Faldo Series extends entry deadline
The world-renowned Faldo Series has extended the deadline for entries into this year’s 9 UK events.
The world-renowned Faldo Series announced today that it has extended the deadline for entries into this year’s 9 UK events until 5pm on Monday March 1st .
The 2010 Faldo Series is expected to attract in excess of 5,000 boys and girls aged between 12 and 21 and comprises of 30 events in over 25 countries throughout the UK, Europe, South America and Asia.
The winners of all these qualifying events are then invited to compete in either the Faldo Series Grand Final in Europe or the Faldo Series Asia Grand Final in China, both of which are hosted by the six-time Major champion himself.
As already announced, this year’s European Grand Final will take place over the Faldo Course at the magnificent Lough Erne Resort in County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland on September 21 – 23.
Last year’s European Grand Final was staged in the Olympic city of Rio de Janeiro and was won by England’s Jonathan Bell, who posted rounds of 70, 69 and 73 for a 4-under par aggregate of 212 and a one stroke victory over 2009 British Boys’ champion, Tom Lewis.
England’s Holly Clyburn was crowned 2009 Faldo Series Girls’ champion, ahead of Scotland’s Carly Booth.
This year’s UK Championships will be staged at the following prestigious venues:
Frilford Heath Golf Club, Oxfordshire, March 31-April 1
Moortown Golf Club, Yorkshire, April 7-8
West Lancs Golf Club, Lancashire, April 22-23
Walton Heath Golf Club (Old Course), Surrey, May 5-6
Royal Ashdown Forest Golf Club, East Sussex, May 18-19
Notts Golf Club (Hollinwell), Nottinghamshire, June 9-10
The Roxburghe Golf and Country Club, Kelso, June 23-24
The Vale Resort (Wales National Course), near Cardiff, August 17-18
Trentham Golf Club, Staffordshire, August 25-26
For further information please visit www.nickfaldo.com
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