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Paul Lawrie (left), presents the trophy to Kiradech Aphibarnrat following the Thai's Murcar win

Lawrie thrilled with inaugural event if not attendances

Marc Warren moves into the semi-finals at the Saltire Energy Paul Lawrie Matchplay

Cracking victory takes Warren into matchplay semis

Park life: Inbee Park with the Ricoh Women's British Open trophy after her three-shot win at Turnberry (Picture: Getty)

A magnificent seven as Park wins Women's British Open at Turnberry

Inaugural Salite Energy Paul Lawrie matchplay champion Kiradech Aphibarnrat of Thailand holds his trophy aloft

'Asian John Daly' shows his hero how with matchplay win

Hooray Henry: Scott Henry had his best finish of the season after taking second in the Madeira Islands Open (Picture: AP)

Henry and McArthur in top-three in Madeira but Scots can't catch flying Finn Kakko

In good company: Jin-Young Ko, and caddie Jeff Brighton, share the lead in Ricoh Women's British Open (Picture: Getty)

The Ko is rocking at Turnberry but it's not the expected gig in Women's British Open

Thailand's Kiradech Aphibranrat in action during his semi-final win over Marc Warren at the Saltire Energy Paul Lawrie Matchplay

Warren's bid to win matchplay ends at semi-final stage

Robert MacIntyre shows off his trophy

MacIntyre fights back to lift Scottish Amateur title

BLUE-SKY THINKING: Norway’s Suzann Pettersen leads the way after round two on the Ayrshire coast

Suzanne Pettersen avoids wind and rain to compile formidable second round tally in Women's Open at Turnberry

John McGinn (near right) has completed his move from St Mirren to Hibs

Hibernian sign John McGinn on four-year deal

A smiling Marc Warren is congratulated by Nicolas Colsaerts

Warren and Ramsay keep Saltire flying at matchplay

MacIntyre and Young will face off to decide Scottish Amateur champion

Marc Warren (left) accepts Fabrizio Zanotti's congratulations on the 16th green at Murcar

Top Scot Warren now favourite to win matchplay title

Marc Warren (left) accepts Fabrizio Zanotti's congratulations after seeing off the Paraguayan's challenge at Murcar

Scotland no.1 Warren is topped ranked player in last 16 at Paul Lawrie Matchplay

Chris Doak on his way to a second victory over his host at the Saltire Energy Paul Lawrie Matchplay

Doak sees off host at Paul Lawrie Matchplay

In his elements - Richie Ramsay lines up a putt at Murcar

Ramsay through to last 16 at Paul Lawrie Matchplay

Grant Forrest

Grant Forrest in ominous form as he sweeps into last-32 of Scottish Amateur

Route 66: Lydia Ko, the world No 2, is just a shot off the lead after a 66 on day one of the Women's British Open (Picture: PA)

Trump's circus trumps the Women's Open but Ko and company shine at Turnberry

Scotland's Grant Forrest looks dejected during play. (33752299)

Scottish Amateur: George Burns dumps top seed Forrest to land quarter-final spot

Battling Chris Doak has earned a clash with his host at the Saltire Energy Paul Lawrie Matchplay

Doak plots to take out host after hard fought win

Ewen Ferguson

Ferguson hopes to use Amateur Championship as springboard to Walker Cup berth

Salas stays true to her Mexican roots as Trump prepares to pitch up at Turnberry

Proper Charley: England's Charley Hull enjoys the sunshine ahead of this week's Women's British Open at Turnberry (Picture: Getty)

Teenager Hull hoping Turnberry will be child's play again in Women's British Open

John Daly suspects his image does not fit the bill for American Ryder Cup captaincy

'Wild Thing' reckons his countrymen need to be encouraged to let their hair down

Happy with his new status as Scottish number one - Marc Warren at Murcar ahead of the Saltire Energy Paul Lawrie Matchplay

Kind words exchanged by home contingent as 'Wild Thing' gets ready to let rip

Richie Ramsay in action at Crans-sur-Sierre a venue he reckons can, like the Saltire Energy Matchplay, help sell golf to new audiences

