'I'm looking forward to it," said Callum Macaulay as he prepared for this weekend's European Tour qualifying school final in Girona.
'I'm looking forward to it,\" said Callum Macaulay as he prepared for this weekend's European Tour qualifying school final in Girona.
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, writes Nick Rodger
Some would say expressing enthusiasm for this anguish-laden six-round scramble is a bit like harbouring a fondness for eye surgery without anaesthesia, but Macaulay is made of sterner stuff.
While many in the field will be going into the event, which tees off today, with waning morale having slipped off the main tour, Macaulay is in fine fettle after progressing through stage two of the process in third place at the El Valle resort earlier this month. With a strong card for the Challenge Tour tucked safely in his back pocket, the former Scottish Amateur champion has nothing to lose and everything to gain in north east Spain.
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