Paul Lawrie won the Scottish Senior Open to claim his first Staysure Tour title in front of a home crowd at Craigielaw Golf Club. The 1999 Open Champion battled gusty conditions throughout the final round to record a level par round of 71 to win his maiden over-50s title by two shots ahead of Peter Baker and Peter Fowler.
Peter Fowler will take a two-shot lead into the final round of the Scottish Senior Open after an impressive five under par round of 66 at Craigielaw Golf Club. The Australian, who won the 2018 Willow Senior Golf Classic 12 months ago, battled blustery conditions at the East Lothian links to card the low round of the week, ending day two at the top of the leaderboard on four under par with a two stroke advantage over home favourite Paul Lawrie.
Major Champion Michael Campbell embraced his Scottish roots on the eve of the Scottish Senior Open at Craigielaw Golf Club. The 2005 U.S. Open Championship winner will tee it up for the first time at the Staysure Tour event after turning 50 at the beginning of the year, making something of a ‘homecoming’ in East Lothian.
Sandy Lyle is relishing the challenge at Craigielaw Golf Club when he makes his Scottish Senior Open debut this week. The two-time Major Champion last made a Staysure Tour appearance outside of the Senior Majors in 2011 but will battle for the title on home soil alongside three other Major Champions; Michael Campbell, Paul Lawrie and Ian Woosnam.
Dementia UK, who provide specialist dementia support for families through its Admiral Nurse service, benefited to the tune of £9,050 as the Official Charity of the Aberdeen Standard Investments Ladies Scottish Open at The Renaissance Club this week.
Korea’s Mi Jung Hur captured her third LPGA Tour career title, a decade after her first win, with a four-shot victory after a final round 66 to finish at 20-under-par at the 2019 Aberdeen Standard Investments Ladies Scottish Open.
The round two leaders Mi Jung Hur, Moriya Jutanugarn and Anne Van Dam might have finished up their second round’s last night but 12 groups had to return this morning at 7.30am to complete their second round.
Thailand’s Moriya Jutanugarn holds a slender one-shot lead going in to tomorrow’s final round after a third round 67 (-4) saw her reach 16-under-par at the Aberdeen Standard Investments Ladies Scottish Open.
The stage is set for the 2019 Aberdeen Standard Investments Ladies Scottish Open at The Renaissance Club as the first round of the championship which got underway this morning at 7.00am.
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