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The Motocaddy Masters returns to the PGA EuroPro Tour this week with a podium of prizes from the world’s top-selling trolley brand as competitors head for Leven Links GC this week on Scotland’s famous Fife coast.

As well as the £12,500 first place, the Motocaddy Masters champion on Europe’s leading development tour will also get an M5 GPS with Lithium battery and a PRO 3000 Laser. 

The runner-up receives an M1 with Lithium battery, while the player in third place will also take home a popular PRO 3000 Laser Rangefinder, which in total is over £2,000 worth of prizes.

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As the ‘Official Electric Trolley’ and ‘Official Laser Rangefinder’ of the tour, the partnership between Motocaddy and the PGA EuroPro Tour is into its 16th year and the brand is supporting every other event with a new 2021 M1 electric trolley and PRO 3000 Laser as a prize to the winner.

The PGA EuroPro Tour provides Europe’s best up-and-coming golfers the chance to compete for over £900,000 of prize money, with the top five golfers at the end of the season awarded a category on the 2022 Challenge Tour. 

A two-hour highlights package from each event is broadcast on Sky Sports and on 98 networks around the world reaching 500 million homes. In addition, every event is available to watch on-demand in high definition on the Tour’s YouTube channel.

“We’re delighted to be back hosting The Motocaddy Masters after the enforced COVID break last year,” said Motocaddy marketing director Oliver Churcher. “The quality of golf so far on Tour this season has been incredible. We’re looking forward to that continuing as the players battle it out for the podium of Motocaddy prizes and the increased money on offer.”

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Those sentiments have been echoed by Daniel Godding, the PGA EuroPro CEO. 

“We provide vital experience of life on tour and from a business point of view, we only want to partner with the best in the industry so these players know they’re on a platform to help them develop,” he said. “Motocaddy is the biggest trolley brand in the world and to have them as a partner in an expanded deal this year sends out the perfect message to the players.”

In addition to the podium prizes available, Motocaddy is also offering a PRO 3000 Laser as part of a special skills-based challenge for the players throughout the event with the winner carding the most birdies/eagles through the three rounds.

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Michael McEwan is the Deputy Editor of bunkered and has been part of the team since 2004. In that time, he has interviewed almost every major figure within the sport, from Jack Nicklaus, to Rory McIlroy, to Donald Trump. The host of the multi award-winning bunkered Podcast and a member of Balfron Golfing Society, Michael is the author of three books and is the 2023 PPA Scotland 'Writer of the Year' and 'Columnist of the Year'. Dislikes white belts, yellow balls and iron headcovers. Likes being drawn out of the media ballot to play Augusta National.

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