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Race to the CME Globe: 500 Points

 

Format: 72 holes

 

Purse: $2,000,000

 

Location: Dundonald Links, Ayrshire, Scotland

 

Par: 72

 

Yardage: 6,584 yds

 

History: This is the 6th year for the event. In 2021, Ryann O'Toole captured her first victory in her 228th start with a bogey free 64 in the final round.

 

Coverage:

 

July 28: The Golf Channel 10:00 am - 2:00 pm (EDT)

July 29: The Golf Channel 10:00 am - 2:30 pm (EDT)

July 30: The Golf Channel 8:30 am - 12:30 pm (EDT)

July 31: The Golf Channel 8:30 am - 12:30 pm (EDT)

 

 

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Looks like Brooke withdrew from the tournament. 

 

'Hoping for a little links-like weather this week.

 

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9 hours ago, Stooch said:

I don't know it comes up for me, 6 sponsor invites are Thai players and 2 are Scots and then all the players and reserves, but it seems So Yeon and Sophia aren't in even with that top 10

 

5 hours ago, Argonne69 said:

Race to the CME Globe: 500 Points

 

Format: 72 holes

 

Purse: $2,000,000

 

Location: Dundonald Links, Ayrshire, Scotland

 

Par: 72

 

Yardage: 6,584 yds

 

History: This is the 6th year for the event. In 2021, Ryann O'Toole captured her first victory in her 228th start with a bogey free 64 in the final round.

 

Coverage:

 

July 28: The Golf Channel 10:00 am - 2:00 pm (EDT)

July 29: The Golf Channel 10:00 am - 2:30 pm (EDT)

July 30: The Golf Channel 8:30 am - 12:30 pm (EDT)

July 31: The Golf Channel 8:30 am - 12:30 pm (EDT)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sponsor Invites Announced for 2022 Trust Golf Women’s Scottish Open

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19 Jul 2022

 
 

Scotland’s Louise Duncan announced in a press conference today that she is set to turn professional and make her debut at this year’s Trust Golf Women’s Scottish Open, taking place at Dundonald Links, 28-31 July. Duncan is one of two recipients of VisitScotland’s sponsor invitation along with Aberdeen native Hannah McCook. The invitations come as part of VisitScotland’s long standing commitment to women’s golf and the Trust Golf Women’s Scottish Open.

Duncan, a Stirling University graduate, transitions into professional golf after a stellar amateur career winning the 2021 Women’s Amateur Championship, the R&A Student Tour series in Portugal, and the Smyth Salvar award last year after finishing in tied 10th place at the Women’s Open in Carnoustie. Growing up just 15 miles away from this year’s championship venue Dundonald Links, Duncan benefits from extensive experience in links golf and is one of the six Scots in the field that will be in the running for the Jock MacVicar Leading Scot award.

The 22-year-old commented on receiving the invitation: “I am honored to have been chosen as one of VisitScotland’s Invitations for this year’s Trust Golf Women’s Scottish Open. I have been thinking about making the transition into professional for quite some time now and it just feels so right to be making my professional debut at my home open and also at a club which is just down the road from where I grew up learning to playing golf. I am so grateful to VisitScotland for all their support during my amateur career. I am so excited to make my first professional appearance in such a strong competitive field and at an amazing venue like Dundonald Links”.

Hannah McCook is the other beneficiary of the 2022 invitation for the Trust Golf Women’s Scottish Open this summer. This invitation has been deferred from the 2020 tournament when Hannah was unable to participate due to hip surgery. She is back to full health and ready to take on the challenges at one of Scotland’s leading links courses. McCook graduated from the University of Stirling and during her time there was the captain of the Ladies Golf Team winning both the British University Championship and the Scottish University Championship. In 2018 she reached the final stage of the Ladies European Tour qualifying school and shortly after made the decision to turn professional.

Paul Bush OBE, VisitScotland’s Director of Events, said: “VisitScotland is strong supporter of the women’s game in Scotland, and we are delighted be able to provide the platform for Louise to make her professional debut at this year’s Trust Golf Women’s Scottish Open at Dundonald. We’re also pleased to be able to honor Hannah’s invite from the 2020 tournament in such a strong field that will see eight of world’s top ten players teeing it up.

