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 breakdown of prize money for this year is shown below: Winner : £70,000. Runner-up: £30,000. Semi-final: £20,000.
The 2021 Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open will take place at The Renaissance Club in North Berwick from July 8 to 11. The event will be one of four Rolex Series on the 2021 schedule, which was confirmed by the European Tour today and will have an increased prize fund of $8million (£6m).
The Aberdeen Standard Investment Scottish Open returns to The Renaissance Club in 2020 continuing a successful run of events on Scotland’s east coast in 2015, 2018 and 2019.
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”).
Prize money of £25 million will be paid to clubs for season 2018/19
Most PGA Tour caddies make between $1000 and $1500 per week, but they also make a percentage of what the player wins in the tournaments. This usually equates to 5 percent of any finish outside the top 10. Players breaking into the top 10, but not winning, will share 6-8 percent of their prize with their caddies .