Scottish Ladies Open: Weekend gallery

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The best of the pictures from the penultimate Ladies European Tour event before the Women's Open

We take a look back at the action after Australian Rebecca Artis overturned a six shot deficit to best Suzann Pettersen and seal a second Ladies European Tour title at the Dundonald Links, Scotland.

Artis needed the lowest score of the tournament to get her hands on the trophy, after the world number seven Pettersen who faltered in the closing stages and ended two shots behind the eventual winner.

“Sometimes you fight all your life to try and get that first win and sometimes the second win is maybe even harder,” said Artis of her second Tour victory. Her last of which came at the Helsingborg Open in Sweden two years ago.

Let’s take a look at the best of the action from a blustery and damp Dundonald Links.


Charley Hull surveys the course at Dundonald Links


Cheyenne Woods smiles whilst sporting the Saltire on her cap

Former Westlife man Brian McFadden celebrates with Rory Lawson during his first round of the Pro-Am


Carly Booth catches her ball after sinking a putt during the first round at Dundonald Links


Australia’s Stacy Keating signs autographs of fans during her first round

Ann-Kathirin Lindner of Germany surveys a bunker at the back of the Dundonald Links 11th green


Nina Holleder of Germany smiles despite finding the steps of a bunker entry during her practice round


The BBC’s Naga Munchetty lines up her tee-shot during the Pro-Am first round


Brian McFadden rocks the Shamrock trousers during his second round at the Dundonald Links


Scotland’s Kelsey MacDonald watches her ball escape the sand


Amy Boulden shares a joke with her Pro-Am playing partner Brian McFadden


World Number Two Lydia Ko shares a joke with her caddie during her first round 
Pictures provided by Tristan Jones Photography

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