“Scotland has a stellar summer of golf events this year, with two huge weeks of golf in the men’s game having already taken place, and we can look forward to just a momentous fortnight in the women’s game. VisitScotland remains fully committed developing the women’s game in Scotland by continuing to grow our national Women’s Open, particularly as there is such a strong contingent of Scottish female professional coming into the game.” 

Duncan and McCook will be joining their fellow Scots, Gemma Dryburgh, Michele Thomson, Kelsey MacDonald, and Kylie Henry in the 144-player field competing for $2 million, which includes eight out of the world top ten, 21 Major Champions and 27 Solheim Cup stars.

 

Tournament title sponsor, Trust Golf has invited six Thai players who are not otherwise exempt into the field at Dundonald Links this summer.

 

This comes as part of their mission to build a pathway for Thai golfers on an international stage.

 

Pornanong Phatlum, a two-time winner on the Ladies European Tour, she also holds victories on the Ladies Asian Golf Tour, All Thailand Golf Tour, and the Thai LPGA Tour. Trichat Cheenglab who’s career best finish came in the 2019 the PTT Thailand LPGA Masters, where she finished 6th.  Wichanee Meeechai, who will make her fourth appearance in the Trust Golf Women’s Scottish Open this summer having finished in the top-20 on two occasions. Pannarat Thanapolboonyaras, an Epson Tour player making her third appearance in the Trust Golf Women’s Scottish Open after five top-20 finishes this season.

After finishing in the top two spots in the recent Trust Golf Links Series, Channettee Wannaseas and Arpichaya Yubol are the final two recipients of the Trust Golf invitations. Wannasean is an 18-year-old rising star on Thailand’s domestic circuit, who has claimed six wins so far including most recently at the Trust Golf Links series in England, and Yubol is an an up-and-coming player on the Thai LPGA Tour who just won the Trust Golf Links Series at Musselburgh Golf Club this past weekend.

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Final Field Set for 2022 Trust Golf Women’s Scottish Open

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25 Jul 2022

Ryann O'Toole of The United States is doused in champagne by friends after sealing her maiden LPGA victory by three shots on the 18th hole during the final round of the Trust Golf Women's Scottish Open
 

DUNDONALD LINKS, 25th July 2022 - The field is now set for the 2022 Trust Golf Women’s Scottish Open with this year’s 144-woman field featuring 8 out of the world’s top 10 along with 22 major winners ready to battle it out on the links next week July 28-31, at Dundonald Links.

In the strongest line up to date, 30 countries are represented in the field, 45 LPGA winners with a haul of 194 titles and 28 Solheim Cup players with 74 appearances between them, and three past champions as Ryann O’Toole returns to Scotland to defend her first LPGA title.

The aforementioned 22 major winners boast a total of 39 major championships, including winner of this season’s most recent major, The Amundi Evian Championship Brooke Henderson. Joining Henderson in the field at Dundonald Links is 2016 KPMG Women’s PGA Championship winner Brooke Henderson; three-time major winner Anna Nordqvist; world no.8 and winner of the 2014 Evian Championship Hyo Joo Kim; Hannah Green, winner of the 2019 KPMG Women’s PGA Championship; and winner of the 2021 Chevron Championship Patty Tavatanakit.

There are 22 Brits in the field this week at Dundonald Links and among the home hopes are major champion Georgia Hall and Solheim Cup star Charley Hull. With both girls having been key players in the Trust Golf Women’s Scottish Open in previous years, they are looking forward to taking on the challenge of one of Scotland’s leading links courses next week. Hall commented: “I am really looking forward to playing in the Trust Golf Women’s Scottish Open next week. The next month is going to be a very busy time on the schedule, but I can’t wait to kick off the two Scottish events at Dundonald Links next week. I love the challenges of links golf, and last time we played here in 2017 I finished in the top-10 so I am excited to see how the club and course has changed over the last few years”.

After a two-year Covid inflicted hiatus, fans will be welcomed back to the Trust Golf Women’s Scottish Open for the first time since 2019. As well as being able to watch the best of women’s golf take on the challenges of Dundonald Links, there will be plenty of activities for all the family featured in the new and enhanced Fan Zone, from trying out new Golf technology and sport challenges to enjoying live music and local flavors. Tickets are on sale at womensscottishopen.com and can also be purchased at the event on the day.

