A precious pair of 18th hole birdies in the gloaming at Gleneagles rescued the USA from a potential three-point deficit and kept the 16th Solheim Cup on a knife-edge going into the second day with Europe leading by a single point.
Legendary St Andrews caddie’s links with Arnold Palmer and Tony Lema celebrated by golf shop during Senior Open
Legendary St Andrews born and bred golf caddie James “Tip” Anderson, who helped American stars Arnold Palmer and Tony Lema to win three Open Championships between them, is being remembered by one of the town’s golf shops during the staging of the Senior Open this week.
Tiger Woods has to figure out a way to play less and win more – because if he plays more “I won’t be out here that long”.
George Burns used to be Robert MacIntyre’s foursomes partner in Under-16 golf, but while the University of St Andrews graduate has been watching Scotland’s new star make his way on the European Tour, he’s happy to have taken more time before giving golf his full attention.
Thomas Bjorn’s Team Europe didn’t turn the screw so much as drive it into the heart of American hopes with another dominant session on the second morning of the Ryder Cup in Paris.
Andrew Thomson’s thoughts as he hit a ball from perfect position on the fourth fairway at Rosemount during the quarter-final of the Scottish Amateur Championship were simple enough.
Thomas Bjorn is going on the “tried and tested” evidence of the past in giving Sergio Garcia a wildcard for the Ryder Cup in Paris later this month.
He has been a professional for over a decade, won big tournaments on both sides of the Atlantic and carried the tag of ‘Scottish number one’ for a few of those seasons on tour.
A year on from missing out on qualifying for the Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open by a whisker, Perthshire’s Calum Hill has completed his first year back in Europe by working his way into contention at The Renaissance.
Solheim Cup 2019: Suzann Pettersen’s final putt wins the Solheim for Catriona Matthew and Europe on an epic Sunday at Gleneagles
Suzann Pettersen, regarded by most as a risky wildcard pick by captain Catriona Matthew, delivered the most dramatic Solheim Cup victory possible for Europe by holing the final putt of a fluctuating weekend’s play at Gleneagles.