Scottish Open, 14 of the best 15 in the world



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Scottish Open, 14 of the best 15 in the world

Major appetizer in Scotland where, from 7 to 10 July, the Genesis Scottish Open is staged. In North Berwick, on the course of The Renaissance Club, 14 of the best 15 in the world will also take the field. From number 1, the American Scottie Scheffler, to Jon Rahm.

Many protagonists in the race and among the big names, only the Northern Irish Rory McIlroy (second in the world ranking) will be missing.

Scottish Open, schedule

Third tournament of the Rolex Series 2022, is organized in combination by DP World Tour and PGA Tour.

There will be six blues in the race. Back to play in Europe, Francesco Molinari, second in this event in 2012. With him there will also be his brother Edoardo (who instead made him the Scottish Open in 2010). And again: Guido Migliozzi, Francesco Laporta, Nino Bertasio and Andrea Pavan are in the field.

Australian Min Woo Lee will defend the title won in 2021. Three dissidents from the DP World Tour will also be on the green - and new faces of the Arab Super League - such as Ian Poulter, Adrian Otaegui and Justin Harding.

Their suspension from the circuit was in fact temporarily lifted after Sport Revolution UK, a non-profit legal body that provides interpretations on sports law, established that the three golfers are in possession of regular "cards" to play on the DP World Tour 2022.

. But there will be many faces of the Super League in Scotland, including the South African Branden Grace who recently won the second round of the LIV Golf in Portland. The Scottish Open, which is giving away 8,000,000 dollars, precedes The Open, the fourth and last male Major of 2022 scheduled from 14 to 17 July also in Scotland but in St.

Andrews. The Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews is one of the oldest and most prestigious golf clubs in the world. It is located in St Andrews, Scotland and is universally known as the "Home of Golf" Officially it was one of the regulators for the game of golf until 2004, when this function was taken over by a body known as the R&A.