Brian McFadden hit the "wrong notes" during the second round of the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship as he missed a very short putt. twice!
"St Andrews on a calm day gives you scoring opportunities", said Coetzee who equalled the course record here with a 62 in this tournament in 2012. "Kind of summed up my day", admitted McIlroy, having been "fined" for wearing a cap in the hotel breakfast room then losing to Johann Rupert, the man behind this event, in a "double or quits bet" out on the course.
Fleetwood holds a big lead in the Race to Dubai rankings despite playing in only one of the last seven tournaments on the European Tour.
"It felt good and my game still feels good, and I got onto the first tee still feeling confident with my swing and the win does take the pressure off you". Tyrrell tweeted after the first day of competition.
"I think this year has not been anywhere near as bad as the year I had in 2013 and I bounced back from that year pretty well the year after".
"After that Open, I knew I was going to have a professional career and it opened loads of doors for me". Hopefully I can do the same next year, I guess.
The Irishman, victor of last week's British Masters, opened with a five-under-par 67 at St Andrews to end day one of the three-course event in a share of the lead with Nicolas Colsaerts.
"I didn't feel I played that much differently [to closing with rounds of 64 and 63 to finish second behind Dunne in the British Masters]", said the 28-year-old afterwards.
"It was tricky enough out there". It's great to be back and good memories from past year.
"I would love to win a tournament".
"I feel that helped me the four days last year and looking forward to doing that again this year".
"In a golfing sense it has not been the year that I wanted but a lot of great things have happened to me off the golf course and 2017 will always be a year I remember because of that", he told a press conference at St Andrews on Wednesday.