Play Muirfield Before The Open
Once in a lifetime competition to play the famous links launched by Nikon
NIKON has teamed up with MasterCard to offer golfers a once in a lifetime, priceless, money-can’t-buy golfing experience this summer.
Finishing on May 30, any MasterCard cardholder who purchases a Nikon Coolshot Laser Rangefinder has the chance to win two spots to play in an exclusive golf day at the 2013 Open Championship venue, Muirfield, on June 20, 2013.
A total of 15 lucky winners will have the opportunity to take a friend and tackle the links at The Honorable Company of Edinburgh Golfers on the final day before it shuts to begin its Open preparations.
Not only that but you will also play with a former Open champion, receive two night’s free accommodation at a five-star hotel and receive an invitation to the R&A Gala Dinner hosted by the former Open champion to be held during your stay.
Tim Hunnable, commercial manager Nikon UK, said the prize was every bit as special as it sounds. “This prize represents every golfer’s dream and we are delighted to be able to team up with fellow Open patron MasterCard to offer our customers such a superb opportunity,” said Hunnable.
Paul Trueman, head of marketing, UK & Ireland, MasterCard Europe added: “It’s great to be able to create compelling offers, experiences and priceless access around the most historic tournament in golf. To play with a former Open Champion at Muirfield is one of the most unique opportunities we will give to our cardholders this year, in partnership with Nikon. It is one not to be missed.”
Nikon and MasterCard Ambassador, Ian Poulter, said: “This is a once in a lifetime chance for every golfer out there to feel like a pro for the day and play on a course in full tournament conditions.”
To purchase your Nikon Coolshot today please
visit www.nikongolf.co.uk. For a chance to win this priceless prize, register your purchase before May 31, 2013 at www.nikongolf.co.uk/mastercard.
The Open Championship at Muirfield takes place from July 18-21 with South Africa’s Ernie Els defending the title.