Win a Ricoh digital camera and a pair of season tickets for the 2011 Ricoh Women’s British Open!
To celebrate this year’s Ricoh Women’s British Open, Golf365 has teamed up with the Championship Organisers to offer one lucky reader the chance to win a state of the art Ricoh CX2 digital camera and a fantastic pair of season tickets to attend the event.
The Ricoh Women’s British Open is one of the most exciting Majors in golf. As the only women’s Major played outside the US it is the most international with the 2010 field boasting players from 22 different nations, including the world’s top 20.
The famous Carnoustie Golf Links plays host to this year’s Championship for the first time, which is played from 28th to 31st July 2011, and last year’s winner, Yani Tseng from Taiwan, will be looking to defend her title against an exciting field boasting the world’s top players.
European number one Suzann Pettersen, American Michelle Wie, South Korean sensation, Jiyai Shin and home favourite and 2009 champion Catriona Matthew are just some of the star names that will grace North East Scotland in an event that promises to be one of the highlights in this year’s golfing calendar.
If you want a chance to see the world’s leading players in action at the remarkable Carnoustie Golf Links this summer, please answer the following question:
Where was the 2010 Ricoh Women’s British Open Championship played?
A – Old Course, St Andrews
B – Royal Lytham and St Anns
C – Royal Birkdale GC
Email entries to email@example.com with your name, address and a contact telephone number. Entries close 12 noon, Friday 22 July.
Three lucky runners-up will receive a pair of season tickets and if you don’t win don’t forget you can still see all the action by purchasing tickets via the website.
You can also follow all the action on the Championship’s Facebook #and Twitter# pages.
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