This is Trust Golf’s second year as title sponsor, and they have increased this year’s prize-fund by 33% to $2million. The Thai based technology enterprise took over as title sponsor in 2021 as part of an ambition to help grow the women’s game and develop the next generation of golfers. Through their sponsorship of the Women’s Scottish Open, Trust Golf aim to create the best opportunities for female golfers on an international stage and use the platform to elevate women’s golf.

The Scottish Government and VisitScotland are strong supporters of women’s golf and have a long-standing commitment to the Women’s Scottish Open. As part of their goal to grow the women’s game in Scotland, VisitScotland announced last year a brand new 5-year funding agreement to the Trust Golf Women’s Scottish Open with investment up to £6 million through to 2025.

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6 minutes ago, JungleJimbo said:

This article is from August 2021, but provides interesting context w.r.t. the title sponsor for this Women's Scottish Open?

 

https://www.heraldscotland.com/news/19502443.womens-scottish-open-meet-thai-tycoon-sponsoring-event-aiming-put-map/ 

 

Women's Scottish Open: Meet Thai tycoon sponsoring event and aiming to put it on the map

 
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THERE'S no escaping gizmos, gadgets and gee-whiz technology. And even if you could escape them, some elaborate GPS tracking device would be swiftly activated to pinpoint the exact bush you were cowering under.

There are, no doubt, many of us who embrace new-fangled contraptions with the ham-fisted ineptitude of a fumbling, muttering old colonel trying to unfurl the sticky, stubborn cellophane wrapping on a Barley Sugar.

Dr Prin Singhanat, meanwhile, doesn’t have such doddering dilemmas. When it comes to all manner of hi-tech thingamabobs and scientific whatchamacallits, the Thai physicist and innovator welcomes the advancements with open arms. She has now been welcomed to the Women’s Scottish Open. “I started coding at 12-years-old and started my own company at the age of 20,” said Dr Prin of her computer-savvy background. “I sometimes talk better in computer language than I talk to you.” It’s a good job, then, that the golf writers know their FORTRAN from their elbow.

As the founder of Bangkok-based technology enterprise, Trust Golf, Dr Prin is extending her reach with headline sponsorship of the Women’s Scottish Open, which takes place this week at the new, and already flourishing, Dumbarnie Links in Fife.

The lucrative LPGA and Ladies European Tour co-sanctioned championship will feature some of the world’s best players and will be the first of two showpiece occasions on the east coast with the AIG Women’s Open taking place at Carnoustie next week.

Getting to the top ain’t easy in this game. Indeed, getting a foothold on a tour requires the unwavering dedication and discipline of a monk but Dr Prin believes she can accelerate that journey with her appliance of science. Trust Golf’s 3000 square metre centre of excellence in the Thai capital, and the Trust Research and Development Centre,  are all-singing, all-dancing facilities that would make Bill Gates’ mansion look as technologically advanced as a Highland bothy. Robotics, artificial intelligence, simulators, launch monitors, augmented reality, 3D Biomechanical analysis tools ? You name it, Trust Golf uses it and Dr Prin, who has plans to roll out 20 such centres across the world, wants to create something of a golfing conveyor belt of talent and use the Women’s Scottish Open to spread her gospel.

 

“The road from step one to the tour is long,” she said. “It can take maybe seven years. I want to create tour players in two years. I want players to believe that if they turn pro today, they can be a tour player in two years. We want to make the impossible possible. There is no such thing as a perfect solution to becoming a golfer. Just using human brains and human eyes cannot monitor everything at the same time but by using augmented reality we can capture all the data we need. I have 9000 programmers working with me on data. We analyse all the strengths and all the weaknesses and improve the skills of a player. Golf genius does exist.”

Dr Prin’s expansion into sponsorship of golf in these parts – she supports a joint men’s and women’s circuit in Thailand among other developmental programmes – has been a timely tonic for the Women’s Scottish Open.

When long-term backer, Aberdeen Standard Investments, announced it was ending its title sponsorship back in February, there were genuine fears for the future of an event which has grown immeasurably since it was revived back in 2007 after 12 years in cold storage.

Back then, the first prize was £30,000. In the last couple of years, it has been £225,000. Its key slot in the schedule, the week before the AIG Women’s Open gives it another layer of attraction but Dr Prin doesn’t want the Scottish showpiece to simply be an appetiser for the main major championship dish.

