Win Leucadia Saddle golf shoes
Golf365 have teamed up with Ashworth to give away a pair of Leucadia Saddle golf shoes, valued at R1999 (about £110), available in brown or khaki – and completed by a two-year warranty.
‘The new footwear line – the Leucadia Saddle by Ashworth Golf has recently gone on shelves in SA. These beautifully crafted golf shoes have a classic saddle design with modern and sophisticated colours.
‘The Leucadia Saddle have a leather welt construction with stitch detailing, and a lightweight sockliner to provide ultra-light cushioning and comfort. The seven-cleat outsole features durable rubber and a classic profile. The shoes also feature a rich leather upper with microfiber lining for an elegant touch.’
To win, email the name of this year’s Masters title winner to firstname.lastname@example.org. The competition will close at 12:00 GMT on the last day of April 2014 – and the winner will be notified soon thereafter.
Meanwhile, congratulations to James Staple and Melinda Parry, who entered our recent equipment competition and won a NITE-HAWK ball-predators – a new electronic tool that enables you to find large amounts of lost golf balls – each.
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