The unheralded Simon Khan was the last man left standing in the BMW PGA Championship on a painful afternoon at Wentworth as all around him were floored by the new West Course.
This morning's letters discuss Dundee FC, energy, Britain, climate warnings and ferry links.
The warm weather brought the crowds out in force at Knockhill for what was hailed as "the best" motorshows in recent years.
Red-hot favourites Linlithgow Rose didn't wilt in the Rugby Park heat as they deservedly beat Largs Thistle and capture the Junior Cup.
Nissan really started something when they launched the Qashqai back in 2007.
No sooner have the saddle sores worn off from last weekend's 81-mile Etape Caledonia cycle race than organisers are urging enthusiasts to sign up for the 2011 event.
It's the land of the midnight sun, National Geographic think it's the best travel destination in the world, and it's only an hour's flight from Scotland.
An aspiring Perth author has put himself on the Scottish literary map by winning the 2010 Toulmin Prize for his short story, My Life Through Colin.
A well-known figure in Perthshire sporting and business circles has died.
Strathmore Primary School in Forfar hosted its inaugural mini Highland games in glorious sunshine.