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A unique and valuable prize awaits the winner of this year’s Highland Golf Links Pro Am 2019 sponsored by Tomatin.

In addition to the first-place cheque, the winning professional will collect a bottle of Tomatin 50-year-old single malt which has been bottled exclusively for the event and valued at more than £10,000.

The special dram will provide an extra incentive for the pros competing in one of the richest events on the PGA in Scotland Tour with a prize fund of £60,000, based on a capacity field of 60 teams.

The headline sponsor will also ensure the event is even more memorable for the amateur players, with each receiving an exclusive bottle of 16-year-old single malt from a commemorative cask.

The tournament’s new corporate partner this year, TaylorMade, will also provide the amateurs with TP5 golf balls and a tour-preferred glove, while there will be a chance to win one of nine TaylorMade M5 drivers in nearest the pin competitions at three Par 3 holes on each course, as well as a number of other prizes.

The 54-hole event will be played from 30 September to 2 October at three of Scotland’s finest links courses – Royal Dornoch, Castle Stuart and Nairn.

Teams from across the UK and Europe, as well as one from the USA, will be competing and the tournament also provides plenty activities off the course.

Inverness Provost Helen Carmichael will be hosting a drinks reception for players in the Town House on the opening night. The following evening, a networking event will be held at the city centre bar operated by the Black Isle Brewery, another new corporate sponsor, allowing players to learn more about Scotland’s only organic brewery, its range of beers and the philosophy behind them.

And the competition closes with a dinner and prizegiving ceremony at the Kingsmills Hotel, a Pro Am partner.

A few spaces are still available for the tournament. For more information on how to enter visit


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