday at Sheshan International GC in the WGC-HSBC Champions. He still won €54,390 for his effort, however, as he finished in a tie for 38th place. Dunne is now playing with the big boys and that is reflected in the prize fund he played for - he won more than twice as much for finishing middle of the pack in this lucrative 78-man no-cut event than he did for finishing tied 14th in Denmark earlier this year. The more Dunne rises up the world rankings, the easier it becomes to accumulate money and points. With his immediate European Tour playing privileges secured following his first win at the British Masters earlier this month, the Irishman will now set his sights on breaking into the top 50 of the World Rankings. Meanwhile, it was a good week for his former Walker Cup team-mates Gavin Moynihan and Cormac Sharvin, who showed form this week with P

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