Dundonald Links Will Stage The 2017 Scottish Open
“It’s great to hear the AAM Scottish Open will be moving to Dundonald next year. I have played the course many times and it plays like a classic links with a modern twist, there is a good mix of long and short holes with some challenging greens so I think it will be an excellent test come the tournament. I’ve seen the plans to expand and improve an already impressive facility and I’m sure everyone will be impressed come next July.”
Marc Warren, European Tour Professional
Since Loch Lomond Golf Club acquired Dundonald Links in February 2003, it has played host to numerous professional and amateur tournaments, including the European Tour Qualifying School First Stage, a qualifier for the Senior Open Championship presented by Rolex and, most recently, the Aberdeen Asset Management Ladies Scottish Open, which returns to Dundonald Links this year.
We’re delighted to confirm that Dundonald Links has also been selected to stage the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open in 2017, from Thursday 6 to Sunday 9 July.
After hosting the 2015 Ladies Scottish Open, which featured World Number One Lydia Ko and Solheim Cup player Suzann Pettersen, our owners devised plans for a structural overhaul which includes the construction of a new clubhouse, scheduled for completion at the end of 2016 – more details to follow.