Scottish Open Tickets

LUSS, UNITED KINGDOM - JULY 14: Gregory Havret of France lines up a putt during the third round of The Barclays Scottish Open at Loch Lomond Golf Club on July 14, 2007 in Luss, Scotland. (Photo by Ian Walton/Getty Images)You can book your Scottish Open tickets for 2008 online, at the official Barclays Scottish Open web site or via the European Tour tickets web site.

If you book online, you qualify for up to a 10% discount. The Barclays Scottish Open site is also offering a free Barclays Scottish Open bag and a free spectator guide per online booking made.

To book tickets via post or fax, you can download a ticket booking form from the Barclays Scottish Open site. Alternatively, you can book Scottish Open tickets by phone, at +44 (0) 141 887 2992.

Scottish Open Ticket Prices

Ticket prices may increase for tickets booked after 31 January 2008. Prices listed include the 10% discount for online booking.

Season Ticket

Admission for all four days of the 2008 Scottish Open and for the practice/pro am day. Price: £54.00 or, for senior citizens, £31.50

Any One Day Ticket

Admission for any one day between Thursday 10 and Sunday 13 July.

Price: £21.60 or, for senior citizens, £12.60

Practice Day Ticket

Admission to the practice event on Wednesday 9 July, for all adults (including senior citizens).

Price: £5.40

Children under 16 who are accompanied by adults will be admitted free.

Scottish Open Corporate Packages

For corporate guests, you can choose to book a hospitality package that includes full-day VIP treatment at

Loch Lomond’s renowned Rossdhu Club, which is situated alongside the sixth hole on the Scottish Open course. Each package includes a Scottish Open ticket and full dining and hospitality for each place booked. The package prices per guest are as follows:

  • Thursday, 10 July: £351.33
  • Friday, 11 July: £410.08
  • Saturday, 12 July: £264.38
  • Sunday, 13 July: £264.38

Book your Scottish Open tickets early to avoid missing the excitement at Loch Lomond, as top European Tour players go head to head just a week before the Open Championship.