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Tagged with "Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open"

Oct 5th, 2020 Article

Rai storms to Scottish Open victory

Aaron Rai made up for the disappointment of losing out at the  Dubai Duty Free Irish Open last week when he defeated Tommy Fleetwood in a play-off to win his first Rolex Series title at the 2020 Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open.

Oct 4th, 2020 Article

Fleetwood on the heels of Rock in Scotland

Tommy Fleetwood will go in search of a third Rolex Series victory at the Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open after making the most of wet conditions at The Renaissance Club. Fleetwood is joined at seven under par alongside Ryder Cup teammate Ian Poulter, who battled to a 73, Swede Marcus Kinhult (71) and Ormsby (70).

Oct 3rd, 2020 Article

Herbert leads as Lawrie takes a bow

Lucas Herbert made the most of favourable conditions to take a one shot lead into the weekend at the Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open. The Australian added a second round of 65 to his opening 66 at The Renaissance Club to top the leaderboard at 11 under par as he goes in search of a second European Tour title in 2020 following his victory in Dubai in January

Oct 2nd, 2020 Article

Westwood rolls back the years in Scotland

Lee Westwood fired two eagles on his way to carding a superb nine-under-par 62 to take a one shot lead after the opening round of the Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open - 22 years after he won the title at Loch Lomond. “I didn't put myself under too much pressure all day. I played solidly. We got the good end of the draw, there's no doubt about that, in the afternoon lot." said Westwood.

Oct 1st, 2020 Article

Fleetwood ready for Renaissance Club debut

Tommy Fleetwood will tee it up for the first time on British soil this season when the Englishman targets the fourth Rolex Series title of his career at the Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open. The 34-year-old won at The Renaissance Club last year after beating Benjamin Hebert in a play-off, and in doing so adding his name to a list of past winners that reads like a who's who of golf.