Rory McIlroy: has had to withdraw from the Scottish Open due to ankle injury. Photograph: Charles McQuillan/Getty Images.

(...) relatively flat course, and it is also a links that he knows intimately. Although not ideal if unable to play(...)

A protester holds a sheet with the Greek word for ‘No’ during an open house presentation of Germany’s conservative Christian Democratic Union (CDU) party  in Berlin, while German chancellor Angela Merkel speaks in the background. Photograph: Getty Images

Gabriel, his SPD flat-lining in polls, is not at the EU negotiating table nor has he an interest in(...)

Serena Williams beat sister Venus in straight sets to reach the last eight at Wimbledon. Photograph: Getty

(...) was able to produce magical shots, which left her sister’s racket flapping in the breeze, she hit flat(...)

(...) have to kill her.” One raider put her hand flat on a counter top and threatened to cut her finger off(...)

(...) comet has a black hydrocarbon crust overlaying ice, smooth icy “seas”, and flat-bottomed craters(...)

Spectators try to cool off with cold water on the side of the street during first stage of the 2015 Tour de France in Utrecht, Netherlands. Photograph: Marcel van Hoorn/EPA

(...) first road stage of the Tour ended up being a tough one; it was completely flat but, due to some really(...)

Although beset by delays,  Charlemont Street  is the only large housing regeneration scheme to survive the collapse of the PPP system in 2008.  File photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

(...)’s most dilapidated flat complexes, were to have been developed under PPP contracts with developer Bernard(...)

Longford’s Brian Kavanagh scores the first goal of the game with a penalty. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

(...) didn’t perform. We just seemed to be flat. They were very hungry. They attacked everything. Their(...)

Fermanagh’s Sean Quigley hit 14 points against Amtrim in the qualifier clash at Brewster Park, seven of which came from play. Photograph:   Andrew Paton/Inpho/Presseye

(...) came out very flat and I don’t understand. “The last day we came out buzzing. I have no answer to it(...)

Germany’s Andre Greipel (right) sprints to win ahead of Slovakia’s Peter Sagan  at the end of the 166km second stage  of the Tour de France  between Utrecht and Neeltje Jans island in the Dutch city of Vrouwenpolder in Zeeland province. Photograph:  Alix Guigon/AFP/Getty Images

(...) sea coast along roads so flat you can see into the future if you squint hard enough: this 166km stage(...)