SAPCA Scottish Golf Day 2024

Carnoustie, Angus
22/08/2024 - 22/08/2024

Members are invited to book their places at this year’s SAPCA Scottish Golf Day on Thursday 22nd August at the world renowned Carnoustie Golf Links, Angus, Scotland.

The SAPCA Scottish Open 2024 will be the 3rd time that the competition has taken place. This year, it will be played on the Carnoustie Burnside Links. It was on this course in 1953 where the great Ben Hogan shot 70 in order to qualify for the Open Championship which he subsequently won.

Carnoustie Burnside Links course – All images © Carnoustie

As well as the golf competition, the day will again provide a valuable and popular opportunity to socialise and network with friends and colleagues, new and old, from across the industry.

The cost for the full day is £112 plus VAT per golfer.

For the golfers the programme for the day is:

  • Breakfast rolls with freshly ground coffee or tea on arrival – from 9.15am onwards.
  • The SAPCA Scottish Open: 18 holes of golf on the Burnside Course – from 10:30am
  • Refreshments are available at the ‘Halfway House’.
  • Relaxation and two-course meal at the Rookery Restaurant within the Carnoustie Golf Links building.
  • Presentation of prizes

Due to the popularity of the world renowned Carnoustie Golf Links, places were limited on a first come, first serve basis and were initially capped at 24 players. We can now confirm that we have surpassed the initial cap but have managed to obtain additional spaces from the venue. In order to secure a space, can we ask that any interested members book within the next 7 days, after which the booking link will be removed. After this time, members will be able to e-mail SAPCA and add your name to a reserve list accordingly, if any additional spaces become available.

To book your places for the day please use the online form here.

Accommodation:
The Carnoustie Hotel – situated on the back of the iconic 18th Carnoustie Championship Course
The Station Hotel – approx. 500yards from the Carnoustie Links Building