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Wednesday, 04 May 2005
The BMW Championship is pleased to provide a service in conjunction with Event Mobility, a registered charitable trust established in 1999 with the aim and objective of "Providing a facility to assist the Disabled, Elderly and Mobility Impaired achieve easier access to countryside events".

The service will provide a number of electric scooters which can be used by the elderly or disabled for a day of golf watching. Appreciating that a lack of mobility prohibits both the disabled and elderly from participating fully in watching all aspects of the golf, we hope that this service will enhance your enjoyment of a visit to the BMW Championship.

The facility will be located in the tented village with attendants on hand to show you how to use the vehicles. You will also be given an Event Mobility Guide, with a map of the course highlighting amenities and indicating the best route to follow on your scooter.

The service is endorsed by victorious Ryder Cup Captain, Bernhard Langer and former European Tour player David Ingram, who has suffered from impaired mobility for a number of years.

We strongly suggest you reserve your scooter in advance, as there is no guarantee of availability on the day. A donation of £25 direct to Event Mobility is requested for the loan of a scooter. However please note this also includes your admission ticket to the course for the day of the hire.

For bookings and further information, please visit Event Mobility for a reservation form.

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