European Tour rookie Neville Winslot may have missed the cut the Nordea Masters but came away from the week with renewed enthusiasm after making a major breakthrough in his game on the range.

Winslot told reporters he spent six hours Saturday and another four on Sunday on the practice ground at PGA National Sweden working on his look of complete disdain for every other living human. "I'm absolutely delighted, it just clicked" scowled the World Number 8,457 who now plans to use the dirty look on marshals, media and other base level humans at this week's Lyoness Open in Austria.

"I was just hitting shots and tilted my head to leer behind me at some guys that were minding their own business and stumbled upon this perfect look of complete hatred for all those worthless fools beneath me," said Winslot. "Its influenced a lot by Monty with a bit of Patrick Reed in there too. I cant stop doing the look now to everybody I meet; it's great!"

Caddies on the European Tour have since given Winslot the nickname "Grenade" after noticing that everybody scarpers when he turns up.

More as it emerges.


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