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Golf rocking over the Four Nations
July 4, 2011

Hundreds of matchplay duels have been taking place during May and June at golf clubs throughout England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales as Regional Qualifying for the 2011 Four Nations Golf Challenge (FNGC) has been in full swing! Reports of exciting matches and dramatic sudden-death finishes have been flooding in to the FNGC Tournament Office.

With two rounds within each Regional Bracket having now been completed and just two more rounds to go, the remaining competitors are looking forward in anticipation to the Final Qualifying event at Astbury Hall on 5 th September.

Designed by top rock star K.K.Downing , founder member and lead guitarist of the one of the world's first heavy metal rock bands Judas Priest , Astbury Hall is a  magnificent, one year old, 6500 yards course, designed to USGA specifications and to a standard that has immediately been added to Troon Golf , the world's leading golf management, development and marketing organisation.

Final Qualifying at Astbury Hall will produce the successful six pairs, who will contest the Grand Final in teams of 12 players representing England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales at The Oxfordshire Golf Club in the Chiltern Hills from 25 - 28 September, 2011. The 2011 Grand Final will be televised on Sky Sports.

Gary Wolstenholme, MBE, Ambassador to the FNGC, said; "I can tell you that there is no better feeling than playing for your Country and being part of a team".

Glenbrae, Official Supplier of golf clothing to the FNGC will be providing all Grand Final competitors with their high quality British made Knitwear, along with range of beautiful coordinating polo shirts, with the appropriate FNGC national crest embroidered on the garments.

eGolfScore will provide the Official Scoring System for the Grand Final and brings the power of digital media and real time wireless communication to the event.

Full details of the Four Nations Golf Challenge , potentially the most exciting team competition for amateur club golfers ever devised, can be found at:

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