Dalmahoy will once again stage the Loch Lomond Whiskies Scottish PGA Championship.

Dalmahoy and the Loch Lomond Whiskies Scottish PGA Championship have a long and cherished relationship stretching back to 1931, when the venue first held the event.

Teeing off with the Pro-Am 18-hole competition on Monday 26 August, Dalmahoy and the Scottish PGA is inviting up to 20 teams comprising one professional and three amateurs and the single best net score with each hole counting towards the total team score.

The championship, one of eight Order of Merit events on the PGA in Scotland schedule, is a 72-hole contest and will run from Tuesday 27 to Friday 30 August. After 36-holes, the leading 40 players and those tied for 40th place will advance to the closing 36-holes.

Graeme Robertson, who won the title at Scotscraig last season, will defend his crown at Dalmahoy and will be joined in the field by former winners such as Alastair Forsyth, Chris Doak, Graham Fox and last year's Tartan Tour No 1, Paul O'Hara.

To enter a team for the Pro-Am on Monday 26 August, the cost is £500 per team of three players, which includes the Pro Host.

Dalmahoy’s Pro-Am package includes;
- Hospitality with morning refreshments and breakfast roll served ahead of play
- On-course prizes
- Lunch buffet following play
- Prize-giving

Spaces are limited with up to 20 team slots available.

To book, email Craig Waddell, director of Golf & Leisure at 

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