John Paterson, schooled in golf at least in the home of the game, stands in the way of Michael Lawrie this morning at the Scottish Boys Championship at Murcar Links.
Local amateur Keith Bowman has made such an impact in the Dunhill Links team event that the organisers decided he should be playing off the same tees as the pros.
Jordan Spieth is halfway towards an unprecedented calendar grand slam after winning his second major in succession with a thrilling victory in the 115th US Open.
You’re the first amateur to lead the Open going into the last round for 88 years but you don’t even end up winning the Silver Medal.
St Andrews Links Trust is taking over the management of all commercial Old Course tee times.
Championship favourite Sandy Scott was nearly perfect on his way into the last 32 of the Scottish Boys’ but seeds started to topple in the wind and rainswept Murcar Links yesterday.
Jordan Spieth is a hell of a nice lad, humble and self-deprecating. He and the sadly absent Rory McIlroy between them utterly demolish the idea that you can’t be a nice guy and still be a winner.
Seve Ballesteros probably didn’t need the unqualified adoration of British golf galleries to thrive.
Russell Knox thanked his “superstar” wife and his late coach Mike Flemming for lifting him to be the first Scottish winner of a World Golf Championship at the HSBC Champions event in China.
Tiger Woods smiled - not his usual, forced press conference smile - as he scanned a packed press room at St Andrews.