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.
Edinburgh are in the happy position of putting out their strongest team every week as they make a last-gasp run for the Guinness PRO14 play-offs and feel they can beat the best team of anyone left in the competition.
Maybe it’s because it was Superbowl week, or the 6 Nations starting up, But golf seemed as if it desperately wanted to get noticed last week.
Zander Fagerson and Fraser Brown could be pitched straight into Scotland’s opening Guinness Six Nations meeting with Italy despite being out injured for several weeks.
Rory McIlroy is the “anti-Koepka” in style, and believes a relaxed and carefree “smell the roses” approach at Royal Portrush will suit him far better than a fierce focus.
Royal Portrush could get the Open again within five years after the huge financial success of the first championship in Northern Ireland for nearly 70 years.
Eighteen quarter-final appearances against just three is a measurement of how big a shock it would be for Edinburgh to overcome Munster in their Heineken Cup quarter-final, believes Richard Cockerill.
Carnoustie could attract and handle a total crowd of 200,000 in future Open Championships, believes R&A chief executive Martin Slumbers, giving a clear indication that the Angus course remains firmly in their plans.
Padraig Harrington has always been a tinkerer, and the Irishman’s been true to form with his first major Ryder Cup captaincy decision to reduce the number of Team Europe wildcards to three.
On the eighth day, the Glasgow Warriors rested – and that could be crucial in the Guinness PRO14 final, believes head coach Dave Rennie.