5 OF THE WORLD’S TOP 10 READY TO TEE OFF ON SCOTLAND’S GOLF COAST
For the fifth time in seven years the Scottish Open is heading to East Lothian and Scotland’s Golf Coast.
Rickie Fowler (2015) and Brandon Stone (2108) won at Gullane, whilst Bernd Wiesberger (2019) and Aaron Rai (2020) triumphed at the Renaissance.
Who will be victorious this year?
The Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open 2021 is sure to be another fantastic tournament and yet another championship event to showcase our wonderful coast.
Thursday 8th July
There will be a stellar field on show with five of the world’s top ten ready to tee off on Thursday 8th July. With the Open and the Ryder Cup to come in 2021, the field is littered with Major, European Tour and PGA Tour winners, Ryder Cup players past and present, aswell as Vice-Captains and Captains.
The #ASISO is a Rolex Series event too, so the stakes are high. There’s a substantial prize fund and ranking points to play for.
It will be the third time that the Tom Doak designed, Renaissance Club has hosted the event. There is no denying that the course is a tough, yet enjoyable test. With its position on the Firth of Forth, the elements will certainly play their part.
That’s the links golf challenge the best golfers in the world are looking for though. Everyone on Scotland’s Golf Coast is excited to welcome the event back. We wish all participants an enjoyable and memorable time in East Lothian.