Pick your favourite from July’s magnificent seven to be in with a chance of winning an Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open prize pack thanks to the latest Shot of the Month competition.
Not only will one lucky winner be the proud owner of a quality leather holdall, but they will also receive a personalised iPad cover and pitchfork set.
With action from all four events last month it really is a bumper bunch to choose from, whether you prefer long putts, hole outs from the fairway or clutch play under the utmost tournament pressure, there is plenty to whet the appetite.
Alstom Open de France
Shot 1 – Having found the water down the left of the first on day two at Le Golf National Ian Poulter was staring double bogey in the face, but having taken a penalty drop and been forced to lay-up, he produced a sublime pitch from a hundred yards that bounced past the hole before spinning back into the cup for an unlikely par four.
Shot 2 – Marcel Siem had not won on The European Tour in eight years, but the experience of being in contention on a number of occasions earlier this season held him in good stead, handling the final day nerves with aplomb and dispatching this fine short iron straight at the flag on 15 to set up a birdie and increase his stranglehold on the title.
Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open
Shot 3 – Having shied away from the hole at the par three eighth during the final round at Castle Stuart Golf Links, Thomas Levet would have been more than happy to get down in two from eighty feet, but he went one better, taming the subtly sloping green and finding the bottom of the cup for an unlikely two.
Shot 4 – Jeev Milkha Singh is India’s most successful golfing export, and he proved why on the first extra hole of a play-off against Francesco Molinari, firing a gorgeous short iron up the hill at 18 to set up a birdie that would seal his fourth win on The European Tour.
The 141st Open Championship
Shot 5 - Ernie Els proved his Major credentials once more at Royal Lytham en route to his second Open Championship title, and his tee shot on the par three 12th hole went a long way to securing that victory, bounding in a mid-iron up to four feet to set up a critical birdie with just six holes left to play.
Shot 6 – Knowing a birdie was needed to have any hope of taking the title, Ernie Els dispatched yet another pin-point approach on the final day to set up a closing three that would eventually prove critical in ensuring a one stroke win over Adam Scott, and a fourth Major Championship victory.
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Shot 7 – With the weight of a nation on his shoulders Bernd Wiesberger produced a stunning final round 65 at Diamond Country Club, with his near perfect approach at the short ninth setting up the first of seven birdies on the closing holes that saw him win by three strokes.
There are this month’s contenders, now all you have to do is pick your favourite, and register your vote on My European Tour to be in with a chance of winning our fantastic prize pack.