Pick your favourite effort from April and you could be off to G&CC Fleesensee, a European Tour Destination, for a stay and play break thanks to the latest Shot of the Month competition.
As part of the prize our winner will receive a green fee for two people at G&CC Fleesensee, one of the host venues of The European Tour Qualifying School First Stage, as well as two nights’ accommodation for both at the Radisson Blu Schloss Hotel at Land Fleesensee including breakfast.
All you have to do is choose your favourite shot from the seven below:
Shot One: Magnus A Carlsson got the ball rolling with a stunning eagle two during the second round of the Open de España, firing in a towering mid iron on the par four 16th that pitched ten feet short of the pin, checked up, and rolled into the bottom of the cup.
Shot Two: Morten Ørum Madsen has made a solid start to his maiden European Tour season thanks to shots like this, as he rolled in this monster effort from the back of the par three 12th during the third round at the Open de España.
Shot Three: Marc Warren headed into the final round in Spain with a two shot lead, but tied at the top and in the greenside bunker on the 16th he produced a moment of magic, splashing out and into the hole on the second bounce for an unlikely birdie and a one stroke lead.
Shot Four: Having narrowly avoided the thicker cut down the left side of the par four 18th at the Open de España, eventual champion Raphael Jacquelin fired a pin point approach at the third extra hole that rode the wind, and the firm greens, as it bounded up to four feet to set up a birdie three.
Shot Five: Just moments later, with Jacquelin looking assured of a birdie and the title, Germany’s Max Kieffer rolled an exquisitely paced putt up the slope at the front of the green and into the hole for the unlikeliest of threes to extend the play-off.
Shot Six: Marcus Fraser is known for his prowess on the greens, but it was his long game that took the spoils after this accurate effort with a fairway wood to the long par three seventh, which set up a birdie during the final round of the Ballantine’s Championship.
Shot Seven: Faced with a long iron to the par five 18th Australia’s Brett Rumford fired a towering play-off dart that fell from the heavens and rolled out to five feet to set up a tournament-winning eagle at the first extra hole.
All you have to do now is pick your favourite from the seven above and you could be off to G&CC Fleesensee, so log into My European Tour and cast your vote here.