Wednesday, 1 July 2015

Scottish Open Putting Championship

Guest post by Buzzworks Holdings

Buzzworks Scottish Open Putting Championships

Putt your way to £1000!
Buzzworks Scottish Open Putting Championship
1-2 August 2015
Putting Green, Prestwick Promenade
Ladies & Gentlemen,
Dust down that trusty flat stick and brush up on your short game – as Prestwick in Ayrshire gets set to host the inaugural Buzzworks Scottish Open Putting Championship!
In this instance, ‘Open’ means just that. From scratch players to novices, young up-and-comers to more seasoned veterans, this is a chance to try your luck and walk home with a cool £1000* in cash! With qualifications on Saturday and the final on Sunday, there are plenty of prizes to be won for all age groups and abilities.
Prestwick is renowned as the birthplace of Open golf, so there could be no finer location for the first ever Buzzworks Inaugural Scottish Open Putting Championship than Prestwick’s historic shorefront putting green, reopened last year after undergoing a major restoration project.
What’s more, with the Women’s British Open taking place just down the road at Turnberry, it promises to be a fantastic few days of golfing action. And once you have shown your skills on the putting green you can throw a few shapes on the dance floor proper, as Prestwick’s annual live music extravaganza, Presfest, returns for another weekend of rock, folk, ska, funk and everything in between!

Best of luck – we look forward to seeing you out on the green…

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  1. ​To be given the opportunity to hold The Buzzworks Inaugural Scottish Open Putting Championship on the 1/2 August 2015 is a privilege for the restored Putting Green at Prestwick Promenade. In addition to the significant prize for the Champion (£1000 cash or £500 voucher for golfers) there will be a wide selection of category prizes. We are standing on the shoulders of giants .... The 1860 Open Championship was a golf competition held at Prestwick Golf Club, in Ayrshire, Scotland. It is now regarded as the first Open Championship.