Jamie Donaldson says he is focusing on not getting carried away with the occasion as he prepares for his debut in the Ryder Cup this weekend.
Donaldson is the first Welshman since Philip Price in 2002 to make it into the European Team. Their opponents the USA have arrived at Gleneagles ahead of the Friday's opening rounds. Donaldson says he is just trying to to concentrate on the job in hand.
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Hundreds of Welsh sailors are taking part in a world record attempt to hold the biggest ever sailing race, including boats from Cardiff Bay Yacht Club.
It's all to raise money for the Andrew Simpson Sailing Foundation, in memory of the Olympic medallist who died while preparing for the America's Cup last year.
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Cardiff caretaker bosses Danny Gabbidon and Scott Young were denied a dream start by a late goal from Derby midfielder Craig Bryson in an entertaining game at the iPro Stadium.
Cardiff took a 2-0 lead early in the second half - Aaron Gunnarsson and Peter Whittingham scoring in quick succession.
However Liverpool loanee Jordan Ibe pulled a goal back for the home side before Bryson struck 6 minutes from time.
Elsewhere in the Football League Newport held Shrewsbury to a goalless draw in League 2.
Swansea suffered their second league defeat of the season - Garry Monk's men going down 1-0 to Southampton at the Liberty Stadium.
Saints midfielder Vincent Wanyama scored the only goal of the game 10 minutes from time.
The Swans ended the game with 10 men - Ivorian striker Wilfried Bony sent off for a second bookable offence just before half time.
It's stalemate between Derby and Cardiff at the half time break, in the first game since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer left the Bluebirds.
The home side came the closest to scoring and have had the majority of the possession though - interim bosses Danny Gabbidon and Scott Young owing much to 'keeper David Marshall in the Cardiff net.
Elsewhere in the Football League, it's also 0-0 between Shrewsbury and Newport.
Swansea go into the half time break drawing 0-0 with Southampton, but are a man down following the dismissal of striker Wilfried Bony.
The Ivorian was dismissed after receiving his second yellow card just before half time.
Swansea did come the closest to scoring though - midfielder Wayne Routledge seeing his effort come off the bar.
Defender Federico Fernandez is in line to make his first Premier League start against Southampton this afternoon after Jordi Amat was ruled out with injury.
The Spanish centre-half suffered knee ligament damage in last week's defeat to Chelsea and is expected to be out for around six weeks.
The Argentine international stands by to fill in the position alongside captain Ashley Williams.
Elsewhere striker Wilfried Bony could replace Bafetimbi Gomis up front in today's game at the Liberty.
The Ivorian was dropped to the bench at Stamford Bridge following his late return from African Nations Cup duty.
Danny Gabbidon and Scott Young take charge of first team affairs this afternoon following the departure of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer yesterday.
The Bluebirds find themselves in 17th place in the Championship, with a record of one league win in five following their midweek defeat to Middlesbrough.
Cardiff travel to 7th placed Derby County today, who will be boosted after a hard-fought 3-2 win away against Blackburn on Wednesday.
Elsewhere in the Football League Newport will be looking to end Shrewbury's 100% home record in League 2 - they travel to the Greenhous Meadow on the back of a goalless draw with Tranmere on Tuesday.