Challenge Tour entry on offer as Trinifold Sports Management title sponsor Luton Hoo

The Dutch, Spijk, the Netherlands - courtesy of EuroPro Tour

The PGA EuroPro Tour is delighted to announce that Trinifold Sports Management will title sponsor the Trinifold Sports Championship at Luton Hoo Hotel, Golf, and Spa from August 11-13 with the winner receiving a Challenge Tour invite for the B-NL Challenge Trophy at The Dutch along with all expenses covered by Trinifold.

The Directors at Trinifold Sports Management have been a long term partner of the Tour through the Not for profit organisation Golfing4Life, a philanthropic platform designed to nurture young talent from the early stages of their careers by providing access to an educational facility to assist with time management, tournament expenditure, High-Performance coaching, masterclasses with elite sportspeople, and life education and perspective through their affiliation with the Teenage Cancer Trust.

Players managed by Trinifold include talented names past and present of the PGA EuroPro Tour including Sean Towndrow (Winner on Tour in 2019), Calum Fyfe (Multiple champion at Amateur level), and Tom Sloman & Tom Plumb (GB & I Walker Cup players 2019) with Curtis Cup, Walker Cup and NCAA players from 2021 being added to the exciting young roster. Luton Hoo, Golf & Spa stands at 7,107 yards with a mixture of both challenging inland links holes and parkland across the beautiful estate.


It’s been a firm favourite in years gone by with the Tour most recently visiting in 2017 where Sam Connor won by seven shots on twenty under par after three days and the Challenge Tour visiting in 2018.  Trinifold Sports Management CEO Jimmy Byers is delighted to be involved with the Tournament:

“It is a privilege to support the finest development tour in Europe. The Trinifold Sports championship will provide us with a unique opportunity to showcase our young professionals and also give every player competing on the EuroPro a playing opportunity at our co-sponsored Challenge tour event in Holland. Pathways for talented young people are vitally important.”

Tour CEO Dan Godding added: “Trinifold and Golfing4Life have been huge supporters of the Tour in recent times. Everything they do has the players at the forefront of their minds and I am honoured that they work so closely with us. The opportunity they give to golfers who may not otherwise have a pathway to the top of the game is special and we are proud to have them as a partner.”

The winner of the Luton Hoo event will be rewarded with not only the entry to the Challenge Tour event in Holland, but an all expenses paid trip to the event by Trinifold.

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