Ladies and gentlemen, I give you.
As the highs and lows of the sporting year are considered, for the first time in a generation the exploits of England at football’s World Cup can be firmly planted in the former category.
Somewhat amazingly, we’re up to the 12th year of the Tee to Green Bungs, which apart from my marriage is maybe the longest I’ve stuck at anything.
A fog of indecision has descended meaning that this week’s festive offering - traditionally, T2G’s Player of the Year column - is a feeble compromise.
Tour de France champion Geraint Thomas has won the BBC Sports Personality of the Year award, beating Formula 1 champion Lewis Hamilton into second place, with England captain Harry Kane third.
A golf-mad boy was left “speechless” after the Open Championship trophy was put in his room for a surprise after school.
The path to Europe’s handsome 17 ½-10 ½ Ryder Cup victory was set when the team were at their lowest ebb – 3-0 down on the opening morning, believes captain Thomas Bjorn.
Francesco Molinari completed his perfect summer by clinching the point that most mattered, but like all the Europeans, he was all about the team that won the cup in Paris.
Riding the passion of the perennial Ryder Cup hero Ian Poulter beating the World No 1 and the new star Jon Rahm taking down the greatest of them all, Thomas Bjorn’s Europe withstood a mid-afternoon wobble to reclaim the Ryder Cup amid ecstatic scenes at Le Golf National.
Ryder Cup: Francesco Molinari and Tommy Fleetwood lead Europe to a four point lead for the Sunday singles
Inspired by the unbeaten “Moli-Wood” pairing of Open champion Francesco Molinari and Tommy Fleetwood, Europe will take a commanding four-point lead into the final day singles at the 42nd Ryder Cup after a another dominating day at Le Golf National near Paris.