Win a Wilson cap signed by Ryder Cup captain Padraig Harrington

Padraig Harrington Signed Hat

The worst-kept secret in golf is out – Padraig Harrington is the new European Ryder Cup captain.

The Irishman succeeds Thomas Bjorn for the 2020 match at Whistling Straits in Wisconsin and, to celebrate, we’re giving away THREE Wilson Staff baseball caps signed by the new skipper.

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