"It just doesn’t feel right" appears to be the most significant argument one hears about golf’s new, quick-hit, four-month “high-season”.
Michael Alexander looks back on 35 consecutive years of Alfred Dunhill golf events in St Andrews.
Somehow we’ve made it T2G’s 13th annual Bungs, our (largely unchanged down the years) celebration of the year’s golf.
We've known in golf that times like this were coming, but that doesn't make it any easier to take.
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.
Sam Locke is becoming his own man, plotting his way around Royal Portrush without the advice and oversight of his mentor Paul Lawrie, before both play in the 148th Open Championship at Royal Portrush.
Callum Macaulay’s “positive but realistic” decision to give up professional golf has allowed him to recover his enjoyment of the game as he reached the last 16 of the Scottish Amateur Championship at Crail.
George Burns used to be Robert MacIntyre’s foursomes partner in Under-16 golf, but while the University of St Andrews graduate has been watching Scotland’s new star make his way on the European Tour, he’s happy to have taken more time before giving golf his full attention.
Shane Lowry and JB Holmes look a bit alike – well-built, not gym rats for sure, both bearded and not the sort to be seen in the ubiquitous Ultramarine blues or designer splatter shirts being worn by their contemporaries at the 148th Open at Royal Portrush.
Thank goodness, the silly season (for as much as it ever stops in golf) is over. There’s some proper, competitive stuff to get our teeth into.