Scottish Open + WGE presented by Latitude 64

PDGA logoSat-Sun, May 18-19, 2024 at Bluebell Woods DGC in Dunbar, Scotland
B-tier · PDGA-sanctioned singles tournament

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The Scottish Open presented by Latitude 64 May 18th -19th 2024 - Sat/Sun PDGA B-tier event hosted at the awa ... more
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Seamus Scanlon    May 6 at 8:48am

Hello Everyone, I hope you are all doing well, I look forward to greeting you at Bluebell Woods soon. We have made a change to the format on Sunday May 19th, we will tee off with tee times on Sunday instead of a shotgun start. Sorry if this in an inconvenience for anyone, please get in touch if we can help.


Seamus Scanlon    April 1 at 7:26am


Nick Smith    March 27 at 6:42pm

Do you have to be current PDGA to play?

Seamus Scanlon   April 2 at 6:39pm

Hi Nick, you do not need to be a PDGA member to play in a B-tier in Europe. Sorry I thought I'd answered you a while ago. Cheers

Seamus Scanlon    March 7 at 8:14am

Hello, the first twelve women to register for the Scottish Open + WGE will receive a WGE player pack in addition to the tournament player pack. There are currently 5 WGE player packs available.The WGE portion of our event is 3 rounds, 2 on Saturday and one round on Sunday, WGE participants can choose to play one or all three rounds. Thank You


Joe Coulter    February 26 at 5:53pm

I will be visiting Scotland May 17 - May 27th.
Staying in Edinburgh Friday, May 17 - Monday, May 20 and saw that this tournament is happening.
I will not have a rental car until Monday, May 20th when I head north. But, was wondering how easy is it to get to this course with out a car. Is there public transportation? Taxi/Lyft/Uber? Carpooling with other competitors available?

Seamus Scanlon   February 27 at 9:03am

Hi Joe, Thank You for contacting us. Scotland has very good public transportation but I think we can easily get you a ride from Edinburgh. Public transport is the X7 bus from Edinburgh is about an hour or there is a train (express if you time it right 22mins) from Waverley Ration in Edinburgh to Dun ... more

Seamus Scanlon   February 27 at 9:03am

Waverley Station not ration:)

Joe Coulter   February 27 at 2:30pm

Thank you. This is great news and very helpful.