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Matt Wallace Named Ambassador For The Belfry Hotel & Resort

11.46pm 6th January 2019 - Sponsorship

Internationally renowned The Belfry Hotel & Resort has announced four-time European Tour winner, Matt Wallace, as a brand ambassador. Wallace begins the year in the top 50 Official World Golf Rankings and will be at the forefront of campaigns for the iconic resort, voted ‘World’s Best Golf Hotel’ and ‘England’s Best Golf Course’ at the World Golf Awards 2018.

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Wallace, who has won a total of 10 titles in the last three years, announced his partnership with The Belfry as he prepares for a 2019 season that will see him play The Masters at Augusta for the first time.

Upon the announcement, Wallace commented: “It’s a real honour to be representing The Belfry and I’m proud to be associated with one of our country’s most iconic venues.  The Belfry has hosted the Ryder Cup on four occasions as well as numerous European Tour tournaments and one of my first sporting memories is Tiger Woods playing here and Phillip Price beating Phil Mickelson in 2002. The courses, hotel and all the facilities are first class, so I am looking forward to our partnership and an exciting year.”

Resort Director at The Belfry, James Stewart, said: “It’s fantastic to be able to name Matt Wallace as our ambassador. Matt’s rise over the last three years has been remarkable and we’re delighted to be part of what is sure to be a bright future.  The Belfry continues to go from strength to strength and we’re thrilled to be working with Matt and wish him the very best of luck this year. “

The Belfry Hotel & Resort is also represented by the England cricketer Stuart Broad.

The Belfry Hotel & Resort www.thebelfry.com

       

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