Scotland’s Marc Warren played himself on, off and back on to the European Tour all in the space of a crazy hour at Lumine in Spain as he came through the European Tour’s torturous Qualifying School Final with his playing rights intact.
The brave new world of world golf is suddenly on the horizon.
Okay, it wasn’t the worst European Tour season ever for Scotland in the end. But we got too close for comfort.
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.
Twice champion Greig Hutcheon took over at the head of the field at the halfway stage as defending champion Chris Kelly went from six shots ahead to six behind on the second day of the M&H Logistics Scottish PGA Championships at Gleneagles.
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.
The British Masters, won in typically native weather by the admirable Eddie Pepperell at beautiful Walton Heath at the weekend, is a microcosm of the present state of the European Tour.
There’s just oo much going on in the world of golf for my distracted mind to focus on one specific subject so it’s time for one of the occasional columns of whimsical miscellany...
Lucas Bjerregaard wasn’t going to be denied his triumphant walk up the Old Course’s 18th at St Andrews despite the weather-defying re-structuring of the schedule on the final day of the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship, and it turned out to be even more memorable than he’d hoped.