‘It’s been a hard year so yeah I’m happy’: Andrew ‘Beef’ Johnston fights back the tears as he seals a place at The Open following admission he used to cry in his hotel room due to mental health struggles
- Andrew ‘Beef’ Johnston qualified for The Open at Portrush starting on July 18
- Johnston spoke about his mental health struggles since reaching the 2016 Open
- The 30-year-old was emotional after shooting round of 62 at the Scottish Open
Andrew ‘Beef’ Johnston appeared overcome with emotion after confirming his place at The Open following a tied fourth-place finish at the Scottish Open.
The 30-year-old golfer recently opened up about the mental health struggles he faced after bursting onto the scene with a top-10 finish at The Open in 2016.
He will now play again at The Open where he made his name, this time held at Portrush starting on July 18, and Johnston admitted he had found the last 12 months difficult.
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