A host of global stars will join World Number One and newly-crowned U.S. Open champion Jon Rahm at the Renaissance Club for this year’s Scottish Open from July 8-11, the second Rolex Series event on the 2021 Race to Dubai.
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Joining compatriots Justin Thomas, Collin Morikawa and Xander Schauffele, who sit third, fourth and fifth on the Official World Golf Rankings, and making their Scottish Open debuts will be Billy Horschel, Scottie Scheffler and Will Zalatoris.
Horschel won his first WGC title at the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play in March, Zalatoris impressed at this year’s Masters Tournament, finishing second behind Hideki Matsuyama, while Scheffler has six top ten finishes on the PGA TOUR this season.
European Ryder Cup heroes Lee Westwood, the reigning Race to Dubai champion, 12-time European Tour winner Ian Poulter, World Number 11 and three-time Rolex Series winner Tyrrell Hatton and Major Champions Martin Kaymer and Henrik Stenson will also return to Scotland this summer.
Englishman Aaron Rai will defend his title in the company of compatriots Matt Fitzpatrick, Andy Sullivan, Matt Wallace and 2016 Masters Tournament champion Danny Willett, who have 21 European Tour titles between them.
Leading the home charge will be top-ranked Scotsman Robert MacIntyre, currently 50th in the world, David Law, Stephen Gallacher and Richie Ramsay.
Golf fans have the opportunity to book their place at the Scottish Open, with a strictly limited number of tickets still available.
Tickets for each of the four Scottish Open competition days will be priced at £10 for juniors (14-18 years), £30 for concessions and £35 for adults, with under 13s going free. Tickets must be purchased in advance and will not be available on site during the tournament.
The only official sales channel to purchase tickets for the 2021 Scottish Open is via the ticketing platform Eventbrite. The resale of tickets on unofficial platforms contravenes the European Tour’s ticket terms and conditions and such sales render the ticket void.