Tuesday Mar 4
Fat Tuesday: Worst chunks, chips in golf
Jean Van de Velde needed only a double bogey on the 72nd hole at Carnoustie to win the 1999 British Open.
Captain's role second best for Gallacher
When Paul Lawrie revealed his dilemma over whether to play in a European Tour event in Morocco to bolster his Ryder Cup qualifying bid or to go and watch Aberdeen in the League Cup final instead, Bernard Gallacher felt an immediate empathy.
Golfer Paul Lawrie to miss Morocco Open - so he can watch the Scottish League Cup final
The 1999 Open champion has made the decision despite desperately needing extra points to qualify for Europe's Ryder Cup team.
Airline come on board to help game take off
Beaming from ear to ear, like Richard Branson in a toothbrush factory, the PGA in Scotland's secretary unveiled a new, lucrative deal with Virgin Atlantic which, he hastened to add, "commences right now".
Every week a cup final for Lawrie
You could say it's a bit like Aberdeen fitba' club reaching a cup final these days.