Article Source: Genesis Scottish Open
First Published: 6 July 2022 9:38
Updated: 6 July 2022 14:06
With the school holiday’s well under way and temperatures set to rise towards the end of the week, the Genesis Scottish Open have just the activity for all this family this weekend, as they invite all children under 12 to go FREE at this year’s competition.
Taking place at The Renaissance Club, Gullane from 7th – 10th July, the event not only has 9 out of the 10 best players in the world, but also a fantastic spectator’s village full of food, drinks and entertainment for everyone to enjoy - it’s the perfect day out for friends and family.
Forecasts are expected to be dry and sunny so ditch the waterproofs and umbrellas and bring the sun cream. Gates open at 7:30am Thursday – Saturday, with Sunday opening at 8:30am. Parking is available on site along with busses which will be operating to and from Longniddry train station.
Kids go free with any adult ticket purchase. Adult tickets start at £45 and youths (13-17yrs) start at £12.50 and can be purchased HERE.
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