Golfers are been urged to take up half-an-hour of yoga a week if they want to significantly improve their swing.
Elliot Saltman is still the most physically imposing man in the field at the SSE Scottish Hydro Challenge at Spey Valley this week, but the big man’s a lot trimmer these days and his golf is better for it.
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.
In the end, it was almost easy. Great Britain and Ireland regained the Walker Cup with a wholly commanding performance and their record points total against a much-touted USA side on a glorious day at Royal Lytham and St Annes yesterday.
Sir Nick Faldo once described Fanny Sunesson as “the 15th club in my bag”.
A world-class field of golfers will team up with some of the biggest names from entertainment and sport at next week’s Alfred Dunhill Links Championship.
Jordan Spieth is a hell of a nice lad, humble and self-deprecating. He and the sadly absent Rory McIlroy between them utterly demolish the idea that you can’t be a nice guy and still be a winner.
Catriona Matthew, Scotland’s last major championship winner, will be giving both women and men amateur elite players the benefit of her great experience by joining Scottish Golf’s new performance team.
Amateur Calum Hill put his local knowledge to best use and qualified for the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open in dramatic fashion at North Berwick yesterday.
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.