Records. Dontcha just love ‘em? What do you mean it’s just us journalists?
Football is a gentlemen's game played by rogues while rugby is a rogues' game played by gentlemen.
To be honest, it’s been a tough few weeks of hard work at the rugby, and it would be have been so, so easy. Many of you might not even have noticed, such is my habit of repeating myself.
St Andrews headstone will finally mark the last resting place of three times Open Champion Jamie Anderson
He was the 19th century professional golfer from St Andrews who won the Open Championship three times yet died destitute in the Thornton Poorhouse before being buried in an unmarked St Andrews grave.
Even if you hadn’t been there before, it was quite simple to find your way to the Edinburgh International Conference Centre on Saturday morning.
Well, that escalated quickly. No sooner has Scottish Golf’s ambitious refinancing plan reached the clubs and we have some blunt reactions.
You can pick your friends, but not your family. Team Europe are desperately distancing themselves from an incendiary article penned by Danny Willett’s brother which described American golf fans as “cretins”.
Rory McIlroy was outwardly confident, but the inference was pretty clear when told his odds for the Open Championship this week.
Australian exile Josh Greer took out another two Scottish Boys squad players while the shocks at Scotscraig finally hit the Girls Championship at the semi-final stage.
In these days where the golfing “close season” amounts to just four days, it barely gives your poor columnist any time to stop and take stock.