Alan Dunbar makes first cut since turning professional

Alan Dunbar is the British Amateur champion

British Amateur champion Alan Dunbar from Northern Ireland has made his first cut as a professional at a Challenge Tour event in Italy.

Dunbar, who turned pro after playing in the Masters three weeks ago, carded two consecutive 69s at the Montecchia Open.

He is on four under par and six shots behind the leader, while Gareth Shaw is in a tie for second on nine under.

In the Indonesian Masters, Darren Clarke is one over par and 12 shots off the lead after a third-round 72.

Clarke's level-par score on Saturday followed rounds of 70 and 75.

Japanese player Daisuke Kataoka leads on 11 under with Ernie Els just one shot behind.

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