Will the Scots at Royal Birkdale be a Magnificent Seven? Courier Sports Editor Eric Nicolson assesses their chances at the 146th Open Championship.
Richie Ramsay needs to “walk with a strut” if he is to build on an encouraging Open championship.
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.
With an Aberdonian in touching distance of the halfway lead at The Open, it’s probably just as well that this is Royal Birkdale 2017 rather than Carnoustie 2018.
Scottish Golf want to run the tee-time booking system for every golf club in the country to plough resources back into the game.
Given his situation earlier this year, no wonder Ian Poulter looks so pleased with himself right now.
Gareth Wright “took his eye off the ball” this season in domestic golf but finished it with his second national title in three years by beating Paul O’Hara in a playoff in the M&H Logistics Scottish Professional Championship.
When you’re a superstar millionaire golfer and the venue for your next tournament is just 86 miles as the crow flies from home, you just helicopter it, right?
Paul Casey will turn 40 sitting just one shot off the lead in The Open championship.
Danny Willett believes his experience of some US fans at Hazeltine proved that his brother Pete’s infamous article was “in fact correct”.