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Aberdeen Standard Investments Ladies Scottish Open
East Lothian, Scotland
Jul 26-29
  • July 26 Golf Channel (ET) 9:30 - 11:30 a.m.
  • July 27 Golf Channel (ET) 9:30 - 11:30 a.m.
  • July 28 Golf Channel (Tape ET) 3:00 - 6:00 p.m.
  • July 29 Golf Channel (Tape ET) 3:00 - 6:00 p.m.
Gullane Golf Club
East Lothian, Scotland
  • Race to the CME Globe: 500 Points
  • Format: 72 holes
  • Purse: $1,500,000
  • Par: 71
  • History:

    Mi Hyang Lee is the new comeback kid. The Korean entered the weekend at the Aberdeen Asset Management Ladies Scottish Open at four-over par, in a tie for 39th and nine-strokes back of 36-hole leader Cristie Kerr. 

  • Yardage: 6,480

Ariya Jutanugarn won the Aberdeen Standard Investments Ladies Scottish Open for her 10th career win on the LPGA Tour. She won by one stroke ahead of Australia’s Minjee Lee by carding a final round 5-under par, 66.

Hole Description

Hole01
A solid tee shot to the right centre of the fairway sets up this strong opening Par 4. Once you find the fairway, you’ll have a mid to long iron to the green which is protected by a bunker lying 20 yards short of the putting surface. The green slopes back to front with a hollow on the front right and all the trouble on the left.
Hole02
The second is a medium length Par 4 with a slight dogleg right.  Long hitters can take an aggressive line but aiming for a spot just to the right of the pot bunker on the left side of the fairway puts you in good position. Take an extra club for your approach to the slightly elevated green which slopes back to front and has run off areas on both sides waiting to penalize less accurate shots.
Hole03
A great opening Par 5 (one of four on the course) requiring an accurate tee shot to avoid the ditch encroaching on the right.  The smart play is to lay up short of the fairway bunker from the tee and then play to the left of the ditch to set up your approach.  Longer hitters can go for the green in two, but there’s trouble to the right of the putting surface and a bunker at the back of the undulating green ready to catch any long balls.
Hole04
This par three normally plays into the prevailing wind and with trouble both back left and right, a shot into the front right of the green is recommended.  Even if you come up a little short, the tight links fairways will allow you the option of putting, even if you’ve not quite made the green.
Hole05
The second Par 5 on the course is a gradual dogleg from right to left and for most will require three shots.  Favour the right centre of the fairway with your tee shot and avoid the small pot bunker around 50 yards short of the green with your second.  The undulating putting surface is guarded both left and right with bunkers and there’s a hidden run-off at the back. Club selection and distance control are essential to get close to the pin.
Hole06
This is a very tricky Par 3 with numerous obstacles surrounding the green and a prevailing right to left wind that can be difficult to detect from the sheltered tee.  Tee shots should be played to land on the right half of the green, avoiding the cavernous ditch gathering any shot hit left and taking advantage of the contours to bounce towards the centre of the green.  A test of even the strongest short game.
Hole07
This superb Par 4 dogleg plays from right to left.  There are deep, revetted bunkers to avoid so the safe route from the tee is down the right side of the fairway.  Longer hitters may wish to cut the corner to leave a shorter approach, but whichever way you go, the 27-yard-long green is a challenge.  There’s a bowl and steep slope protecting the front and a back drop offering players a tricky pitch to make par.  Take a four and walk to the next tee.
Hole08
With the Isle of Arran providing a spectacular backdrop to this shorter Par 4, a tee shot down the left centre of the fairway will set up your approach to the plateau green.  Play for the back half to avoid contending with the pot bunker and steep slope leading to a reasonably benign putting surface.
Hole09
Favour the left of the fairway off the tee and if you have the power (and talent) to carry the two pot bunkers in the centre of the fairway, you’ll have a straightforward approach to a green protected by a ditch and two pot bunkers at the front.  These hazards leave no margin for error if approaching with a long iron or wood, so if your drive comes up short, consider playing this as a three shot green.
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