Monday, March 07, 2016

Tickets Sold Out for Annodata Scottish Golf 
Awards in Edinburgh on Friday evening
Tickets have now sold out for Friday evening’s Annodata Scottish Golf Awards, as Catriona Matthew prepares to receive a Lifetime Achievement honour alongside champions from all levels of the game.
An audience of over 650 guests will gather at the Edinburgh Corn Exchange for the popular fund-raising event, recognising the achievements of players and clubs across the sport and concluding with the award for the ex-Ricoh Women’s British Open winner and Solheim Cup stalwart.
Radio DJ Diane Knox, sister of Scotland’s top-ranked golfer Russell, and broadcaster and Deacon Blue drummer, Dougie Vipond, will co-host this year’s event, with the coveted Aberdeen Asset Management  Player of the Year and Team of the Year awards also up for grabs on the night.
Guests will have the chance to have photographs taken with iconic trophies, including the Solheim and Walker Cups, and win fantastic golfing prizes in the fund-raising auction and prize draw.
Ross Duncan, Scottish Golf’s marketing and commercial director, said: “We’re delighted that golf fans will be turning out in such great numbers once again for the Annodata Scottish Golf Awards and we’re looking forward to what promises to be a great atmosphere for our night of fun and celebration.
“The event has quickly grown into one of the highlights of the golfing calendar in Scotland and it’s a great opportunity for those at all levels of the game to come together to share the stage and reflect on the many great achievement’s we’ve seen in 2015. We’re very grateful to our many sponsors who are supporting the Awards and hopefully we can raise even more money for the two charities.”
A team in the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open Pro-Am, Open Championship hospitality at Royal Troon and a trip to the 2016 Ryder Cup are among the superb array of auction prizes up for grabs.
Keep up-to-date with all the news for the Awards on Twitter @ScottishGolf or search the hashtag #ScotGolfAwards. For further information, visit



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