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May 27th, 2022

Fancy playing in the Aramco Team Series?

Next month’s London event is offering one lucky amateur a spot

Ever dreamt of playing in a pro event, teeing it up against some of the biggest names in world golf? Well, next month’s Aramco Team Series – London is offering one Sunday golfer just that: the chance to play in the Ladies European Tour (LET) event’s $1million team format at Centurion Club, alongside the likes of British #1 Georgia Hall, Charley Hull, Bronte Law and a who’s-who of other superstar golfers.
Bronte Law of England during the Aramco Team Series of 2021

Always looking to do things differently, the ATS – London has partnered with scoring app VPAR to give away one money-can’t-buy playing spot in its unique two-day team format – where three LET pros team-up in a fourball with one amateur golfer, and together look to shoot the tournament’s lowest score over 36 holes.
The lucky winning golfer will take the amateur spot in one of the tournament’s 36 teams, giving them a once in a lifetime opportunity to play in a professional tournament, in front of fans, where their playing partners will be competing for $1million prize money and vital Race to Costa Del Sol points…and where it could land on them to roll in the winning putt, live on Sky Sports and around the world!
Charley Hull of England during 2022 Aramco Team Series back in Bangkok

“This really is the stuff of dreams for golf fans,” said Aramco Team Series – London tournament director, Tom Hogg.
“I’m sure there’s not a weekend golfer amongst us who hasn’t sat watching golf on TV imagining what it would be like to play alongside the best in the planet, on one of the world’s best courses. We’ve all been there, before eventually succumbing to the fact that this dream will only ever be that: a dream!
“Well, we want to make that dream a reality for one amateur golfer next month at Centurion, and our Team Up competition in partnership with VPAR is here to help make that happen.”
So, how can you put yourself in the running? Good news: play more golf!
From now and up until the week of the ATS – London (June 16-18th), VPAR – the world's #1 golf GPS and scoring app – has added a special “Aramco Team Series Challenge” to its app, which golfers are asked to join.
Georgia Hall of England at the Aramco Team Series - London 2021

After joining, each round of golf recorded on VPAR in the weeks leading up to the tournament will automatically register that golfer one entry into the random draw to win a spot in the three-day tournament, the second of five Aramco Team Series events on the LET in 2022.
The more rounds you play, the more entries submitted, increasing your chances of winning.
Tournament director Tom Hogg continued: “The Aramco Team Series format is like nothing else in world golf. The players love playing the events, the on-course vibe is incredible and the whole set up guarantees three-days of entertainment – on and off the course!
“Each event seeks to elevate women’s golf and the fan experience and we can’t wait to welcome the world’s best golfers back to Centurion to what we hope will be a packed fan zone at Centurion Club.”
Tickets for the ATS in London are now available from just £5, with tickets for all three days on sale at £10 (click here).
The winning team of Aramco Team Series - London of 2021

This will be the second Aramco Team Series event of the season, following the Series’ Bangkok debut earlier this month. London will be followed by ATS tournaments in Sotogrande, New York and Jeddah, all with $1million prize funds, split $500,000 each between their team and individual scoring contests.
For more information on attending and to secure tickets, visit aramcoteamseries.com or follow the event on social media @aramco_series.

TAGS: Ladies European Tour, Aramco Team Series, London, VPAR, 2022