Have you entered the PING Scottish Open Series yet?
There is just over a week to go before the new PING Scottish Open Series kicks off, with the first qualifier at Murcar Links, Aberdeen on the 29 April.
This new championship from Scottish Golf offers golfers of all handicaps and abilities the opportunity to play some of Scotland’s best courses at a great price, AND the chance to win hundreds of pounds worth of PING products in prizes. The leading players from each round – selected from leading net and gross qualifiers – will book their place in the final at Trump International in August, and the overall winners will play Gleneagles with Scottish European Tour Winner Calum Hill, as well as bagging themselves over £700 of PING vouchers.
Fees for the qualifiers, all of which include refreshments at each venue, offer excellent discounts on the standard green fees.
Venue and Date
Murcar Links | 29 April
Douglas Park | 4 May
Fraserburgh | 21 May
Bruntsfield Links | 23 June
Longniddry | 1 July
Western Gailes | 28 July
Entry Fee inc meal
Murcar £35 (normally £130)
Douglas Park £20 (normally £60)
Fraserburgh £20 (normally £60)
B’field £45 (normally £90)
L’niddry £35 (normally £75)
W. Gailes £50 (normally £110)
The Grand Final is at Trump International on the 19 August, with a gala dinner after the final and a stay at The Village, Aberdeen.
The easiest way to enter is through the Scottish Golf app or OpenPlay app Competitions icon, then search for Open or National tabs. Or you can search the Events section of the website and enter there.
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