Ayaka Furue Takes Victory as Dundonald Links Looks Ahead to 2023 Women’s Scottish Open

(August 3, 2022) – Dundonald Links is already relishing the prospect of hosting the 2023 Women’s Scottish Open following the huge success of this year’s event in which Japanese rookie, Ayaka Furue, broke the course record on her way to victory in Ayrshire, Scotland.

The resort has undergone a major recent upgrade under new owners, Darwin Escapes, and won widespread praise from the elite field for its redesigned course and stunning new facilities, which include a two-story clubhouse and a range of modern accommodation lodges.

Furue, 22, had started the final day four shots behind Ko and Celine Boutier, who would go on to finish second at Dundonald, but the Japanese player produced an amazing 10 birdies in her round of 62 to earn herself a deserved first victory on the LPGA Tour with a winning score of 21-under-par.

While the Kyle Phillips designed golf course thrilled the players, they were equally smitten by all of the new luxury amenities at Dundonald Links.

World number four, Lydia Ko, who stayed in one of the new lodges, said, “It’s super convenient. This wasn’t part of the facilities we had last time we were here, so I was surprised when they said there was this option. It’s nice to be able to roll out of bed and you don’t have to think about is there going to be traffic.”

Ian Ferguson, general manager at Dundonald Links, commented: “We had the most fantastic week hosting the world’s best golfers here on site and to hear such overwhelmingly positive feedback from the players on both the course and our facilities has been so gratifying for our whole team here at Dundonald Links. It has been a real pleasure to partner with Trust Golf, VisitScotland, the LPGA, LET and IMG to deliver this prestigious event, so we are delighted to have the opportunity to welcome everyone back here next year.”

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