Entries are open for three of the most popular Scottish Golf events for golfers of all ages and abilities. Clubs are encouraged to register their qualifying rounds to ensure that they are represented on the national stage.
With over 500 entries received to date, spaces are becoming limited in some of this year’s Scottish Medal Finals.
The event is open to the top 3 male and top 3 female players returning the lowest aggregate of 3 nett scores from the previous year’s club medal competitions.
Following the cancellation of last year’s event, all clubs have the option to enter their 2019 and 2020 qualifiers to this year’s Scottish Medal Finals.
Entries close for our East and West Medal Finals towards the end of April.
Make sure your club is represented by establishing your qualifiers now!
Entries for the PING Scottish Mixed Championship are now open, with this year’s Grand Final being held at the former Scottish Open venue Gullane No.1.
Entry is free and winners from club mixed foursomes stableford qualifying rounds can enter now.
If your club has not already scheduled a qualifying round you can still do so here.
The Top 40 pairs from the national leaderboard will progress to the Grand Final on Friday 17th September, where they can win some fantastic prizes courtesy of championship sponsors PING.
Please ensure qualifiers are instructed to submit their winning stableford points total to the ‘notes’ section of their entry to allow us to add them to the national leaderboard.
If players are representing an away club, please ask them to contact [email protected] to enter.
The Scottish Golf R&A 9-Hole Challenge returns for a two-day National Final on Thursday 10th and Friday 11th June, with the top two pairs from each day qualifying for The R&A 9 Hole Challenge Grand Final at Royal St George’s just days before The 149th Open Championship.
Players can qualify for the National Final via a 9-hole qualifying round played at their home club before 24th May, thereafter the top 200 pairs progress to the National Final at Milnathort.
Clubs can still register their qualifying round for this year’s R&A 9-Hole Challenge here.
Qualifiers are asked to complete the following steps when entering the National Final:
To find out what the R&A 9-Hole Challenge is all about, watch the YouTube video.