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Families to the Fore at Scottish Seniors Open

9.43am 9th August 2010 - Corporate

A strong field led by Sam Torrance will be heading to Fairmont St Andrews for the 2010 Cleveland/Srixon Scottish Senior Open from 20-22 August. The Cleveland/Srixon Scottish Senior Open is one of the longest-running events on the Senior Tour.

Charles Head, general manager of Fairmont St Andrews, said: “We’re delighted to be welcoming the cream of the Senior Tour back for a second year and are looking forward to another fantastic event.”

Fairmont St Andrews boasts two first-class 18-hole layouts in the Torrance and Kittocks courses. Both have benefited as part of a £17m redevelopment at the luxury resort which also saw improvements to the lavish spa complex and five-star hotel www.fairmont.com/standrews

Off the course International Golf Development (IGD) will provide a feast of golf at their Interactive Golf Zone and on the SNAG Golf Course.

The Interactive Golf Zone, which was launched at this year’s Matrix Jersey Classic on the European Seniors Tour, will allow local kids and their families get an introduction to golf using the SNAG coaching system. IGD coaches will be on hand to help. The interactive golf zone includes 3 different coaching stations were participants can learn the basics of golf.

The SNAG Roller and launchers come in sizes to suit all and the SNAG coaching tools assist in making the learning of golf fun.

Once participant have complete a coaching session, they then have the opportunity to test their newly acquired skills on the SNAG Golf Course, a unique addition to selected Seniors Tour event this year.

The interactive golf zone and the SNAG Golf course are open to all participants and promise much fun.

The Interactive Golf Zone will be open each morning from 9am until play finishes each evening. IGD accredited coaches will be on hand to help any interested golfers.

International Golf Development Ltd |www.snageurope.com

 

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