Inaugural PGA Pro-Am golf tournament at Brickhampton
By David Wood
The first-ever Pro-Am tournament is being held at Brickhampton Court Golf Complex, Churchdown, in June.
The 18 hole JV PGA Pro-Am tournament - which will see teams of three amateurs pair up with a PGA professional - takes place on Friday, June 2.
The day will feature bacon rolls and coffee on arrival, Halfway House and a two-course post-round meal in the 'Nineteen Restaurant' at Brickhampton.
With a Stableford format, the best two nett scores from four will count on each hold.
There will be a £1,000 professional first prize and a superb amateur prize table, paying out to the top four places.
Entry is £300 per team, including tournament round, prizes table and team food.
Tournament host and club captain Jonathan Viney said there was still time to enter a team.
He said: "It will be a great day and the winning amateur teams will win thousands of pounds of prizes, with a Maserati for a weekend for the nearest-the-pin winner.
"Don't worry if you have a team of three but no Pro, we will work with the PGA to get you a great Pro. We hope you enjoy the course and facilities as much as I and our members do."
The event is sponsored by Maserati, Swann Financial and SN Engineering.
For more details and an entry form, go to brickhampton.co.uk
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