Tickets are now available for the ISPS Handa Ladies European Masters taking place on 26th-28th July at Buckinghamshire Golf Club in Denham, near London. To pre-register now, visit: www.ladieseuropeanmasters.com.
There is a special offer price of just £10 for a season ticket for those that pre-register online - less than half the price of buying tickets on the gate.
The ISPS Handa Ladies European Masters promises to be one of the summer’s best sporting and social events set within the perfect setting of the beautiful Buckinghamshire Golf Club.
Located just 25 minutes from central London, the tournament will provide a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere from which to enjoy a full day’s action on and off the golf course, watching the best of women’s golf including Britain’s all-time great Laura Davies.
Anyone who enjoys the excitement of world class golf and a high quality entertainment experience should make a reservation now for a fun day out.
A portion of the admission fee will be used toward raising monies for good causes, namely ISPS Handa, which is committed to promoting blind and disabled golf.
Entry is free for spectators with disabilities, Under 16s and qualified PGA Professionals.
Reserved on-site parking is also available for spectators indicating a blue badge, meaning that everyone can experience the fun and excitement of professional women’s golf.
LET CEO Ivan Peter Khodabakhsh, said: “We are excited to be able to invite the public to come and celebrate the sporting summer at our headquarters at Buckinghamshire Golf Club.”
A superb week of fun, celebrity-spotting and world class golf will take place over a four-day period, including Pro Am day on Thursday, representing outstanding value and an unforgettable event.
Buckinghamshire Golf Club has excellent road and rail links to most of the country. Located just inside the M25, off junction one of the M40 and close to the M3 and M4. Denham Train Station, which is literally next to the golf course, is 25 minutes from Marylebone Station in central London by train. Post code: UB9 5PG.
About the course:
Buckinghamshire Golf Club is a stunning but accessible parkland course, created by former European Tour player and Ryder Cup Captain John Jacobs O.B.E, in 1992. Former Irish Open champion John O’Leary is also closely associated with the venue and is an Ambassador for the club. A relaxed and informal atmosphere in which to eat, drink and play golf sets the Buckinghamshire apart from other golf courses in the UK. The course runs in two loops of nine, starting and finishing at the clubhouse. The fairways wander through three distinct areas incorporating woodland, lakes and rivers and undulating links style land providing a great variety of golfing terrain. The venue has hosted a number of top amateur and professional tournaments, including The Senior Tournament of Champions, from 1996-2000, the Andersen Consulting World Championship of Golf European Final in 1997, The Kingdom of Bahrain Trophy – Seniors Tour Championship in 2007 and the ISPS Handa Ladies British Masters in 2012.
ISPS is a ‘General Incorporated Association’ based in Tokyo. The organization was founded by Japanese philanthropist, Dr Haruhisa Handa in 2006 to support charitable causes throughout the sporting world. ISPS has fostered partnerships with golf governing bodies worldwide to help develop the game at every level and promote blind and disabled golf. ISPS’s heritage in supporting blind and disabled golf and Dr Handa’s interest and philanthropic contribution in golf has formed the foundation of its wider mission for golf to become a Paralympic sport. For further information please see www.ispsgolf.com
About the Ladies European Tour:
The Ladies European Tour (LET) is Europe’s leading women’s professional golf tour and formed as the WPGA in 1978, before taking its current title in 2000. Over the last 35 years, the tour has developed into a truly international organisation. In 2012, the LET will showcase the best of women’s golf throughout the season with 24 international tournaments spanning five continents. The LET’s 299 members from 40 different nations will have the opportunity to compete in tournaments running from Australia in February and moving through Asia, Africa, Europe and the United States before finally concluding with the thrilling season-finale in Dubai in December. For further information please go to www.ladieseuropeantour.com.