“This is the home of golf and I would like to see the Women’s Scottish Open as a major with the same prize money or more of the other majors,” she said. “I don’t want it to just be another event, I want it to be on the world map.

“I want it to be an event where all the ladies are saying, ‘I want to play in the Women’s Scottish Open and there is no chance I want to miss it’.”

 
 
 

         

 

Thanks, it's kinda what I assumed when I saw 6 Thai sponsor invites at the Scottish Open lol

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5 hours ago, 18majors said:

 

There is no mistaking that Dundonald is a links course:

 

Not a true links. Like Kingsbarns it's a 'faux links'.

It's inland, took 3 years to build and shape a flat piece of land artificially to create a vision of how a links should look to the overseas visitor.

 

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4 hours ago, woahnelly said:

Favorites Picks - Jeeno, Linn Grant 

 

Mids picks - Andrea Lee, Alison Lee 

 

Longshot picks - Arpichara Yubol, Gemma Dryburgh

 

2 hours ago, ChronicSlicer said:

Minjee for the W, Xiyu (Janet) Lin dark horse. Gotta feeling about Esther Henseleit, Su, and Pajaree too. Just hope the feeling includes them working the weekend 😕

Good picks guys... IIRC, Atthaya and Lydia Ko were T2 last year (albeit different venue i.e.  Dumbarnie Golf Links)

 

https://www.golfchannel.com/skysports/tours/lpga/2021/aberdeen-standard-investments-ladies-scottish-open 

 

Watch out also for ...  Georgia Hall and Charley Hull! 🤞🤞🇬🇧

Which LPGA pro in your opinion executes the best 'stinger' 
🦂 iron shots (presumably a useful tool, on the links, in windy conditions)... my guess = Charley Hull a.k.a. 'Blades'?

 

And if Min Woo likes to hit a stinger 🦂... does his big sis MinJee likewise have a stinger in her repertoire?

https://www.golfwrx.com/523074/how-to-hit-the-stinger-from-aussie-sensation-min-woo-lee/ 

 

 

 

 

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2 hours ago, ChronicSlicer said:

Minjee for the W, Xiyu (Janet) Lin dark horse. Gotta feeling about Esther Henseleit, Su, and Pajaree too. Just hope the feeling includes them working the weekend 😕

 

Esther having a Yealimi esque season but showed signs of life last week

 

Hopefully Patty, Yuka, and Nana turn it around too. 

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17 hours ago, Argonne69 said:

Looks like Brooke withdrew from the tournament. 

 

'Hoping for a little links-like weather this week.

 

 

12 hours ago, Golf Dino said:

 

 

Nothing like shocking the system coming off of Evian to Scotland!   There was a point in Sunday's broadcast when Cheyenne Knight had played a shot off the wooden bridge on 16 to which Karen observed that it was risky because of not knowing how the club will react coming off the wood.   It lead to an exchange between herself and Tom something akin to it being similar to playing off the fairways of the Old Course, Muirfield and Dundonald.  🙂

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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7 hours ago, The Aspidistra in the Hall said:

Not a true links. Like Kingsbarns it's a 'faux links'.

It's inland, took 3 years to build and shape a flat piece of land artificially to create a vision of how a links should look to the overseas visitor.

 

@The Aspidistra in the Hall: Thanks for sharing! i can see what you're saying, via  this video Linked below (i.e. there's an expanse of trees on Many some holes ... unlike traditional/'true'(?) Links courses) ... nevertheless, i'd be happy to play this 'faux' Links course!

 

(albeit timestamp ~0m27s onwards) shows a Links course fairly near a coastline 

 

... is it possible those drone shots were showing a combination of the neighbouring Western Gailes golf club (being nearer the Ayrshire coastline & across the railway tracks) alongside some holes at Dundonald Links?  (the blurb mentions Dundonald Links being "in the heart of the Ayrshire coastline)... 

 

https://www.golfshake.com/news/view/16073/Dundonald_Links_A_Modern_Classic_in_the_Making.html 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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On 7/26/2022 at 1:37 AM, Stooch said:

Looks like Brooke pulled the pin this week.  Smart choice recharge mentally and go early put in a little more work at Muirfield, she does have a chance at the Annika award now

 

Also, doesn't a top 10 get you into the next event or are there different rules for co-sanctioned events?  Sophia and So Yeon are listed as alternates.

