The Women’s Scottish Open will return to Dundonald Links next week – with a phenomenal line up of some of the world’s finest female golfers.

Gemma Dryburgh, Kelsey MacDonald, Michele Thomson, and Kylie Henry are the home players looking to take on the challenge of one of Scotland’s leading links courses from July 28-31.

The Scottish quartet will join an all-star cast which includes of eight out of the world’s top ten players on the Rolex Rankings as well as 19 major winners with 36 major trophies between them including the first three major champions of the year Jennifer Kupcho, Minjee Lee and In Gee Chun.

Gemma Dryburgh commented: “Every year I look forward to playing in the Women’s Scottish Open.”

Tournament title sponsor, Trust Golf, has increased this year’s prize-fund by 33 per cent to $2million.

The Thai based technology enterprise took over as title sponsor in 2021 as part of an ambition to help grow the women’s game.

With an enhanced prize pot, four home-grown talents and the worlds best, Ayrshire is in for a treat when the tournament begins next week.