Thailand's Thongchai Jaidee was devastated to have missed the cut at The Open after finishing eight over par on Friday, and immediately flew to London to head back to his homeland.
1999 Open champion Paul Lawrie was equally sad, and drove straight back up to Aberdeen and went out to walk his dog.
Jaidee, one of Asia's finest ever professional golfers, thought his day had gone from bad to worse when he was told the flight he'd planned to catch at Heathrow was full.
Then, however, mother nature stepped in. Blazing sunshine and strong winds saw The Open competitors blown off the course atRead More »from Jaidee and Lawrie make cut while boarding plane and walking dog