 

20 hours ago, Argonne69 said:

Looks like Brooke withdrew from the tournament. 

 

'Hoping for a little links-like weather this week.

 

 

 

Sophia Schubert, the Cinderella of the Amundi Evian, remains a reserve for Scottish Open and will have to Monday-qualify for AIG Women's British Open

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Sophia Schubert wrapped up the week of her life by taking a dip in Lake Geneva with her caddie followed by a celebration meal of pizza.

Schubert didn’t win the Amundi Evian Championship, coming up one shot short of Brooke Henderson. But it was still a life-changing week for the former U.S. Women’s Amateur champion, who gained scores of fans and vaulted 253 spots in the Rolex Rankings to No. 53. Her second-place check of $586,262 dwarfed her year-to-date earnings of $82,796.

“It’s just like this big weight has been lifted off of me,” Schubert told Golfweek on Monday afternoon, “and I could just play free.”

Schubert’s phone blew up Sunday night with congratulatory texts and “see you at the Scottish” notes from fellow players. Only Schubert didn’t get into this week’s Trust Scottish Open field. She’s not yet in the AIG Women’s British Open at Muirfield the next week either.

Instead, Schubert flew back the U.S. to do a sponsor outing at the PGA Tour’s Rocket Mortgage event. She then plans to fly back to Scotland to compete in Final Qualifying at North Berwick on Monday, where 12 spots will be available for the final major of the year.

Schubert has yet to compete in the AIG as last week’s Evian was her second major start as a professional.

 

The two holding spots for top-10 finishes are for one Standard Eligibility Tournament into the next Standard Eligibility Tournament. Because the Evian is a major and not standard, Schubert’s second-place showing does not get her into anything except for Evian in 2023.

 

And because the Scottish Open is co-sanctioned with the LET, it’s not considered a Standard event.

 

The top 65 players on the CME points list as of July 13 qualified. Schubert jumped up to No. 38 on the list after the Evian, but it was past the deadline.

Schubert’s rise up the CME points list should, however, get her into limited-field events in the fall as well as the CME Group Tour Championship.

Henderson was set to make her debut in the Scottish Open but has since withdrawn. No reason was given.

 

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4 hours ago, JungleJimbo said:

 

@The Aspidistra in the Hall: Thanks for sharing! i can see what you're saying, via  this video Linked below (i.e. there's an expanse of trees on Many some holes ... unlike traditional/'true'(?) Links courses) ... nevertheless, i'd be happy to play this 'faux' Links course!

 

(albeit timestamp ~0m27s onwards) shows a Links course fairly near a coastline 

 

... is it possible those drone shots were showing a combination of the neighbouring Western Gailes golf club (being nearer the Ayrshire coastline & across the railway tracks) alongside some holes at Dundonald Links?  (the blurb mentions Dundonald Links being "in the heart of the Ayrshire coastline)... 

 

https://www.golfshake.com/news/view/16073/Dundonald_Links_A_Modern_Classic_in_the_Making.html 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Me too, I'd play it as well, and Kingsbarns et al. Just not in my list of 'links courses' played

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    • In-hand photos of 2023 TaylorMade Stealth 2 Plus, Stealth 2, Stealth 2 HD drivers + fairways woods
      Check out our front page launch stories here and here. 
       
      What you need to know: For the first time, carbon is the most prevalent material by volume in a TaylorMade driver, and more carbon equals better performance, says the company. Last year, TaylorMade debuted a 60X Carbon Twist Face. With TaylorMade Stealth 2, engineers are bringing carbon to more of the golf club — and unveiling a new-and-improved Carbon Twist Face in the process. Stealth 2 Plus (low spin, most workable) Stealth 2, and Stealth 2 HD (draw bias, high launch, most forgiving) drivers make up the Stealth 2 family.
       
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      What you need to know: Breakthrough movable weight technologies and versatile designs are the hallmarks of the 2023 TaylorMade Stealth 2 fairway woods. Stealth 2 Plus is branded as “three fairway woods in one” owing to the unique performance characteristics afforded by the 50-gram sole weight. Stealth 2 features a slightly lower profile 3D carbon crown than Stealth. This moves CG down and away from the toe with more weight in the rear of the club for higher launch and MOI. Ultra-high MOI Stealth 2 HD features an oversized 200cc head and low-profile sole, creating an easy-to-hit, draw-biased club.
       
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