Austria’s Bernd Weisberger finally ended the scoring frenzy at the Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open as the clock ticked towards 9 pm by denying France’s Benjamin Hebert a Bastille Day triumph in a three-hole play-off at The Renaissance Club.
The Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open is likely to be back at The Renaissance Club for a second successive year in 2020, with any faults at the venue “easily solvable”, according to ASI chairman Martin Gilbert.
St Andrews’ Paul Ellison will take part in a history-making event at Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open this morning when he plays in the first of the European Tour’s new partnership with the European Disability Golfer’s Association (EDGA).
A year on from missing out on qualifying for the Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open by a whisker, Perthshire’s Calum Hill has completed his first year back in Europe by working his way into contention at The Renaissance.
Rory McIlroy and Ian Poulter are both trying to stay undercover ahead of Royal Portrush next week – but neither has ever been very good at doing that.
Edoardo Molinari will be in either of two picturesque if very different seaside ports next week – Portrush or Portofino.
The partners of the Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open make much play of their attachment to links as an attraction to top players looking for a seaside tune-up ahead of the Open, but the message seems to be getting mixed.
Who is the most-wanted draw on the European Tour right now? You’d have to go some to beat Grant Forrest over the last three rounds.
Rickie Fowler found the shinty stick to “have a little more drag on it” than the clubs he’s used to, but he entered into the spirit of his 14-club Challenge at the Scottish Open with Robert MacIntyre and was a gracious loser.
Rory McIlroy is the “anti-Koepka” in style, and believes a relaxed and carefree “smell the roses” approach at Royal Portrush will suit him far better than a fierce focus.