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The Sidey Scottish Open, Strathmore Golf Centre Alyth

Tuesday 8 to Thursday 10 September 2020

Thank you Sidey Ltd - long term supporters of golfers with disabilities

Thank you Sidey Ltd - long term supporters of golfers with disabilities

Entry to the Sidey Scottish Open at the Strathmore Golf Centre, Alyth, Blairgowrie, Perthshire PH11 8NZ, will open from 1 July 2020.

A general running programme will be as follows:


Tuesday 8 September, 13:00, Open Round 1, Ranneleroch Course + Challenge match

Wednesday 9 September, 10:30, Open Round 2, Ranneleroch Course

Thursday 10 September, 10:30, Open Round 3, Ranneleroch Course + presentation/closing


The Open entry fee package will include The three rounds of golf + a daily post golf clubhouse meal.  Golf carts will be an additional cost to the initial entry fee.  The SDGC has booked all Strathmore's carts each day and these will be allocated on confirmation of entry to essential users only.  Individual players may use their own golf vehicles, but must sign a insurance waver before play .


The Challenge match on Tuesday 8 September is a game to promote golfers with disabilities, with the members of the club and all players will be mixed up into teams of four golfers to play the course.  The format is singles, as all Open players scores will count toward the Open, but also toward a total tee time team score for the Challenge match.


Entry to this event is only open to amateur golfing members of the SDGC. .


Local accommodation is not part of the Open package and players must arrange this on their own account.  Some contacts for hotel, guest house or bed and breakfast bookings are: Visit scotland, Discover Blairgowrie or Visit Cateran Country.


Scottish Golf Development Fund

Scottish Golf Development Fund

Although we have played various formats over the last 20 years, the current and fully inclusive, Scottish Open Golf Championship structure, was first played in 2008 at the St Michaels Golf Club, Leuchars in Fife, where Sidey Ltd first became involved, with the Lord Provost of Fife, by sponsoring the event and its golfers with disabilities.  Subsequent Open Championships were held at other venues like Scotscraig Golf Club in Tayport Fife,, an Open qualifying course and the 13th oldest in the world, and several other prestigious venues around the country.


The Sidey Ltd, Isle of Harris Golf Club  & Caledonia Cup Champions


2019 Dalmahoy Golf & Country Club in Edinburgh, Martin Webb (Scotland) Nett, Paul Ellison (Scotland) Gross, Gordon Latto (Scotland) Stableford

2017 Fairmont Hotel at St Andrews Fife, Mike Jones (Wales)Nett, Jonathan Penfold (England) Gross, Shaun Beazley (Scotland) Stableford

2016 Greens Hotel Kinross in Perthshire, Dave Standing (England)Nett, Andy Gardiner (England) Gross, Mike Jones (Wales) Stableford

2014 Murrayshall Hotel in Perthshire, Paul Cunningham (England) Nett, James Hourigan (Ireland) Gross, Billy Cairns (Scotland) Stableford

2012 Greens Hotel Kinross in Perthshire, Adrian Canny (Ireland) Net, Kevin Harmison (England) Gross, Steven Cunningham (Scotland) Stableford

2010 Scotscraig Golf Course Tayport in Fife, Colin Brock (Scotland) Nett, Kevin Harmison (England) Gross, Steven Bramwell (Scotland) Stableford

2008 St Michaels Golf Course Leuchars in Fife, Jim Gales MBE (Scotland) Nett, Mick Horsley (England) Gross, Robert Singh (South Africa) Stableford


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