IF you're heading for Gleneagles next week to take in the sights, sounds and possibly the smells of the Ryder Cup, be prepared for a well-kent figure amid the throng roaring his lungs dry.
Rory McIlroy admitted he was looking forward to seeing the back of his golf clubs for a few days after failing to land a £7m jackpot in Atlanta.
Even Kim Hyo-Joo could hardly believe it as she holed a 15-foot birdie putt at the final hole and then stood back and saw Karrie Webb miss her par putt from 12 feet.
Kingussie's James Falconer will be back to the school books and studies this morning after helping his side end their eight-year wait for the Scottish Hydro Camanachd Cup.
THE two-time major winner Greg Norman said he was "damaged" but "lucky" to still have a left hand after a chainsaw accident on Saturday.
England's Paul Casey was "over the moon" with his performance in the KLM Open, but he was not the only one after a unique hole-in-one prize was claimed yesterday.
Fifty pence for a programme, a fiver for a season ticket?
RICHIE Ramsay goes into the final day of the KLM Open in second place after matching Friday's round with another 65.
Spain's Pablo Larrazabal carded a course-record 62 to claim a two-shot lead at the halfway stage of the KLM Open yesterday.
Brittany Lincicome had an immaculate 65 and led on 10-under-par 132 at the halfway stage of the Evian Championship in France.
We're teaming up with Kitbag, official retail partner of Ryder Cup Europe, to offer readers of The Herald, Sunday Herald, and heraldscotland.com an exclusive 10% discount on the fan range of gear for the tournament at Gleneagles.
South Korean teenager Kim Hyo Joo set the Evian Masters in France alight with a record-breaking first round of 10-under-par 61 yesterday.
Two leading players questioned why there was no ambulance on site after Fabrizio Zanotti was struck on the head by a ball in the KLM Open yesterday.
After a breakthrough season with wins in Holland and Germany, Scot Kylie Walker's reward is a debut appearance in today's Evian Championship in France, the fifth and final major of the women's season.
It was set to be the kind of shimmering, glamorous entrance not seen since a scantily-clad Ursula Andress rose from the waves in Dr No.