ASI Scottish Open changes date for second time
Golfers will see dates change (pic: Terry Murden)
The Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open has been rescheduled for the second time and will be moved forward by a week.
Originally planned for its usual July slot, the tournament was due to take place on 8-11 October at The Renaissance Club in East Lothian.
Organisers have now moved it to 1-4 October, filling a slot that became available following the decision to call off this year’s Alfred Dunhill Links Championship.
The BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth has also been brought forward by a week to fill the Scottish Open slot.
In a statement, the European Tour said: “The Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open and the BMW PGA Championship will be subject to the European Tour’s health strategy based on respective government guidelines in Scotland and in England.”