Win a two-night break to watch the Solheim Cup

Wilkinson Golf Comp

The Solheim Cup is the showpiece golf event taking place in Scotland this year from September 9-15 at Gleneagles and we’ve teamed-up with Wilkinson Golf to give you the opportunity to take in the action.

The prize you could win is a two-night stay at the Stirling Highland Hotel for two people sharing a twin or double room on the Thursday and Friday nights of Solheim Cup week, with tickets for the opening ceremony as well as general admission tickets to watch the tournament over the PGA Centenary Course on Friday and Saturday.

There is also free coach travel between the hotel and Gleneagles, while there is also a reduced rate of £250 should the winner wish to add two more nights’ accommodation on Saturday and Sunday.

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How to win

For your chance to win this fantastic prize, simply answer the following question:

On which course at Gleneagles will the 2019 Solheim Cup be contested?

A: The PGA Centenary
B: The King’s
C: The Queen’s

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TERMS AND CONDITIONS: All entries must be received online no later than May 2, 2019. Only one entry per person can be accepted. Winner will be the first correct entry drawn after the closing date. The editor’s decision is final. Prize is non-refundable and there is no cash alternative. Competition is only open to UK residents. Prize cannot be sold or exchanged for financial gain. By entering this competition, you agree to share your data with our supporting partners. See our Facebook page for winners’ details:

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