Outline schedule

Entry Fees:

1st event - £25

2nd event - £23

The outline schedule is as follows (subject to change):

Friday   

22 May

08.00-10.00

10.00-19.00 

16.00-19.00

Practice Courts - open to all

Men's Doubles 54yrs+ 2.5 & 3.0

Men's Doubles 54yrs+ 3.5+

Men's Doubles 64yrs+ 2.5 & 3.0

Men's Doubles 64yrs+ 3.5+

Practice Courts - open to all

Saturday 23 May

08.00-09.00

09.00-19.00

19.30-Late

Practice Courts

Women's Doubles 54yrs+ 2.5 & 3.0

Women's Doubles 54yrs+ 3.5+

Women's Doubles 64yrs+ 2.5 & 3.0

Women's Doubles 64yrs+ 3.5+

Championships Disco & Ceilidh

Sunday

24 May

08.00-09.00

09.00-19.30

Practice Courts

Mixed Doubles 54yrs+ 2.5 & 3.0

Mixed Doubles 54yrs+ 3.5+

Mixed Doubles 64yrs+ 2.5 & 3.0

Mixed Doubles 64yrs+ 3.5+

The 1st Scottish Masters will be held at the National Badminton Academy, Glasgow on 22-24 May 2020.

Coming soon - details of our Championships Disco & Ceilidh!

Coming soon - player information guide

The National Badminton Academy has free parking, 10 fantastic courts and competition-standard lighting.  There is a cafe next door at Scotstoun Leisure Centre, and the campus is also home to Glasgow Warriors professional rugby club.

Where to stay

The event venue is based on the outskirts of the area of Glasgow known as the 'West End'. This area is home to fantastic galleries, museums, eateries and the University of Glasgow, making the West End a fantastic place to stay and socialise. The hub of the West End is Byres Road, which is a 30-min walk (10 min taxi ride) from the venue. There are numerous public transport options here too, including the quaint Glasgow Subway to take you into the city centre and Partick Train Station to take you to Scotstounhill, which is the nearest station to the venue (10 min walk). Please be advised that you will need a taxi for Sunday morning. 

Our recommendations for places to stay in the West End include: Crowne Plaza, Campanile SECC, Hilton Garden Inn, Radisson RED, Hilton Glasgow Grosvenor, The Alfred, and if you really want to push the boat out then treat yourself at Hotel du Vin!

Many of our local players and organising team stay in and around the suburbs of Bearsden and Milngavie (pronounced 'Mill-guy'). This is a 10-15 minute drive from the venue, but you will need to arrange transport as there are no direct puiblic transport routes to the venue. So if you fancy staying where the locals are, then perhaps book into one of the two Premier Inns (Bearsden is the best one, and Milngavie). There are good train links to the West End and city centre from Bearsden and Milngavie.

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