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London’s Best Golfer is…Liam Gallagher

9.20am 2nd November 2012 - People

l-r: Tim Ryan (Head of Sales at Pebble Beach) Liam (London’s Best Golfer) and James Day (Founder of Urban Golf)

He was best known as the former front man for one of Britain’s biggest rock bands, but now Liam Gallagher will forever be remembered as the finest golfer in London. That is, the former Oasis singer’s namesake, Liam Gallagher who has been crowned London’s Best Golfer in the inaugural tournament launched by Urban Golf.

The challenge that was laid down to all golfers inLondonwas to compete against each other on the world-famousPebbleBeachcourse, re-created as a stunning virtual golf experience on Urban Golf’s state-of-the-art simulators. With a winning score played in a final shootout over 24 holes, Liam Gallagher saw off fellow playoff finalists Tony Moss and Sam Maloney at the tournament’s fiercely contested final held at Urban Golf’s Kensington club.

In addition to claiming the accolade as the capital’s finest golfer, Gallagher also wins a once-in-a-lifetime prize trip to the Pebble Beach Resort. Staying at the Inn atSpanishBay, the prize also includes the chance to play rounds on all three of the resort’s courses – The Links atSpanishBay, Spyglass Hill andPebbleBeach.

Urban Golf is an indoor golf operator with three stunningLondonlocations offering a virtual golf experience in state-of-the-art simulators where groups or individuals of all abilities can play a round on the world’s top golf courses.

Managing Director of Urban Golf James Day said: “We have seen a huge amount of interest in the first ever competition to find London’s Best Golfer, and we very much intend for this to now become an annual fixture for London’s golfers. We saw golfers of all abilities take part and have some fun, which ultimately is what the game is all about.”

Urban Golf www.urbangolf.co.uk

       

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