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Golf: Play with the stars.

FORMER Ryder Cup captain Bernard Gallacher (below), Open hero Tony Jacklin, New Zealander Bob Charles and Irishman Christy O'Connor jnr are just four of the stars entered for the pounds 225,000 Travis Perkins Senior Masters at Wentworth from August 16-18.

All four will face a tough test over the Gary Player- designed Edinburgh Course and you could tee off with the stars in the pre-tournament pro-am on Wednesday, August 14.

That's just one of the fantastic prizes we are offering in conjunction with the European Seniors Tour.

One lucky reader will have the opportunity to savour the unique atmosphere of the tour by playing with one of the top professionals just by correctly answering the question below.

Also included is breakfast on arrival, 18 holes of golf over the championship course followed by lunch and an invitation to attend the Pro-Am prize presentation afterwards.

There is also a runners-up prize of a three-course lunch for two in the Wentworth Clubhouse on a tournament day of your choice.

And that's not all. We also have five pairs of season tickets to the Travis Perkins Senior Masters which was first won by the legendary Gary Player in 1997. He was followed by Welshman Brian Huggett, Englishman Neil Coles, fellow countryman David Creamer and last year American David Oakley.

QUESTION: Who designed the Edinburgh course at Wentworth Club?

Now call 0901 563 8065 before noon tomorrow and follow the instructions.

Calls cost 60p per minute and the winners will be selected at random from all correct entries. There is a handicap limit of 24 and travel in not included. Normal Trinity Mirror rules apply.
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Publication:Sunday Mirror (London, England)
Date:Aug 4, 2002
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