Fellow pro believes Lawrie's tournament is showing European golf the way forward

The Carnoustie finalist pulled back from two down through seven to win 3&2

Grant Forrest rallies through first round at Scottish Amateur

Marc Warren and Paul Lawrie are back in action on Scottish soil this week after playing together recently at the Open

Old man Lawrie feeling "cool" among the kids

Lost in transit: Stacy Lewis has been re-united wit her golf clubs ahead of the Ricoh Women's British Open at Turnberry (Picture: Getty)

Lost clubs and flat tyres, but Lewis is in the swing despite rocky road to Turnberry

Marco Dawson celebrates winning the 2015 Senior Open Championships at Sunningdale

Colin Montgomerie has to settle for third as unheralded Marco Dawson claims Senior Open glory at Sunningdale

Danny Willett of England holds the trophy after winning the Omega European Masters at Crans-sur-Sierre

Danny Willett savours Omega Masters glory

Fan fare: Spectators watch the Ladies Scottish Open at Dundonald. Now the men's Scottish Open could be set for the Ayrshire links (Picture: Getty)

Scottish Open could be set to go west as Dundonald shows it has the links effect.

Open for business: Donald Trump's Turnberry resort will host this week's Ricoh Women's British Open (Picture: Martin Shields)

A celebration of women's golf but Trump's tirade casts a shadow over Turnberry

Australia day: Rebecca Artis with the Aberdeen Asset Management Ladies Scottish Open trophy (Picture: Tristan Jones/LET)

Prize and plaudits for Artis-tic merit as Australian wins Ladies Scottish Open

Family fortunes: Jack McDonald is looking to emulate the success of his grandfather in the Scottish Amateur Championship at Muirfield

McDonald looking to add to the family silver in Scottish Amateur Championship

Wily Fox following in father's footsteps as he closes in on Challenge Tour title at Le Vaudreuil in France

On the up: Trish Johnson believes the Ladies European Tour is making financial strides (Picture: Getty)

A different ball game as Euro stars continue to cross the golfing divide

Ryan Fox made the cut at St Andrews during the Open and is flying again in France

Ryan Fox maintains lead in Le Vaudreuil Golf Challenge

Leading the way: Suzann Pettersen has a two shot lead going into the final round of the Ladies Scottish Open (Picture: Paul Severn)

Pettersen makes hay at Dundonald to lead Ladies Scottish Open

It's green for Ko as world No 2 shares lead at Ladies Scottish Open

SUNNINGDALE, ENGLAND - JULY 24:  Colin Montgomerie of Scotland walks back to the clubhouse following suspension of play due to heavy rain during the second round of the Senior Open Championship played at The Old Course, Sunningdale Golf Club on July 24, 2

Senior Open: Montgomerie well placed as rain halts play

epa04858928 Danny Willett of England tees off at the 16th hole during the second round of the Omega European Masters Golf Tournament in Crans-Montana, Switzerland, 24 July 2015.  EPA/PETER KLAUNZER (33136160)

European Masters: Imperious Willett in control with stunning 62

Status Ko: Lydia Ko, the world No 2, competes at this week's Ladies Scottish Open (Picture: Tristan Jones/LET)

Lydia Ko: the teenage superstar who still likes to stargaze

South Korean golfer ordered to return home to complete military service

Ernie Els did not come close to making an impact at St Andrews but he did share Tom Watson's last Open round with him. Picture: Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images

The Graham Spiers interview: Row over conditions was storm in a tea cup stuff says Ernie Els

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon poses with Rickie Fowler after his victory at the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open

Nicola Sturgeon calls for equal prize money in Scottish Opens

European Masters: Danny Willett picks up where he left off . . .

European Masters: Danny Willett picks up where he left off . . .

Miguel Angel Jimenez and Bernhard Langer, two of the eight joint leaders, shake hands on the 18th hole after the first round of the Senior Open at Sunningdale

Defending champion Langer among eight tied for lead at Senior Open

Scottish Boys Stroke-play Championship: Sandy Scott storms to victory

New Zealand's Ryan Fox lines up a putt during day one of The Open Championship 2015 at St Andrews, Fife. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Thursday July 16, 2015. See PA story GOLF Open. Photo credit should read: David Davies/PA Wire. RESTRICTIONS: E

Le Vaudreuil Golf Challenge: Flawless Fox smashes course record to lead by one

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