This time next week the Ryder Cup will be underway.
It’s taken a while, with the new season just about to start, but the full British Curling programme for the new season has now been announced.
We shouldn’t be surprised that Scotland did a fantastic job of staging the European Championships.
Even if he doesn’t hit another ball, Tiger Woods has already done better in his latest comeback than I thought possible.
It’s been hard work working for the The Open’s social media operation but I’ve really enjoyed it.
It feels like the start of a new era, with our team changes for next year being announced.
It was great news for curling and for me personally to hear that our funding hasn’t just been preserved, it’s actually been increased, for the next four-year Olympic cycle.
A lot of people will think Phil Mickelson’s apology is too little too late and a lot of people will think he doesn’t mean it anyway.
The tennis legacy in Scotland that the Murray family have been fighting so hard for looks to have been secured.
Nobody could accuse the European Tour of being afraid of change.