Win a VIP ‘Tour Experience’ fitting with Callaway at the ASI Scottish Open

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We’ve teamed-up with our friends at Callaway Golf – official partners of the European Tour – to offer one lucky reader and a friend the chance to win a special VIP driver fitting on the practice range at the upcoming ASI Scottish Open.

That’s right, you could be rubbing shoulders with some of the world’s top professional golfers as you get custom fit for one of the most popular drivers on the tour so far this – the Callaway Epic Flash.

You must be available to travel to The Renaissance Club in East Lothian next Thursday, July 11, and your prize includes entry to the event for two, as well as temporary access to the practice range from 3.30pm until 5pm for your driver fittings. Your custom fitted drivers will then be sent to you within 28 days. Simple as that!


How to win

To be in with a chance of winning this incredible, money-can’t-buy prize, simply answer the following question correctly:

Which one of the following Callaway staffers plays left-handed?

A. Phil Mickelson

B. Francesco Molinari

C. Sergio Garcia

Complete this form to enter



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TERMS & CONDITIONS: You and your friend MUST be available on Thursday 11th July to enter this competition. Prize includes two admission tickets to the ASI Scottish Open, access to the driving range for the fitting experience, and two custom fitted Epic Flash drivers. Prize is as stated and no cash alternative. Travel to and from the ASI Scottish Open is not covered as part of the prize package.  Entrants must be 18 and over. Closing date: 10am, Tuesday, July 9th. Winner announced: Midday, Tuesday, July 9th.

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