Overview of 2016 Aberdeen Asset Management Ladies Scottish Open
Isabelle Boineau from France claimed her first Ladies European Tour title by a stroke after a close battle with Sweden’s Linda Wessberg at Dundonald Links in North Ayrshire. The 27-year-old from Marseille was mentally preparing for a play-off after making par on the long 18th hole but Wessberg missed a short putt and Boineau could breathe a sigh of relief as the title was hers. Although nervous, she had fond memories of playing at the same venue in the 2007 Duke of York Young Champions Trophy as a teenager, where she finished second. This time, she was able to go one better and finally get her win.
About Aberdeen Asset Management Ladies Scottish Open
The Aberdeen Asset Management Ladies Scottish Open was played at Dundonald Links for the second time in 2016 and was a winner for players, celebrities and fans alike. A host of big names competed in the Dunhill-Links inspired Pro-Am format event including celebrity singers Brian McFadden and Keith Duffy, actor Dougray Scott and newsreader Naga Munchetty. There was also a range of entertainment for everyone with a packed public village and interactive zone, which was all absolutely free.