The 888poker.com PGA EuroPro Tour continues this week with the MarHall.com Scottish Classic.
This is the second year Mar Hall has hosted an event on the Tour. The course, near Glasgow, boasts spectacular views of the River Clyde and the Kilpatrick Hills. Wallace Booth was the winner last year, finishing the 54-holes 11 under on the par-70 course.
[url=europro.bluegolf.com/bluegolf/europro13/event/europro1315/pairings.htm?r=bef050cc-a16b-43ee-a770-5a686b8d5373]Round One[/url] | [url=europro.bluegolf.com/bluegolf/europro13/event/europro1315/pairings.htm?r=982a5328-c847-47db-a39d-26d465c3e495]Round Two[/url]
The MarHall.com Scottish Classic 2013 begins on Wednesday, August 7 at 7:30am, with a two-tee start in operation. The final group will head out at 2:30pm.
Spectator entry to the course is free throughout the week and a two-hour highlights package will air on Sky Sports HD on Tuesday, August 20, repeated four times the following day.
Following the event the top five players on the Order of Merit will be invited to play in the Northern Ireland Open on the Challenge Tour, along with the top five placed Irish nationals on the Order of Merit (provided that they are ranked in the top 100).
If a player is eligible to participate in the Northern Ireland Open under both eligibility criteria outlined (ie, an Irish national is in the top five on the Order of Merit), the additional spot will be awarded to the sixth ranked player on the Order of Merit. If there are not five Irish nationals ranked in the top 100, the remaining spots will also be offered to the remaining highest ranked players on the Order of Merit.