Can Henrik make it a double at The 146th Open?
Henrik Stenson couldn’t hide his delight after picking up his second Race to Dubai trophy at the season finale championship on Sunday.
26 June 2017
Remedy Oaks is set amongst 256 acres of ancient woodland, which lends to a sense of maturity and stature even though the course was opened in 2005. The 18 hole championship layout has been designed to challenge golfers of all levels. With various water hazards and tall woodland trees purposefully placed, golfers certainly need to choose their shots wisely.
Designed by Englishman and former Ryder Cup Captain John Jacobs, Remedy Oak measures 7,005 yards at a par of 72 is known as one of the finest inland courses in Britain.
The name stems from the healing powers long associated with the nearby Remedy Oak tree, legend states that the boy king, King Edward V1, who came to the throne at the age of 9, sat under this tree and 'touched for the Kings evil'.
The number of places in to Final Qualifying will be determined once all competitors have teed off.
= Exempt, Q = Qualified
America's Kent Bulle booked himself a place at The Open with a successful defence of the 111TH Visa Open de Argentina presented by OSDE at Olivos Golf Club on Sunday.
Australia’s Ashley Hall, Cameron Smith and Aaron Baddeley secured their places in The Open after qualifying at the Emirates Australian Open at Royal Sydney Golf Club on Sunday.