The event is played over iconic Scottish links.
Choose the first flight and play (cost of £625):
Prestwick, laid out by Old Tom Morris, who was the Club’s Professional, is the original home of the Open Championship which was staged a total of 24 times on the links at Prestwick.
Western Gailes, a stunning links course that has hosted Open qualifying and major amateur events such as the European Team Championships featuring a young Rory McIlroy, amongst others.
Glasgow Gailes, another classic links that hosts Open Qualifying and many major amateur events – where Colin Montgomerie qualified for the 2016 Open staged at nearby Royal Troon.
Choose Flight 2 and play (cost of £425):
Dundonald, the links course of Loch Lomond Golf Club, hosted the last two editions of the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Ladies’ Open. Two months prior to the World Masters Golf Championship Dundonald will host the 2017 Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open Championship.
Kilmarnock (Barassie), boasts 27 holes of pure links fun. Kilmarnock (Barassie) has also hosted Open Qualifying as well as numerous Scottish amateur tournaments and the European Youths Team Championship.
Ayr Belleisle, a James Braid designed gem that in the true traditions of Scottish golf is a public course owned by the local authority.
Then be in with the chance of playing Royal Troon
Royal Troon, nine times host of The Open Championship including the most recent edition won so handsomely by Henrik Stenson.