Inverness golfer Russell Knox has confirmed he will tee it up in this summer’s Scottish Open at The Renaissance Club.
Press and Journal columnist Stephen Gallacher did not allow his near miss of an Open spot cloud his satisfaction finishing tied in ninth at the Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open.
Aberdeen Standard Investments chief executive Martin Gilbert says lower crowd figures could jeopardise the prospect of the Scottish Open returning to the north of Scotland.
South Africa’s Brandon Stone came agonisingly close to becoming the first European Tour player to shoot a 59 as he claimed the Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open at Gullane yesterday.
Kirkcaldy’s Connor Syme set the Gullane composite course record with an eight-under-par second round of 62 at the Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open yesterday – only for it to be broken by a further shot by Japan’s Hideto Tanihara eight hours later.
Grantown’s Duncan Stewart is targeting a place at next week’s Open at Carnoustie to secure an overdue reunion with his close friend Russell Knox.
Englishman Robert Rock has a healthy two-shot lead at the halfway stage of the Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open at Gullane with an overall score of 13-under-par.
Kirkcaldy’s Peter Whiteford cast aside issues with arthritis in both hips by recording an opening five-under-par round of 65 which leaves him just a shot off the lead at the Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open.
Five-time major winner Phil Mickelson has expressed his regret at his conduct both on and off the course during last month’s US Open at Shinnecock Hills.
American Luke List leads the way after day one of the Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open following an opening seven-under-par round of 63 at Gullane.
America’s Rickie Fowler has taken little time to familiarise himself with the scene of his 2015 triumph at Gullane after returning for this week’s Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open.
Grantown’s Duncan Stewart is targeting a season-changing display in the Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open at Gullane.
Inverness golfer Russell Knox is determined not to be distracted by the incentive of a Ryder Cup place in September.
Masters champion Patrick Reed has been thrilled to take the acclaim of the Scottish golf supporters despite playing the role of pantomime villain at the Ryder Cup in Gleneagles in 2014.
Englishman Justin Rose is nearing 20 years since turning professional however the one-time major winner feels there is still room for improvement.
Defending champion Rafa Cabrera-Bello is driven by triumphant memories of 12 months ago as he bids to become the first player to retain the Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open at Gullane this week.
The Scottish Open will return to Castle Stuart in 2016 but don't expect to see Rory McIlroy there.
Russell Knox thoroughly enjoyed his first professional tournament in his homeland and can't wait to return for next year's Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open at Gullane.