Tuesday, September 22, 2015

EuroPro Tour Championship winner will earn £20,000 at Desert Springs, Spain
The PGA EuroPro Tour has announced details of the prize fund for the Matchroom Sport Tour Championship, with the winner at Desert Springs set to take home £20,000.
Full Prize Fund Breakdown
That means it remains possible that any one of the 60 players able to enter the Matchroom Sport Tour Championship could catapult themselves into the top five on the Race To Desert Springs with victory, and in doing so claim a card on the 2016 Challenge Tour.
Only the top 60 golfers on the tour’s Race To Desert Springs after the final event of the regular season at Prince’s Golf Club have qualified to play the Tour Championship, which carries an increased prize fund of almost £90,000 with every golfer guaranteed a pay-out.
The purse for the Tour Championship began the season at £60,000, but with any surplus from each regular-season event prize fund added, this figure has risen to £88,750.
Inspired by the famous desert courses of Arizona and California, the Indiana Course at Desert Springs Resort is Europe’s only award-winning desert course and presents unforgettable views, and golf of such a dramatic nature that it has taken golf in south-eastern Spain to a new level of excellence.
The course is framed within a panorama of landmark mountain ranges. The contrast between the beautifully prepared and manicured course and the arid yet vividly coloured desert captures the very essence of the Indiana Course.
The event will be filmed for a two-hour highlights package to air on Sky Sports in the UK in November, and on networks worldwide.



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