In addition to the winner’s cheque, the top professional at this year’s event will collect a bottle of Tomatin 50-year-old single malt, which has been bottled exclusively for the tournament. Having matured for half a century, the deep-honey coloured malt is encased in a handblown Glencairn crystal decanter (2019 version pictured).
Stuart McColm, general manager at Castle Stuart and Pro Am organiser, said: “The Highland Golf Links Pro Am is already one of the richest events in the PGA in Scotland Tour, but the addition of this prize by our headline sponsor means it offers something different to any other golf competition in Scotland.”
Stephen Bremner, managing director of the globally-renowned Tomatin Distillery, said: “The 50-year-old malt is a very special whisky, which is fitting for such an outstanding event at three of the finest courses in Scotland.”
As well as the winning pro prize, Tomatin is supplying all players in the event with an exclusive bottle of 16-year-old single malt from a commemorative cask.
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