Renaissance Club Location, Weather & History for the 2022 Scottish Open

Renaissance Club Location, Weather & History for the 2022 Scottish Open


J.T. Poston had an impressive performance over the weekend, winning the John Deere Classic. Now, the PGA Tour and European Tour turn their attention to the next stop of the season at the Renaissance Club for the 2022 Genesis Scottish Open.

Renaissance Club Location

The Scottish Open will take place at the Renaissance Club in North Berwick, Scotland. It's set to tee off on Thursday, July 7.

Renaissance Club Weather

The weather forecast for the Genesis Scottish Open will start with a beautiful sunny day mixed with some clouds on Thursday, including a high of 68 degrees. Friday's forecast is projected to be the same with a high of 67.

There's no call for any precipitation for the weekend, which is terrific news. The temperature is expected to stay in the high-60s with sunshine and clouds on Saturday and Sunday, creating a great environment for golf.

Renaissance Club History

Founded in 2008, the Renaissance Club has been the home of the Scottish Open each of the last four years. The course is 7,136 yards long and par is set at 71. Bernd Wiesberger set the course record when he shot a 61 in the first round of the 2019 tournament

Below is a look at the last 10 Genesis Scottish Open winners.

1. 2021 — Min Woo Lee

2. 2020 — Aaron Rai

3. 2019 — Bernd Wiesberger

4. 2018 — Brandon Stone

5. 2017 — Rafa Cabrera-Bello

6. 2016 — Alex Norén

7. 2015 — Rickie Fowler

8. 2014 — Justin Rose

9. 2013 — Phil Mickelson

10. 2012 — Jeev Milkha Singh

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