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Oban golfer Robert MacIntyre made the cut last week in the Le Vaudreuil Golf Challenge in France.
Robert finished in joint 28th place with rounds of 71, 70, 69 and 69 to finish on five under par and lift a pay cheque of 1,659 euros.
The Glencruitten golfer has played six Challenge Tour events and made the cut in five of them. Robert is presently 71st in the Challenge Tour rankings.
The event was won by England’s Richard McEvoy who carded rounds of 64, 66, 68 and 68 to finish 18 under par and lift the first prize of 33,600 euros.
The Challenge Tour now moves on to Ramsau in Austria for the Euram Bank Open starting (today) July 26.