The PGA EuroPro Tour choose Tulfarris Hotel & Golf Resort, Wicklow, Ireland


The Wicklow based resort are delighted to announce that the PGA EuroPro Tour have chosen Tulfarris Hotel and Golf Resort to hold their 2018 Irish tournament, which will be named the *”2018 Irish Masters hosted by Simon Thornton”.*Simon Thornton, the recently appointed Tournament Professional is looking forward to hosting his first EuroPro Tour event at Tulfarris, after joining the team in 2017.

This event will take place over three days, August 29th-31st and will be preceded by a Pro Am on Tuesday August 28th.

A strong field is expected to compete for the Irish Masters title and a share of the £50,000 prizefund, with the best up and coming stars from the UK and Ireland set to attend.
Entry for spectators will be free of charge.

There will be plenty of activities to keep everyone entertained over the three days and of course lots for the budding enthusiastic golfers out there.

The event will be aired on Sky Sports over a two-hour long show, which will give Tulfarris Hotel & Golf Resort and the event fantastic exposure and add greatly to the excitement.
Check out: for more information on the resort and the upcoming events.

Article/Photo credit; Tulfarris Golf Resort news member of the Prem Group

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