Scott Jamieson fuming over 'lost' clubs

2016 06 Scott Jamieson
SCOTT JAMIESON

Scottish golfer Scott Jamieson fumed at Air France after the airline company lost his clubs en route to the French Open.


The 32-year-old, who competed in Final Open Qualifying at Gailes Links on Tuesday, flew out to Paris yesterday for the European Tour event at Le Golf National, but his clubs were left behind in Edinburgh as the plane had ‘too much fuel onboard’.

Jamieson then took to Twitter to show his disgust at the airline company’s service.





Before his round, and with still no sign of the clubs, he tweeted:

It left the Scot having to play the opening round on Thursday without his own set – and he looked to be having a solid round at level par through 14 holes until a triple-bogey at 15 and bogey at 17 put him back to four-over-par. And, after his round, Jamieson still had no answer.





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