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Forget the Ryder Cup, next month’s PGA EuroPro Tour event in Leven Links is becoming one of the biggest events in September.

The Motocaddy Masters returns to the PGA EuroPro Tour with an increased grand prize of £ 12,500 plus a host of prizes from the world’s best-selling trolley brand when participants head to Leven Links GC on Scotland’s famous Fife coast from September 8-10.

In addition to an increased first price, the Motocaddy Masters champion also receives an M5 GPS with lithium battery and a PRO 3000 laser on Europe’s leading development tour; the runner-up will receive a lithium-battery M1, while the third-place player will also take home a popular PRO 3000 laser rangefinder, which includes prizes worth over £ 2,000 in total.

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“We are excited to host the Motocaddy Masters again after the forced COVID-19 hiatus last year and the quality of golf on the tour this season has been incredible so far,” said Marketing Director Oliver Churcher.

“We look forward to this continuing as players battle for the Motocaddy podium and increased cash supply.

“Links Golf offers a very special challenge for the players and our trolleys are perfect for taking the players through the unique terrain of the course. The majority of the players on the tour opt for a motocaddy trolley, and having a caddy by your side is definitely the next best thing. ”

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The PGA EuroPro Tour offers Europe’s best young golfers the chance to compete for over £ 900,000 in prize money, with the top five golfers being honored in a Challenge Tour 2022 category at the end of the season.

A two-hour highlights package from each event is broadcast on Sky Sports and on 98 channels around the world, reaching 500 million households. In addition, every event is available in high definition on the tour’s YouTube channel on-demand.

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Would you like to be part of the action? How would you like to win a brand new Motocaddy M1 electric trolley with a matching bag and all the trimmings?

Better yet, how would you like to use that new trolley as part of Team Michael or Team Bryce while playing the Motocaddy Masters Pro-Am on the PGA EuroPro Tour in Leven Links on Tuesday 7th September?

Both podcast host Michael McEwan and Bunkered editor Bryce Ritchie will be in separate teams at the Motocaddy Masters, each paired with a PGA EuroPro Tour player, and each accompanied by two listeners.

There are four winning places to be won, with each winner receiving a Motocaddy M1 electric trolley with a matching bag for the day. You can take your trolley and bag home with you after your round.

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