Seve Could Be Back

Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England), September 27, 2005 | Go to article overview

Seve Could Be Back


Byline: Allan Boughey

Teesside golf fans' support of the Seve Trophy could ensure the Wynyard Club becomes the event's permanent home.

European golf officials as well as Amen Corner, the Spanish company that runs the Seve Trophy, were amazed and delighted by the sheer numbers of spectators who turned out at the four-day tournament.

Around 40,000 people attended the Seve Trophy and the preceding Pro-Am - with around 30,000 of them paying customers.

The staging of the event, which sees a Britain and Ireland team take on Continental Europe, has proved a massive success for regional development agency One Northeast, who effectively bought the franchise to host the championship.

Tournament founder Seve Ballesteros is already giving his backing to the event returning to Wynyard.

Seve, who will play a big part in deciding where the next Seve Trophy is held, said: "The truth is that this has been a very successful event. I would be happy to have it here again.

"The course is good, the people show up, the atmosphere is great. As the tournament went on the players got more and more into it."

Now, there are bound to be contracted discussions on the future of the tournament, which has struggled to find its place on the European Tour.

It surely makes sense to give it a permanent home - and where better than Teesside?

Gary Munroe, managing director of the Wynyard Club, told the Gazette: "I'd love Wynyard to become the spiritual home of the Seve Trophy. …

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