Huge Stars Confirmed For 2020 JP McManus Pro-Am
A number of huge golfing stars and celebrities are confirmed for next year's JP McManus Pro-Am at Adare Manor, including Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson, Rory McIlroy, Justin Rose, Sergio Garcia, Niall Horan and Mark Wahlberg.
“It’s fantastic to have more of the game’s top players joining what is an ever-increasing line-up at Adare Manor," tournament host JP McManus said.
"I have been hugely impressed with the manor of their various victories in recent years and we are very grateful to them for lending their support to the Pro-Am next year. Hopefully the thousands of Pro-Am spectators will be delighted with this news.”
The newest additions to the tournament field are no strangers to success in their individual careers, with Garcia and Stenson also being Major champions, just like Woods, McIlroy and Rose.
Other golfers confirmed include 2020 Ryder Cup captain Padraig Harrington, Shane Lowry and Paul McGinley.
Other celebrities confirmed to play include Hugh Grant and Jamie Dornan.
It takes place July 6th - 7th 2020 at the Tom Fazio redesigned Golf Course at Adare Manor.
The course, along with the Adare Manor Hotel, reopened last year after an extensive refurbishment which earned the hotel the prestigious ‘Global Hotel of the Year’ award in the Virtuoso ‘Best of the Best Awards 2018’ in Las Vegas.
It also went straight in to 25th our UK and Ireland Top 100 course rankings.
Once again, charitable organisations in the Mid-West will benefit from the Pro-Am, with millions raised since the event was first held in 1990. More celebrity and professional announcements will be made in the coming months.
Pro-Am ticket caps are currently priced at €50, which admits holders to both days of the tournament.
Tickets for the 2020 JP McManus Pro-Am are on sale from: www.jpmcmanusproam.com/tickets
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