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.
Gregor Townsend likes an adventurous selection – “Toonie Tombola”, when he would find ever more unlikely ways to fashion a team different to his last, was a favourite feature of his days at Glasgow.
The USGA have gone back to what they know. Not surprisingly with the dark blue blazers, there are decidedly mixed feelings about this.
Ireland’s John Murphy continued the Emerald Isle’s recent strong record in the St Andrews Links Trophy with a dramatic play-off win on the Old Course over Germany’s Jannick de Bruyn.
Drumoig’s Connor Syme drained monster a 50 foot birdie putt on the final green at the Shot Clock Masters in Austria to secure his best finish so far in his rookie European Tour season and leap 100 more than places in the rankings.
Euan Walker has been coming to St Andrews “for years and years” but has never seen the New Course play as fast and fiery as it did in the first round of the St Andrews Links Trophy.
Former St Andrews University student Gabrielle MacDonald will attempt to win her second title while Gemma Batty will be going for a unique English-Scottish double in the final of Scottish Women’s Chanpionship at Elie this morning.
Chloe Goadby finally ended her matchplay jinx at the Scottish Women’s Championship while defending champion Connie Jaffrey made a shock early exit at the last 16 stage at Golf House Club Elie.
In-form Chloe Goadby led the qualifiers into the matchplay stages of the Scottish Women’s Championship at Elie but with a host of potential title challengers at her shoulder.