This golfing year hasn’t been Stephen Gallacher’s finest. Not by a long drive.
Impressive recent form and impressive Old Course form make Paul Casey a man to watch in this year’s Open Championship.
Catriona Matthew, Scotland’s last major championship winner, will be giving both women and men amateur elite players the benefit of her great experience by joining Scottish Golf’s new performance team.
Unsung heroes of the Old Course – ‘He was banging and banging trying to straighten the scissors. You couldn’t make it up!’
There’s a distinctly autumnal nip in the air when I arrive at the St Andrews Links Trust’s Jubilee Sheds around a half mile out the West Sands road at the agreed rendezvous time of 5.45am.
In the end, it was almost easy. Great Britain and Ireland regained the Walker Cup with a wholly commanding performance and their record points total against a much-touted USA side on a glorious day at Royal Lytham and St Annes yesterday.
The best field in the history of the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open next month is going to continue the legacy of last year’s Ryder Cup, believes leading home player Stephen Gallacher.
A bit of Shevchenko stardust helped Stephen Gallacher produce one of his best rounds of the season.
The excitement of the Open has been captured on canvas.
The winner of the Open Championship will earn more than a million pounds for the first time ever when he lifts the coveted Claret Jug at St Andrews on Sunday.
There will be 156 golfers competing in The Open Championship.