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Newry, Mourne & Down Trophy 2020 launched

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Open to ladies and gents and played over three of the regions best golf courses, the Newry, Mourne and Down Trophy is one of the most prestigious golf tournaments in Ireland and finishes with a flourish on the fairways at Royal County Down.

The tournament is played at Warrenpoint Golf Club (Day 1), Ardglass Golf Club (Day 2) and the final day is at the famed Royal County Down Golf Club. The Euro 275 event entry fee includes a welcome drinks reception on the first night, 3 days of golf, daily and overall prizes in gents, ladies and seniors categories and a gala dinner with entertainment on the final night at the Slieve Donard Hotel.

There is no question that the tournament is excellent value for money and a great way to mingle and meet with golfers from all over Europe. It’s also great fun to participate in and with a total prize fund in excess of £3,000 including daily prizes for category winners and overall cumulative prizes, there is the opportunity to enjoy some great golf, great ‘craic’ and relax in the friendly surroundings of the Newry, Mourne & Down District.

The event is run on a singles stableford format which combines daily and cumulative scoring to decide the eventual overall champions.

On the final day, ALL participants will take to the Championship Links at Royal County Down which has been called by many the best golf course in the world….so what’s not to like!

Price: €275 per person
Rate includes competition entry, welcome reception, three rounds of golf plus gala dinner

CLICK HERE TO BOOK NOW

For further information on the tournament contact Match Play Media, Tournament Organisers / info@matchplaymedia.ie or telephone +353 (0)1 5036090

www.NewryMourneAndDownTrophy.com 

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