Interesting article, but it's a bit premature to be talking up Donald's game. A top 10 finish in a US event, and a solitary victory in a rain-abandoned event, do not an Open champion make, I'm afraid. Donald, Casey, and Rose represent the future of British golf, and I'd like to think that one of them will land a major one day - but not yet. Casey is the closest, but they all still have much to learn in terms of developing a major-winning golf game. If anything, this premature talk along the lines of "this could be the year" is detrimental, burdening these players with the unrealistic expectations of a success-starved golfing nation. And while I'm on this subject, let's have no more nonsense this year regarding Darren Clsarke's Open prospects. Darren's a fine player, but not a major winner.