Scotland’s 2018 European Tour season, as we detailed a year ago at this time, was pretty much a disaster narrowly avoided.
Considering he was the last man to gain entry into the PGA at Wentworth off the reserve list, subsequent back-to-back top 10 finishes have made it a fantastic fortnight for Richie Ramsay.
Top Scot hasn’t counted for that much on the European tour in recent seasons.
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.
Edoardo Molinari will be in either of two picturesque if very different seaside ports next week – Portrush or Portofino.
Robert MacIntyre’s brilliant finish in the Betfred British Masters proves that he’s ready to take the next step, believes tournament host and Ryder Cup hero Tommy Fleetwood.
Sweden’s Marcus Kinhult responded to Robert MacIntyre’s fabulous finish at Hillside with his own to snatch away the Betfred British Masters title from the young Scot in a thrilling finale at Hillside.
Richie Ramsay doesn’t look much like Fred Flintstone, but “caveman golf” is the key to him being just one off the lead in the Betfred British Masters.
Richie Ramsay kept coming back to the tournament director’s office at the Betfred British Masters, just to put his mind at rest.