Six-time World Snooker Champion Steve Davis will be amongst the amateurs teeing up in the Oceânico Developments Pro-Am Challenge Pro-Am on Wednesday 30 May.
Davis, who has won more professional snooker titles than anyone to have ever played the game, is a guest of title sponsors Oceânico Developments and will tee it up as an amateur alongside one of the Challenge Tour professionals in the Pro-Am.
Although Davis hasn’t won a tournament for some years, he maintains his position in the top-16 of the World Ranking year on year. Away from the green baize, Davis has made a television career for himself as a studio analyst during the BBC extensive snooker coverage.
Also teeing it up a week on Wednesday at Marriott Worsley Park is football legend John Aldridge. The 48-year old is a former Republic of Ireland striker, who broke many goal scoring records. He is perhaps best known for his hugely productive time with Liverpool in the late 1980s and also for being the first man to have a penalty kick saved in an FA Cup Final. During his time with Liverpool he won the First Division League Championship and the FA Cup.
Entry and car parking is free to all so why not come down for the chance of seeing some of your sporting heroes in action on Wednesday 30 May.