Win hospitality tickets to the 2017 Scottish Open

Issue155 Scottish Open

We’ve teamed-up with the organisers of the
2017 Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open to give one lucky reader the
chance to win two hospitality tickets for this year’s championship.

Taking place at Dundonald Links in Ayrshire for the first time, this year’s Scottish Open is expected to attract a typically strong field who will be out to take the title from defending champion Alex Noren - and you can be there to see the action unfold.

We’re giving away two hospitality tickets for the opening day’s play (Thursday, July 13) where you will be wined and dined in the Skean Dhu hospitality facility whilst watching the action unfold from its prime location overlooking both the ninth and 18th greens.

How to win

Who is the defending champion of the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open?

A: Henrik Stenson
B: Alex Noren
C: Jesper Parnevik

This competition has now ended

TERMS & CONDITIONS: All entries must be received no later than June 15, 2017. Only one entry per person can be accepted. Winner will be the first correct entry drawn after the closing date. Prize is non-refundable and there is no cash alternative. Competition is only open to UK residents and current passport holders. Prize cannot be sold or exchanged for financial gain. By entering this competition, you agree to share your data with our supporting partners. The editor’s decision is final. See our Facebook page for winners’ details:

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