The Courier & Advertiser (Perth and Perthshire Edition)
Tickets for Kingsbarns
Tickets are now available for the 2017 Ricoh Women’s British Open at Kingsbarns Golf Links in Fife later this year. With the world’s top five players confirmed as takin part, fans can ensure they will be part of the world-class action from August 3-6.
Renowned as one of the world’s most international majors, with players from 30 nationalities competing last year, the championship makes its debut appearance at the iconic Fife course, where 21-year-old Ariya Jutanugarn will defend her title.
As a special advance purchase, fans are being offered 20% off general admission one-day tickets and season tickets for all purchases online until midnight June 10.
Upgraded clubhouse tickets and official corporate hospitality packages are also available.
Chloe got her Irish Women’s Open Strokeplay campaign under way – yesterday – she carded a one-over par 76 to lie 10 shots behind runaway leader Maria Dunne – before her summer schedule intensifies.
“Ireland is a good opportunity and I hope to do well,” she said.
“I’ve had a couple of weeks to get productive practice in and work hard at the same time as doing exams.
“Then the week after I’m going away with the university team to the Slovenia Amateur events, which one of my team mates, Gemma Batty, won last year.
“June gets really busy with British events and I’m looking forward to getting out and playing.”
Chloe hails from a strong swimming family. Her parents both raced at national level whilst her aunt (Ruth Gilfillan) competed for GB in the Seoul 1988 Olympic Games.
But when her family moved to St Andrews, the then eight-year-old Chloe soon got involved in golf, with a little help from her grandfather.
“St Andrews was the perfect place for me to be introduced to golf,” she explained.