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Early bird offers on Scottish Open 2012 tickets

By Andrew Dixon

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Castle Stuart golf course
Castle Stuart golf course

TICKETS for the Scottish Open golf championship at Castle Stuart next summer have gone on sale.

The European Tour confirmed last week the 40th anniversary of contest would return north from 12th to 15th July next year and yesterday announced winter discounts on tickets bought before the end of 2011.

A season ticket for all four days can be bought for £60 before 31st December, a saving of £10 on next year’s pre-tournament prices and £20 on admission at the gate.

Some of the world’s best golfers are expected to compete at the event where the sport’s number one ranked player Luke Donald may defend his title.

This year’s event boasted one of the strongest fields on The European Tour international schedule.

The event attracted more than 50,000 visitors despite wet weather forcing the cancellation of one full day’s play.

Adult day tickets are priced at £25 before 31st December, rising to £30 pre-event and £35 on the gate.

Concessions (60 and over) start at £40 for a season ticket and £15 for any one day tickets if purchased this year. Under-16s accompanied by an adult are admitted free of charge and all car parking is also free.

Reserved grandstand seating can also be purchased immediately for the Saturday (£10) and the Sunday (£15) of the event.

Hospitality packages are also available.

Full ticket information can be found at: http://www.europeantour.com/tickets or by telephoning the Ticket Hotline: 0800 023 2557. Postal enquiries should be sent to: European Tour Tickets, Mirren Court Three, 123 Renfrew Court Three, Paisley, PA3 4EA.

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