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‘I wouldn’t change a thing’ says Cutler

Thursday, 6 July 2017

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SIX years ago this month, Paul Cutler finished a credible 21st in the Irish Open in Killarney, county Kerry.
Just a couple of months later, he played a leading role as Great Britain and Ireland defeated the United States to win the Walker Cup at Royal Aberdeen Golf Club in Scotland.
Recognised as one of the finest amateur talents in the game at that time, the Portstewart youngster turned professional the following year hoping to follow in the footsteps of fellow north coast golfer Graeme McDowell.
Unfortunately, things didn't work out as planned. The pro' game is a far cry from the amateur ranks and Cutler struggled to transfer his talents from one to the other. He soldiered on for a number of years before the dream eventually faded and died.
*Read the full story in this week's Chronicle

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