It is always a pleasure for me to speak to some of the best sportsmen and women in south Bucks.

Obviously we have featured the likes of Tom Ingram and Jack Goff in recent weeks, two individuals who are climbing the motorsport rankings very quickly.

I had the privilege of speaking to someone of a similar ilk this week. Someone who has grown up in the area and is now making a name for himself as one of the finest young golfers on the planet.

Tyrrell Hatton has won the last two tournaments in the European Tour and it was great to speak to him regarding the last fortnight and what the future holds in store for him.

His winning putt at the Italian Open under the severest of pressure shows he can definitely handle playing and beating the very best. His 20 foot putt on the last echoed that of Jordan Spieth, regarded as the finest putter in the game.

After a great end to last season, he has trumped that with retaining his Alfred Dunhill Links title as well as winning in Monza last weekend.

He has climbed to 17 in the world and there is no reason at all when he can’t go even higher. He has the game, the temperament and the skill to win Major championships and play in numerous Ryder Cup. The world is most definitely his oyster.

Wycombe Wanderers have had a hectic schedule in the past few days, culminating in a very long journey to Carlisle on Tuesday night.
I have to commend the character the team showed. I wasn’t there on Tuesday but was keeping up to date as much as possible.

After seeing they had clawed it back to 2-2 after being 2-0 down, it was a choker to see them go behind again only to score a late, late equaliser to make it 3-3.

Lesser teams after going 2-0 behind on a cold midweek trip to the farthest point north in the league would have surrendered but the lads don’t know when they are beaten and they equalled their unbeaten record in the road in their EFL history, an incredible 13 games.

Two draws in a row is probably two points less than Gareth was looking for but they performed well without finding the net against Exeter and that draw on Tuesday will feel like a victory.

Attention turns to Swindon away tomorrow and they have a very ropey home record this season.

What an opportunity for Gaz’s men to break such a fine record tomorrow afternoon in Wiltshire. I believe if they continue to play the way they have done then they will be celebrating come 5pm.