Nov 19th, 2015

Three Berks And A Crane

Poulter, Willett, and Lahiri take on unusual challenge

The European Tour has put out some really interesting challenges in the past. Did you see the gong shot, where players were to trying to hit a gong from 200 yards out in the middle of a lake?

What about when Europe's best took on clay pigeons? What a reaction at the end. 

This most recent European Tour challenge, is less golfy, and more Krypton Factor. It's not quite having to land a plane, but it isn't far off. They've ditched the golf clubs. And there's no golf balls involved. Ian Poulter, Danny Willett, and Anirban Lahiri got to play out every three year old boys fantasy, get their hi-vis on, and got to go and play in a crane simulator at DP World, the worlds busiest port, and title sponsor of the DP World Tour Championships.

"Off the tee" as Ivor Robson starts his final event...

 

TAGS: Ian Poulter, Danny Willett, Anirban Lahiri, DP World, European Tour