Choose your favourite from a bumper list of Shot of the Month contenders for May and you could win yourself a golf break at Le Golf National, Host Venue for The Ryder Cup 2018 and a European Tour Destination.
One lucky My European Tour winner, along with a guest of their choosing, will receive one nights accommodation at the Novotel Saint Quentin Golf National, including breakfast, as well as green fees for two people on the L’Albatros and L’Aigle courses.
Situated on the outskirts of Versailles, near Paris, and designed by Hubert Chesneau in association with Robert von Hagge, the Albatros course has played host to the ALSTOM Open de France for the past 11 seasons, and thanks to its stadium-style layout is sure to create an electric atmosphere when it welcomes The Ryder Cup in 2018. The couse is consistently ranked inside Europe’s top ten and was also named as the 64th best in the world in 2011 by Golf World UK. Complemented by the classical 18-hole L´Aigle (Eagle) and the nine-hole L´Oiselet (Sparrow) courses, it is a shining light in the European Tour Properties network.
Now all you have to do is pick your favourite from the nine below and you could be in with a chance of winning this latest fantastic prize.
One: Brett Rumford handled an awkward stance with aplomb during the final round of the Volvo China Open, fizzing his pitch back towards the cup to set up a birdie en route to his second win in as many weeks.
Two: Having just gone one up on Thongchai Jaidee during the final of the Volvo World Match Play Championship, eventual winner Graham McDowell extended his advantage with this fine approach at a crucial time in the match.
Three: Chile’s Mark Tullo hit a shot as beautiful as the scenery on show at the Madeira Islands Open – Portugal – BPI, holing out on the par three fourth for an eagle en route to a tie for second.
Four: The man who beat Tullo to the title in Madeira, Peter Uihlein, hit this magical putt that turned at almost right angles on its way into the hole for an unlikely birdie.
Five: Wentworth course re-designer Ernie Els showed the benefit of a little local knowledge with this sublime eagle effort at the treacherous par four eighth during the opening round of the BMW PGA Championship.
Six: China’s Liang Wen-chong had this bright spot on an otherwise gloomy Friday at Wentworth, holing out for his second eagle of the round at the par four 13th..
Seven: Matteo Manassero became the youngest winner of the BMW PGA Championship thanks to sublime birdie efforts like this from a bunker at the ninth during Sunday’s final round.
Eight: Marc Warren lost in a play-off to the aforementioned Italian at Wentworth, but it wasn’t for lack of trying, holing out for a birdie on 13 having failed to hit the green from the fairway bunker.
Nine: Already in the lead late in the third round at the Nordea Masters, Mikko Ilonen strengthened his ever tightening grasp on the title with this outrageous eagle at the par five 15th en route to a third European Tour victory just 24 hours later.
Nine of the best from May for you to choose from, so log into My European Tour and cast your vote to be in with a chance of winning our fantastic golf break at Le Golf National.
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