The Renaissance Club
The 2020 Scottish Open has been postponed as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. The European Tour has today confirmed that the event, which had been scheduled to take place at The Renaissance Club in North Berwick from July 9-12, will now not be going ahead that week.
The Renaissance Club, North Berwick, Scotland As part of The Rolex Series, The Scottish Open attracts a world class field each year as golfers from across the globe get their prep in prior to The Open .
The 2020 Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open purse is set for $7,000,000, with the winner’s share coming in at $1,142,400 — not the standard 16.67 percent payout according to the European Tour’s prize money distribution chart.
The breakdown of prize money for this year is shown below: Winner : £70,000. Runner-up: £30,000. Semi-final: £20,000.
Invest Archerfield LLC, a US based Limited Liability Company also founded by Sarvadi and his five brothers will continue its ownership participation and support.
This year the 2020 Aberdeen Standard Investments Ladies Scottish Open will be shown LIVE on Sky Sports (UK) and the Golf Channel (US). You’ll be able to capture the action live Thursday through Sunday.
Mark Selby wrapped up victory over Ronnie O’Sullivan to retain his Scottish Open title, defending his crown with an 9-3 win in Milton Keynes.
The biggest win of Aaron Rai’s career, at the Scottish Open , was notable for Tommy Fleetwood’s painful play-off moment. Having produced a wonderful birdie at the 72nd hole to force his way into sudden death with Rai, Fleetwood was the clear favourite to prevail at the Renaissance club in East Lothian.
How To Watch The Matchroom. Live Scottish Open UK. Quest – for listings click here. Europe (including UK) and Australia. Eurosport (see below UK broadcast schedule) and the Eurosport App. China. Superstar Online. Liaoning TV. Youku. Zhibo.tv. Migu. Hong Kong. Now TV. Thailand. True Sport. Taiwan. Sport Cast. New Zealand. Sky Sports. Canada. DAZN.
Located on the coastline just east of the town centre, Fairmont St Andrews, host of the Scottish Championship presented by AXA on the European Tour (Oct 15-18), is a 21st century stay-opened in 2001 (originally named “St. Andrews Bay”).