Wednesday, 10 July 2013
Castle Stuart ready for Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open  (Getty Images)
Castle Stuart ready for Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open (Getty Images)

This week The European Tour heads to Inverness to the stunning Castle Stuart Golf Links for the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open. One of the strongest fields of the year will tee up on Scotland’s Moray Firth coast including 6 Major Champions and 21 Ryder Cup players. ETW will be on the range with the latest views of the players on the eve of the tournament.


ETW recently met up with Stephen Gallacher, who will be amongst the home favourites to lift the trophy this week in Scotland. Gallacher returned to the winners’ enclosure after nearly nine years with an impressive victory in the 2013 Omega Dubai Desert Classic.


Our review this week comes from Paris and the oldest national Open in Continental Europe, the Alstom Open de France.  ETW will bring you the best of the action from Le Golf National, the course that will stage the 2018 Ryder Cup.


Whilst in Paris European Tour Weekly caught up with Alexander Levy, an American-born Frenchman who is playing in his rookie season on The European Tour. Levy finished 30th on The Challenge Tour last year and gained his Tour card for 2013 through the Qualifying School Final Stage at PGA Catalunya Resort.


With the 142nd Open Championship at Muirfield just over a week away ETW has a special report on local final qualifying.

Together with all of the latest news and statistics from the Tour, this completes another edition of European Tour Weekly.

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