Golfers throughout the British Isles are being given a unique opportunity to play for their countries in the Four Nations Golf Challenge and at the same time help grow the game at junior level.

The golf competition offers the mouth-watering prize of a Ryder Cup-style finale on one of Europe’s most challenging courses.

Open to men and ladies, it will culminate in a Grand Final to be contested by four teams of 12 players representing England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales at The Oxfordshire Golf Club in the Chiltern Hills   October 17-20, 2010.

Having hosted many professional tournaments, The Oxfordshire will provide a proven setting for club golfers to experience the passion and thrill of playing for their countries for the first time.

Roger Brady, director of organisers Concierge Golf, said: “Just think: it could be you on the last day, all square in the deciding match, your team-mates behind the final green willing you on to hole the putt that gives your country victory! Where else could you feel that ‘Ryder Cup moment’?”
The cost of entry is £40 per pair, with entries contributing to the Golf Foundation, the charity that nurtures the game at junior level throughout the British Isles.

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