Still time to qualify for Carnoustie and European finals

Carnoustie Golf Links

How would you like the opportunity to win a round at host venue of the 2018 Open Championship, Carnoustie, followed by an all-expenses-paid trip to Spain?

It's a silly question really, isn't it?

That's the opportunity being presented by the Campbell Lamont Golf Leagues International Pairs.

All you and a golfing buddy have to do to win the trip to Carnoustie is win the last of the Scottish Regional Qualifying events, which takes place at Montrose this weekend.

Find out more about the CL Golf Leagues

Carnoustie is where the National Final will be held and, from there, the winners of that event will earn and all-expenses-paid trip to the five-star Denia La Sella Golf Resort & Spa for the European Final.

There, the top 16 pairs from across the continent will compete over four rounds of matchplay golf.

The trip includes

• Return flights to Spain
• Three nights accommodation
• Breakfast each day
• Four rounds of golf with lunch
• Gala presentation dinner

It's a pretty impressive prize, wouldn't you say?

But, like we said earlier, the first step in the effort to make it to the La Sella final, which takes place in June 2019, starts at Montrose this weekend. 

The format for is pairs better ball Stableford and you can find out more below.

Scottish Qualifiers 

Montrose

When: September 16, 2018
Members: £30
Non Members: £35
To enter, click here.

For more information, visit europe.clgolfleagues.com.

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