Teenage amateur Sandy Scott got huge consolation for missing out on Scotland's European Team Championship side in Austria by securing a slot in the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open.
It’s no good, the urge to play devil’s advocate is just too strong. But I’m not driven by mischief, I just think there’s a lot more to yesterday’s rules policy change by the R&A and USGA than meets the (TV) eye.
Chris Kelly did have a little wobble as he promised, but eventually the Glasgow man pulled away to his third M&H Logsitics Scottish Professional Championship with a wire-to-wire win at the King’s Course at Gleneagles.
Even if you hadn’t been there before, it was quite simple to find your way to the Edinburgh International Conference Centre on Saturday morning.
Paul Casey will turn 40 sitting just one shot off the lead in The Open championship.
Jacket or jug?
Records. Dontcha just love ‘em? What do you mean it’s just us journalists?
Well, that escalated quickly. No sooner has Scottish Golf’s ambitious refinancing plan reached the clubs and we have some blunt reactions.
St Andrews’ Chloe Goadby completed her outstanding 2017 golf season with a historic achievement but has put her clubs away before gearing up for 2018.
So the handover took place, notably to a couple of 13-year-old young girl golfers from a group brought out to Iowa by VisitScotland rather than a fat man in a suit, and Scotland and Gleneagles is now the Solheim Cup host.