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Solheim Cup (2019) as the world’s largest and most prized event in female golf, the Solheim Cup atracts many of the most exciting female golfers from Europe and the US/ Norwegian emigree Karsten Solheim — a staunch supporter of women’s golf and the LPGA — conceived the idea of the Solheim Cup in five short months, staging the inaugural event in Florida in 1990, well ahead of the LPGA evolving into the global tour it is today. The 2018 fixture will see the finest players compete for the cup at the PGA Centenary Course at Gleneagles Hotel in Perthshire.


Visit... Edinburgh A rich history courses through the life-blood of Edinburgh: Scotland’s fine capital where the old and the new seamlessly intertwine. Edinburgh Castle holds court above the city’s historic heart where cobblestone streets scatered with street artists and musicians weave around the Golden Mile among museums, stores and restaurants and absorbing views extend all the way to the Firth of Forth.


Play... North Berwick Of all the fine West Lothian courses, the historic West Links course at North Berwick boasts the longest golfing heritage with golf played regularly since the 17th century — and still played on the same patch of land. Gasp-inducing views abound across the Firth of Forth and the islands of Bass Rock, Craigleith, Lamb and Fidra, as well as the town of North Berwick itself. A true championship links course, having hosted Final Qualifying for The Open Championship and both Gentlemen and Ladies Amateur Championships, the North Berwick is one of Scotland’s most welcoming clubs for visiting golfers northberwickgolfclub.com


Hideki Matsuyama


Cristie Kerr, Danielle Kang and Paula Creamer of Team USA celebrate


Waste Management Phoenix Open (Jan / Feb 2018) as of one of international golf’s early fixtures, the Phoenix Open helped kick-start the year’s golf in style at the Tournament Players Club of Scotsdale, Arizona. Fondly dubbed as ‘The Greatest Show on Grass’, the event draws one of the largest crowds on the PGA Tour with around 15,000 golf fans clamouring for a spot by the 16th hole, lending it stadium status.


Visit... Scotsdale As the home to Arizona’s swankiest hotels, bars, fine dining and designer-brand shopping, Scotsdale is a cosmopolitan oasis in the middle of a cactus-peppered terrain. In among the Frank Lloyd Wright architecture and world-class spas you’ll find tour guides ready to explore the Sonoran Desert’s saguaro-studded hiking trails where orange-magenta sunsets provide a striking backdrop to spectacular arid sands. Take a balloon flight, stroll streets lined with olive trees in the city’s Old Town, or enjoy a Wild West-style stagecoach trip along Fiſth Avenue.


Play... Troon North Set among natural ravines and amber-coloured sands, the Troon North Golf Club epitomizes the magic of a Scotsdale desert golf experience with two 18-hole courses stretching around the foothills of the Pinnacle Peak. Giant granite boulders lie strewn across the rugged Sonoran Desert terrain and Troon North utilises these to dramatic effect within its iconic Southwestern layout. troonnorthgolf.com


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