Golfers hope to drive away at the 18th hole on captain’s day

Worksop Golf Club captain Steve Webster, right, with manager of Bristol Street Motors Matt Knowles
Worksop Golf Club captain Steve Webster, right, with manager of Bristol Street Motors Matt Knowles
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Worksop Golf Club are boasting their biggest ever prize for the centenary year captain’s day competition.

The Windmill Lane course have joined forces with Bristol Street Motors Peugot for the lucky golfer that bags a hole in one at the 18th – in full view of the clubhouse – during Saturday’s event.

Worksop Golf Club captain Steve Webster explained: “It is our centenary year this year and we wanted to put on something special for the club and the town.”

“We decided that it would be a great idea if we could offer a car as a prize for captain’s day on Saturday 21st June.”

“We approached Bristol Street Motors on Retford Road and they jumped at the chance to sponsor it.”

Manager of Worksop’s Bristol Street Motors, Matt Knowles said there would be other exciting incentives to go for the pin at other holes around the course.

He said: “This is a great way of promoting the brand of Peugeot and of supporting Worksop Golf Club.”

“There will be a brand new car available for anyone who gets a hole in one on the 18th and also cash prizes of £1,500, £1,000 and £500 on the other par three holes.”

The same prize will be available for Worksop’s main centenary event in July.

Worksop will play host to an Open AM-AM on Friday 11th July.

Maximum handicaps will be 24 for men and 36 for ladies for the Stableford competition.

The entry fee is £100 per team of four, active handicap certificates are required, and catering facilities are available throughout the day.

For more information on all the club’s events, visit their website at www.worksopgolfclub.com