Michele Thomson and Meghan Maclaren started their week at Gleneagles as the self-proclaimed “under-the-radar” Great Britain team but left the European Team Championships as the only home team with two medals.
The “underdog” girls from Great Britain are into the semi-finals of the European Team Championship at Gleneagles as all three men’s teams crashed out on a day of soggy confusion on the PGA Centenary Course.
We’ll miss her when she’s gone. No, correct that, we’re probably going to miss her while she’s still there.
Great Britain ended the first day of the European Team Championships with a 90 per cent success rate, which in any other discipline in Glasgow 2018 would be cause for celebratory cartwheels.
Connor Syme and Liam Johnston go way back to putting competitions on the practice green at Dumfries and County Golf Club when they weren’t yet in their teens, so they were an obvious combination for the European Team Championships at Gleneagles.
Georgia Hall’s one concession to escaping her new found status as the golden girl of British golf was to turn her phone off for a couple of hours for some respite from the beeps and buzzes of congratulations and goodwill messages.
It says all you need to know about Georgia Hall that she was at Gleneagles yesterday to begin preparation for the European Team Championships.
Euan McIntosh’s explanation of his preparation for winning the Scottish Amateur Championship at 49 sounded like the opening line to a lament – maybe “Old Golfer’s Blues”.
Andrew Thomson’s thoughts as he hit a ball from perfect position on the fourth fairway at Rosemount during the quarter-final of the Scottish Amateur Championship were simple enough.
Scottish Rugby have secured new deals with head coach Gregor Townsend and his entire backup coaching team until 2021, setting a stable foundation beyond the World Cup in Japan next year.