It has been a season of indvidual success for Bradley Neil but the Blairgowrie teenager is gearing up for team mode as Scotland's amateurs open their assault in the Eisenhower Trophy in Japan this week.
Back in my country seat at the weekend - and by that I mean my mam's delightful terraced hoose, not some baronial pile plonked amid a sprawling acreage of roaming stags and shuffling serfs - it was clear that there was only one show in town.
As the man at the helm of a company that deals with more than £300bn worth of global assets, Martin Gilbert has already stated that his firm, Aberdeen Asset Management, will take a neutral stance in the fevered build-up to the referendum.
SCOTLAND'S Kylie Walker shot a 68 to finish day two in a share of second behind Dewi Claire Schreefel of the Netherlands, who carded a second round of 70 at Vasatorps Golfklubb, in Sweden's Helsingborg Open.
Paul McGinley called himself "a very lucky man" after Europe's Ryder Cup captain dipped into an overflowing selection box before opting for Ian Poulter, Lee Westwood and Stephen Gallacher as his wildcard picks today.
Colin Montgomerie completed a dominant defence of his Travis Perkins Masters title, his 10-stroke victory yesterday at Woburn Golf Club extending his list of record-breaking achievements on the European Senior Tour.