Olle Widegren from Sweden is the 2019 World Hickory Open Champion. In breezy, but beautiful autumnal conditions, the players of the 15th World Hickory Open showed amazing patience, concentration and above all their sense of humour as they teeíd off at Gullane Golf Club for the final round of the World Hickory Open on Scotlandís Golf Coast this morning.
It has been another exciting days play at the World Hickory Open with Olle Widegren holding on to his lead. Past champion Andrew Marshall from the UK finished 1 under par today to take him into second place whilst defending champion Johan Moberg had a stunning round and finishes third at the end of the second days play.
After a another exciting days play at the World Hickory Open, Swede Olle Widegren holds onto a four shot lead as we complete day two of the World Hickory Open Championship. Former champion Andrew Marshall, from the United Kingdom, finished one under par today to put him in second place. Meanwhile fellow Swede and defending champion Johan Moberg had a stunning round of 67 which means he climbs up the leaderboard to third place at the end of the second day here at Gullane Golf Club.
With record numbers attending the World Hickory Festival this year, competitors from around the world will play for the World Hickory Open Championship title on Scotlandís Golf Coast next week.
The economic impact of East Lothian hosting the Aberdeen Standard Investments (ASI) Scottish Open and Aberdeen Standard Investments Ladies Scottish Open has been estimated at just over £5 million.
Special Price tickets for the 2020 Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open are on sale now, with tickets for the prestigious Rolex Series event available from just £9.
It has been confirmed that the Renaissance Club will host the Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open and the Aberdeen Standard Investments Ladies Scottish Open next year, with both events returning to the picturesque East Lothian venue for the second successive season. The 2020 edition of Scotlandís national menís open, part of the Rolex Series, the eight premium tournaments on the Race to Dubai, will be played on July 9-12, 2020, followed closely by the womenís event on the same course on August 13-16.
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.
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