Team Europe captain Catriona Matthew stressed her team would have taken a point lead after one day of the 16th Solheim Cup at Gleneagles, but conceded that she would have preferred it to be more.
Even on a rare day of sunshine and reasonably clear skies, the Sword of Damocles that is the summer weather of 2019 was held precariously over the opening day of the Aberdeen Standards Ladies Scottish Open.
Justin Rose thinks winning both the big Opens would “be a lovely pair, no doubt” and he feels that the next major – of he can do it – will change him.
Juli Inkster, the three-time US Solheim Cup captain and seven-time major championship winner, is a treasure of golf, not just of the native country of which she is so proud.
Golf’s contentious rules overhaul “hasn’t gone as smoothly as I would have liked” but in the end will be recognised as being good for the game, says R&A chief executive Martin Slumbers.
It rained yesterday, it's forecast to rain today, Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday if we're extended into an extra day like 2015. Pay attention to guys who look good in a rain suit.
Captain Juli Inkster saw an already raw US Solheim Cup team get even more inexperienced overnight, but typically sees it as positive challenge rather than a disadvantage.
Richie Ramsay doesn’t look much like Fred Flintstone, but “caveman golf” is the key to him being just one off the lead in the Betfred British Masters.
Solheim Cup 2019: Catriona Matthew’s ‘dream come true’ as Suzann Pettersen’s last shot wins Solheim Cup
Catriona Matthew cannot improve on winning the Solheim Cup as captain on her home soil – and neither can heroine Suzann Pettersen improve on clinching it for her friend.
Danielle Kang won’t be hushing anyone up at the Solheim Cup, because she wants a hostile atmosphere and even the boos if they come.