Scotscraig Golf Club – the 13th oldest in the world – will host the inaugural Scottish Super Seniors International Masters Event in April 2020.
The 54-hole event, organised by the Scottish Seniors Golfing Society (SSGS), is open to all male golfers who are 65 and over and has a handicap limit of 12.4.
The event is expected to draw low handicap golfers from across the U.K and Europe and will take place from 15-17 April.
Entry fee for the 3-day event is £90 and entries close on the 1st March 2020.
Scotscraig is located in Tayport, Fife, and has been used as a British Open qualifying course on multiple occasions.
The Scottish Seniors Golfing Society was formed in November 2006, to meet a significant demand for high level competition for senior amateur golfers still keen to test their games at a high level.
S.S.G.S. Captain, Keith Ross, explains more: “The S.S.G.S. run eight 36-hole events each season with age category prizes included in these tournaments.
“Currently there is not a 54-hole Open Super Seniors tournament in Scotland and at the request of our membership we have included the inaugural Super Seniors International Masters on our 2020 fixture list.
“I know it will be a great event at Scotscraig Golf Club.”
There will be a 36-hole cut at the event, reducing the field for the final day’s play to 50 golfers. Non-qualifying golfers will play a further 18-hole event at Drumoig Golf Club.
There will be three scratch and ten handicap prizes available.
For further information and to enter the competition: https://www.scottishseniorsgolf.com/competitions/super-seniors-international-masters
Further contact details:
Keith Ross (Captain) – email@example.com