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European Tour will open turnstiles at Scottish Open

For the 1st time since the season restart during the coronavirus pandemic, a limited number of spectators will be admitted

Announced: By the European Tour, that a limited number of spectators will be permitted to attend the weekend rounds of the Scottish Open, the first event on the tour to welcome fans onsite. All proceeds from tickets sales will benefit SAMH, Scotland’s national mental-health charity. The tournament will be played Oct. 1-4 at The Renaissance Club in North Berwick, Scotland. On Saturday and Sunday, 650 spectators drawn from local residents will be admitted daily. The PGA Tour has not admitted fans since the season restart in early June and is not expected to open the turnstiles until 2021. Earlier this month at the Sanford International in South Dakota, the Champions Tour admitted a limited number of spectators for the first time since returning to play from the pandemic-induced shutdown.

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