This week Paul Dunne sat down with Jarlath where it all began for him in Greystones Golf Club to speak about his fascinating journey as he prepares to defend his British Masters title in the coming weeks.
Paul explains the challenging nature of golf, which is a 'game of feels' (15:00), his realisation that reputation is nothing and performance is everything (29:00) and how a slow leaderboard update seriously let him down in 2017 (34:00).
From discussing his struggle to control his anger (1:05:00) to why he is glad that he is not Tiger Woods (Patreon extended cut only), no punches are pulled. Paul opens up for the first time about how his devastating loss at St. Andrews in 2015 both helped and hindered him (45:00) and much, much more. This is a thoroughly enjoyable conversation from start to finish with Ireland's fastest rising golfing talent on the world stage. (There’s even a chance to win a round of golf at Walton Heath for you and 3 friends in our competition! Listen to find out how to enter and win.)
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