Craig is edged out
Cambuslang man Craig Ross was among the Scottish golfers who struggled in the match play stages at the British Amateur Championship.
The Kirkhill member carded an eagle and 10 birdies over two days to edge into the second round but that is where his stay in the competition ended.
Craig, 24, lost by one hole to Daniel O’Loughlin of England in a disappointing tournament for Scottish golfers at Royal St George’s, Kent.
Robert MacIntyre and Ryan Lumsden were the last Scots left in the mix but exited in the fourth round.
England’s Harry Ellis secured a place at next month’s Open after winning the 122nd Amateur Championship in dramatic fashion by beating Dylan Perry.
The 21-year-old defeated the Australian on the second hole in a sudden death play-off.