Amateur women are invited to take part in an exciting new four-day team event in Scotland next year.

Here's something that might interest those of you in Scotland, or basically any woman golfer who fancies playing some of Scotland's best courses...

Sports tour operator MTX Golf has a launched a six-day, four round tournament for amateur women like you, and it sounds really quite amazing.

The format

The fun and social team event is based in the home of golf, St Andrews in Scotland.

Taking place from September 22 to 27 2021, participants will stay five nights at the Old Course Hotel and play three thrilling links courses and one heathland course over four days.

The itinerary takes in Dumbarnie Links (which only opened May 2020), the iconic Kingsbarns and over at St Andrew's the New Course and The Duke’s.  

Four different formats will be used for each round, with the final played in a Solheim-Cup style format where players compete for the top prize - the Fifer Cup.

There will also be plenty of time to socialise with all the other contestants and experience some of the lovely Scottish hospitality and beauty of the surrounding area.

Basically, it sounds like the dream trip.

The New Course at St. Andrews


Entry requirements:

  • Golfers must enter as a team of two.
  • Participants must have a handicap of 24 or less. 

The packages are tailored for both golfers and non-golfers, just in case you have a beginner golfer or non-golfing friend who just fancies coming along for the experience.

Packages start from £5,369 for players sharing a twin room. This includes a five-night stay at The Old Course Hotel, four rounds of golf with lunch afterwards, welcome and prize giving three-course dinners, gin tasting, a 50-minute massage and more.

MTX founder Nicole Scott-McKie, an ex-hockey internationalist , commented, “We believe we have created something totally unique and we hope to welcome enthusiastic golfers from across the UK, Ireland and beyond. Whilst there are tournaments for fathers and sons, and other events aimed at male golfers, we felt there was a real gap for an exciting tournament for female, amateur golfers."

We think it sounds brilliant!

You can find out more and enter at

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