[Scotsman] - With Bath's forwards coach Martin Haag also leaving the Recreation Ground, speculation was mounting last night that the English club have lined up South African Gary Gold, who replaced Alan Tait at Newcastle on a temporary contract, or the Australian
[Scotsman] - But MacRae and Kelly picked up the £900 top prize on a card play-off pipping Jason McCreadie/Robert Arnott, Alan Tait/Nigel Scott-Smith and Gareth Wright/David Patrick. More than 50 pairings took part in the event, with former European Tour player
[Scotsman (blog)] - Which is exactly why Alan Tait and Nigel Scott-Smith, two well-respected PGA pros, launched an independent circuit two years ago, the Xltec Tour becoming the Optical Express Tour and now, in the latest in a series of developments that are helping
[Scotsman] of giving aspiring Tour professionals ample opportunities to cut their competitive teeth has paved the way for a ground-breaking development for the Optical Express Pro Golf Tour, the Scottish-based circuit launched two years ago by Alan Tait.
[Scarborough Today] - Scarborough-born Falcons man Fearn thinks the Kingston Park club, guided by a new coaching set-up at the club with coach Alan Tait, currently on gardening leave, can avoid relegation, despite them sitting eight points adrift at the bottom.
[Journal Live] - With previous incumbent Alan Tait still on gardening leave at his Kelso home following the January passing of the parcel, Gold added: “We were not responsible for the team being in this position, but we are certainly putting everything we can into