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The British Open 2015


Ever thought of heading off to the see one of your favourite golf events like the British Open and enjoying the tactical and technical masterpiece that is golf in one of the most beautiful and famous courses in the world?

Well you are in luck because Mainline Menswear has teamed up with the classic Scottish brand Lyle and Scott, whose name draws as much prestige as the British Open itself, to give one lucky person the once in a lifetime opportunity to win two tickets to the British Open in 2015, included in the prize is two nights accommodation in the heart of Edinburgh with all train and bus transfers from the hotel right to the doorstep of St. Andrews on the famed Championship weekend.

Don’t worry if you don’t win the ultimate prize because there are also some really amazing runner up prizes for two lucky others and these two winners will be looking extremely sharp with prizes of £500 and £300 worth of clothing, for second and third respectively, from Lyle and Scott. So even though they won’t be able to experience the event in person they will look stylish wherever they do watch it.

This really isn’t a competition that any golf lover can afford to miss, because there really is no better place to experience the rawness and refinement of golf at the spiritual and historical home of the game. So why not enter for a chance to see some of your favourite golfers in action, with the likes of Rory McIlroy, Jim Furyk, Henrik Stenson and many other big names. This is also a great way to be a part of history in seeing who is crowned the 144th winner of the British Open at the Royal and Ancient course in St. Andrews.

So what are you waiting for? This is such a simple competition so there really isn’t any reason for you not to enter, all you need to do is simply leave your name, email address and mobile number on the competition page and three lucky winners will be selected at random to go into the draw to win the £1000 weekend of golf or some brand new Lyle and Scott threads totalling £800.