“God’s own country.” It’s a bold claim, and one that Yorkshire works tirelessly to make sure we don’t forget. But it can be tiresome to hear about rolling moors, up-and-coming cities and tea bags on repeat. And while England’s largest county has a lot to be divinely proud of, look west instead, to the red rose of Lancashire, and you’ll find its humble rival – largely untouched by tourism and grounded in its own self belief. Humility never meant weakness.
Cervinia boasts a good choice of independent restaurants, sustained by the comparatively high numbers of self-caterers and guests on B&B board. There are also plenty of hotels that open their often excellent dining rooms to non-residents.
Rory McIlroy was at the centre of a furious row as emotions boiled over at the Ryder Cup in Rome.McIlroy and teammate Matt Fitzpatrick lost their fourball match to Patrick Cantlay’s dramatic long putt on the 18th green, and the Northern Irishman was visibly unhappy with Cantlay’s caddie, Joe lacava, who celebrated wildly towards European fans who had been teasing his player all day, and the two had tense words as they shook hands.Sky Sports Golf