Top Scot hasn’t counted for that much on the European tour in recent seasons.
With Calum Hill’s primary goal for the season boxed off during a glorious summer, the Kinross golfer has a free hit at this week’s Alfred Dunhill Links Championship.
It’s not too dramatic to state the European Tour’s announcement yesterday is the most significant move against slow play in modern golf.
Calum Hill showed all week he belongs in the company of the European Tour elite – it’s just a question of getting there on a full-time basis.
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.
Who is the most-wanted draw on the European Tour right now? You’d have to go some to beat Grant Forrest over the last three rounds.
Calum Hill didn’t get the actual first prize in the Aberdeen Standards Investments Scottish Open qualifier at Longniddry, but he got the prize he felt counted most.
Calum Hill, fresh from his win in the Challenge Tour's Northern Ireland Open 10 days ago, has become the latest promising Scots professional to join the Bounce Sport stable.
Kinross’ Calum Hill will make his major championship debut in the 118th US Open next week after winning one of the sectional qualifying tournaments.