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World’s best ready to fight it out for 2022 Trust Golf Women’s Scottish Open

By Matt Smith
The cream of women’s golf will descend on Dundonald Links this week for the 2022 Trust Golf Women’s Scottish Open, with the 144-woman field featuring eight of the world’s top 10 — along with 22 major winners — ready to battle it out at the $2 million event.

In the strongest line up to date, 30 countries are represented in the field, 45 LPGA winners with a haul of 194 titles and 28 Solheim Cup players with 74 appearances between them, and three past champions as Ryann O’Toole returns to Scotland to defend her first LPGA title.

The aforementioned 22 major winners boast a total of 39 major championships, including Brooke Henderson, who won the Amundi Evian Championship in France last week.


Joining Henderson at Dundonald Links is 2016 KPMG Women’s PGA Championship winner Brooke Henderson, three-time major winner Anna Nordqvist, world no.8 and winner of the 2014 Evian Championship Hyo Joo Kim, Hannah Green, winner of the 2019 KPMG Women’s PGA Championship, and winner of the 2021 Chevron Championship Patty Tavatanakit.

There are 22 Brits in the Trust Golf Women’s Scottish Open field and among the home hopes are major champion Georgia Hall and Solheim Cup star Charley Hull.

“I am really looking forward to playing,” said Hall. The next month is going to be a very busy time on the schedule, but I can’t wait to kick off the two Scottish events at Dundonald Links (the AIG Women’s Open is at Muirfield next week). I love the challenges of links golf, and last time we played here in 2017 I finished in the top-10 so I am excited to see how the club and course has changed over the last few years”.

After a two-year Covid inflicted hiatus, fans will be welcomed back to the Trust Golf Women’s Scottish Open for the first time since 2019. As well as being able to watch the best of women’s golf take on the challenges of Dundonald Links, there will be plenty of activities for all the family in the Fan Zone, from trying out new Golf technology and sport challenges to enjoying live music and local flavours.

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