Advance Tickets are now available for the 2014 Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open for bookings made before 31 December 2013. To book tickets click here.
For corporate hospitality or exhibition interest please contact Robert Gordon on 01344 840538 or email email@example.com
Mobility Scooters will be available from Wednesday 9th July – Sunday 13th July
Shopmobility Aberdeen is proud and delighted to be providing powered scooters and volunteer assistance to people attending the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open.
If you are currently experiencing difficulties with your mobility and would like to use our services, please call (01224) 254338 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your requirements, and we will do everything we can to make sure you have a wonderful day at Royal Aberdeen Golf Course.
Will be at the front of the Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre (AECC) public car park.
Travelling by Car
If driving from the south, there is the choice of the main A90 dual carriageway or the A92 nearer the coast. Another option, which passes through the spectacular scenery of the Cairngorms National Park, is to wind your way north from Perth to Blairgowrie on the A93 and head over the Cairnwell Pass - at 2,200 ft the highest public road in Britain - before sweeping down into Royal Deeside. Coming from Inverness, the quickest route to Aberdeen is along the A96. A more scenic alternative is the Highland Tourist Route through Speyside, which passes many of Scotland’s famous malt whisky distilleries. Find out more about Scotland’s tourist routes.
Travelling by Bus
Why not let someone else drive? Express coach links from all major cities to the area are available. Scottish Citylink connects more than 200 locations across Scotland, including fast and frequent links between Aberdeen and other cities. There is also an excellent network of local bus services in Aberdeen City and Shire.
For more information see Megabus, Stagecoach or National Express.
Travelling by Rail
Aberdeen Rail Station is located in the heart of the city and offers frequent services to and from other major UK cities. There are hourly services from both Glasgow and Edinburgh with both journeys taking around two-and-a half hours along the scenic East Coast Line. The journey from Inverness to Aberdeen takes little more than two hours.
If travelling from London, why not board the Caledonian Sleeper and arrive in Aberdeen refreshed and ready for a day at the golf?
For more information see ScotRail or National Rail.
Travelling by Air
Aberdeen Airport is one of the UK’s fastest growing airports, serving more than 3 million passengers a year, and is located just 6 miles from the city centre. There are scheduled flights to and from more than 30 regional UK airports and international cities, involving around 20 different airlines. Each day there are dozens of flights between London and Aberdeen with flight times standing at just over an hour. You can also fly in from European cities such as Amsterdam, Paris and Copenhagen and countries such as Norway.
Find out more information about direct flights to Scotland.
For all local and national public transport timetables and journey planning information seeTraveline Scotland.
Travelling by Ferry
If you are travelling to Aberdeen by ferry you will enjoy one of the best views of the city. Aberdeen harbour is one of the busiest ports in Britain and is close to the city centre. There are scheduled ferry routes from both Orkney and Shetland to Aberdeen, both run by Serco NorthLink Ferries.
For more information see Serco NorthLink Ferries.
Programmes and Drawsheets
Programmes: £5 available to purchase from the Welcome Tent and Information Booth. Customers purchasing a programme will be entitled to a free drawsheet on day of purchase.
Drawsheets: £1 available to purchase from the Welcome Tent and Information Booth.