Win a custom-fitted TaylorMade R1 driver by voting for your favourite in the July Shot of the Month competition.
In the seventh instalment of the 2013 season there are six fine efforts for fans of My European Tour to choose from to be in with a chance of winning a world-class driver, fitted at the TaylorMade Performance Lab at Wentworth (or another TaylorMade Performance Lab of your choice in the United Kingdom).
All you have to do is sign into My European Tour, vote for your favourite, and you could be our winner.
Shot 1: First up is a delightful approach from Northern Ireland’s Graeme McDowell en route to victory at the Alstom Open de France. Having laid up at the par five 14th during round two, McDowell very nearly holed his wedge into the green, setting up a tap-in birdie putt.
Shot 2: Would eventually finish runner-up to the aforementioned McDowell, but South African Richard Sterne had edged ahead midway through the final round at the Alstom Open de France thanks to this incredible birdie putt from off the green at the par four fifth at Le Golf National.
Shot 3: They say you need a little luck in links golf and Italy’s Francesco Molinari got just that on the first day of the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open as his approach to the par four 12th bounced kindly off the bank and ricocheted back onto the green and into the cup for an eagle two.
Shot 4: Day one was choc-full of fine play at Castle Stuart, exemplified in this contender as Thongchai Jaidee holed out from the fairway for yet another eagle at the testing par four 14th.
Shot 5: While all eyes were on Lee Westwood on the final day at The Open Championship, it was his compatriot Ian Poulter who shone early doors on the final day at Muirfield, firing a four under par 67 en route to a tied third finish. After eagling the ninth, Poulter rolled in this monster from off the green at the next.
Shot 6: When Matthew Nixon found the front portions of the last green at the M2M Russian Open, a veritable mile from the cup, he would have been fearing the dreaded three-putt. The Englishman gave it a pure roll, though, finding the cup in one for an unlikely birdie three.
So there you have it, six of the best from July, and now all you have to do is log into My European Tour and cast your vote to win.
Choose wisely, and good luck.