You can be pretty sure that if Lee Westwood says anything controversial in the build-up to the Ryder Cup it will be on the say-so of his captain.
Darren Clarke’s Ryder Cup picks got everyone talking and the same has been the case for Davis Love III.
We should know by now never to take anything for granted as far as Andy Murray is concerned.
Maybe the fairest way for the Ryder Cup teams to be put together would be to do away with the captain’s picks.
Picking a top three out of a sensational Olympics for Great Britain in Rio is no easy job.
The British cycling team has been given the ultimate compliment by some of their rivals.
All Olympic Games seem to have a news story in the background in the build-up.
Just when you think that sport had hit rock bottom as far as drug-taking is concerned, you soon discover that it can go even lower.
Whether you think that Rory McIlroy’s club-throwing (and club-breaking) incident on Saturday would have happened even if he was on the top of his game, it’s hard to get away from the impression that he isn’t the happiest of young men just now.
Is there anybody out there who thinks Andy Murray made the wrong move by going back to Ivan Lendl?