The European Tour are offering the chance for one lucky fan to play in the world-famous BMW PGA Pro-Am this September.
The lucky winner will have the once in a lifetime chance to tee it up on Wentworth’s West Course, with the world’s best golfers and celebrities from stage, sport & screen.
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Niall Horan, was the first in a series of A-list celebrities to be confirmed for this year’s BMW PGA Championship Celebrity Pro-Am. Horan, who plays off a handicap of nine, said: “It’s a proper family day out and a great atmosphere before the actual tournament and serious stuff kicks off. The celebrity turn out is amazing. You have all sorts of actors, singers, sports stars and TV personalities. I just love it. It’s my home club and it’s always a great day.”
The Pro-Am takes place at Wentworth Club on 8th September 2021, with the tournament itself geting underway on Thursday September 9, when Tyrrell Hatton will return to defend his BMW PGA Championship title. The Ryder Cup star leads a host of home hopefuls aiming to make it three English victories in a row at the Rolex Series event.
Hatton will be joined by fellow Ryder Cup stars Tommy Fleetwood, Ian Poulter and Justin Rose, as well as the 2020 Race to Dubai Champion Lee Westwood.
Entrants must hold a handicap (24 for women, 18 for men) and be available to get to Wentworth Club September 8th, as well as complying with all of the T&Cs for the experience (Link to T&Cs?). Entries close on 25 August 2021
To be in with a chance of winning a Pro-Am spot, follow this link: ET.GOLF/BMWPGAPROAM21
Tickets for the BMW PGA Celebrity Pro-Am Day start at £25 for adults (complimentary tickets for children aged 13 and under). Prices for the BMW PGA Championship start at £15 for Tuesday’s practice round. Concessions are available for OAPs and students. To purchase tickets for the BMW PGA Championship, follow this link: ET.GOLF/BMWPGA