We were invited to attend the prestigious event and my husband was more than happy to take advantage of the opportunity. He along with a friend of his attended on 24th May and thoroughly enjoyed their experience at the European Tour's flagship event.
Wentworth is one of the finest courses in the world and the European Tour attracts a world class field, with many of the 2014 Ryder Cup team in attendance. Off the golf course there was also the Championship Village to enjoy, with a large selection of food and beverages to choose from in addition to some retail therapy opportunities at the BMW Lifestyle store or one of the other 20+ exhibitor units including Hugo Boss, and Lindt chocolate - there is even childcare available on site at the BMW Crèche.
An unmissable experience is the 61-ft Mega Putt Challenge for the official Charity of the 2015 BMW PGA Championship, Teenage Cancer Trust. The charity relies on donations to fund its vital work improving the quality of life and chances of survival for young people with cancer aged 13 to 24. Teenage Cancer Trust funds and builds specialist units in NHS hospitals, bringing young people together to enable them to be treated by teenage cancer specialists in the best place for them, and the charity benefited exclusively from fundraising at Wentworth during the week, including donations from Official Programme sales. To find out more or get involved visit www.teenagecancertrust.org.
The Mister & his friend followed Justin Rose's progress around the course, on what was fortunately a beautifully sunny day which meant they could fully appreciate the Wentworth course and grounds. My husband came home with aching feet and a touch of sunburn, but he had enjoyed an exciting day of world class championship golf.
We were given complimentary passes to attend this event. All views and opinions are my own.