Scottish Mixed Pairs Golf Week 28th June - 3rd July 2020
Played over 5 Courses in 5 Days
The competition is both unique and fun for all participants. The Stableford format keeps everyone interested right up to the very last putt on the last day. All 5 courses are within close proximity of one another.
Only 20 miles separates the furthest away courses, from Blairgowrie in the West to Forfar in the East, with Alyth and Strathmore within a mile of each other. The courses include the championship Lansdowne course at Blairgowrie, the established heathland courses of Alyth, Forfar and Kirriemuir,all with links to the great Scottish golf course designer James Braid, and the new and challenging course of Strathmore built in 1995 which is a parkland course with impeccable greens. They range in length and difficulty, as well as terrain, yet all have fantastic character and scenery providing the competitors with numerous daily challenges as they try to amass the greatest number of Stableford points over the week.