Bunker Mentality offer Turkish pro-am spot

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Bunker Mentality is offering one lucky golfer the once in a lifetime chance to experience life on tour, with a spot in the Tuesday pro-am of the Turkish Airlines Open.

Celebrating its appointment as official clothing partner of the Turkish Airlines Open, Bunker Mentality has teamed up with Your Golf Travel to fly one lucky winner and their companion for three days of five-star luxury in Belek, Turkey.
"If we could enter, we would!" - Robert Hart

Once there, the winner will be kitted out in Bunker gear and tee it up at the Turkish Airlines Open pro-am alongside a star of the European Tour.

Robert Hart, creative director of Bunker Mentality said: “At Bunker, more than anything we love our golf so we’re genuinely excited to be able to give an average golfer the chance to tee it up on a European Tour track next to one of the best players in the world. If we could enter, we would!”


Bunker Mentality

Marshalls and volunteers across all the days of the Turkish Airlines Open will be upping the fashion stakes wearing garments from Bunker’s latest collection.  As in previous years, the event, which is the first in the hotly contested Final Series, is expected to attract an impressive field, to go with its impressive wardrobe!

The event staff will be wearing a CMax Technical polo and best-selling Bunker Mentality cap, both in the familiar Bunker blue and perfect for the Turkish climate.  They’ll also be equipped with a rain jacket just in case the weather does take a turn for the worse. Celebrities teeing up in the pro-am will also be given a complimentary Bunker Mentality polo shirt.

Bunker Mentality :: Turkish pro-am spot

To enter the competition, head to www.bunker-mentality.com/taocompetition and follow the links.

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