Scottish Boy’s U16 Open Championship
11, July 2017
The Scottish Boys’ Under-16s Championship was first staged in 1983 and has become a key event in the Scottish junior golf circuit. Now attracting some of the best young players from countries all over the world, some prominent amateurs have won the event in the past, including GB&I Walker Cup stars David Patrick (1991) and David Inglis (1997 & 1998).
Grant Forrest, the 2009 winner, went onto win both the Scottish Boys’ and Scottish Amateur titles and play in the 2015 Walker Cup. Recent overseas winners have included Switzerland's Remo Fueg and Sweden's Oskar Bergqvist. Aymeric Laussot of Paris Golf Country Club won the 2016 event in testing conditions at West Lothian.
Venue: Fairmont, Kittocks
The Fairmont St Andrews, with stunning cliff top views of St Andrews and the North Sea, is recognised as one of the top golf resorts in the world. The Kittocks course hugs the dramatic Fife coastline and boasts some of the most beautiful holes in the country.
|Start||11, Jul 2017|
|End||13, Jul 2017|