Friday, June 09, 2017

Nairn Dunbar to stage 2018 Northern Open

Nairn Dunbar is to stage next year's Northern Open - the Tartan Tour event's first visit to the course for nearly 20 years.
The PGA in Scotland's success in securing Nairn Dunbar as the next venue for the prestigious event sees another top links course added to the Northern Open rota in recent years.
Since leaving Meldrum House after being staged there for four consecutive years, it has been staged at Murcar Links, Cruden Bay, Royal Dornoch and Moray Golf Club at Lossiemouth.
Now Scotland's leading home-based professionals are in for another treat when the 2018 tournament visits Nairn Dunbar on June 5-8.
"We are delighted to be taking the Northern Open to Nairn Dunbar next year," said PGA in Scotland secretary Shona Malcolm.
"It further demonstrates the PGA in Scotland's commitment to holding this historic tournament at the best links courses in the Highlands."
It will be the event's fourth visit to the course, where Colin Brooks won in 1990, Kevin Stables triumphed three years later then Alastair Forsyth claimed the title in 1999.



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