July 14, 2017

Golf Trick Shot Boys join the fun at Aberdeen Asset Management Ladies Scottish Open

Dundonald, 12th July 2017 – World No. 2. Ariya Jutanugarn heads to Dundonald Links for her Aberdeen Asset Management Ladies Scottish Open debut this summer (27-30 July) but before she tees it up against the world’s best players from the LET and LPGA, she’ll be on hand at the free to attend ‘Give Golf a Go’ Junior Clinic.

Supported by  Bank of Scotland to engage and inspire the next generation of Scottish talent, Jutanugarn is joined by the Golf Trick Shot Boys and a number of Ladies European Tour players to deliver the insightful and informal teaching clinic on Wednesday 26th July, aimed at junior golfers of all abilities from local schools and golf clubs in North Ayrshire.

Famous for their unique show involving unicycles, Swiss balls and other golfing gadgets, the Golf Trick Shot boys kick-start the day before the children then take on a number of different challenges with tuition from the Scottish golf coaches and Tour professionals. At the end of the day, attendees will also have the opportunity to watch their favourite players including Lydia Ko and Charlie Hull in the pro am as well as receive two complimentary tickets for the Championship.

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World no. 2 Ariya Jutanugarn is joined in the field by Major champions Lydia Ko, Michelle Wie, Suzann Pettersen and Catriona Matthew, 2016 Ladies European Tour No. 1, Beth Allen, English sensation, Charley Hull, and of course 2016 champion, Isabelle Boineau, looking to defend her crown.

In a ground-breaking co-sanctioned agreement between the Ladies European Tour and the LPGA, the Championship will now have the highest prize fund on the LET outside the Majors with the 156-strong player field contesting for US$1.5m. For the first time in history, the 2017 Aberdeen Asset Management Ladies Scottish Open takes place at the same venue as the Men’s Scottish Open with Dundonald Links playing host to both events over a three-week period.

Taking place the week before the Ricoh Women’s British Open at Kingsbarns in 2017, the Aberdeen Asset Management Ladies Scottish Open will kick off a superb two weeks of links golf in Scotland. The back-to-back stretch of events echoes the successful strategy employed by the Men’s Scottish Open taking place the week before The Open – an approach proven to be a competitive advantage for those players competing in both Championships. The Aberdeen Asset Management Ladies Scottish Open is also a key element of Scotland’s commitments to the of The 2019 Solheim Cup at Gleneagles.

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