Do you like golf? Duh. Do you like working outside? Maybe? Well, St. Andrews might just have the perfect job opening for you.
Rayhan Thomas will now reassess ahead of the 123rd staging of The Amateur Championship to be held at Royal Aberdeen and Murcar Links from June 18-23.
Rayhan Thomas has made an impressive - albeit topsy-turvy - start to his European summer campaign, firing himself into early contention at the prestigious St Andrews Trophy in Scotland.
Rayhan Thomas may have won a professional title as an amateur and be the joint holder of a world record for the most consecutive birdies (nine) in a pro event, but his latest honour might just top it all.
Things are changing at the Old Course at St. Andrews, or seem to be.
Meet the Dubai amateur gunning for a round with his boyhood hero Tom Watson
The Open Championship, especially when conducted in Scotland, is notorious for the weather factoring into the contest. But we doubt this year’s field will face anything this extreme.
Just like the 150th Open Championship, the Home of Golf has again proved a fitting venue to mark the occasion of the 100th Walker Cup.
The 150th Open Championship is going to the Old Course at St. Andrews in 2021 but so far there is no hint of the Ailsa course at Turnberry (owned by one Donald J. Trump) justifying its current place on the 10-strong rota.
The R&A finally made official on Monday what everyone basically understood: the Open Championship will return to the Old Course at St. Andrews in 2021 as part of the celebration of the championship’s 150th playing.
A future without the Old Course at St. Andrews? Or Royal Troon? According to a new report, it’s a reality golf fans could potentially face in the wake of data about the impact of global warming.