Youngsters urged to play Troon Junior Open

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Junior golfers from across Scotland are being invited to enter the 2016 Buzzworks Troon Junior Open, which takes place at Troon Lochgreen on Sunday, July 3.


The annual competition is open to both boys and girls, with this year’s winner getting the fantastic opportunity to meet a player at Royal Troon during the Open Championship.

Boys and girls under the age of 18 with a CONGU handicap are eligible and prizes on the day will be awarded for both scratch and handicap winners.

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The main trophy is named after Tom Lehman, who was reigning Open champion when the event came to Royal Troon in 1997.

For those just starting out, there are a number of other fun events with prizes to be won, including the ‘Drive to the Open Ayrshire Schools Street Golf Final’ and the Tom Lehman Flag Competition, which will be held over Troon Fullarton, making this one of the biggest junior golf events to be held in Scotland this year.

In total, there will be over £1,000 worth of prizes to be won across all of the events. And that’s not all. The day will be jam-packed with other activities for everyone including a Tiger Chip competition, putting competition, a barbecue provided by Buzzworks, and inflatable driving bays hosted by Lynx Golf.

On top of that, parents of all competitors will also receive a voucher offering a 50% discount on all food purchased at Buzzworks’ Troon venues Scott’s and Lido on the day.


Junior Open at Troon :: More information


Spaces are filling up fast, so book now to avoid disappointment! For more information on the Troon Junior Open and how to enter, visit troonlinksgolf.com, search for them on Facebook using ‘Troon Junior Open’ or use the hashtag #troonjunior on Twitter.

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