Golf: Southport Hope Weetabix Will Help Strengthen Image

Daily Post (Liverpool, England), April 13, 2004 | Go to article overview

Golf: Southport Hope Weetabix Will Help Strengthen Image


Byline: HAROLD BROUGH

SOUTHPORT -England's Golfing Capital -is to play host to another major event this week,bringing together Europe's best professional women golfers and Great Britain and Ireland's top amateurs.

The annual Weetabix Challenge will be staged at Formby Golf Club this Saturday,April 17,in the build up to the Curtis Cup, the biggest event in women's amateur golf, whenGB&I play the United States,also at Formby on June 1213.

The Weetabix Challenge will see top women golfers in action when the Ladies Golf Union (LGU) GB&I Elite Squad take on professional players from the Ladies European Tour.

Lord Fearn,Sefton's Cabinet Member for Leisure and Tourism, said: ``Hosting the Weetabix Challenge and the Curtis Cup later in the year will be a major boost to the area's England's GolfCoast campaign to market the North West to the short haul overseas markets including Germany and Ireland.

``The eyes of golfers worldwide will be focused on the area,further promoting Southport and England's GolfCoast as the North West's leading golf destination.''

England's NicolaMoult will captain a strong line- up for the Ladies European Tour team,clear winners in last year's competition at Royal Birkdale.

But with the Curtis Cup selection on the line for eight of the 16 members of the LGU Elite, which will be announced next Monday, April 19, the amateurs will be keen to impress selectors with a solid performance at the Weetabix Challenge. …

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