Sir Nick Faldo will return to the scene of where his illustrious career maybe reached its peak when the 2018 Senior Open presented by Rolex is played for the first time on the Old Course, St Andrews in July.
Glasgow will need their “best game of the season” to beat Scarlets in Friday’s Guinness PRO14 semi-final, because they can be sure the champions will play theirs, believes Tommy Seymour.
With his name now emblazoned on a bottle of the national drink, there’s not much left for Paul Lawrie to achieve in honour of his home country, except for one remaining prize unclaimed.
Scotland hooker Scott Lawson will retire from playing after a distinguished career both sides of the border at the end of the season and will be the new Director of Rugby at the University of St Andrews.
Gregor Townsend’s mind fluctuated briefly but he stuck to his plan to give a whole swathe of experienced players the summer off and only two players over 30 years of age will tour with Scotland to Canada, the USA and Argentina in June.
International eligibility has become “a competitive market” with nations battling for up and coming names who are dual-qualified, believes Scotland coach Gregor Townsend.
Harlequins stand-off James Lang is the surprise selection among six uncapped players for Scotland’s three-test summer tour of North and South America announced today.
One of Tayside’s most prestigious male-only golf clubs has voted to admit women “with immediate effect” after a unanimous vote of its membership.
Two women’s teams battled into the knockout stages of the European Tour’s GolfSixes as Scotland tumbled out early in front of large crowds and glorious sunshine in St Albans.
Richie Ramsay is taking GolfSixes seriously alright, as he attempts to go one better than last year’s semi-final defeat.