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World Left Handed Golf Championship 2012
September 1, 2011

Through your columns I would like to bring to the attention of your left handed readers the above tournament.

These tournaments are held every 18 months to 2 years and previous locations include Australia, New Zealand, Japan, USA, Canada, England, Tasmania, Spain, Germany, Hawaii, Ireland, Taiwan and Sweden. It's great that the tournament is returning to the UK in 2012.

The format is a 72 hole medal competition, played over four days and played on four separate courses. A round is played each day, other than Wednesday being a rest day.

The four courses are Monifieth, Montrose, Panmure and Scotscraig. All are traditional links courses used as Open qualifiers when the Open is played at either St Andrews or Carnoustie.

There are four Divisions:

Open - all male golfers,

Senior - male golfers aged 60+

Super Seniors - male golfers aged 70+

Ladies - all ladies - no age limit.

The entry fee is £395.00, which includes four rounds of golf, Welcome Reception, Awards Banquet, entertainment and a golf shirt to mark the occasion. The Tournament Headquarters will be the Hilton Hotel and transport to and from this hotel to the golf courses is also included.

There is also a golf tournament for right handed guests played over two rounds.

Family and guests are most welcome to take part in the social events and the sightseeing trips that will be arranged throughout the week.

Discounted rates for hotel accommodation have been agreed with The Hilton, The Apex. City Quay Hotel & Spa, The Landmark Dundee, Best Western Invercarse Hotel and Holiday Express Dundee.

Entries for both the competition and hotel reservations can be booked on line via the websites listed below.

For more detailed information please visit either www.walg.org or www.leftiesgolf.org.uk








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