IT took months of planning and preparation to put on one of the world's biggest sporting shows, which organisers said reached more than 500 million homes across the world.
ONE of the world's most dynamic economic hubs has been reaching out to Scotland during the Ryder Cup, in search of trade and partnerships.
Rory McIlroy, the World No.1, has played down the impression that he played kingmaker ahead of the Ryder Cup, but appreciates that his voice was heard as Paul McGinley was picked to captain the European side.
There have been a lot of nonsensical haverings uttered down the years.
It was hard to know what was going through Tom Watson's mind as Phil Mickelson launched his scathing attack on the American team captain at Gleneagles on Sunday evening.