Luton Hoo Hotel hosts golf’s Bridgestone Challenge this weekend

PUBLISHED: 18:00 04 September 2017

The Bridgestone Challenge comes to Luton Hoo Hotel this weekend.

The Bridgestone Challenge comes to Luton Hoo Hotel this weekend.


Golf fans should head down to Luton Hoo Hotel to see the stars of the future taking to the course at a free event.

The Bridgestone Challenge takes place between September 7-10, and offers un-roped viewing access on the golf course, refreshments and activities, with plenty going on for the whole family to enjoy.

Part of the European Challenge Tour, the competition provides a stage for some of the most talented rising stars to realise their dreams and move a step closer to a European Tour card or appearance. Members of the public are invited onto the hotel’s estate to watch live golf and experience the atmosphere and thrills of this sporting occasion.

Friday is ladies’ day, with all lady spectators receiving a complimentary glass of bubbly. Saturday is family day which offers plenty of fun activities for children of all ages. In the dedicated children’s area, Bridgestone will be hosting miniature driving games and tyre-related bean bag competitions giving the little ones the opportunity to learn new skills and have fun. Finally, on the Sunday is Championship Day, which promises to bring some fantastic golf spectating opportunities.

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