Win a FREE golf lesson at Dungannon Golf Club or Newtownstewart Golf Club for your primary school class
Q Radio has teamed up with Tourism NI to celebrate ‘The Epic Journey to The 148th Open’ - an exciting celebration to mark the momentous return of #TheOpen to Northern Ireland.
Calling all Primary Schools!
The entire class will enjoy a one-hour group lesson to learn how to play golf.
Northern Ireland is truly made for golf, with our legendary local golfing heroes and with 95 golf clubs including the championship Faldo Course at Lough Erne Resort, Northern Ireland is truly made for golf so explore more and book at discovernorthernireland.com.
To enter your school, complete the below entry form.
The international golf event will take place from the 18th -21st July 2019 at the Royal Portrush Golf Club. Tickets for the Practice Days are still available, as well as hospitality packages. Visit here for more details.
Local communities and schools are invited to be part of the celebration and excitement of The 148th Open in their area. The huge #TheOpen letter sculpture will be on tour as the Epic Journey to The 148th Open visits each county with Q Radio and Tourism NI.
At each stop on the tour, there will be a chance to win complimentary tickets to the sold-out Championship. Just take a snap or video with the #TheOpen letters and share it on social media using the hashtag to enter.
The Epic Journey to the 148th Open - Last Tour Date
Thursday 13th June at Hill of O'Neill Visitor Centre, County Tyrone.
Swing by for your chance to get a snap with the famous replica Claret Jug & our giant #TheOpen letters, learn about the Championship’s return and golf in your local area, meet local sports personalities and enter our ‘pitch and putt’ competition to win a goody bag with special prizes.
- The prize is as stated and cannot be exchanged for cash.
- Transport is not provided.
- Golf lesson will be provided to the winning primary school class by the nearest golf club in their area.
- The winning prize is a one sixty minute golf lesson for up to 30 children with their accompanying teachers. All children are the responsibility of their school teachers and carers.