Robert MacIntyre’s brilliant finish in the Betfred British Masters proves that he’s ready to take the next step, believes tournament host and Ryder Cup hero Tommy Fleetwood.
The rather unloved, sometimes even largely unnoticed PGA Championship has moved to May, and regular T2G readers will know we think this is an all-round good thing.
Matt Wallace isn’t exactly impatient, but the new English threat is putting everything in place to take the next step.
Richie Ramsay doesn’t look much like Fred Flintstone, but “caveman golf” is the key to him being just one off the lead in the Betfred British Masters.
Tommy Fleetwood is an amenable sort who won’t much mind being upstaged at the Betfred British Masters he’s hosting this week, especially because it’s after just one round and the identity of the lad who did the upstaging.
Richie Ramsay kept coming back to the tournament director’s office at the Betfred British Masters, just to put his mind at rest.
Padraig Harrington has always been a tinkerer, and the Irishman’s been true to form with his first major Ryder Cup captaincy decision to reduce the number of Team Europe wildcards to three.
Richie Ramsay is pondering a world without European Tour golf, just as it seems there’s a coterie of new Scots coming on board to join him.
Lee Westwood was at Anfield on Tuesday night for “one of those occasions you can tell the grandkids `I was there’” but he can relate to comebacks generally these days.
It’s May, and the European Tour is this week finally being played...in Europe.