Helicopters circled noisily, Donald Trump mingled in a red cap that looked like it had been bought on the beach at Ayr and a man played “Flower of Scotland” on the tuba on the hotel steps.
Jordan Spieth has replaced Rory McIlroy as world number one after finishing second to Jason Day in the US PGA Championship.
Sir Nick Faldo once described Fanny Sunesson as “the 15th club in my bag”.
Jordan Spieth capped an unforgettable season in fitting style with victory in the Tour Championship to secure the FedEx Cup title and a massive payday in Atlanta.
Jordan Spieth’s done all that can have been reasonably asked of him, but he’s still asking more of himself.
Perth golfer Daniel Young has targeted the Walker Cup after making a stunning start to the amateur season.
Sons of famous Dads are often dismissive of the old man no matter his achievement, witness the player biographies at this year’s Scottish Boys Championship at Murcar.
Russell Knox thanked his “superstar” wife and his late coach Mike Flemming for lifting him to be the first Scottish winner of a World Golf Championship at the HSBC Champions event in China.
Jason Day survived a rollercoaster final round to complete a wire-to-wire victory in the Arnold Palmer Invitational and move above Rory McIlroy to second in the world rankings.
Given all that’s gone on this week, it was almost inevitable we’d be talking about Thorbjorn Olesen falling off a camel.