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WHAT ARE THE CONTACT DETAILS OF THE EUROPEAN TOUR?

Answer:         The European Tour
Wentworth Drive
Virginia Water
Surrey GU25 4LX
England
T. +44 (0)1344 840400
F. +44 (0)1344 840500

To contact us via email, please use our contact form here.

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HOW CAN I CONTACT A PLAYER?

Answer:         Ever wondered how to contact your favourite players on the European Tour? Whether it's a question about what make of club a player uses, tips on how to start out playing golf, a simple message of good luck or congratulation, you can now email any member of the European Tour, Seniors Tour or Challenge Tour using a dedicated email address.  To contact your favourite player click here and don't forget to add the player's name in the subject field. Alternatively, you can write to them c/o the Tour office (address above) and your letter will be forwarded on.

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HOW DO I ENTER A TOURNAMENT PRO-AM?

Answer:         You will need to contact the promoter of the tournament to enquire about costs and availability of spots. Promoter details can be found in the specific event section for the tournament which is accessible from the schedule.

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WHO DO I CONTACT ABOUT WORKING FOR THE TOUR?

Answer:         You will need to send your full resume to the HR Director, at the European Tour office at Wentworth (address above) or alternatively contact us via email, attaching your resume and a covering letter, using the following email address: recruitment@europeantour.com. As the Tour receives a great number of enquiries, and vacancies are rarely available, the HR Director will keep your resume on file and will only contact you should a suitable opportunity arise.

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HOW DO I BECOME A CADDIE ON THE EUROPEAN TOUR?

Answer:         For information and to contact the European Tour Caddies Association please use the contact details below:
European Tour Caddies Association
c/o European Tour
Wentworth Drive
Virginia Water
Surrey GU25 4LX
England

 

For more information about the ETCA, please visit their website http://eurocaddies.com/

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HOW DO I FIND OUT WHO IS PLAYING IN A TOURNAMENT?

Answer:         Closing date for entries is two weeks prior to the appropriate tournament, after which the full list of entries is posted on the site. Not everyone on the entry list will get to play the event - the actual field is only finalised when the draw is made (normally Tuesday of the tournament week).

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HOW IS THE 36 HOLE CUT CALCULATED?

Answer:         On the European Tour, generally the top 65 players and ties all qualify for the final 2 rounds. On the Challenge Tour the figure is the top 60 and ties. Some Seniors Tour events don't have a cut at all, but for those that do the figure is generally the top 50 and ties.

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DOES THE TOUR HAVE ITS OWN ONLINE STORE AND LOGO MERCHANDISE FOR SALE?

Answer:         Yes. From the top navigation bar you can select Shopping and you will be taken to a landing page where you then have the option to visit our online store which is produced under License by Kitbag Ltd. Here you will find golf equipment, clothing, bags, balls and accessories and gifts and merchandise. To visit the online store click here

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CAN I USE THE PICTURES I SEE ON EUROPEANTOUR.COM?

Answer:         All pix on europeantour.com are copyright protected. You can download them for your desktop wallpaper, but no other usage is permitted.

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CAN I LISTEN TO RADIO NEWS OR PLAYER INTERVIEWS?

Answer:         Users can now listen to a regular hourly news service and end of play reports from the European Tour's current event provided by the European Tour's on-course reporter Nick Dye. Also on offer are interviews with all the major contenders and leading players in the lead up and during each round of a European Tour event and a weekly European Tour Podcast Show, presented by Robert Lee and John Hawkesworth, that looks back at both the most recently played event and the next event on the European Tour Schedule.

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CAN I SAVE MY SELECTED PLAYERS IN THE LEADERBOARD WEEK-TO-WEEK?

Answer:         You can select player(s) by clicking on the flag in the column furthest to the left next to the particular player(s) whose scores you would like to follow. Your selections will remain in the list on a week to week basis providing they are playing in the current tournament.

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HOW DO I QUALIFY TO PLAY ON THE EUROPEAN TOUR, THE EUROPEAN CHALLENGE TOUR OR THE EUROPEAN SENIOR TOUR?

Answer:         You will need to enter the respective Qualifying School, which take place in the latter part of the year. From the European Tour Qualifying School, depending on your level of success, you could earn an exemption on either the main European Tour or The European Challenge Tour. The European Senior Tour Qualifying School is a separate event. Information relating to both the Qualifying Schools each year is posted on the site as soon as it becomes available.

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