Ricoh British Open competition
In an exclusive Golf365 competition you can win a place in the pro-am at the Ricoh Women’s British Open!
Have you ever dreamed of playing in the British Open?
Have you ever dreamed of playing Royal Lytham and St Anne’s Golf Club – one of the most prestigious courses on the Open rota?
Have you ever dreamed of playing with one of the world’s top lady professionals?
Well here is your exclusive chance to do all three!
To celebrate the 2009 Ricoh Women’s British Open at Royal Lytham & St. Annes Golf Club from 30th July – 2nd August, 2009, Golf365 is offering one lucky reader the chance to play in the pro-am which takes place on Tuesday 28th July.
All the world’s best players are signed up to play including last year’s winner and world number three Jiyai Shin, world number one Lorena Ochoa, 2009 Major winners Brittany Lincicome and Anna Nordqvist, America’s number one Paula Creamer, rising star Michelle Wie, Sweden’s Suzann Pettersen and European number one Gwladys Nocera.
The field is the strongest in the event’s history and will have a powerful British contingent with long-time superstar Laura Davies being joined by the youthful promise of Melissa Reid and the resurgent Rebecca Hudson and Becky Brewerton.
The quality of the Royal Lytham and St Anne’s layout is proved by the fact that it has hosted three Women’s British Opens and ten Open Championships.
Winners on this magnificent links include legends of the game such as Annika Sorenstam, Seve Ballesteros, Tony Jacklin, Peter Thomson and Bobby Jones.
If you want a chance to play alongside one of golf’s top stars at Royal Lytham this summer, please answer the following question:
WHICH LADY GOLFER IS ALSO KNOWN AS THE PINK PANTHER?
Send your answers plus contact details to – email@example.com
(Entries must be received by midnight on Tuesday 21st July)
Click here for full terms and conditions.
For those unfortunate not to win this amazing competition, Ricoh Women’s British Open tickets are now on sale through visiting Ricoh Women’s British Open or by phoning the ticket hotline on 0871 9459421.
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