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Staysure PGA Seniors Championship to come to London Golf Club in Kent

By Angela Cole

Some of golf's biggest hitters are coming to Kent next month for a seniors championship.

Legends such as three-time Senior Major winner Colin Montgomerie, Paul Lawrie, Michael Campbell, Paul McGinley and Shaun Micheel are all set to play in the Staysure PGA Seniors Championship.

The 72-hole tournament comes to the London Golf Club in Ash, near Brands Hatch from Thursday, August 1 to Sunday, August 4 - a year ahead of The Open coming to Sandwich in 2020.

Colin Montgomerie will play in the Staysure PGA Seniors Championship at The London Club Picture: Phil Inglis/Getty Images
Colin Montgomerie will play in the Staysure PGA Seniors Championship at The London Club Picture: Phil Inglis/Getty Images

And the KM Group's What's On is giving away the chance to see them play, with this week's paper.

Our prize for one lucky winner includes a custom-fitted Callaway Epic Flash driver; item of Staysure Tour clothing; two season tickets with clubhouse access for all four days of the Staysure PGA Seniors Championship and lunch for two people in the clubhouse at London Golf Club on Saturday, August 3.

Shaun Micheel will play in Kent next month
Shaun Micheel will play in Kent next month

Ten runners-up will also win a pair of one-day tickets for any day at the tournament.

To find out how to enter the competition, pick up a copy of What's On, which is inside all KM Group paid-for papers this week.

Phil Golding, last year's winner of the PGA Seniors Championship
Phil Golding, last year's winner of the PGA Seniors Championship

Admission to the tournament is £10 for any one-day tickets and £15 for season tickets. Under 16s go free, and parking is free.

To buy tickets, click here.

To find out what’s going on in the county and for all the latest entertainment news click here.

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