Scotland’s Marc Warren played himself on, off and back on to the European Tour all in the space of a crazy hour at Lumine in Spain as he came through the European Tour’s torturous Qualifying School Final with his playing rights intact.
Okay, it wasn’t the worst European Tour season ever for Scotland in the end. But we got too close for comfort.
We’ll miss her when she’s gone. No, correct that, we’re probably going to miss her while she’s still there.
Great Britain ended the first day of the European Team Championships with a 90 per cent success rate, which in any other discipline in Glasgow 2018 would be cause for celebratory cartwheels.
Stephen Gallacher pulled into the closing straight of the final round of the Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open suddenly in a race for something, but a packed field ahead of him.
A new course record - at least for a few hours - in a Rolex Series event, on home turf and a place in the top 10 going into the weekend…could yesterday be the day when Connor Syme properly arrived on the European Tour?
Bradley Neil’s attempt to reboot his game and rookie European Tour season survived a traumatic moment at Gullane but left him in decent position after the first round.
Halfway through his debut European Tour season, Connor Syme is in sight of his main goal, but this week offers a real opportunity to press on beyond it.
Drumoig’s Connor Syme drained monster a 50 foot birdie putt on the final green at the Shot Clock Masters in Austria to secure his best finish so far in his rookie European Tour season and leap 100 more than places in the rankings.
Bradley Neil and Connor Syme got off to a flying start in this week’s European Tour event in Austria.