PGA EuroPro Golf Tour returns to Mannings Heath
The Nokia Masters PGA EuroPro Tour is returning to Mannings Heath Golf & Wine Estate at Horsham in West Sussex, from August 8th to 10th 2019.
It is free to attend and watch and is regarded as one of the best UK-based tours for young professionals. For details visit the web site.
The event is preceded by the club’s own Pro-Am event on Wednesday 7th August. Team bookings are available to purchase from Mannings Heath. This offers the opportunity to play with a tour professional and enjoy the gala dinner afterwards, hosted by the PGA.
The PGA EuroPro is the leading developmental tour for young, ambitious professionals to experience life on the tournament circuit. As well as ensuring future success in the sport, this tour inevitably unearths tomorrow’s golfing superstars.
Each year there are up to 16 EuroPro Tour tournaments between April and October played over three days and organised by the PGA.
Penny Streeter, owner of Mannings Heath Golf and Wine Estate, said: “Events like the EuroPro Tour are essential if the game is to thrive and young golfers helped to achieve their potential. We are honoured to have been approached again to host one of the events which we feel confirms the quality of the classic Waterfall Course”.
Daniel Godding, Chief Executive of the HotelPlanner.com PGA EuroPro Tour, said: “I am delighted with the schedule we have built for the 2019 season. We are welcomed back to some superb venues which have previously hosted in addition to some fantastic new courses.
“Last year was again a superb year for some EuroPro alumni on the Challenge and European Tours. And with the pool of talent currently developing on our Tour, combined with the quality of courses set for 2019, the upcoming season will test the best young golfers in Europe and develop them into stars of the future.
“With a £50,000 prize fund up for grabs at every tournament, not to mention TV exposure on Sky Sports broadcast to 100 Countries around the world, the HotelPlanner.com PGA EuroPro Tour truly is the best place to hone your game.”
8 – 10 August 2019 | EuroPro Tournament, Mannings Heath Golf & Wine Estate, Horsham, Sussex
To get involved:
7 August 2019 | Pro-Am
Preceding the main event, Mannings Heath Golf & Wine Estate will be hosting a Pro-Am, event. The Pro-Am package is £400 +VAT for a team of three and includes:
A top PGA EPT player for the team
Full English breakfast on arrival
18 holes on the championship Waterfall Course
Halfway House refreshments
Three-course Gala Dinner with prize-giving for participants hosted by the PGA & Nokia
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