The only Scot in European colours this week is going to be calm and cool to keep a check on his boss, who he calls “a bit crackers at times”.
Paul Lawrie may be missing the return of the Open to Carnoustie but the 1999 champion got a real tonic for his injury absence with son Craig moving just two rounds away from taking his place in the 147th championship.
Many a golfer will have dreamed about holing a 40-foot putt on the 18th on an Open Sunday.
Greig Hutcheon thinks he might have a future in this maddening game after all as he held on for his third M&H Logisitics Scottish PGA Championship title ahead of both O’Hara brothers at Gleneagles yesterday.
The M&H Logistics Scottish Professional Championship is poised for a thrilling finish on the King’s Course at Gleneagles today as the field bunched together laving Paul O’Hara and Greig Hutcheon as co-leaders.
Chris Kelly tightened his grip on the M&H Logistics Scottish PGA Championship title right out of the gates at Gleneagles by leaving the field scrambling again from the first round on the King’s Course.
Hundreds of children will leave school these next few weeks with not a clue about what they want to do with their lives. Craig Boath never had that problem.
Sir Nick Faldo’s plan for St Andrews this week is simple – try to enjoy the Senior Open, and get the precise measurements for the short eleventh.
A glance of the singles draw for Sunday’s play in the 42nd Ryder Cup makes one reasonably optimistic for the USA that they could overhaul Europe’s four point lead.