Jul 8 2011 by Gordon Bannerman, Perthshire Advertiser Friday
THE Jack Nicklaus-designed PGA Centenary Course is the picturesque setting for the Johnnie Walker Championship at Gleneagles from August 25-28.
And three PA Sport readers are being given a fantastic opportunity to tee-up with top Scots professional Marc Warren in advance of the glamorous crowd-pulling tournament.
The venue for the 2014 Ryder Cup has hosted the European Tour event for more than 10 years.
Many of Europe's top professionals will tee-off next month, all hoping to lift the trophy and take home a share of the £1.4m prize fund.
The field will include past champion Marc who, in 2007, became the first Scot to win the tournament with a score of 12 under par.
Johnnie Walker Championship is offering three PA Sport readers the opportunity to play The PGA Centenary Course with Marc on Monday, July 25.
Your fabulous day to remember will include a coaching clinic with Marc and lunch in the newly refurbished Dormy Clubhouse, complete with prize-giving.
For your chance to be there, simply answer the following question:
What course will the Johnnie Walker Championship be played over at Gleneagles?
Send your answer with details of your name, age, address, phone number and handicap to Golf Competition, PA Sport, 58 Watergate, Perth PH1 5TF by Tuesday lunchtime.
The first three correct entries out of the bag will be teeing-up at Gleneagles.
Please note that the date is fixed. If selected, entrants must be 18 years or over, available to play on July 25 and have a recognised handicap.
Ten runners-up will each receive a pair of season tickets for the event.
If you are not one of the winners, you can still enjoy the excitement of the Johnnie Walker Championship. Tickets are available at the course. Parking is free. Visit www.johnniewalkerchampionship.com for full details. For details of golf at Gleneagles visit www.gleneagles.com