TaylorMade & American Golf Team Up For Giveaways

American Golf and TaylorMade are teaming up to give their straightest hitters the chance to win a series of incredible prizes, including a Heritage Resorts golfing trip to Mauritius!

Until  24th June American Golf customers will be challenged to beat an American Golf custom fitter in a test of straight hitting using a TaylorMade 7 iron. Customers will get 6 shots on the in-store launch monitor using any TaylorMade 7 iron stocked in-store while the American Golf fitter will get 3 shots. The straightest ball over 100 yards wins, with every successful entrant winning an on the spot prize of a TaylorMade TP5 or TP5X two-ball sleeve while stocks last. Everyone who beats the fitter, then gets entered into a grand prize draw with 10 sets of TaylorMade irons and an incredible Heritage Resorts golfing holiday to Mauritius up for grabs.

Conrad Edkins, Director of Marketing at American Golf, is delighted to be offering such an exciting prize for the U.K.’s golfers, he comments, “We’re about to make a lot of golfers very happy indeed! There’s over 15,000 TaylorMade TP5 balls, 10 sets of TaylorMade irons and an incredible trip to Heritage Resorts in Mauritius up for grabs."

"American Golf customers jump at the chance to test out the latest product from the biggest names in golf; so to work with TaylorMade and Heritage to offer a chance to hit brand new TaylorMade clubs, plus win these incredible prizes, we know our customers are going to be delighted!”

Beat the Fitter is just one of a summer of events at American Golf that will offer the nation’s golfers the chance to win incredible prizes from the biggest names in golf.

For more information visit: Americangolf.co.uk


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